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Belize Travel Notice – COVID-19
Belize Guide to Cultural Tours & Activities
Belize Guide to Cultural Tours & Activities

If you have any interest in exploring the culture of another country, Belize is a strong contender. Despite being the second-smallest country within Central America, Belize is the home to Creoles, Mestizos, Maya, Garifuna, East Indians, German Mennonites, Lebanese, Chinese,

English-speaking Belize offers you an easier starting point than Spanish-speaking Guatemala. Those who wish to see the ancient ruins of Tikal can book a day trip from the town of San Ignacio in western Belize. Many travelers enjoy the convenience and comfort of the lodgings in San Ignacio, such as at the...
If COVID put a dent in your favorite corporate activities, you’re likely overjoyed by a return to normal that may not be perfect, but it allows for the reinstatement of business traditions. One of the most popular is off-site retreats that give staffers opportunities to interact with each other on a more...
Journalists at Slate.com felt less than enthusiastic about the month of August when they wrote “August: Let’s Get Rid of It,” a post that wound up in the publication’s archives! Citing reasons to remove August from calendars, editors agreed that August stands out for one major reason: It’s the only month that has no holiday on the books, so it’s up to travelers to make good use of August.
There is no shortage of fun activities available to Belize visitors, but some are so daring, that you can’t take the kids! Zip lining over jungle canopies makes for heart-stopping excitement as does repelling down waterfalls or being lowered by rope into deep caves, but let’s say you’re a typical tourist and...
Did you know that the tiny nation of Belize happens to be a cultural epicenter? It’s true. Belize is the central point of culture for the ancient Maya; indeed, the Maya presence in Belize has been traced as far back as 1500 BCE and hit its zenith between the 3rd and 9th...
Belize is a tropical wonderland for any vacationer looking to get their heart pumping and their adrenaline flowing. One of the literally fastest ways to get that surge of energy would be ziplining. Put simply, ziplining is as close as we humans have come up with to experiencing the sense of flying through...
Vacations can be a great experience for the whole family, especially when you choose to travel abroad. However, with so many possible destinations, it can be difficult to choose. If you are considering going to the Caribbean, Belize is where you should go, and here’s why. Belize Is Safe When you are...
Exploring Belize’s fascinating cave systems is a popular activity for visitors to the country, but one cave tour, in particular, stands above the rest and offers a unique, amazing experience. The Actun Tunichil Muknal (or ATM) Cave is one of the most fascinating and culturally significant caves in the entire country. You...
Mountain Pine Ridge is one of the most beautiful nature preserves within Belize, but many people never saw it thanks to the fact that it was tucked away from major roads. But the path to Mountain Pine Ridge has now been fixed and paved, and it’s more accessible than ever. That’s a...
Belize is quickly becoming the de facto travel destination for those in the know, and San Ignacio Town continues to be the Caribbean nation’s best-kept secret. Nestled at the entrance to Belize’s wild and untamed Cayo District, it’s an ideal base camp for adventure — but it still maintains a distinct and...