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March 2021
The Maya Civilization in Belize No one is quite sure when the ancient Maya civilization first appeared, but archeologists believe that the first organized settlements were built in Central America starting around 2600 BC. Originating in what is now the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, the Maya began expanding. At the zenith of their civilization, the...
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Ocean in Belize on a sunny day
Easter in Belize Easter is a four-day holiday in Belize and the biggest celebration of the year. Beyond religious observances, Easter is a time of exciting sporting events, getting outside to enjoy activities in the fresh air, and spending time with family and friends while enjoying fabulous food. Here are three places to visit during...
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When you’re in Dangriga, make a point of stopping into the Pen Cayetano Studio Gallery. Here you’ll find some of the finest handmade artworks, crafts, and textiles in Belize, all for sale and housed in an early colonial home. Owner Pen Cayetano is one of Belize’s preeminent musicians and artists. With his family band The...
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Cave tubing is an adventure that you can only have in Belize, because only here will you find the blend of ancient wonder and unspoiled beauty that makes it possible. There’s a reason that cave tubing is on most people’s Belize bucket list. Ride the River After a ride along the scenic Hummingbird Highway, you...
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Located in the heart of Central America, the idyllic nation of Belize offers an abundance of amazing places to visit. On your visit to this peaceful, democratic, scenic, and English-speaking nation, you will discover some of the most remarkable sights, sounds, and experiences anywhere on Earth.    Belize Barrier Reef If you want to get...
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Person swimming in Belize
Looking for a great place to cool off on a hot day? Toledo District, the southernmost district in Belize, has some of the best places to swim in a beautiful outdoor setting. One of the finest places to swim is located in Blue Creek Village. A traditional Maya village as well as home to several...
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Belize’s Unique Music has captured the world due to its diversity You do the Tango in Argentina and the Samba in Brazil. Andean music is part of Chile’s national heritage while the Mambo’s home turf is Cuba. Even though Belize is fast becoming the Caribbean’s premier vacation destination, not everyone knows that there’s a rich...
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San Ignacia Belize
The eco-tourism capital of Belize’s western Cayo District, San Ignacio is a bustling market town and the second most populous inhabited area in the country. Here’s our suggested itinerary for an amazing weekend in San Ignacio: Day 1 – Saturday  No trip to Belize would be complete without a visit to the open-air market in...
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Jaguar looking up
The British travel magazine Wanderlust recently published an article on some of the greatest wildlife experiences on land and sea in Belize. The article discussed just a tiny selection from the wide range of interesting marine and land animals that are found in Belize, including sharks, toucans, monkeys, and jaguars. Coming in at top spot,...
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View of the ocean
Interested in Sailing Tours In Belize? Imagine the warm Caribbean sun on your face and a cool breeze in the air as you sail through one of the most mesmerizing places on the entire planet. Ragamuffin Tours has worked hard to put together the ultimate Belize sailing tour. It starts at Caye Caulker in northern...
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