The crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean and many coral reefs make the diving and snorkeling in Belize some of the most spectacular in the world. A must is a visit to Belize’s Barrier Reef, the second largest reef in the world, and the largest preserved reef system in the world. This ribbon of glorious blues, turquoises and aquamarines is one of the most spectacular spots packed with colourful corals and marine life.
The jungle landscape of Gallon’s Jug and Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve offers a wealth of wildlife and Maya history and is the perfect place for those looking for an adventure in Latin America. Here you can discover meandering rivers, elusive jaguars, pumas and tapirs, and towering ancient Maya temples, all framed by the jungle.
Down on the coast of Palencia the offbeat charm of the Caribbean really shows itself, where the charmingly rustic lifestyle and best beaches in Belize draws in writers, artists, intrepid travelers and the world famous looking to let their hair down and some bohemian luxury. Where beach bars mingle with luxury hotels, and fishing boats bob alongside glorious catamarans, this is the perfect place for those looking to take it easy and for some of the Belizean lifestyle.
Beautiful hotels in the most iconic locations, private helicopter flights over volcanoes, kaleidoscopic reefs and magical sunsets over Maya temples, this journey takes you from Guatemala to Belize in style.
The most stylish beach hotel on the mainland, the Turtle Inn is one of two Francis Ford Coppola hotels in Belize. Chic bungalows are just steps from the beach, and the attractions of Placencia are within easy reach.
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