It’s the coast with the most.
The Southeast Coast is a blend of culture and nature-based adventures.
From the remarkable Maya Mountain Massif views to the golden sandy beaches, Placencia, Hopkins and Dangriga are a true fisherman’s village with strong cultural pride. These eco-tourist regions feature exceptional natural amenities, a signature of pristine Belize.
Plan to spend a few days in these areas, the list of must-stops on the picturesque Hummingbird Highway are countless. Visit the world’s only jaguar preserve “Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary”, or explore National Parks, such as: Mayflower Bocawina and the St. Herman’s Blue Hole.
Water activities are among the best, enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, diving, saltwater fly-fishing, whale shark watching and just about any other “ing” that takes place in the water.