Belize Vacations are as varied as the country itself. One of the main attractions of Belize is that you can be snorkeling in the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean Sea one day, and exploring ancient Maya Archeological Sites the next. Here we feature over 100 Belize Destinations.


San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, also known as “La Isla Bonita” is the largest and most visited island in Belize.


The picturesque Placencia Peninsula is quickly becoming a premiere tourist destination in Belize.


Hopkins is a small Garifuna village located on the coast, eight miles south of Dangriga town.


Caye Caulker is known for its cool, laid-back island life.Caye Caulker has maintained its cozy island appeal.


High up in the hills of the Hummingbird Highway, one of the many branches of the Sibun River makes Read More


In 1983 the Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center was established to provide a home for wild Read More


Lamanai lies along the shores of the beautiful New River Lagoon in the Orange Walk District.


Studied by countless archeologists over the last century and distinguished as the first Maya Site Read More


Altun Ha means “Water of the Rock, which is the Maya translation of the nearby village of Rockstone Pond.

Lush mountainous landscapes

It is believed by some that the unique ecosystems of the Mountain Pine Ridge were created centuries Read More


Established in 1994 and managed by the Rio Blanco Mayan Association (RBMA), residents of Santa Cruz Read More


Belize City sits on a small peninsula along the coast, overlooking the Caribbean Sea.


Of the three atolls in Belize, Turneffe is the closest to mainland, about 24 Read More


Some 50 miles southeast of Belize City is Lighthouse Reef Atoll, the most Read More


There are only four atolls in the entire Atlantic region; three of them are Read More


An economy based primarily on the sugar industry, the town has a relaxed atmosphere.

Peccaries can be seen from the road

From Orange Walk, the journey to Gallon Jug takes about three hours, allowing plenty of time to Read More


The Mennonites of Orange Walk settled there in the 1950's. In 1958 the group split into two Read More

Banquitas Historical Exhibition

The newly constructed Banquitas House of Culture in Orange Walk Town is a must see for visitors Read More

Being swallowed by its jungle home

Hinting to the short-lived sugar industry in the Stann Creek District, the 19th Century ruins of Read More

Football field in village

A look up into the clear blue sky above reveals a wonderful collage of brilliant colors flying Read More

Drums Monument

Dangriga, the largest town in the Stann Creek District is located 55 miles from Belmopan and 105 miles from Belize City.

Well-marked Trail

The Jaguar Preserve is located in the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. In 1984 the area was Read More


San Antonio is one of the thirty-five Mayan villages in the Toledo district, and has the largest Read More


Traveling 200 miles down the Southern Highway transports visitors to the most southerly town in Read More

Easter Sunday Mass

Barranco is Belize’s southernmost coastal village. Looking southeast, the hills of Honduras are Read More

Friendly Mennonite boy

Spanish Lookout is Belize’s most modern Mennonite community located Read More


Towering 130 feet into the clouds and reaching 6 feet across, the majestic feat of nature known as Read More


Clarissa Falls is a pleasant recreational spot 5 minutes from San Ignacio Town going further west Read More


In 1961, the infamous Hurricane Hattie swept over Belize City, destroying what was then the capital Read More


Hidden in a scenic valley in the Cayo District, the 45-acre Belize Botanic Gardens is alive with Read More


The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Belize’s many wildlife reserves. Over 540 species Read More


The Community Baboon Sanctuary is located almost thirty miles from Belize City, and is possibly one Read More

Taking in the view

Just off the main road in the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve, before reaching Augustine Village, lies Read More


The Mayflower Bocawina National Park, just recently declared a National Park in 2001, can be found Read More


Deep in the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve, the tallest waterfall in Belize and all of Central America Read More


Deep in the escarpment of the Mountain Pine Ridge, Big Rock Falls is another of the area's Read More


One of the most accessible caves in the country sits among the dense tropical forests of the Read More


The waterfall with its blue crystalline cascade is the stunning foreground of the massive circular Read More


Che Chem Ha cave is an off-the-beaten-path destination located about 16 miles from San Ignacio Town Read More


Hidden in the small Mennonite Community of Barton Creek along the Chiquibul Road in the Cayo Read More


Located in the northernmost district northwest of Corozal Town, Santa Rita has been identified as Read More


Nim Li Punit is located just northeast of the village of Indian Creek in the Toledo district. This Read More


Lubaantun, “Place of the Fallen Stones” in Yucatec Maya, is located about one mile from the San Read More


Hidden within the lush tropical forests of the Rio Bravo Conservation Area, is one of Belize's Read More


Just four miles from Orange Walk Town on the Yo Creek Road lies the oldest Mayan Site in Belize. Read More


Cerros is also referred to as Cerro Maya “Maya Hill”, and is located on the small peninsula Read More


Caracol is Belize’s largest known ancient Mayan city, covering over Read More