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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 San Ignacio. Located right on the banks of the Macal River, this colorful market is where traders from all over the region come to swap gossip, hawk local

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, to no one's surprise, was the Central American jaguar. The largest big cat species in the Western Hemisphere, the jaguar was worshipped by the ancient Maya.

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 Belize and finishes in the colorful town of Dangriga on the southeastern coast. For three days, you'll be sailing through some of the most majestic parts of the Belize Barrier Reef, a

Belize has a plethora of cultures and nationalities amongst its beautiful people who have been voted as one of the friendliest on the planet.  Over the last 100 years, various ethnic groups have been created in the country. Today, visitors to Belize can find peoples of different ethnicities such as the Creole, Mestizo, Mennonites, Maya, Chinese, Lebanese, East-Indians and the Garifuna. In this article, we will be highlighting the Garifuna, a unique and resilient group of people who are of both

If you're looking for a fun and exciting summer vacation, look no further than the Placencia Peninsula in Belize. Located on the Caribbean coast in southeastern Belize, the Placencia Peninsula is 16 miles of golden sand beaches, iconic fishing villages, quirky cafes, seafood restaurants, and beautiful ocean views. The Placencia Peninsula is close to all of the best things to see and do in Belize, including the nearby Belize Barrier Reef with its hundreds of gorgeous islands. You can play castaway

A narrow north-south peninsula located in southeastern Belize, Placencia is one of the most beautiful areas of the country. In a land renowned for its beaches, the golden sands of Placencia offer visitors a chance to enjoy nature at its finest while admiring stunning views of the Caribbean Sea. Here are 5 additional reasons why you should definitely visit Placencia, Belize on your vacation: 1 - Guinness Book of Records The lovely Placencia Village, the unofficial capital of the peninsula, is home to

Belize Roadway Guidance Barefoot Rentals and Services has a modern fleet of vehicles, dirt bikes, and golf carts so that visitors can enjoy exploring the beauty and wonder of Belize at their own pace. In order to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable time while driving in Belize, we have prepared this handy guide. If you have a valid driver's license in your home country, you can rent and operate a motor vehicle in Belize. Belize is easy to navigate

Currently ranked as the hottest activity to do in Placencia by TripAdvisor, a trip to Ranguana Caye is a chance to see Belize's spectacular natural scenery at its finest. In Belize, islands are known as cayes (pronounced "keys"), and Ranguana Caye is truly something special. A tiny, two-acre island surrounded by the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, Ranguana Caye is the ideal setting for anyone who wants to play "castaway on a tropical island." A privately-owned island, Ranguana Caye

Located in the Stann Creek District of southeastern Belize, Placencia is a small village that has seen a transformation in recent years from a sleepy fishing town to a popular tourist destination. Strategically located close to some of the most popular mainland destinations and pristine jungle highlands as well having some of the best beaches fronting the Caribbean that are just a few miles from the Belize Barrier Reef, the second-largest barrier reef in the world, Placencia is an ideal

Regular visitors to Belize know that driving in this country can sometimes be quite an adventure. Although there are four paved highways crisscrossing Belize that are well maintained, much of the rest of the country still relies on dirt and bumpy roads that add unique challenges for anyone considering driving a car. Sometimes, signs and markers are hand-painted or posted only at rare intervals, making it hard to find some of the smaller villages and nature sites. But with a sturdy