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Kristen Lanskail-Morris
Kristen Lanskail-Morris Latin America Travel Specialist
"For top diving, make a beeline for the fish-teeming reefs off Belize’s Ambergris Caye and dive the famous Blue Hole."
Belize

Places To Go In Belize

Cayes & Islands
Belize's most celebrated attraction, especially for those who love diving and snorkelling, must surely be the barrier reef which protects most of the coastline, second only in size to Australia's Great Barrier Reef. A series of islands or Cayes run along Belize's coastline, many of...
Cayo District
The Cayo District is a nature lovers paradise; blanketed in lush jungle Belize’s rainforest is home to more than 500 bird species. Listen to the eerie calls of the howler monkeys up in the trees, spot iridescent butterflies and keep your eyes peeled for the elusive jaguar. Rise with the sun...
Orange Walk
The Orange Walk District itself is a curious mix of Creole, Maya and Mennonite communities. Responsible for much of Belize's food and sugar production, the district is home to agricultural farmland, dense swathes of jungle, ancient Mayan ruins and well-protected wildlife conservation areas....
Placencia and South Coast
The stretch of coast south from Belize City in the Stann Creek District heads from Dangriga through small towns and villages such as Hopkins and Placencia and offers a real insight into the fascinating Garifuna culture of Belize. Pass through lush palm groves, citrus trees, small towns and villages...
Toledo District
Located in southern Belize, the Toledo District is one of the country’s top ecotourism destinations. Often described as the “last frontier,” it comprises a half-dozen rivers, rainforests, parks, and reserves, and even more modern Maya villages; head to indigenous towns like San...
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