- 1Belize24 reviews
English-speaking country in central America with a barrier reef second only to Australia's. Small town of San Pedro Caye is fairly quaint and has everything from individual houses, to cozy condos and happening resorts. Great diving.
- 2Belize30 reviews
OK, it's mostly a big city, but it's the place to go to get transport to the cayes/keys. Much more interesting than Belmopan.
- 3Belize17 reviews
'No Shirt, No Shoes…No Problem.' You'll see this sign everywhere in Belize, but no place is it more apt than Caye Caulker. Indeed, nothing seems to be a problem on this tiny island, where mangy dogs nap in the middle of the dirt road and suntanned cyclists pedal around them. The only traffic sign on the island instructs golf carts ...
- 4Belize7 reviews
Most people go to Belize for the reefs and the beach, but San Ignacio highlights how epic the jungle is here too. There are multiple caves here willed with ancient Mayan pottery and bones. You can wade through them or raft down them. Plus you can go trekking through the jungle, take a special tour to learn about medicinal plants, ...
- 5Belize2 reviews
This town, at the end of a peninsula jutting into the Caribbean is one of Belize's secret treasures. The town is built along a little wooden boardwalk that runs down the center of the peninsula - no cars. The beaches are amazing and the fresh seafood (especially the conch fritters) is to die for!
- 6Belize14 reviews
The largest island off of the mainland of Belize, Ambergris Caye has a mangrove swamp interior and is ringed by beautiful, white-sand beaches. Water taxis transport people to and from San Pedro, the largest town on the island. Ambergris Caye is a fun, relaxed place to vacation.
- 7Belize3 reviews
Staying in Orangewalk Town was the easiest way to see Lamani and a much nice place to stay than Belize City, which is a little crowded and didn't leave me feeling particularly safe. We landed and left Belize City immediately. Our main goal was Lamanai, but we found several fun restaurants including breakfast from a little trailer down the street ...
- 8Belize4 reviews
A tiny sand spit of paradise in a turquoise sea of rich biodiversity wonders. Come here and you'll never want to leave. Amenities on the island are a bit sparse, but who needs more than a snorkel, a hammock and cocktail in a place like this?
- 9Belize1 review
This was easily the most beautiful reef and wall dives that I did in the 5 days that I was diving in Belize. Often visited after the blue hole, it's worth it to go the blue hole trip just for this reef even if you don't like the blue hole. Because this reef is so far away from the more ...
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- 14Belize4 reviews
Spectacular snorkeling on the reef. We stayed at a hostel right on the water near the endge of town (which is very small). If taking the "ferry" to Puerto Barrios in Guatemala, BE CAREFUL. The weather can change quickly once you leave port. We had a 2 hour long near death experience with 20 foot waves crashing on us and ...
- 20Belize1 review
A dilapidated little seaside town. Not much to do but catch a boat out to the cayes off shore.