Belize

White sandy beaches, coral reefs and chic resorts

Belize really does have it all, with an intriguing mix of incredible beaches, turquoise waters, coral reefs, steamy jungle, tropical wildlife, Mayan temples and palm-fringed islands all packaged into a neat little country that makes a great family holiday destination. No Belize holiday is complete without a visit to the 'Blue Hole' a natural sinkhole in the middle ocean that is an almost perfect circle of deep water in the ocean.

This tiny country is often overlooked, but those who do take the time to explore the country find a place full of surprises. It’s an English speaking country, which makes it easier to get to know the locals. More than 35% of the country is protected by national parks.  It’s also got the longest coral reef in the Western hemisphere, rich in marine life making it perfect for scuba diving, snorkelling and boat trips.

Our local guides will give a real insider view of this colourful part of the world. Whether you are; trekking, horse riding, exploring the national parks, visiting the jaguar sanctuaries, diving on the reef, discovering the Mayan ruins or experiencing water sports, the guides will make your Belize holiday that extra bit special.

We have a fantastic variety of places to stay from private beachfront villas to wooden eco lodges nestled in tropical forests, something to suit all tastes and budgets. We will take the time to listen to the type of holiday you are looking for and design a trip just for you.

 

When to go:

Generally speaking it’s best to visit in the dryer months between December and May as the hurricane season runs between June and November.

All our tailor made Belize Holidays are individually designed, but as a guide we can arrange a 12 day itinerary from £3,000 including flights.

Guides:

Cayo & Mountain Pine Ridge

The Cayo district is an area encompassing a large portion of the Maya mountains with its fair share of ancient Maya sites to discover

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Orange Walk

A Belizean bonanza of natural wealth and archaeological wonder with pristine jungle, wildlife encounters and Mayan sites

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Placencia & Toledo

Home to white sand beaches, mangrove-fringed lagoons and a wilderness of coral-studded cayes and reefs.

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The Cayes

Coral Islands that range in size from the almost comical one-palm-tree islet all the way up to large inhabited islands and home to the iconic Great Blue Hole

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1. Corozal
2. Ambergris Caye
3. Caye Caulker
4. Orange Walk
5. Lamanai
6. Crooked Tree
7. Belize City
8. Belmopan
9. San Ignacio
10. Dangriga
11. Caracol
12. Placencia
13. Punta Gorda

"Excursions were extremely good with very knowledgeable guides"

K & J Cooper

"All of the guides were brilliant, everyone went out of their way to be helpful"

J & A Prime

"Great snorkelling - like being in a very large aquarium!"

"There was a lovely relaxed feel, can see why people move there"

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