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Belize in August

Belize in August

Despite the month August conjuring up images of sweltering heat, Belize in August is actually a time of relatively mild, sunny weather. In fact, daytime highs are only around 86 F (30 C) with lows of around 77 F (25 C) and almost no rain. What could be better weather for enjoying outdoor activities in Belize? August is also when some of the most exciting festivals occur. The International Costa Maya Festival will be held this year in San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye from August 2-5, 2018. This four-day festival includes street parades, musical performances from top…
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7 Reasons Why Belize Should Be on Your Bucket List

7 Reasons Why Belize Should Be on Your Bucket List

Visit Belize This Year With all of the biggest airlines in the United States and Canada now offering non-stop flights to Belize, it's easier and more affordable than ever to visit this little-known Caribbean paradise. Here are 7 great reasons why Belize should definitely be on your bucket list: Tropical Islands Belize has hundreds of gorgeous islands with swaying palm trees, sugar white beaches, and crystal clear waters. The islands are a UNESCO World Heritage Site brimming with life, a paradise for snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, and fishing. Belize Jungle As if the islands weren't enough, Belize is also blessed…
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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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Celebrate September in Belize

Often nicknamed "Patriotic Month" due to the many national holidays and festivals, September is one of the best times to visit Belize. Many Belizeans working abroad come home to visit friends and family during September, and the entire month has a very festive air. September 10 The celebrations kick into high gear on September 10, the national holiday with the extra long name of The Battle of St. George's Caye Day. In Belize, islands are known as "cayes" (pronounced "keys") and St. George's Caye was the original colonial capital. Located just offshore from Belize City, the island was where a…
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Things to Do in Belize City on a Car Rental

4 Things to Do in Belize City on a Car Rental

Although many travelers come to Belize in order to visit top tourist destinations such as Ambergris Caye, San Ignacio, and Placencia, some of the most interesting places to see in the country are found in Belize City. Once the capital of the country and still its largest urban area, Belize City is a thriving, bustling metropolis located on the Caribbean coastline. If you're visiting Belize City, here are four destinations you must visit: Altun Ha Just a short drive from Belize City lie the ruins of Altun Ha. Once an important trade center for the ancient Maya, Altun Ha is…
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5 Amazing Reasons to Visit Belize in Summer

It's already March, so if you've been thinking about where to go this summer, the time to start planning is now! Summertime is the perfect season to visit Belize as the weather is perfect, airlines are offering great prices on tickets, and many hotels and resorts are offering discounts. If you've ever considered visiting Belize, here are five amazing reasons you should definitely come visit this summer: Lobsterfest Lobster is the world's most popular crustacean, and there's no better place to enjoy lobster than in Belize. Beginning in June when the lobster fishing season opens, coastal towns and islands in…
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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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Things You Should Know Before Renting a Car in Belize

Driving in Belize is half the fun of a vacation in this beautiful, unspoiled country as it allows you to explore the hidden nature spots and admire panoramic vistas at your own pace. If you're thinking of driving in Belize, here are some things you should know before renting a car: Driver's License If you have a valid driver's license in your home country, you can rent and drive a car in Belize. Rules of the Road For American drivers, it's very simple to drive in Belize as it's the only other country in the world that still uses measurements…
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