Travel Tips to The Cayes

When a traveler speaks about the cayes, they usually refer to Ambergris Caye or a Caulker Caye, being the two largest (the former is larger than the second) in the region. Ambergris Caye is richer and is a favourite in package tours, while Caulker is smaller and more suited for backpackers. What to Pack? Because … Read more

The Green Side of Belize

Belize is best known for having natural wildlife reserves teeming with life and magical landscapes where you can relax and travel to a completely different world. This tour will make you live the most memorable experiences. Bladen River It´s a nature reserve with more than 97,000 acres of wilderness. This territory has huge limestone hills, … Read more

Caving in Belize: A Story Full of Magic

If you are looking for a place to go caving, Belize offers the perfect spot, Actun Tunichil Muknal, which is also known as ATM cave. This majestic place is located at the heart of the natural park reserve Tapir Mountain, 45 minutes from San Ignacio, District Caye. The name Actun Tunichil Muknal translates as “Cave … Read more

El Caracol: Enjoy This Wonderful Journey

At this archaeological site, you’ll find Caana, the highest Mayan structure in Belize, it’s approximately 50 meters tall. It’s the most important ancient site of Belize followed only by Benque Viejo and Xunatunich. El Caracol is made up of five main squares, and an astronomical observatory, in addition to that, the structures transport you back … Read more

Belize Barrier Reef

Belize lies on the Eastern or Caribbean Coast of Central America; it´s separated by sea from its neighbor to the South –West, Honduras. The inner coastal waters are shallow and are sheltered by a line of coral reefs, dotted with over 200 cayes, extending the entire length of the country. The cayes range in size … Read more

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