For those dreaming of heading to Belize for some Caribbean sun this summer, The Points Guy has shared all you need to know. Essentially, The Points Guy outlines what you need to visit Belize at reopening, what is open, and how to get there. Of course, he also shares the best ways to travel on points to Belize, from airlines to accommodations.
The Belize Tourism Board has since laid out the following guidelines and requirements for tourists.
- Obtain a certified negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of departure
- Book approved housing
- Wear face masks when traveling to the departure airport
- Wear face masks and practice physical distancing at the departure airport
- Download and verify information on Belize Health App (not yet available)
On the plane
- Wear a face mask while on the plane
- Practice social distancing to the extent possible
- Continue to wear face masks and practice physical distancing
- Get a health screening
- Check in daily on health app
Once at the airport, you’ll need to be medically screened as well as go through customs. If a passenger is showing symptoms they may be placed in quarantine. For an added bonus, he also includes where to stay on points and some great new hotels to look out for. Read more on Belize’s Travel Advisory here. Read the full article here at The Points Guy.
Traveling on Points
Although reopening is limited to Gold Standard certified hotels, you can book your stay by participating points properties in Belize. The recent Mahogany Bay Beach Club and Resort by Hilton reopens October of 2020; booking is roughly 44,000 Hilton Honors points a night. Additionally, the Hyatt Small Luxury Hotels of the World hotel called Ka’ana Resort will reopen in November 2020, after remaining closed during the crisis for renovations. Marriott’s new Autograph Collection hotel, Alaia Belize, isn’t set to open until December of 2020, so Bonvoy fans will have to wait. As the first luxury five star beachfront resort to Belize, the Wyndham Grand Belize: Venezia del Caribe in San Pedro is currently under construction until December 2020.
Feature photo courtesy of Duarte Dellarole.