It may be the only English-speaking country in Central America, but its unique surprises don’t end there. Belize all-inclusive vacations provide unending adventures.
You’re only limited by what you’re willing to find.
The varied landscape of Belize is only rivaled by its diverse culture. This helps make it one of the most intriguing countries in Central America. From the moment you first fly into Belize City, the unique flair of the country surrounds your plane with urban excitement. With shopping, zoos, bars and restaurants, the city’s energy spills over as you venture out into its tropical wilderness. This expansive, natural terrain lends itself to adventures like tubing through caves, diving into barrier reefs and hiking around ancient Mayan ruins. The exotic diversity of Belize is on display from its unique jaguar preserves to the more than 400 tropical islands. All you have to do is become a part of it.
This busy port city of Belize is home to the largest hotels and conference facilitates in the country, and its restaurants, bars and vibrant nightlife represent the diverse culture of Belize. With colonial architecture, endless shopping and exquisite dining, the immense depth of this exciting city can fill your entire stay with adventure.
Visitors can easily schedule exciting day trips outside the city like an archaeological tour or jungle river cruise.
The Island Ambergris Caye
Ambergris Caye is a quaint island located just 36 miles off the coast of the mainland. The streets are paved with cobblestone and don’t allow for a single car. This makes your journey to the island a unique trip back in time, full of bicycles, shopping, restaurants and other local surprises. Plus, the waters nearby supply some of the best diving sites around, including the barrier reef and the Great Blue Hole.
The Great Blue Hole is a giant underwater sink hole that is over 984 feet across and 407 feet deep.
This barefoot paradise includes long, walkable beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see. It’s over 16 miles of golden sand and water activities like snorkeling and scuba diving. Between the pristine beaches, adorable Kriol fishing villages, local seafood delicacies and fine dining, it’s hard to find a better place to relax or have fun.
The Placencia Peninsula is home to the smallest street in the world, which makes for a great photo op.
Western Belize is the ideal destination to explore Mayan temples. With walking tours guided by the decedents themselves, the ancient Mayan architecture will be brought to life. After, you can always go spelunking through nearby caves or enjoy drinks and authentic conversation with locals on Burns Avenue.
One of the best Barbeque places around is Rodriguez BBQ in nearby Santa Elena.
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