The official destination marketing organization for Belize—the Belize Tourism Board—invites visitors to explore its newly redesigned TravelBelize website. The revamped webpage is the country’s official resource center for travelers planning their next tropical vacation. Providing visitors from all over the world with a unique, enticing Belizean experience, the new site has been completely redesigned to make exploring, planning and booking a vacation to Belize even easier. Immersive video and imagery, a virtual interactive map, and a modified flight map helps travelers plan their stay from point ‘A to Belize’; while a fresh, intuitive design and navigation inspires them to explore the myriad adventures, natural attractions and the cultural diversity which Belize is known for.
“With the highly anticipated launch of the redesigned travelbelize website, guests can now catch flights and feelings for Belize,” said BTB Chairman and Interim Director of Tourism, Mr. Evan Tillet. “Our goal is to spur guests’ excitement in dreaming, planning and customizing their vacation experience, before, during and after their time in the country. We hope this new interface is refreshingly helpful and continues to spark digital wanderlust.”
Perched in eastern Central America while facing the Western Caribbean, Belize is a tiny but mighty destination packing adventure. After all, this bite-sized beauty is the only nation in Central America without a Pacific coastline, boasting over 200 islands and the world’s second longest barrier reef. However, an most extraordinary natural wonder to discover on a trip to Belize is the Great Blue Hole, one of the world’s most famous scuba diving sites.
Meanwhile, Belize’s wild jungle interior provides a natural adventure playground; Mayan Ruins concealed within the rainforest offer an insight into a fascinating history. For the adventurous traveler, the mountains, forests, river and canyons of Belize lends themselves perfectly to adrenaline-charged activities; such as caving, rappelling, tubing and trekking. Besides staying in a remote jungle lodge?
Enjoy morning coffee off your balcony as the fog rolls over the Maya Mountains. Not to mention, a wholesome breakfast with fresh tropical fruits – you’ll need the fuel for adventures ahead. With 80% of the rainforest under some government protection, much remains unexplored. While Belize is now open for leisurely travel, all this—plus more—await.