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BELIZE

BELIZE: A Caribbean tropical paradise.

Belize is a small and hotspot Caribbean country for the lovers of the fresh sea breeze, lush nature, wildlife, Mayan sacred sites and definitely a top ecotourism destination. Actually, few other countries offer such a rich diversity of ecosystems packed into a relatively small area (most of it undeveloped).

Internationally best known for its extreme biodiversity and distinctive ecosystems (dense jungles with howler monkeys and jaguars, natural reserves, mountain pine forests, mangroves, palm-fringed beaches, bonefish flats, rivers, caves, coral atolls rimmed by fish-rich reefs and a large variety of different species of flora).

On the coast, there is a swampy coastal plain with mangrove swamps and in the south and interior, hills and low mountains, and it is the holder of the largest cave system in Central America and of the second largest barrier reef in the world (shared with Honduras) after Australia.

Around here you are going to hear familiar words of the English language, because it’s the country’s official language (being the only English language-speaking country in Central America), however; a relaxed Kriol is the language that the locals speak.

There is no end to the fun and adventure here.

Next, a list (regardless its order) of its trendiest and hotspots destinations for you to plan your best vacation holiday travel package in Belize.

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Caye Caulker

An Emerald, fun-loving, and sandy Caye, where the pace is as slow as the waters. It is the second-largest Belize cayes (about 4 miles long) and definitely a hotspot destination for those who want beach-oriented relaxation, ecotourism, and adventure. It has become one of the leading destinations in the country, and it is internationally best known due to its charming beach shores and watersheds’ ideal location. Actually, there’s no better location than this one for your Caribbean needs.
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Ambergris Caye

Famous for the turquoise seascapes surrounding the island, which matches the character and Caribbean charm of the destination. It is located in the clear shallow waters of the Caribbean Sea just off the tip of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, commonly referred to as the “Isla Bonita”, the largest island of Belize (about 40 kilometers), and it is primarily a ring of white sand beach around a mangrove swamp in the center. Its coastline is protected by the 190 miles long Barrier Reef, the second-largest living coral reef in the world, and back in the ancient Mayan times, Ambergris Caye was a trading post because of its ideal location.
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Placencia Peninsula

The beach town of Placencia is a charming village located on the gorgeous Placencia Emerald Peninsula with more than 16 miles of sandy beaches. This village has become one of the leading vacation destinations in the country, and it’s internationally best known due to its calmness, charming beach shores, and watersheds’ ideal location. With the Belize barrier reef and the rainforest located just around the corner, there’s no better location than this one.
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Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens & Sunken barge

The country’s oldest and most significant marine reserve, Hol Chan (the narrow channel in the Mayan language), home to more than 160 species of fish, along with nearly 40 species of corals, plus mammals and sea turtles. This is one; it’s the essential snorkeling & diving site of all. And by the way, it doesn’t matter if you have experience, as it is perfect for beginners or advanced.
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Silk Cayes Marine Reserve

Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve (GSSCMR) are a protected marine reserve in the central part of Belize’s Barrier Reef. It is considered one of the world’s hot spots destinations for snorkeling because of the abundance of aquatic life (where you actually have the opportunity to snorkel with several fish stocks, giant turtles, rays, and sharks), the coral reef biodiversity, and healthy corals.
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The Great Blue Hole at Lighthouse Reef Atoll

The Lighthouse Reef Atoll and the Great Blue Hole are just small pieces of the Belize Barrier Reef system (one of the world’s most pristine marine ecosystems) and one of the most fantastic dive sites on planet earth. This mysterious marine sinkhole was most likely formed during the last Ice Age (when the global sea level was much lower). It contains many geologic features, including limestone stalactites and stalagmites, composed of fringing, barrier, and atoll reefs. It stretches 300 meters across and reaches depths of more than 120 meters, which intrigue all divers. While the reefs around it are teeming with life, the poor circulation of oxygen and lack of light at the bottom of the hole creates an inhospitable environment for most life forms.
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Cockscomb basin wildlife sanctuary and jaguar preserve

