Getting To Belize

Located in Central America, Belize is easy to travel to from almost everywhere.

Unfortunately, airfare to Belize is not cheap. The main carriers are United, Delta and American Airlines with the main cities they depart from being New York, Miami, Houston and Atlanta – also, sometimes Los Angeles and Chicago. If you’re coming from Canada, you’ll definitely have to have a connection in the US. The same goes if you’re traveling from South America, Australia and Europe. Passengers from Central America fly using Avianca with a usual stop in El Salvador.

These flights all land at the Phillip Goldson International Airport code (BZE), known locally as PGIA.

Land transportation is the most inexpensive way of getting to Belize. This includes Mexico’s ADO buses from Cancun and Playa del Carmen to Belize City and Linea Dorada buses from Guatemala City and Flores, Peten to Melchor de Menchos, a small town next to the Western border of Belize. Private transfers can also be arranged.

See: 10 reasons to visit Belize

Getting to Belize by land

ADO Bus

Mexico to Belize

Linea Dorada

Guatemala to Belize

Getting to Belize by air

American Airlines

Flights to Belize through Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, New York and Miami

Delta Airlines

Flights to Belize from Atlanta, Los Angeles and recently, Chicago

United Airlines

Flights to Belize from Houston, Dallas and New York

US Airways

Flights to Belize from Charlotte

Avianca

Flights to Belize from Los Angeles, Canada and Central America

Tropic Air (Regional and Local)

Flights to Belize from Flores, Guatemala/ Cancun and Merida in Mexico and Roaton and San Pedro Sula in Honduras

 

To help you plan your trip to Belize, consider looking at where to go in Belize, the best time to visittop things to do and travel resources. If you would like personal travel advice, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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