10 Photos that will make you want to visit Belize

By Elisabeth Griffiths


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10 Photos that will make you want to visit Belize

10 Photos that will make you want to visit Belize

Belize is beautiful and endlessly surprising. Full of adventure, wildlife, and plenty of space to relax, this paradaisical Latin American nation should be high on travellers' bucket lists all over the world. In the north of the country you'll find dense rainforest, packed with exotic bird species and home to the elusive jaguar. In the south lies the Toledo District with its strong Garifuna culture, traditional villages and vast nature reserves. 

With white sand beaches, turquoise seas, and hundreds of small cayes, Belize's coastline is second-to-none and offers an authentic Caribbean experience lacking the crowds experienced by the bigger islands to the north. 

We've collected ten photos that we think show off how much this heavenly nation has to offer. Scroll down to find out how beautiful Belize really is.

If your interest is piqued, click here to find our Belize holiday collection

Belize's most famous natural wonder is the mysterious Blue Hole located roughly 70km south east of Belize City. © Shutterstock/Globe Guide Media Inc Belize's most famous natural wonder is the mysterious Blue Hole located roughly 70km south east of Belize City. © Shutterstock/Globe Guide Media Inc
The Xunantunich ruins were left behind by the Mayans. © Shutterstock/aindigo The Xunantunich ruins were left behind by the Mayans. © Shutterstock/aindigo
If you want to explore the jungle, why not try delving in on horseback? © Shutterstock/Suzi Pratt If you want to explore the jungle, why not try delving in on horseback? © Shutterstock/Suzi Pratt
Sunset over San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. © Shutterstock/WitR Sunset over San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. © Shutterstock/WitR
A Black howler monkey calls out in the rainforest in Belize. © Shutterstock/reisegraf.ch A Black howler monkey calls out in the rainforest in Belize. © Shutterstock/reisegraf.ch
Kayakers navigate the crystal clear waters at Glover's Reef Atoll. © Shutterstock/Duarte Dellarole Kayakers navigate the crystal clear waters at Glover's Reef Atoll. © Shutterstock/Duarte Dellarole
Hudut is a traditional Garifuna dish. © Shutterstock/Suzanna Pratt Hudut is a traditional Garifuna dish. © Shutterstock/Suzanna Pratt
Jaguars inhabit the jungles of Belize, but they are very difficult to spot. © Shutterstock/Enrique Aguirre Jaguars inhabit the jungles of Belize, but they are very difficult to spot. © Shutterstock/Enrique Aguirre
Chocolate lovers rejoice. Belize has many cacao farms, including this one, the Mayan Ixcacao Cacao Farm in San Felipe. © Shutterstock/tantzi13 Chocolate lovers rejoice. Belize has many cacao farms, including this one, the Mayan Ixcacao Cacao Farm in San Felipe. © Shutterstock/tantzi13
Tobacco Caye on the Belize Barrier Reef is a picture-perfect example of a Belizean caye. © Shutterstock/Duarte Dellarolle Tobacco Caye on the Belize Barrier Reef is a picture-perfect example of a Belizean caye. © Shutterstock/Duarte Dellarolle

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