Unbelievable Travel Destination Belize

Unbelievable or unbelize…able Belize!! And that is exactly how I would describe the blue waters around the Belize Barrier reef.  The Belize reef is the second largest reef in the world! The reefs and uncountable cayes are a sailing, scuba and snorkel paradise, where you spot over hundreds of tropical fish and colorful different shaped corals; including the world-known Blue Hole. This famous Blue Hole is a natural wonder and best seen by plane. If you google Belize, this picture is shown first in the searches.

Caye Caulker is a hot spot for snorkeling, party and has a laidback Rasta vibe. The easygoing towns Hopkins and more US orientated Placencia are perfect to chill and stroll around and have easy access to the reefs. In Belize the jungle is not far away from wherever you are and full with natural parks (Belize Zoo), wildlife sanctuaries and protected areas with a high density of Maya civilizations. Did you know that the Toucan is the natural bird of Belize?! The renowned Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) cave close to San Ignacio is an adventure to visit and experience the Maya culture all at ones.

Belize is not the most visited country in Central America, but not sure why? It is not cheap and not real backpackers county, but I found it worth all the money and time and had a blast with the Rastafari people! A big advantage for most people is that you can speak English in Belize, Spanish is the second language. In all my separate blogs I will give you inspirations, information and tips to plan your travel to Belize. Hope you like it and please let me know 

San Ingnacio Sign in town of San Ingnacio Belize, Belize Travel Blog

San Ignacio & ATM cave

I arrived in San Ignacio, Cayo District of Belize by bus from Flores, Guatemala. I have to admit I had a culture shock. The nature is almost the...
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Toucan at the Belize Zoo in Belize, Belize Travel Blog

Belize Zoo & TEC Lodge

When I was planning my trip to Central America and Belize, I wanted to go to the highlights but left some time to do unplanned activities as well....
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Local kid playing at the beach in Belize, Belize Travel Blog

Tips before you travel to Belize

After traveling through Mexico and Guatemala first; I really had to adjust a couple of days to the different way of traveling, culture, people and costs in Belize....
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Belizean flag in Belize, Belize Travel Blog

Route for 2-3 weeks Belize

In this travel blog inspirations, tips and information on a route through Belize, Central America. Belize is beautiful and different than the rest of Central America. It has...
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Sailing view barrier reef during Sailing tour Raggamuffin Belize, Belize Travel Blog

Raggamuffin Sailing Tour

I love sailing!!! After my Panama San Blas sailing experience I wanted to learn sailing and have my own boat one day. I love to be in and...
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Painted Chair at beach in Placencia Belize, Belize Travel Blog

Laidback Hopkins & Placencia

Hopkins and Placencia are located in the South of Belize, Central America; both with their own vibe, atmosphere and characteristics. Both very different but both laidback and perfect...
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The Split view on Caye Caulker Belize, Belize Travel Blog

Colorful Caye Caulker & Blue Hole

The Rastafarian vibe gave me the real holiday feeling on Caye Caulker; nice cooling breeze, palm trees, reggae music, fresh fish, turquoise waters, white sand, clear waters and...
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