Skip to content
Central Coast

Central Coast

Health Saftey

Belize is welcoming travelers again, with a Tourism Gold Standard program in place designed to keep you safe and recognized as one of the top in the world. See our Health & Safety page for up-to-date details related to COVID-19 vaccinations, testing requirements and everything else you need to know in order to have the Belize vacation of your dreams.

LEARN MORE
safe travels

Get a little bit of everything through the Central Coast.

Central Coast

Home to the howler monkeys and many rare bird species, Central Belize is perfect for travelers looking to get into all things Belize.

Within the Central Coast you’ll discover a little bit of everything: ancient Maya monuments, British history, cultural diversity and nature. Get an insight into Belize’s rich cultural past which continues to have present-day influences. Take up the hiking challenge at Altun Ha (Maya site) where becoming a birder is inevitable thanks to our colorful feathered residents. Enjoy the Belize City tours which reveal intact colonial architectures of the past and the predominant Creole “Kriol” culture of today. While you’re here, learn the local “Kriol” (a broken English dialect). Journey to the country’s past capital “Belmopan,” where the open roads lead to endless wildlife and natural wonders befitting for adventur seekers.

EXPLORE

  • The magic of Gallon Jug Estate

    Deep in the jungles of Northwest Belize lies an incredibly wildlife-rich ecosystem home to the Gallon Jug Estate. At the...

    READ MORE
  • Why you should visit Belize during shoulder season

    We often say there’s no bad time to visit Belize, and with good reason. With having only two seasons –...

    READ MORE
  • Ziplining iin Belize

    Belize unveils new “Grab Life” marketing campaign

    Belize is one of the few places that offers a smorgasbord of experiences that range extremes. From palm-studded beaches to...

    READ MORE
  • Victoria Peak

    Thinking of hiking the famous Victoria Peak? Here’s how to do it

    Despite being the second highest elevation (approx. 3,670 ft/ 1,120 m)in Belize whose summit is many mountain climbers’ holy grail,...

    READ MORE
  • Why Belize is perfect for Slow Travel

    In 2018, “last chance” tourism was a trending term when it came to the travel industry, a new wave of...

    READ MORE

FOLLOW ALONG ON THE ADVENTURE