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Incredible Belize

No ordinary destination. When we found Belize, we found everything we could ever want in an adventure travel destination. We can’t wait to share it with you.

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About Belize & Her People

The only English speaking nation in Central America, Belize nestles between Mexico and Guatemala, and its 350,000 residents are a super friendly and dynamic blend of Creole, Garifuna, Mestizo, Maya, Mennonites, and Europeans. 

Exotic music, ethnically diverse food, colourful influences, and a cool vibe don’t get lost in translation, but a shared common language fast-tracks deeper exchange, making every interaction richer.  More...

Out to Sea

Offshore, the pristine 165 mile Belize Barrier Reef System, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the longest barrier reef in the Western hemisphere. It enfolds seven marine protected areas and atolls under its umbrella - islands, shallow water flats, mangrove ranges, coral reefs.

Hundreds of tiny cayes (“keys”, as Belizeans call their islands) and miles of unexplored beaches offer world-class diving, snorkeling and fishing. 

And it’s all within paddling distance. More...

Venture Inland

Inland, the largest remaining tracts of undisturbed rainforest in all of Central America are a treasure-house of mystery, living indigenous cultures and 4000 year old lost Mayan cities, and of biodiversity, where jaguars roam wild, harpy eagles live, and scarlet macaws, toucans, trogons, orependolas, howler and spider monkey are regular encounters. 

In a place where rare orchids bloom for only a few hours each year, wonder is rekindled in every passing moment. More...

Where is Belize?

Belize has an area of approximately 9,000 square miles, bordered by Mexico to the north, Guatemala to the west and south, and the Caribbean Sea to the east.  Belize has the second longest barrier reef in the world (165 miles long). The land is flat at the coast and rises to 3,600 feet inland at the height of the Maya Mountains. Jungle and rainforest cover the central and southern regions with predominantly dry pine savannah, Caribbean pine forests, and extensive wetlands in the north and west. More...

Belize Fact Sheet

Useful Information on Belize. More...