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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 … Continue reading Cayo

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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 … Continue reading Western Belize

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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 … Continue reading Belize City

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Central Belize

Central Belize — Come and see up close the awe-striking home of the howler monkeys and many rare bird species. Central Belize offers unique and amazing experiences for adventurous families seeking wildlife activities. Bird watches often flock to the Altun Ha Maya temples, while families find that the region offers both adventure and unique cultural … Continue reading Central Belize

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Orange Walk Town

Orange Walk Town: this area’s main town (Orange Walk) reveals a mix of cultures, and has some 15,000 residents. Stop at one of the many quaint cafes and gain a rare glimpse into the everyday life of northern Belizeans. For a closer look at the district’s history, culture and industry, the Banquitas House of Culture … Continue reading Orange Walk Town

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Orange Walk

Orange Walk: Tangled water lilies line the banks of the New River, once a major waterway for the ancient Maya. Nowadays, visitors can take in its lush paradise of wildlife and scenery. With the sweet smell of sugarcane in this district’s air, curious adventure seekers often wonder: “Where are the Maya temples?” A cursory look … Continue reading Orange Walk

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Corozal Town

Corozal Town: Corozal Town, the northernmost urban center in Belize, is a scenic and peaceful town which faces Corozal Bay. Located 85 miles northwest of Belize City and only 10 miles from the Mexican border, the town has a population of about 10,000. Charming resorts, comfortable homes and shady parks overlook its inviting waters. European … Continue reading Corozal Town

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Corozal

Corozal: Perched on the northern border with Mexico, the picturesque Corozal district blends Mestizo, Maya and Mexican flavors with the allure of a serene haven away from the busier tourist track – a joy for many, both adventure travelers and beach-centric tourists. Experience a genuine surrounding in an intimate way, and take an up-close view … Continue reading Corozal

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Northern Belize

Northern Belize — Winding through a veritable paradise, the New River – an ancient Maya waterway – showcases the wildlife and beautiful scenery of Northern Belize. When you visit this region in Belize, see how the sugar cane fields line the highway that lead you to explore remnants of Maya heritage. Mystical temples and mysterious … Continue reading Northern Belize