We are thrilled to introduce a new Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Belize vacation! Elevate your stand up paddling skills to an exciting new level with accomplished coach, SUP instructor and expedition paddler, Norm Hann on our Glover's SUP Adventure and Skills Camp. On this special trip departure, the focus will be on SUP skills.
Last March, we were delighted to have travel writer Guy Nicholson, from The Globe and Mail join us at our Glover's Reef Basecamp on Southwest Caye.
We wanted to share this article about his adventures stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, sailing, snorkelling, conch diving, hand-line fishing and of course some "hammock surfing".
The rainforests of Belize are some of the most pristine and secluded in the world and are home to an astonishingly varied mix of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects and birds. Tropical rainforests cover only 7% of the planet, yet harbour over 50% of the earth's species and are considered the oldest intact ecosystems on earth. Visit the untouched, remote rainforests of Belize's Deep South, or explore the easily accessible Mayflower Bocawina National Park.
Belize is well known as a winter vacation destination. It’s also one of the best Central American countries to visit year-round including the fall. During the fall, you can expect rain showers, especially in the early morning and at night, but most days are sunny with warm temperatures. Daytime highs average of around 84°F (29°C) and lows of 75°F (24°C). This fall, forget about the chilly air and enjoy affordable prices on the ultimate Belize autumn getaway.
Regardless of the time of year, you are visiting Belize, you should make sure you pack the following in addition to your usual travel essentials.
Here are our top 10 packing list items to help you remember everything you need to bring to fully enjoy exploring beautiful Belize: