Belize contains the world’s second-largest barrier reef, some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, and world-class diving and snorkelling. Those seeking sun, sand, and crystalline waters can’t go past Ambergris Caye, the largest of the Belize Cayes, while those interested in wildlife should travel to Orange Walk District. It is located in the north of Belize, the country’s deep forest. Consider staying in a fabulous jungle lodge, the best way to discover the area’s unique flora and fauna. Cayo District, on the other hand, is Belize’s largest rainforest on rugged mountain ridges, gushing rivers, and hidden Maya treasures such as Lamanai, Xunantunich, and Caracol.
When to go to Belize?
-December to April is the dry season in most areas.
-The lush green scenery found from May to November means the wetter months can be just as enjoyable.
Our Expert’s Choice:
– For those more adventurous, head to the Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Caves for one of Central America’s most incredible and exhilarating adventure activities.
– Relax in the beautiful Ambergris Caye and go diving to the unique and rich marine wildlife Blue Hole.
– Look out for Jaguar in the Orange Walk rainforest district.