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Is Renting a Car in Belize Safe?

Is Renting a Car in Belize Safe?

In short, the answer is a resounding yes. Anyone with a valid driver's license in their home country can rent a car in Belize, and the rules of the road are almost identical to those in the United States. In fact, Belize and the United States are the last two countries on the planet where distances are still measured in miles. Driving in Belize is fairly straightforward. Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road, and all road signs are in English. Except for gasoline being a bit more expensive (around $5/gallon), the only major difference about driving in…
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Roads and Highways in Belize

Roads and Highways in Belize

Roads and Highways in Belize Belize is a rather small country, but a modern network of highways and roads make it easy to get to just about any destination in three hours or less. The main roads and highways are paved and in excellent conditions, but some smaller roads and paths are unpaved. Belize Highways Belize has four major highways that connect all of the biggest metropolitan areas in the country. The Philip Goldson Highway - Commonly referred to as the Northern Highway, this highway connects Belize City to the northern Corozal District and the border with Mexico. This highway passes…
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Experience Belize’s annual Mango Fest and explore scenic Hopkins

The annual Hopkins Mango Fest in southern Belize, is a great stop for travelers and locals alike looking for tasty dishes and beautiful coastal views. The free two-day event, dubbed the Mangu Fest, to honor the native Garifuna word for the delicious fruit is being held on June 2-3 in the quiet coastal town. Hopkins is known for its rich cultural history and the efforts of the Garifuna community in Belize to preserve the culture. The Mango fest showcases Hopkins as a prime destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and really good food. The festival features an array of…
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The Best Way to Discover Belize by Car |

The Best Way to Discover Belize by Car

In Belize, one of the best ways to enjoy the incredible natural beauty of the country is by driving across it with a car. Unlike other countries where highways are boring, lifeless ribbons of concrete, Belize's highways and byways pass through some of the most scenic passages on the planet. Whether it's crossing mist-shrouded mountains or heading through fertile lowlands filled with the heady perfume of citrus orchards, driving in Belize is just as pleasurable as arriving at your final destination. Most of the Belizean mainland is composed of lush rainforest and thick jungles. Measuring just a bit smaller than the state of Vermont, Belize is small enough to…
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Best Car Rental Company in Belize

The Best Car Rental Company in Belize

Looking for a car rental in Belize? The good news is that you have a lot of choices. But finding the best car rental in Belize can be difficult as you'll have to compare and contrast each company's daily rates, customer service, fees, and pickup and return policies. Instead of getting a headache as you try to find which car rental company in Belize to choose, trust Tour Belize Auto Rental. With very competitive prices and an intuitive online booking system, Tour Belize makes it very easy to rent a car in Belize City or anywhere else in the country.…
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4 Reasons You Should Rent a car in Belize on Your Next Vacation

For travelers wanting to explore the country at their own pace, the best option is to rent a car in Belize. Anyone with a valid driver's license in their home country can legally drive a car in Belize, one of the best ways to see the gorgeous countryside and lush nature that make the country such a popular destination. Here are four reasons why you should choose to rent a car in Belize on your vacation: 1 - Faster and More Convenient Belize is a relatively small country, but trying to navigate it using the public bus network can challenge…
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