Belize Travel: 7 Articles to get you through this week

by McNab Editorial Team

It’s Monday and we’re determined to be looking past the Coronavirus and the future ahead. Here’s your weekly dose of travel inspiration to get you through the this week! We don’t take the current situation lightly, but also believe in the importance of keeping the positive thoughts alive.

The Victoria Peak Expedition

The 3 Day expedition to climb Victoria Peak is one that people only get a small window of opportunity to conquer each year as February through May are the months to get this off your Belize Bucket List.  The odyssey begins within the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary’s park headquarters. Here hikers are recommended to wake up within for an early start at dawn. The innocent Victoria Peak Trail signage gives way to a mostly flat old lagging track that twists northwest towards the Peak itself. Victoria Peak is reserved for intrepid hikers, and the self-proclaimed weekend warrior. It is considered one of the most strenuous hikes in Central America. A VP-experienced licensed tour guide must accompany all hikers on the 27 km one-way trail with no more than 8 guests per group.

The month of September Celebrations

Always keep your eyes on Belize’s most colorful month: SEPTEMBER! The Carnivals throughout the country and Belize’s Independence Celebrations makes it the most lively month of the year and what’s even better is many hotels offer fantastic local rates to travel around and enjoy Belize.

Travel will reopen! Summer Vacations in Belize (locals get a great deal too!)

But before we jump too far ahed in the year, there’s so much in summer savings to travel throughout Belize and what’s even better – almost all resorts have flexible booking policies throughout the end of year.  See a few of them here:

UMAYA Belize Staycation and Summer Promos 
Summertime at Ray Caye Island Resort 
Mystic River, BOOK NOW and Pay Later through 

Lobster season opens in June

Although the Lobster Festivals may see some delays in their dates – that doesn’t mean that the lobster season will not still open on June 15th! It’s that mid year boost of fun we get while enjoying some of the freshest lobster in the Caribbean! Stay tuned to get updates on event dates later in the year.

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