- 1Belize22 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 ...
- 2Belize14 reviews
Beautiful island with great beaches and lookout points, but in retrospect I wish we would have done Caye Caulker instead. Ambergris is much more 'touristy' than I would like, and it loses some of the laid-back island feel with all the cab drivers hollering at you and packaged tours being sold to you at every turn. Beautiful? Yes, but from ...
- 3Belize31 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.
- 4Mexico6 reviews
I have a strange affection for Chetumal. It's an odd little border city where half the people have odd British-style names (a holdover from when this was all British Honduras), and a lot of the buildings are stuck in the 60s. It's hard to believe that it's the capital of Quintana Roo state, as it's not really bursting with energy. ...
- 7Belize1 review
this is my home town where i lived for 15 years este es el lugar donde vive x 15 años
- 8Mexico1 review
Xcalak is way off the beaten track--a Caribbean fishing village just north of Belize. It's a pretty basic place--no banks, no public phones, no gas stations--but it's known for its spectacular snorkeling and diving (if you can, don't miss a dive trip out to Banco Chinchorro), as well as world-class fly fishing. There are a small number of hotels just ...
- 9Belize1 review
St. George's Caye has the only marine aquarium in the entire country of Belize and also has the youngest Aquarium guide countrywide.