Go With the Flow
For the kayaking enthusiast or the first-time paddler, Belize offers a wide range of freshwater and saltwater kayaking adventures.
Dive Right In
There’s a dive site for everyone here in Belize. With crystal-clear water and geological wonders, who wouldn’t want to jump right in?
A Look Into the Past
Wherever you find yourself in Belize, our rich ancestry is there. Explore the largest concentration of Maya temples in the region and possibly discover new ones.
Catch of the Year
Grab your nets, fishermen. We practice sustainable fishing here in Belize and welcome anglers who do, too. Come fish our fresh and salty waters in search of tarpon, bonefish and permit.
Hit the Hidden Trails
Beach not for you? Our hundreds of miles of hiking trails and hidden pine forests will keep you on your toes with adventure, wildlife and amazing views around every corner.
The Belize Barrier Reef
Just off the coast of Belize is more than 185 miles of barrier reef—the largest in the Northern Hemisphere. Come say hello to fascinating species of aquatic life in their world-famous underwater habitat.
From Cerros in the north to the stone walls of Lubaantun in the south, Belize is truly the heart of this mysterious and once great culture.
One of the best reasons to visit is the friends you can meet here. The people of Belize are warm, welcoming and happy to share their rich heritage.
Put these sites on your list, you won't regret it.
Located at Turneffe Atoll’s southernmost tip, the "Elbow" is considered an advanced diver’s hotspot with large groups of eagle rays frequenting the area. With depths of 60 feet to 100 feet, this wall...
One of Belize’s best ancient Maya temples, Caracol is deep in the heart of the Chiquibul Forest Reserve of the Maya Mountains in the Cayo District.
Covering an area of nearly 25,000 acres, this site...
Community Baboon Sanctuary
The Community Baboon Sanctuary spans 20 miles and is home to over a thousand howler monkeys, birds and other mammals. The sanctuary was started by a group of local farmers in 1985 to protect the...
Your curated guide to Belize
(Re)-Discovering the Deep Blue
Just when you think the Great Blue Hole could not instill any more fascination, ocean explorers are determined to find what lies at the very bottom this fall. You know it from the travel brochures,...
Why it's OK to Visit the Same Place Twice
For the fellow globe-trotter, gleefully crossing off countries from that coveted list is what keeps their wanderlust footprints going. However, there is a certain comfort and extra thrill by visiting...
What's Forest Bathing? | Embracing the Belize Rainforest
Early this year articles popped up everywhere about an intriguing Japanese concept known as forest bathing. But what exactly is it? Shinrin-yoku, shinrin meaning “forest” and yoku meaning “bath,” is...
International Costa Maya Festival 2018
By now Belize is known for its umpteen festivals – food, culture, you name it – and the International Costa Maya Festival is no doubt the highlight of the country’s “La Isla Bonita.” Otherwise known...
Taste of Belize 2018 features best of Belizean Cuisine
Belize continues to thrive in the culinary scene and those dabbing in the art of gastronomy are now able to witness up front nouvelle Belizean cuisine. Taste of Belize, held every two years, is a...
Placencia Lobster Fest reels in the masses
For 18 savory years, the not-so-lowly lobster has graced our palates in extravagant ways at every annual Lobster Fest held in Placencia. Spanning three days, this food festival has only grown over the...