Belize

Chuck Taylor

A mere two-hour flight from Miami, Belize is an exotic, nature-lover’s paradise right in the middle of the Caribbean. Forty percent of the country is protected, set aside as natural reserves, sanctuaries or parks, making Belize the hands-on answer for those craving a little action with their vacation. Mayan temples, tropical forests, intricate cave systems and tremendous birdwatching await. With the largest coral reef in the Western Hemisphere, (second in the world only to the Great Barrier) snorkeling and diving are top-notch. Discover the origins of punta rock in the gritty coastal town of Dangriga, whose name means “sweet water” in Garifuna. Practice innovative ecotourism like the locals by staying in one of the many solar-powered beach resorts strewn along the coast. English is the official language of Belize, so be sure to chat up as many locals as you can. Belizeans are inherently friendly people, anxious to share both the stunning beauty of their country as well as their devotion to preserving it.


Top Destinations in Belize

Ambergris Caye

Belize City

Belmopan

Benque Viejo del Carmen

Blackbird Caye

Caye Caulker

Consejo Village

Corozal Town

Cristo Rey Village

Dangriga

Gallon Jug
Hopkins Village and Sittee River Village

Indian Church Village

Maskall Village

Maya Beach

Mountain Pine Ridge and Caracol

Outer Atolls

Placencia

Punta Gorda

Rio Bravo Conservation Area

San Ignacio

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