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Belize photographers share their best photos of 2013

At the beginning of this year I reached out to a few of the top photographers in Belize and asked them to feature their best photographs of 2013. I soon found out that it’s hard to ask a photographer to quickly narrow down their favourite photos on a random request, especially during Belize’s high tourism […]

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Belize Tourism Statistics 2013

Editor’s note: The Belize tourism statistics for 2013 are in and I must say I am impressed with the numbers. Compared to other countries, 294,000 tourist arrivals (roughly) in a year may sound meagre but for a country with a population of 330,000 it makes a huge impact to the local economy. I believe that […]

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Butterfly Falls, Belize

What a Belize vacation looks like (Video)

Today I’m sharing a viral video that showcases what a Belize vacation looks like. This adventure packed video titled Ruins, Rivers and Reefs makes it clear that Belize is an ideal destination for families and couples seeking authentic experiences that will provide unforgettable travel memories. So if you’re either a budget traveler or seeking a […]

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Top Things to do in Belize City

There aren’t many attractions in downtown Belize City, but there’s plenty of things to do nearby. After numerous emails, I’ve decided to make a list of activities for one-day cruise passengers and business trip travelers who are staying in the city for the weekend or a few days. In no particular order, here are 18 […]

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Belize Barrier Reef view from Blue Water Grill

San Pedro’s Best Food Spots

San Pedro has the best restaurants in Belize, period. This is due to the fact that Ambergris Caye is Belize’s most popular tourist destination and it has been that way for many, many, many years. There are two other main factors that support their food scene, one, they have a large expat community (see: why […]

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30 ways to save money on a Belize vacation

Money saving tips are always handy, especially when you’re on vacation. And since travel to Belize isn’t cheap, I’m sure you’ll appreciate my list of 30 ways you can save money on a Belize vacation. However, if you’re too frugal, it might dampen your experience; so browse through the recommendations below and decide which are […]

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Garinagu people of Belize

Belizean Music is Simple, yet Extraordinary

Belizean music is a mixture of Kriol, Mestizo, Garifuna, and Maya. Each culture is known for a special genre but the general population listens and dances to everything. You might believe that the music of Belize has achieved little worldwide recognition, but with one out of every three Belizeans living in the US, and international stars such as Andy […]

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San Ignacio, Cayo’s Best Food Spots

San Ignacio town, or as it’s locally known “Cayo”, is the ideal place to go in Belize if you are seeking adventure. This small 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. Visitors […]

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El Secreto is the newest luxury resort in Northern Ambergris Caye

Top 15 Luxury Hotels in Belize

Here I am including a list of what I consider the best luxury hotels 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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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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