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San Ignacio, Cayo’s Best Food Spots (2017)

San Ignacio town, or as it’s colloquially known “Cayo“, is the ideal place to go in Belize if you are seeking adventure. This small and quaint town acts a hub for travelers in search of jungle expeditions, tours to ancient Maya cities, caves, and countless other eco-activities that get you up close to nature. What […]

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The Top Most Romantic Places in Belize

I’m not an expert in destination weddings or honeymoon getaways but there’s something that is clear to me…Belize is special…Belize is magical…Belize is perfect for romance. I have been all over Belize and have worked in the tourism industry for yea. Through my experience, I have encountered many couples vacationing in Belize and most of the time […]

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The Day Of The Dead

Although, the Day of the Dead (also known as el Dia de los Muertos and Los Finados) is most prominently celebrated in Mexico in November, it is also very popular in many villages and towns in Belize. This is due to the fact that the tradition of celebrating the life and death of lost loved […]

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Tips for Backpacking in Belize

Backpacking in Belize can be both enjoyable and budget friendly if you follow a few basic tips. The country is ideally located in Central America yet it’s more like a Caribbean island. It is small, safe, easy to explore, and locals are friendly and helpful. Luckily, it’s also an English speaking country. Just make sure […]

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September Celebrations in Belize

September is a great time to be in Belize. It’s the tourism off-season, which means cheaper prices on accommodations/ tours, and you can also partake in the festive September Celebrations. The most important date is September 21, Belize’s Independence Day, but there are many festivities throughout the country for almost two weeks leading up to […]

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Top 5 Hostels in Belize (Recently Updated)

Love it or hate it, backpacking has been a quintessential component of travel since curiosity first lured us out to explore the world. Unfortunately, Belize has been late in the game to cater to backpackers and low-budget travellers; however, in the past few years, many new and impressive hostels and affordable guesthouses have been popping up […]

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Top 17 Luxury Hotels in Belize (Recently Updated)

Here I am including a list of what I consider the best luxury hotels and resorts in Belize right now. Each place has something unique to offer, whether they are a hip boutique hotel with all the modern comforts and world-class amenities or a rustic Eco-haven in the middle of nowhere. If you think that […]

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Top Eco Lodges in Belize (Recently Updated)

After sharing the immensely popular article on the top luxury hotels in Belize, I realized that a list of the best Eco Lodges in Belize was past due. Belize is famed as a beach destination for its diving (Great Blue Hole) and snorkeling (Hol-Chan), however, slowly it is gaining traction as a nature-based destination and […]

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A simple guide to buying Real Estate in Belize

The Belize real estate market is currently hot and I’m here to answer a few of your concerns. You probably Googled this how-to guide because you either saw a Buy Belize commercial or personally visited Belize, dipped your toes in our turquoise waters, climbed the ancient Mayan ruins and ate rice and beans with our […]

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Touring Tikal, Guatemala with David Meerman Scott

Many visitors travel to the western part of Belize particularly San Ignacio Town to explore attractions like cascading waterfalls, ceremonial caves, pristine rainforests, jungle rivers, and also visit the spectacular and ancient Maya Metropolis of Tikal in Peten, Guatemala. Just two hours away from the Belizean/ Guatemalan border, Tikal was once the sprawling capital of the […]

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