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Belize

Travel And Visit Belize

Can you believe that Belize is one of the most underrated countries in the world?. With so many places to visit, stunning landscapes and wonderful beaches, your visit to Belize will be amazing for sure.

Belize people is amazingly heartwarming and friendly. There are s ton of stuff to do in Belize from beach jumping to snorkeling and biking. You’ll never get out of adventures in Belize.

Find out the most family friendly hotels, restaurants and attractions in Belize. Including Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, Cayo District, Hopkins Village and Placencia. Visit Belize! You’ll love it

Interesting And Fun Facts About Belize – Welcome to the Caribbean!

Belize is the smallest of all the Central American countries but don’t let it fool you because there are lots of fun facts about Belize, miles of beach, Mayan archaeological sites (Caracol, Xunantunich, and Lamanai), rain forests, lots of animal species and culture with a very noticeable British influence. It is also a relaxed place […]

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Ambergris Caye Snorkeling Tours, Belize – Photo Essay

Our private tour man awaits us for the snorkel day with fish and sharks. We headed to Hol Chan Marine Reserve where some of the best snorkeling near Ambergris Caye can be experienced. These are my gorgeous captains. I’ll be on boat with them any day. These were the not-so-friendly fish part of our trip. […]

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Where Is The Best Place To Stay In Belize?

Belize might look like a tiny country, but don’t let its size fool you. It has tons of great places to visit, fun things to do and amazing hotels, so you might be wondering what to visit? and where to stay in Belize? This is also the only Central American country where English is the […]

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Easy Living in Hopkins Village, Belize – Photo Essay

Hopkins Village is one of the only true villages left with the Garifuna culture as the main culture of the town. All is located along the beach, and finding the restaurants and other cool things to do is part of the fun here. Hopkins village, Belize Chilling and learning how to play drums with the […]

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Where to Find the Tastier Traditional Food In Belize?

Belize, as of right now, is probably our favorite country. The beautiful weather, beaches, and people make it a place where I would consider moving to. However, the most fun we had was eating Local Belize Food at the tons of food stands that are as varied in food as they are in character. We […]

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Caribbean Breezes and Belikin Beer, Belize

Belize is one of our favorite countries in Central America. What to do in Belize? Hang on the beach, snorkel, and sunbath. Belikin beer Belize How about a cool beer to cool yourself off. Belikin Beer is the Belizean beer of choice and definitely, a must-have – even just once- to enjoy the sunsets and […]

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7 Family Friendly Top Activities To Do In Belize

As tiny as it may be, this country is so varied in terrain and activities that you can spend weeks here and never tire of all the top things to do in Belize! 7 Activities To Do In Belize 1. Snorkeling – Belize is surrounded by the second largest barrier reef in the world. The […]

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Belizean Cove Estates – The Perfect Vacation Rental in Belize

When traveling rarely do you have the right combination of Perfection. So when you get it, you want to hold on to it forever. That is just what I found in Ambergris Caye while looking for a vacation rental in Belize. Vacation Rental in Belize What makes a perfect Vacation Rental in Belize? Views of […]

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Laru Beya Resort in Placencia Belize – Luxury Hotel Review

Our absolute most favorite place while visiting Belize in the main mainland area was Placencia. This tiny village at the tip of the peninsula is known for two amazing things: 1. The Longest Beaches in Belize 2. The longest and narrowest main street in the world (it even made it to the Guinness World Book […]

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Glamping in Belize – Macal River Camp Hotel Review

When I originally made reservations for our lodging in Belize, in Chaa Creek specifically, I chose to stay at Macal River Camp for our whole stay. Knowing my kids, they would absolutely love camping and roughing it (to some degree). However, after a lot of communication with Lorenzo from Chaa Creek, we decided to spend […]

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Biking on Caye Caulker – The Only True Way to See the Island – Photo Essay

Caye Caulker is a two-mile island off of Belize City and without a doubt one of the most beautiful places my family and I have ever visited. We are so in love with it, that we want to move there, even for a short period of time. Aside the laid back lifestyle and gorgeous Caribbean […]

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Quick Travel Guide To Belize: Main Travel Destination in Belize

Belize is the smallest of all the Central American countries. Here you will find Mayan archaeological sites, rain forests, lots of animal species, unique culture with a deeply noticeable British influence, and beautiful beaches. This is the only country in Central America where the official language is English. Travel Guide to Belize – Areas to […]

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Vacation Rental in Belize – Hopkins Village

Belize is never-ending with places to visit and see. At first glance, the country looks so tiny, but – Oh My God! – there is simply so much to do and see. Our first coastal stop was Hopkins Village. I’ve heard so much about this undeveloped, and untouched gem, that I had to see it […]

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Beaches and Dreams – Beach Front Restaurant and Cabins

What do you do while watching sunsets and sipping on tropical drinks, in a beach front restaurant, as you vacation in Belize? You eat, and eat well! We stayed in Hopkins Village and had a chance to truly explore the area. Basically, it’s split up into two areas. One is close to the town, where […]

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Caye Reef Hotel Family Review – Caye Caulker, Belize

“I wish I could have stayed here forever” Traveling has become almost a norm for my family and I. It’s true, I’m the one pushing everyone either in the car or plane, but when we get to the different locations we’re all equally excited about it. Needless to say, we have seen and done a […]

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Building a Luxury Eco Lodge From the Ground Up – Chaa Creek

Belize, one of the tiniest countries in Central America, has so much to offer that it’s hard to decide where to start. I did lots and lots of research, and finally decided to start in San Ignacio which is in the Cayo District and best known for it’s jungles, caves and Maya ruins! But the […]

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