In fact, the main mode of transportation is by foot (or bicycle). Oh the places you can go. With everything from bird watching to checking out local shops and getting fresh seafood in the restaurants, there’s a lot going on. And that’s just on land. Caye Caulker is also home to some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the area, as well as wind surfing, manatee tours and amazing fishing. With all these things to do, you may need some time to relax. Thankfully, we have a beach, too.
Don't just see the wonder of Belize, Experience it.
Take to the seas, solo or with friends.
Look down on the clear waters to see the reefs, fish, rays and sea turtles. Overhead there are migratory birds and sunshine for days. By the way, pack some sun screen.
Coastal and island resorts...
Travelers, mount up.
In fact, some of our most beautiful places can only be accessed on foot or hoof.
Horseback riding tours can be arranged through many resorts or tour operators. Popular tours travel through the jungles...
The open trail is waiting for you.
As intimidating as some of our trails may look on a map, don’t worry. Most are designed in loops so you easily return to your starting point. Some trails are self-guided, some require the expertise of...
Put these sites on your list, you won't regret it.
Las Banquitas House of Culture
Located in the heart of Orange Walk Town, on Main Street, Las Banquitas House of Culture offers a unique historical collection depicting the evolution of northern Belize. From the ancient Maya...
George Price Center
Want to learn about our founding father? Head to the George Price Center for Peace and Development to explore how Belize became Belize. It has a museum, library and cultural center.
Boat up the New River from Orange Walk to the Lamanai Maya temples. On your boat ride, in addition to some amazing scenery, you’ll see wildlife like snail kites, jacana, morelet’s crocodile and...
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