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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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Car Rental in Belize - Get Affordable Car Deals Now

Car Rental in Belize – Get Affordable Car Deals Now

Whether you're visiting Belize for the Easter holiday, summer vacation, an autumn getaway, Christmastime, or during winter, having your own wheels is one of the best ways to explore Belize. When you have your own car, here are just some of the amazing things you can see and do in Belize: Attend the Agricultural Fair in Belmopan Tens of thousands of people flock to Belize's capital every year to attend the National Agriculture and Trade Show (NAST). The three-day festival is packed full of livestock displays, rodeos, games, live music, dancing, motocross races, and delicious food and drinks. Attend Lobsterfest…
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Driving Through Northern Belize

Driving Through Northern Belize

Northern Belize is one of the best areas to explore by car. Starting in Belize City and heading north, travelers can explore some of the most beautiful, wild areas of the country as well as see some of the most impressive ancient Maya sites anywhere in Central America. Two of Belize's most pristine nature reserves are located in Northern Belize. The Shipstern Conservation Management Area near Sarteneja in Orange Walk District measures more than 43 square miles (112 square km) and features wetlands, lagoons, a belt of mangrove forest, and a large region of hardwood forests. The Shipstern nature reserve…
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Tips for Getting Around Belize

Tips for Getting Around Belize

Belize is a small country about the same size as the American state of Vermont. With four paved highways and a network of water taxi operators, it's pretty easy to get just about anywhere in the country in three hours or less. Belize is a former British colony, so all the signs will be in English. And if you do get turned around, a friendly local is sure to help you out. Once you've arrived, you have a number of options for getting around. Flying If you're flying into Belize from another country, you will land at the Philip S.W.…
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easter in belize

Easter in Belize

One of the best times to visit Belize is during Easter. The longest holiday period on the Belizean calendar, Easter is a time of religious celebration, high-energy sporting events, and festive family gatherings. Unlike in many neighboring countries, the Easter period only officially starts on Good Friday, although schools are closed for the entire week. Government offices and banks shut down at noon on Holy Thursday, leading to a slowdown in commerce. The vast majority of Belizeans are members of the Christian faith and commemorate Good Friday with a series of religious processions and services. Alcohol sales are prohibited. Catholic churches often lead processions that re-enact the…
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Valentines Getaway 2018: Belize

Belize is a beautiful country that feels tailor-made for romantic getaways. Just a short flight from the United States and Canada, Belize really is a world away. In Belize, nature is king, and you'll find more monkeys and parrots than you will skyscrapers, malls, or fast-food joints. Indeed, the nature in Belize is so beautiful that the country is nicknamed "The Jewel." As a former British colony, everyone speaks English in Belize, so it's really easy to get around. Although Belize is a small country, it has a lot to offer, including lush rainforests teeming with wildlife, beautiful beaches, majestic…
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