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Adventure Road Trip in Belize

Awesome Tips for Planning Your own Adventure Road Trip in Belize

Belize is an amazing country with lots of astonishing things to see and do. If you're coming to Belize soon and want to enjoy an amazing road trip, here's what you need to know: Belize Is Just the Right Size Roughly the same size as the American state of Vermont, Belize is big enough to have lots of variety in landscapes and things to see but small enough to easily get around. A network of four "highways" (well-maintained, paved, two-lane roads) crisscross the country, making just about every destination reachable in three hours or less. By far the most scenic…
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Fodor’s Picks Belize as a Top Destination to Visit in 2018

Fodor’s, a well-known and internationally recognized travel guide has picked Belize as a top destination to visit in 2018. The vastly acclaimed publisher listed Belize because of its rich history, natural beauty, and multiple places to explore. Belize is ideally located between the Caribbean and Central America and is easily accessible from North America. The country is a wonderful place for a get-away vacation to “unplug” and unwind from the stressful day-to-day lifestyle and offers intrepid travelers unspoiled landscapes and lush jungles, perfect for zip-lining and exploring untouched nature. Fodor’s recognized Belize for its large number of activities including: diving, snorkeling, exploring palatial caves, visiting Mayan ruins, or…
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Why Belize? 6 Reasons to visit Belize in 2018

Belize is a small country nestled on the Caribbean coast between Mexico and Guatemala. But there is plenty to do and see in this pristine nation dubbed "The Jewel" for its cornucopia of lush landscapes and uninhabited tropical islands. Here are 6 great reasons you have to pack your bags and visit Belize in 2018. Gorgeous Beaches Few other places in the world have as many beautiful, white sandy beaches as Belize. The coastline stretches for more than 180 miles, and Belize has more than 400 offshore islands, all with fantastic beaches. Whether you come to work on your tan…
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The Most Scenic Road Trips in Belize

The Most Scenic Road Trips in Belize

Although Belize is a small country (about the same size as the American state of Vermont), it offers travelers incredibly beautiful scenery across its length and breadth. Home to mountains, waterfalls, scenic valleys, verdant hills, savannah, wetlands, pristine rainforests, thick jungle, and broadleaf forests, you'll never run out of amazing things to see when in Belize. On your visit to Belize, here are the most scenic road trips to enjoy: Hummingbird Highway While you may not spot the dozens of different species of iridescent hummingbirds that live along the route of this paved road that connects Belmopan in central Belize…
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Car Hire in Belize – Best Service Guaranteed

While some English speakers refer to "hiring" a car and others refer to "renting" a car, Tour Belize Auto Rental makes it super simple and affordable for visitors to get their own luxury vehicle during their stay in the country. Whether your plan is to head to the beautiful beaches of Placencia, enjoy a scenic drive along the Hummingbird Highway, or explore the ruins of ancient Maya metropolises, having your own vehicle allows you to relax and enjoy your vacation at your own pace. Tour Belize Auto Rentals has two convenient locations in the country, one right at the international…
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8 Things You Should Know Before Renting a Car in Belize

Belize is a small, friendly country with a network of paved highways that makes it easy to get from one place to another. If you're considering renting a car in Belize, here's what you need to know. Your Driver's License If you have a valid driver's license in your home country, you can rent and drive a car in Belize. English English is the official language, which means that all road and street signs will be in English. Measurements The United States and Belize are the last two countries in the world that use miles for distance and gallons for…
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