Have you ever dreamt of landing your own Grand Slam? Or perhaps even obtaining the elusive Gran Grand Slam, landing a bonefish, tarpon, snook, and permit on the same day? Or perhaps you want to head out to deeper waters in an attempt to land a massive marlin or bonito? If so, you need to book your fishing vacation in Belize today. Often called the fly fishing capital of the world, Belize is truly an angler's paradise. The lagoons, flats, and
The Hummingbird Highway is, perhaps, the most iconic and beautiful road in Belize. Completely paved in 1994, the Hummingbird Highway is the major artery that connects Belmopan in central Belize to Dangriga on the southeastern coast. As such, it is the main thoroughfare for reaching Stann Creek and Toledo Districts in the southern part of the country. The Hummingbird Highway begins just outside of Belmopan in Cayo District, where it meets the George Price Highway (widely known as the Western Highway).
Belize is a gorgeous country with an incredibly diverse landscape bursting with wildlife. Located just 2-5 hours flying time from major cities across the United States and Canada, it's now easier and more affordable to visit this lovely Caribbean gem. Here are the top 5 Belize excursions you can enjoy on your vacation: Snorkeling the Belize Reef The Belize Barrier Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with hundreds of gorgeous islands and coral atolls. Coral reefs are home to 25% of all
If you think that Belize is an amazing place to visit above ground—wait until you explore the nation’s underworld. Primitive caves, shaped millions of years ago, remained behind after the sea receded. These deep caverns now attract scores of visitors curious about seeing places where Maya priests conducted secret rituals and paid homage to gods centuries ago. An enduring faith While the earliest Mayas brought with them only what they could carry, they brought with them something of higher value: their faith.
St. Herman's Blue Hole National Park is a unique national park in Belize for nature lovers. The park is located on the Hummingbird Highway, about 12 miles southeast of Belmopan, the nation's capital. Travelers to Belize should consider visiting St. Herman's Blue Hole National Park due to its rich history. And thanks to the country’s warm climate, visitors can enjoy visiting the park any time of the year. The location boasts unique geological features and attractions that span over 575 acres and