Our Belize Tours and travel itineraries offer several spectaculars destinations from emerald waters, magnificent beaches and unparalleled barrier reef to exuberant tropical rainforest and breath-taking Mayan temples.
Water activities include snorkeling, diving and fishing in the exceptionally beautiful beaches in the Caribbean Sea. On land the great adventure is phenomenal and it invites you to rediscover Sacred caves, ancient Mayan cities, fascinating rivers and exotic tropical bird sanctuaries or the encounter with mammals like the jaguar and the tapir.
Archaeological tours include fantastic Maya cities such as Xunantunich, Cahal Pech, Caracol, Lamanai and Altun Ha, sacred caves such as Actun Tunichil Muknal, Caves Branch and Barton Creek among others.
Hotel and lodging in Belize are varied going from simple accommodation to boutique hotels immersed in the rainforest or tropical islands that will make your trip a unique experience.
From an adventure vacations or a relaxing beach holiday, Belize is your choice.
These are example of Belize tours and travel itineraries that you can customize, we can fit these tours according your budget, hotel type, dates of travel or add another destination not included on these examples, feel free to contact us and our Belize travel specialist will help you design a tailor-made vacation package.
|Belize Highlights - 9 Days / 8 Nights||See Details - Get a quote|
|Nature & Adventure Belize - 10 Days / 9 Nights||See Details - Get a quote|
|Inside Belize - 8 Days / 7 Nights||See Details - Get a quote|
|Placencia Nature & Beaches - 7 Days / 6 Nights||See Details - Get a quote|
|Maya Adventure - 5 Days / 6 Nights||See Details - Get a quote|
|The Big Five - 6 Days / 5 Nights||See Details - Get a quote|
Official Name: Belize
Length: 174 miles greatest width east to west is 68 miles
Currency: Belizean Dollars
Area code: +501
Time Zone: Same as Central America
Languages: English is the official language, 75% speak “CREOLE” English
Electricity: Although most of the electricity is provided by Diesel/Generator Sets, the power is stable at 110 Volts A.C., which is the same voltage as in the United States.
Clothing: If you are visiting the Cayes and/or the Barrier Reef, bring your shorts, T-shirts, and bathing suits, as well as some comfortable tennis shoes or deck shoes. As the sun is probably more intense than what you are used to at home, bring a cap to protect your head from the tropical sun when you are boating and/or fishing. In addition to protecting your eyes from both the sun and the reflective glare off of the water, a pair of "polarized" sunglasses will enhance the variable colors of the coastal waters of Belize. Loose fitting, light colored cotton pants and camping shirts, along with a comfortable pair of hiking shoes or boots are appropriate for exploring the Mainland or trekking through the rain forest. When visiting the Maya Ruins or traipsing through the jungle, a hat with a wide brim will provide shade from the tropical sun, as well as provide protection from a tropical shower.
Form of Payment: Credit card accepted in most formal businesses. Travel checks changed with purchase slip. Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks and hotels.
Country admission requirements: A valid passport and visa, if required, is necessary for entry into Belize. Visitors are permitted to stay in Belize for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days. Extensions may be granted upon application to the Immigration Office, Corner Pick stock and North Front Streets, Belize City, at a cost of BZ$25.00. Travelers should exhibit that they have sufficient funds for their visit (US$50.00 per person per day), as well as, a ticket to their onward destination.
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