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Christmas in Belize With an abundance of sunshine, warm weather, and old-fashioned holiday cheer, Christmas in Belize is truly something special. If you’re looking to escape the winter blues and want to enjoy an amazing holiday vacation in Belize, there are plenty of exciting things to do and see. Christmas Parades Christmas is a festive...
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Two dirt bikes
Whether you want to explore the smaller roads and byways or simply want to truly go off-road to get to some of the most scenic and wild places in Belize, renting a dirt bike is an economical and fun way to get around. You will need a driver’s license to rent a 150cc dirt bike...
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Blue Hole in Belize
Forbes magazine recently revealed that a scientific expedition to explore Belize’s Great Blue Hole will be joined by Sir Richard Branson, one of the wealthiest individuals in Britain. According to Forbes, Branson will personally be on board an advanced submersible vehicle as it traverses the murky depths of the most famous and iconic dive site...
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Jardehl Muschamp Barca in his sporting career
Belize may be a small country, but it is increasingly making its presence felt in the sports world. FC Barcelona, widely known as Barça to its fans, has just announced that it will be accepting Belizean footballer Jardel Muschamp into its elite PreAcademy Team. Jardel Muschamp, age 16, is the son of legendary footballer Hilbertyo...
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Hopkins in Belizze
Hopkins is one of the most picturesque villages in Belize. Primarily inhabited by the Garifuna people, Hopkins is located on the southeastern Caribbean coast in Stann Creek District and has been voted numerous times as the Friendliest Village in Belize. Located adjacent to where the Sittee River meets the Caribbean, Hopkins Village fronts a large,...
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Diving in Placencia Belize From all around the globe, people flock to the amazing waters of Belize in order to enjoy top-quality scuba diving. A combination of balmy weather, crystal clear waters, and a thriving marine ecosystem make Belize the perfect place for scuba diving. Just a few miles off the coast of Belize lies...
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Moss in the Southern parts of Belize
Far from the huge crowds and maddening thongs of popular attractions like Ambergris Caye, southern Belize is an oasis of undeveloped land, pristine nature, and wildlife. Seven large parks and numerous nature reserves protect the lush rainforests, rivers, waterfalls, and wetlands of the south, making the area a great place for visitors to explore the...
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  It seems like 2018 has just started and yet, we’re already here in March. If you’ve been considering visiting Belize this year, here are some amazing tours that should definitely be on your holiday wishlist: Visit an Ancient Maya City Abandoned more than 1,000 years ago, the mighty cities of the Ancient Maya were...
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A lively scene of two Garifuna women dancing gracefully to the beat of traditional drums.
One of the unique things you can do in Belize is partake in a cultural tour to the Garifuna village of Hopkins on the Caribbean coast. The Garifuna make up just 4% of the country’s population, but their unusual history and special contributions to the music, dance, and cuisine of Belize has made them a...
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Athletics track
The Seine Bight village on the Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize will host the fifth annual Kaina Martinez Track and Field Games on July 22-23, 2017. Named for Kaina Martinez, an Olympic athlete who represented Belize in the 2012 Games in London, the Kaina Martinez Track and Field Games features young athletes between the ages...
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