A dream vacation in Belize is awaiting you. Coupled with beautiful sunny weather, friendly people, and popular attractions. In fact, these include the diverse marine habitat of the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. Coupled with amazing ceremonial caves, and some of the most delicious cuisine anywhere on the planet.
Belize is truly a tropical paradise, with perfect weather nearly all year round. Temperatures fluctuate slightly from month to month, but most days are warm and sunny. These are often accompanied with cool, refreshing breezes at night. In Belize you will enjoy two main weather seasons, the wet and dry. The dry season is typically from December to May. However, this period is also the time when the temperatures dip a bit and some rain may also occur with the cold fronts. Subsequently, the wet season is also considered great sunny weather, typically with high temperatures and occasional rains.
A protected UNESCO heritage site is the Belize Barrier Reef. Home to thousands of unique species of fish, sharks, and marine invertebrates. In addition to hundreds of islands, known locally as Cayes (pronounced “keys”), dot the reef, giving visitors unparalleled opportunities to fish, dive, sail, and snorkel.
Often described as the “planet’s lungs,” the rain-forest of Belize is home to a wide variety of exotic flora and fauna. In fact, this natural ecosystem is the best place for bird watching. As many as 587 birds have been recorded in Belize. In addition to birding, travelers can explore medicinal trails. The ancient Mayan shamans used medicinal plants gathered from the rain-forest to heal people. On the other hand, if you’re interested in seeing jaguars or monkeys in their natural habitat, or observing gentle tapirs at play, the rain-forest in Belize is wonderfully diverse ecosystem to explore.
Belize has the most extensive cave system in the world, and Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave has been ranked by National Geographic as the number one best sacred cave to explore in the world. Hundreds of caves are still waiting to be explored in the Chiquibul Reserve. Less intrepid visitors can explore sacred cave sites used by the ancient Maya to perform religious rituals.
Belize is the heartland of the Ancient Mayan Empire, with hundreds of ruined cities and temple sites now open to visitors. Popular Maya destinations include Cahal Pech, Xunatunich and Altun Ha. The world-renowned Mayan city of Tikal is just over the border in neighboring Guatemala, easily explored by visitors to Belize.
Belize is home to some of the best food in the world, an eclectic mix of different styles, with contributions from each of the country’s indigenous people. Whether you enjoy fresh lobster or other seafood like shrimp and conch, spicy Caribbean-themed dishes, flavorful Mexican recipes, or hearty African-inspired fare, Belize has it all.
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