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Celebrate September in Belize

Celebrate Independence Day in Belize

September is a good time to visit Belize. The summer tourists have gone home, the cost of travel has gone down, and it's time for the celebrations to begin. September 21 is Independence Day, but the festivities start around two weeks earlier, giving you a chance to meet the locals and learn about their culture. Here are a few of the ways to celebrate the national holiday: 1. Independence Day Festivities The Battle of the Caye Day on September 10 starts the event. People dress up in their native gear, the radio stations play patriotic music, and people gather at…
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Where to rent a car in Belize City

Take a Fall Vacation to Belize

If you're considering a fall getaway, consider Belize. The weather is warm, the beaches are unspoiled and the bargains are everywhere. Fall for Belize Fall is the perfect time to visit Belize. It's the slow season for tourists, but it's the busy season for many of Belize's most popular festivals and events. You'll find something fun to do around every corner. It's a great time to enjoy our beautiful country and friendly people. The crowds are smaller, but there is still plenty to see and do. Best of all, you'll enjoy reduced rates everywhere. Take advantage of the slow season…
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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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Belize in July

5 Cool Reasons to Visit Belize in July

  Don’t let anybody tell you that a Caribbean vacation during the month of July is a terrible idea because it’s what Belizeans euphemistically call the start of the Green Season. That means impromptu showers literally come and go faster than maxing out a credit card balance if you come to Belize in winter when prices are higher than temperatures. In fact, Phoenix, Arizona averages 106-degrees F in July, Dallas sustains a toasty 93-degrees F and New Orleans thermometers rarely dip below 92-degrees F. What’s the point? Even with sporadic rain showers, if you fly south in July, you can…
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Summer is a great time to visit Belize

Summer in Belize – A Great Time to Visit

Whether you are traveling alone, with some friends, or with your family, there are few better places to spend a summer vacation than Belize. This beautiful nation is utterly packed with interesting things to see and do. The first thing that most people want to do on a summer vacation is to find a nice beach, set up a lounge chair and relax. If that sounds good to you, you'll love Belize. It is home to a wide selection of pristine sandy beaches. Ambergris Caye, Placencia, and Hopkins are home to some of the best beaches you will find anywhere…
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Adventure Road Trip in Belize

Satisfy Your Wanderlust: Tour Belize by Car in June

You would not be the first U.S. tourist to consider a Belize-style road trip, but if you decide on the month of June to visit, you’re going to get more than a taste of the nation: June is Lobsterfest month within the boundaries of this small Caribbean nation, but the festivities associated with this annual celebration are so lavish, they could blow you away. Lobsterfest is more than the nation’s homage to bountiful lobster catches: it’s an excuse to invite northerners to come down for fun and savings because June also kicks off low season so if you’re a big…
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Belize chocolate festival

Do Not Miss The 2019 Belize Chocolate Festival  

Indulge your dark side, your bittersweet side and your milk chocolate side at the Belize Chocolate Festival. If you love food, history and fun, you don't want to miss this three-day party. Did you know that Belize is famous for its cacao? Most people think of coconuts, hot sauce, spices and rum when they think of Belize's best-known agricultural products. Belize has been making quality, handcrafted chocolate products ever since the ancient Maya tended their first cacao crops here. Explore a Proud Heritage Belize-grown cacao has long been prized by chocolate aficionados all over the world. Chocolate makers from Belize…
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Belize Zoo

Visit the Belize Zoo by Car

The Belize Zoo is not what you might think of when you hear the word "zoo." You won't see sad, trapped animals in cages here. Instead, you will see a 29-acre jungle sanctuary that is home to over 150 rehabilitated, orphaned and rescued animals who can't survive in the wild for various reasons. They've found a safe home here, and you can see them all. The tapir, Belize's national animal and the keel-billed toucan, the country's national bird can both be seen enjoying a safe haven at the zoo. You can learn more about them at the education center. Unique, Friendly…
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Belize National Agriculture & Trade Show

The Belize National Agriculture & Trade Show: Where Mother Nature Meets Tomorrow

While April showers bring May flowers, a more exciting event is happening under roof from April 26th thru April 28th when Belize’s 2019 National Agriculture and Trade Show (NATS) is held to showcase the nation’s bounty. It’s the biggest, most eagerly anticipated event of the spring; a pairing of education and entertainment that grows more exciting with each passing year. For three action-packed days, NATS attracts residents and visitors curious to see what’s on this year’s menu of exhibits and activities. Planners never disappoint and agriculture rules when this homage to economy and food security takes place. If previous years…
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