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Altun Ha Archaeological Site

Altun Ha Archaeological Site (Rockstone Pond Village – a half-hour drive (31 miles) north of Belize City,) – this is Belize’s second most visited archaeological site, which takes up 44 acres. The most significant structure in this area is the Sun God Temple (a.k.a. Temple of the Masonry Altars). Another major structure within this area […]

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Punta Gorda Town

Punta Gorda Town: Awaiting you at the end of the paved Southern Highway, coastal Punta Gorda is the treasure of Toledo. Streets are peppered with colorful markets selling local produce and vendors marketing household goods. Blending local culture with frequent passers-by on their way to Honduras and Guatemala is said to give Punta Gorda its […]

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Toledo District

Toledo District: With nearly 1,700 square miles, this Belize destination speeds the adrenaline rush for veteran eco-tourists. Those who appreciate cultural diversity will embrace this District for its traditional Mopan, Maya and Ketchi farmers, along with a large East Indian population. This area appeals to travelers seeking an “off-the-beaten-path” adventure. History buffs will marvel at […]

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Placencia

Placencia: visitors enjoy Placencia Peninsula for its sun-kissed sand and laidback vibe. All beach vacations here are politely governed by one unwritten rule: “stress” is not allowed. Placencia gives visitors an opportunity to become one with the only golden-sand beaches and unspoiled beauty on mainland Belize. Along this coast, travelers embrace the charm of a […]

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Hopkins

Hopkins: at this laidback, sleepy town, there are distinctive accommodations such as tree houses and grass-roofed villas throughout the area. This destination is also ideal for day adventure honeymoons and family activities like kayaking, windsurfing, diving, snorkeling, sailing or biking. Others are simply content relaxing beside freshwater pools or along the unspoiled beach that lines […]

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Stann Creek

Stann Creek: Explore Stann Creek’s rich blend of culture and unique adventure. Awe-inspiring views of the majestic Maya Mountains and golden sand beaches mark this district – a perfect blend for you, whether you are an adventure traveler, a family tourist, a honeymoon couple or a beach vacationer. For animal & nature lovers, there’s the […]

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Southern Belize

Southern Belize – with its golden sand beaches, the country’s most prominent rainforest and the country’s largest marine reserve destination, Southern Belize is still home to Garifuna, Mopan and Ketchi Maya natives. You can see one of the world’s only jaguar reserves, hear the Garifuna drums and sample tasty handmade Mayan chocolate.

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Cayo

  Cayo: this place is full of winding rivers, majestic waterfalls, mysterious caves and breath-taking mountains that engulf a tiny national capital and grand Maya cities. With surroundings so intimate, you can be one with all these genuine experiences. Explore the largest district in Belize (home of the capital city of Belmopan), and you will […]

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Western Belize

  Western Belize – this part of the country has the twin towns of Santa Elena and San Ignacio, which are part of the Cayo District. This region’s population is a mix of Mestizos and Mennonites of German origins. There are lush forests, unexplored caves and majestic waterfalls. The nation’s capital, Belmopan, along with several […]

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Belize City

Belize City: Belize City is melting pot of ethnicities and acts as the country’s cultural and business center, as well as being a gateway for cruise passengers to the country’s endless offering of unique adventures. A tourist destination in itself, Belize City, a port city, offers a combination of cultural and historical centers, colonial architecture […]