A worldwide premier site for jaguar preservation, and established to protect the forests, fauna, and watersheds eastern slopes of the Maya Mountains. Actually, the first protected area for the protection of the jaguar (Panthera onca). Its name ‘Cockscomb’ derives from the appearance of the Cockscomb Mountain ridge, which resembles a rooster’s comb, situated at the northern fringe of the reserve. and easily visible from the coastal plain of the Caribbean Sea.
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Mountain pine ridge forest reserve

Mountain Pine Ridge (MPR) is the oldest and largest protected forested area in Belize, covering 300 square miles. You will be surprised about the sharp contrast with the tropical landscape; because the landscape is filled with pine needles rather than palm fronts around here. Not surprisingly, the wildlife is very different from the lowlands with deep ravines, traverse dramatic granite expanses atop the Maya Mountains, meandering rivers, streams, waterfalls, and pools amid the sweet fragrance of the evergreens.
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San Ignacio

The heart and soul of the Cayo District and one of the most entertaining and touristic places in Belize. It lies along the Belize River (near the Guatemalan border), and with its brother town Santa Elena make up Belize’s second-largest urban area. The two towns are separated by the Macal River and Belize’s only suspension bridge. San Ignacio is used as a base to visit the beautiful places in its surroundings; standing out the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, canoeing along the Macal River, and visiting archaeological sites such as Kahal Pech (a ceremonial and commercial center with seven Mayan temples and where new ceramic techniques were developed).
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ATM Cave

Actun Tunichil Muknal, or the “Cave of the Stone Sepulchre,” is one of the top Cave destinations worldwide because of its geological beauty (crystalline stalactites and stalagmites), but also historically as it is a natural museum of ancient Mayan artifacts and a sacred burial place. The final resting place of the Crystal Maiden (whose bones have been calcified to a sparkling and crystallized appearance), an ancient Mayan ceremonial victim, and 13 other skeletal remains, including men, women, and children. The ancient Maya also modified cave formations here, in some instances to create altars for offerings, in others to create silhouettes of faces and animals or to project a shadow image into the cave. The cave is extensively decorated with cave formations in the upper passages.
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Barton Creek Cave

A cave which is still to be explored and stretches for around 4.5 miles. Like most of the underground caverns in the Mayan territory, the ancients used these for ceremonial purposes. Indeed the entrance to the infra world or Xibalba. So get ready to experience a relaxed but exciting canoe trip inside a mountain on an ancient waterway.
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Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch

Located at the Caves Branch archaeological reserve, Nohoch Che’en is an extensive limestone caves northwest of Belmopan. The Caves Branch River flows through nine caves, providing ideal conditions for floating through on a rubber tube, kayaking, spelunking, or allowing the exploration of its side passages that lead to other shelters, such as the spectacular Crystal Cave.
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Xunantunich

Which translates to “maiden of the rock,” alluding to a woman (spirit) who appears on the site, is a Classic Period ceremonial center of the ancient Maya and located in the Cayo District (above the Mopan River). The Mayan sacred site has numerous stone structures, and its principal building, the impressive “El Castillo,” is 130 feet high, making it the second tallest manufactured ancient building in Belize. It’s the axis Mundi of the site and is also referred to as the place where the stone woman appears and then ascends and disappears on top. From the top of the “castle,” those who braved the climbing and altitude can spot a great bird’s eye view of the fantastic foliage around them. Below, one of the lower temples is known for its large stucco frieze.
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Caracol

“Three Water Hill” or “Three Hills Lord,” but today, the sacred Mayan site is known as Caracol from the Spanish word “snail shell.” Why? Because of the enormous amounts of snail shells left behind by the original inhabitants. Its most famous attraction is the Sky Palace temple or Canaa, which measures more than 136 feet high (the tallest ancient manufactured structure in the country), and the whole sacred site is the largest one (across 75 square miles with over 35,000 buildings), an area greater than Belize City.
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Altun Ha

Or “Rockstone Pond” is a Mayan sacred site cataloged as a high-level commercial center and a place where its former inhabitants dedicated themselves totally to the commerce crossing the Belize River to make commercial agreements with other minor Mayan sites of its surroundings. It has numerous Mayan Temples and Palaces, where it excels the Temple of the Green Tomb, where elite priest-kings were buried with luxurious items, such as jade, pottery, and pearls.

So take a look at our travel proposals and selected activities, and get ready to live the best vacation holiday travel packages in Belize. A Caribbean Tropical paradise.

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