Belize – Discover Something New
Ready to set out on an adventure full of color, variety, and surprising discoveries? Point your compass toward Belize and get ready to experience exotic wildlife, ancient Mayan ruins, and a variety of active expeditions from the rainforest to island beaches. For travelers who love to get the most out of every day, Belize is sure to please!
Hidden Gem of the Caribbean
Belize is a country with natural resources that are untouched and protected from development. Travel to pristine rainforests and islands with an abundance of wildlife, encountering animals such as ocelots, tapirs, peccary’s, jaguars, and howler monkeys. Imagine a place with over 200 species and hundreds more sub-species of birds including macaws, parrots, toucans, mot-bots, red-footed boobies, harpy eagles, and frigates. Snorkeling or dive among colorful coral with angelfish, yellow-tail damsels, barracuda, seahorses, spotted eagle rays, parrotfish, starfish, sea anemones, and bonefish.
Welcome to Belize Adventure Travel!
Belize has been a leader in promoting eco-tourism giving travelers pristine beauty with minimal human impact on the natural landscape. The Belize Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the second largest barrier reef in the world. The islands and coral reefs run 200 miles offering a stunning array of fish and marine life. With Mayan roots, Belize retains a rich and diverse culture, reflected in the cuisine, language, and native traditions.
Blue Skies Ahead
The weather in Belize is warm and comfortable all year long. Most trips to Belize correspond with the country’s dry season (November – April), expect sunny days and calm, clear water. The average temperature is 84° F with ocean temperatures averaging 80° F. Winter storms may bring the water temperature down to the mid 70s, but visitors can generally expect an abundance of sunny days and pleasant weather.
Belize Adventures Come in all Shapes & Sizes
Whatever your adventure level is you can find your ideal trip in Belize. Choose a new activity every day, or relax on a hammock overlooking a stunning beach – it’s your choice!
Paddle and Play!
Glover’s Reef is the perfect trip for families. The daily schedule is filled with choices geared toward all interests and abilities. Glover’s Atoll, a protected marine park and world heritage site, contains some of the richest marine environments in the Caribbean. The accommodations at Glover’s Reef will be a comfortable and well-appointed basecamp where all your adventures will begin. Try sea kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, stand up paddleboarding, diving, and more with expert instructors. Trip lengths and itineraries are flexible so you can find the trip that is best for you.
Lighthouse Reef Adventure appeals to birders, divers, and anyone who is interested in a flexible schedule and choice of activities. For avid birders, this trip includes a visit to a mainland wildlife sanctuary followed by a stay on Half Moon Caye. A protected island managed by the Belize Audubon Society it provides home to red-footed boobies along with hundreds of other exotic bird species as well. For people interested in diving, you will enjoy the chance to dive at the legendary Blue Hole and other beautiful reef locations near Lighthouse Reef Atoll.
This trip is also perfect for anyone who is interested in a unique adventure. In addition, there will be opportunities to explore shipwrecks, island mangroves, and beautiful patch reefs. Typically sea kayaking or snorkeling allow for the best up-close look into the colorful world underwater. With so many options, this trip will appeal to everyone in your group.
See it all!
If you want to see the best that Belize has to offer from rainforest to beach, the Epic Belize won’t disappoint!
Epic Belize begins on Glover’s Reef for several days of island life where you can enjoy sea kayaking, snorkeling, and stand up paddleboarding on an atoll in the Belize Barrier Reef. Here you can explore the spectacular marine environments of the reef or simply take in the beauty of this remote tropical marine wilderness. Next, you will travel to the wild rainforests of the southern Maya Mountains to visit Mayan Ruins and hidden waterfalls. Challenge yourself with a rappel down the waterfalls and an exciting zipline adventure through the rainforest canopy. Kayak down the Moho River through pool drop rapids and travertine falls while camping overnight in the rainforest to finish off this adventure!
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