While Belize is widely known as a romantic getaway destination for weddings and honeymoons, it also has a lot to offer for solo travelers. Located just a short flight away from the United States or Canada, Belize is a tropical paradise where you can enjoy hiking through tropical jungles, scuba diving on the Northern Hemisphere’s largest reef, and exploring mysterious ancient Maya cities
Although Belize certainly looks and feels like an exotic vacation destination for spring break, it's actually just a few short hours' flying time from the United States thanks to a bevy of affordable non-stop options from leading airlines like American, Southwest, United, and Delta. Whether your idea of the perfect spring break is enjoying the nightlife on a gorgeous tropical island or getting lots of fresh air and sunshine as you explore a pristine jungle, there is truly something for everyone in Belize.
Just a short distance from the United States, Belize is rapidly becoming one of the hottest travel destinations in the region. Here are 7 powerful reasons why people love traveling to Belize:
Millions of people around the world got a chance to see Belize last Sunday when the Discovery Channel broadcast a historic live two-hour show from the bottom of the Blue Hole of Belize. The world’s largest sinkhole, the Blue Hole of Belize is one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks, a vast flooded cave located
Lonely Planet, publisher of some of the most popular and well-read travel guides for more than 40 years, has just released their selections for the top 10 countries to visit in 2019. Earning high marks for its pristine nature and stunning vistas, Belize was extolled for being “relatively untouristed, safe, and tantalizingly easy to reach,”
Belize Jungle and Sea Vacations Belize is a largely rural country with vast landscapes of pristine nature, including rainforests, jungles, savannahs, wetlands, mountains, and beautiful beaches. Belize also has hundreds of offshore islands in the Caribbean along the world’s second-largest coral reef system. And because Belize measures just 70 miles wide by 120 miles long,
With more than 400 offshore Caribbean islands located along the Belize Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, there’s no better place to enjoy some sailing than Belize. Whether you’re an experienced sailor or a lifelong landlubber, sailing vacations are rapidly becoming popular with families, adventure travelers, and couples. Here are
An article published on April 20, 2017, in the Economic Times lavished high praise on the country of Belize, recommending it as a top destination that is "brimming with a rich variety of experiences that are waiting to be explored." The Economic Times, a subsidiary of India's largest English-language daily newspaper, the Times of India, published a travel section that recommends interesting places to visit for its readers.
With its abundance of golden sunshine, fantastic weather, and hundreds of miles of coastline along the Caribbean, it's no surprise that one of the most iconic attractions in Belize is its many picturesque tropical islands. But Belize has far more to offer than sea and sand; the country is home to enormous nature preserves, pristine jungles, labyrinthine caves, rainforests teeming with life, and some of the most impressive ancient Maya ruins ever discovered.
U.S. News & World Report, one of America's most prestigious publications and perhaps best known for its popular rankings articles, has just listed Belize as the number one destination in the world for an affordable winter vacation.