#13 Cork Street
Belize City, Belize
The picturesque Hummingbird Highway snakes through the Maya Mountains leading visitors from the north to the jewels of southern Belize. In the Stann Creek district the larger towns and villages are on the coast, providing equal opportunity for inland and marine activities. The vibrant local cultures of the Maya and the Garifuna are alive with rich traditions in this part of Belize, which is also home to the world’s first Jaguar reserve, the intricate architecture of the Maya site at Lubantuun and over five marine protected areas offshore.
A Belizean Nirvana
Green Parrot Beach Houses And Resort
Hopkins Bay Resort
Laru Beya Resort
Los Porticos Villas
Pelican Beach Resort – Dangriga
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Over 200 white sand islands, locally known as “cayes” (pronounced “keys”) dot the turquoise waters off the length of Belize’s coast, each unique whether by its location – inside the reef, on the reef or, on an atoll outside the magnificent Belize Barrier Reef. The larger islands in the north support charming towns and villages while elsewhere on the 185 mile barrier reef, smaller private islands provide exclusive getaways.
Caye Caulker Plaza Hotel
Ramon’s Village Resort
San Pedro Holiday Hotel
St. George’s Caye Resort
Xanadu Island Resort
Ecotourism adventures abound in Cayo, the largest district in Belize which is the gateway into Belize from Guatemala and also home to the capital city of Belmopan. An astonishing 880,000 acres of protected land in the form of nature reserves and national parks is an unsurpassed combination with Belize’s largest Maya sites and Central America’s largest cave system.
A range of luxurious jungle lodges to local bed and breakfasts provide extensive options from which to base explorations.
Banana Bank Lodge & Jungle Horseback Adventures
Calico Jack’s Village
Caves Branch Adventure Co. & Jungle Lodge
Hidden Valley Inn
Pooks Hill Lodge
San Ignacio Resort Hotel
Northern Belize is the gateway to Belize from Mexico. The Corozal and Orange Walk districts offer understated but spectacular treasures to explore. Lamanai, arguably Belize’s finest archaeological reserve, picturesquely rises from the jungle along the New River lagoon.
Belize City is the commercial hub and main port for Belize with the most prominent examples of Belize’s colonial history and architecture.
Almond Tree Resort
Best Western Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel
Black Orchid Resort
Chan Chich Lodge
Hill Bank Field Station
Ramada Belize City Princess Hotel
The Great House Inn