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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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Visit Belize This Fall

Although the fall season conjures up images of leaves changing color and steep drops in daytime temperatures across North America, in Belize, fall is a season of abundant sunshine and summer-like temperatures. Due to Belize's unique geographical location, this small Caribbean country enjoys plenty of delightful warmth with long days filled with golden sunlight. Here are a few great reasons why you should visit Belize this fall: Garifuna Settlement Day Celebrated nationwide every November 19, Garifuna Settlement Day commemorates the arrival of the Garifuna people to the shores of Belize more than 200 years ago. Recognized by the United Nations…
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5 Maya Ruins to Explore in Belize With a Car Rental

Once the beating heart of an advanced civilization, Belize lies in the center of what was once a vast Maya empire that stretched from Mexico in the north to El Salvador in the south. Belize is home to more ancient Maya cities, pyramids, palaces, and ceremonial caves than anywhere else on the planet. Amazingly, most of the magnificent cities built by the ancient Maya were abandoned around the year 900 AD. Archeologists are still debating whether climate change, civil wars, or other factors led to the downfall of the Maya, an advanced civilization that compiled detailed astronomical observations, accurate calendars,…
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5 Places You Can Go in Belize With a Car Rental

As Central America's least densely populated country, Belize is a true wonderland of lush rainforests, beautiful mountain panoramas, and golden sand beaches that kiss the sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. And one of the best ways to explore this amazing country is with your own vehicle. With your own rental vehicle, you can easily visit places like: The Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve Measuring more than 300 square miles in size, the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve is one of the most interesting natural areas in the country. Instead of palm fronds and jungle, Mountain Pine Ridge is home…
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7 Things to Know Before You Head to Belize

Things to Know Before You Head to Belize A small Central American country located just 2-5 hours' flying time from the United States and Canada, Belize is often described as a slice of paradise. With gorgeous tropical islands, lush rainforests, and jungles teeming with exotic wildlife, Belize is a popular vacation destination. But before you pack your bags, here are 7 things you need to know before traveling to Belize: World-class Snorkeling and Diving Once largely unknown to the outside world, the beautiful islands, atolls, and lagoons of Belize were popularized in 1971 when French marine biologist Jacques Cousteau visited…
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Renting a Vehicle – The Most Popular Way to Discover Belize

One of the best ways for visitors to enjoy their time in Belize is by renting a vehicle. Instead of relying on overcrowded public buses or expensive shuttle services, having your own rental vehicle gives you the freedom to explore the natural beauty and top sites in Belize like Dangriga, San Ignacio, Placencia, and Belmopan as well as national parks and ancient Maya ruins like Caracol, Xunantich, and Altun Ha. Any visitor with a valid driver's license in their home country can rent and operate a vehicle in Belize. Just as in the United States, driving is on the right-hand…
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Why Renting a Car in Belize Will Make Your Trip Awesome

Belize is a small country but it is an incredibly beautiful land blessed with both picturesque offshore islands and lush rainforests in the interior. The least populated country in Central America, Belize is a small country, making it easy to explore all of the natural beauty when you rent your own vehicle. Indeed, many people say that getting there is half the fun as there are so many amazing things to do and see. Here are a few reasons why you'll be glad you rented a vehicle on your Belize vacation: Set Your Own Pace Instead of worrying about bus,…
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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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Important Tips for Renting a Car in Belize: What You Need to Know

Tour Belize Auto Rental has two convenient locations, one at the international terminal of the Philip Goldson Airport and another in downtown Belize City. Tour Belize Auto Rental has a large fleet of modern, well-maintained vehicles perfectly suited to exploring this beautiful country at your own pace. Tips for Driving in Belize In order to have a safe and enjoyable time while driving in Belize, we've provided the following useful tips: If you have a valid driver's license in your home country, you can rent and drive a vehicle in Belize. Just like in the United States, distances are expressed…
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