All Inclusive Vacations To Belize
Located in the heart of Central America’s finest adventures, Belize stands tall, and offers an array of perfection for any tourists. Deemed as one of the most renowned places that encompasses ancient treasures unspoiled places on this earth like no other. With its vibrant nature, bright buildings and the bluest of blue waters, tourists come here to take in the tropical charms of a place. The beauty of Belize attracts over 850,000 annual visitors throughout the year to explore its many majestic places and spaces. One of the lovely things about Belize is that it’s an environmentally conscious country that maintains a balance between preserving the natural resources and growing its economy. With over 40% of the country’s lands protected there certainly is a plethora of activities to partake in that explore the lovely lands of the sea, sky and green lands. The sunbeams down on Belize all the days of the year, and November to late April is considered the best time to venture off to this little bit of perfection in Central America. Hurricane season is during July to October so you will want to veer away from a vacation during this time. If you’re looking to partake in a festival that focuses on perfection along the seaside, head off to Belize during June to celebrate Lobster Festival. The festival is located in Placencia and showcases lobster in its finest light, surely a festival to partake in if you have a love with this delicate fish. Belize is the perfect spot to kick back, relax and explore one of the loveliest places on earth.
The sunny sky, palmed tree lined streets, white sand and turquoise waters are what attract the thousands of visitors to Belize’s beaches annually. Some of the best beaches are found along the Placencia Peninsula. Here there’s nothing but white sandy and the bluest waters where you the perfection of this spot will touch your soul. Some of the top beaches in the peninsula are Maya Beach, Seine Bight Beach, and Placencia Village. Caye Caulker is one of the best places to swim along the shore of Belize, Hopkins’ beach is known for its long stretch of white sand, Ambergis Caye is perfect to take a morning dip in and Laughingbird Caye is one of the best spots to go snorkeling or scuba diving.
Currency, Culture, Language:
Currency – Belize Dollar
Culture – Belizean Culture (influenced from various ethnic groups around the world)
Language – English
Attractions & Things To Do:
Get ready to explore a little or a lot of perfection when you enter Belize. The Mayan Ruins and Temples are one of the most famous attractions to venture off to while in Belize. This ruins are what separates Belize from anywhere else. Explore The Museum of Belize located in Belize City where you be mesmerized by the restoration of the old colonial prison. Go snorkeling or diving at Laughingbird Caye, canoeing or kayaking down The Mopan River, hiking through the Don Elijio National Park, sailing through the blue waters, horseback riding through the Cayo District, or go inner tubing through the Caves Branch River Cave System located in western Belize. With world-renowned snorkeling sights you’ll definitely want to make it out to The Belize Barrier Reef, as the underwater creatures here are certainly majestic. The Atolls, The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary The Caves, Rio on Pools and The Rio Bravo Conservation Area are top destinations that locals and tourists continually flock to, to take in the natural perfection of Belize.
Dining & Nightlife:
Belize City is home to harbour views and tasty dishes. Venture off to Wet Lizard or Harbour View to take in the beauty of all things food related. Ambergris Caye is home to some notable restaurants as well, such as Palmilla’s elegant restaurant, Rojo Lounge’s fusion cuisine, or Elvi’s Kitchen’s deemed the best take-out spot.
If you’re looking to explore Belize at night there is no better way to do so than partaking in a night scuba dive. Here you’ll travel on a guided tour of the underwater world under the stars, it certainly is a majestic experience. Venture off to catch a glimpse of the moonrise at Tikal, The Temple IV in Tikal. Much of the nightlife in Belize is found along its sandy shores, check out Barefoot Iguana in Ambergris Caye, or Barefoot Beach Bar in Placencia.
Why We Like It:
It’s really not hard to fall in love with a country that boasts impeccable tropical rainforests, the bluest of blue waters and unique adventures along its sandy, mystical shores. One of the main reasons we love this spot is because of its unique night dives. Not only is the coral reef beautifully abundant, but the night dive is something you have to book when you land in Belize. Of course we’re a sucker for history too, and so we love Belize even more that it’s laced with a whole lot of history at The Mayan Ruins. Belize certainly is a unique destination, we can’t wait to get back there.