Belize, a small country in Central America bordering Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean Sea, offers some of the most breath-taking scenery in the region including tropical forests, beautiful Caribbean Sea shoreline, a massive barrier reef & Mayan ruins.
Belize’s barrier reef, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996, draws in scuba and snorkelling enthusiasts from around the world, since it has more than 100 types of coral and some 500 species of tropical fish. Belize is also home to one of the world’s most mysterious civilizations – the ancient Maya, whose temples, towns and cities can be explored in the Cayo District. Those more interested in beach holidays can visit Belize District with its two beautiful tourist islands - Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker.
Being a haven for wildlife, in Belize you can spot black howler monkeys, the elusive jaguar and puma, as well as many brightly coloured birds, such as the keel-billed toucan, collared aracari and blue-crowned motmot.
If you are looking for adventure and beautiful nature, Belize is the place to be!
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When is the best time to visit Belize?
The high season and best time to visit Belize is from late November to mid-April, during the dry season. The low season runs from mid-May to early November.
What wildlife will I see in Belize?
In Belize you can spot a vast variety of wildlife. Most popular and known animals are jaguars, manatees, ocelots, howler monkeys, macaws and sea turtles. In addition, Belize is home to over 150 species of mammals, approximately 550 birds, over 500 species of fish and 150 species of amphibians and reptiles.
What power adaptor plug do I need in Belize?
In Belize the standard voltage is 110/220 V. The standard frequency is 60 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type B / G.
Is it safe to travel in Belize?
The level of violent crime throughout Belize is quite high and some risks to your security occur when travelling to Belize. It is advised to be alert at all times. Nowadays Belize is a growing tourist destination and the government makes sure that measures are taken to make people feel secure with the help of police in towns, cities and tourist destinations.
Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.
Some of the main AttractionsBrowse All Tours
Explore the multicultural spirit of Belize City, which is the largest city in the country and a political and commercial hub. It is home to easy-going social people and has an interesting history, vibrant culture and great sports.Features In This Tour
Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker
Explore on foot, sail the Caribbean, scuba dive and snorkel the Barrier Reef off these beautiful islands. Enjoy the stunning Barrier Reef, fresh seafood and turquoise waters. Relax, enjoy the breeze and escape the bustle of daily life.Features In This Tour
San Ignacio, Xunantunich, Barton Creek Cave
Nearly two-thirds of the western district is in national parks and forest reserves, creating an attractive place for outdoor lovers. The district is covered with jungle, waterfalls, azure pools and Maya ruins, the most popular being Xunantunich.Features In This Tour
Great Blue Hole
The Great Blue Hole is a part of the Belize Barrier reef, it's a giant marine sinkhole. The hole is circular in shape, 318 m across and 124 m deep. You can snorkel, dive or take a scenic overflight over the Great Blue Hole.Features In This Tour
An ancient Maya archaeological in the Cayo District, Caracol is the largest Mayan site in Belize. Once it had an estimated population of about 150,000, more than twice as many people as Belize City has today.Features In This Tour
Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary
A 200 sq mile sanctuary in Belize that was put aside for the protection of the jaguar, now also know as the Jaguar Reserve. Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to all five of Belize’s cats: Jaguar, Puma, Margay, Jaguarundi, and Ocelot.Contact Us