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Things to do in Belize

Belize is listed on PADI’s top 10 best diving and snorkeling destinations. Home to the world’s second largest living barrier reef, Belize offers an extraordinary diving experience ... morefor all snorkelers and divers. One of the most popular diving and snorkeling sites in Belize is the Hol Chan Marine Reserve.
Over 60% of Belize is covered in jungle, much of it protected, including the world’s first jaguar sanctuary at Cockscomb Basin. Equipped with my adventure list, I stumbled upon Sweet ... moreSongs Jungle Lodge, a Muy’Ono Resort in San Ignacio and knew that was the perfect fit. Not only would I be able to visit Xunanutnich, but I would be able to ride a horse there, it’s that close to the lodge.
Helicopter tours in Belize are the best way to explore and see more of Belize…above and beyond! These helicopter tours include both fly-overs and activity stops at some of the best ... moreattractions in Belize.
Belize Ocean Club offers the ideal setting for families to come face to face with nature and immerse themselves in the untouched beauty of Belize. Set on Maya Beach, just a short journey ... moreaway from the quaint village of Placencia and all the activities the country has to offer, the resort is perfectly situated for access to both jungle and ocean adventures, overlooking the Placencia natural lagoon and the breathtaking views of the Maya Mountains running through Belize.
With more than 570 avian species thriving in its varied ecosystems, Belize provides wonderful, year-round experiences for the best bird watching in Belize!
Want to discover what's there to do for kids in the summer? Banana Bank Lodge offers a fun horseback riding summer camp in Belize, perfect for family vacations!
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November calls for celebrating the arrival of the Garifuna people in Belize. Find some interesting cultural immersion activities to do in San Pedro, Belize.
The Garifuna culture is rich and vibrant. Their music, food and dancing, are rooted in strong traditional practices which form an integral part of their day to day life. On your next ... morevisit to Belize, immerse yourself in our culture. Be sure to dance some punta, beat some drums and taste some delicious hudut. We are sure you will have a most memorable time!
The La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge is the longest canoe race of its kind in Central America consisting of 170 miles of paddling along the Belize River over the course of 4 days. ... moreThe race has been listed as one of the world-renowned Peak Races' 100 Toughest Races in the World. It is held annually in the month of March and it brings together about 90-100 teams of professional and amateur paddlers from all over the world.
September in Belize is arguably one of the most wonderful times of the year! Why? It is the best time to indulge in authentic music, food, and festivities!
Any idea on what to do in Central America during the month of September? Well, we’ve got you covered! September is one of the most patriotic and exciting months of the entire year ... morein central America as many countries celebrate their independence.
Planning for your winter vacation to Belize? Here are 12 reasons why Banyan Bay Suites is your premier tropical Christmas destination!