Getting to Belize has become easier than ever with seven airline providers offering international flight services to Belize. Phillip Goldson International Airport ( PGIA) is the official international airport located in Ladyville, Belize City just a short 10-15 minute drive away.
After arriving in Belize, there are many ways in which you can get around and explore this beautiful country. There are domestic flights, water taxis, buses, rentals, and shuttles.
If you’re interested in the flight schedules, below is a list of what airlines depart and arrive at certain locations.
Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport
International Airline Carriers
Getting to Belize by flight is of course not the only way.
By Boat or Cruise Ship
Many Cruise ships make a stop in Belize for a day. So, if you’re on a cruise, be sure to check if Belize is on the itinerary. When you’re here it’ll be easy to get around the country.
Apart from cruises, you can also make your way here by a private boat. If you’re not interested in visiting in a private boat then there are also water taxis from Mexico to San Pedro. Guatemala offers water transportation to Southern Belize as well.
Belize has two borders, both points of entry. One is the border between Guatemala and Belize, which is the Western Border. The other one is between Mexico and Belize, which is the Northern Border. So, you can drive your way through either one, with a valid passport of course. Although, if you’re not planning on driving then there’s bus transportation that comes from Mexico, Guatemala and other neighboring countries.
Provides express bus service between Flores and Belize City. In Belize City, buses arrive at and depart from the bus terminal, and are not scheduled to stop anywhere else in Belize. Buses operate on Sundays and public holidays. Not all buses are air-conditioned. The agent in Belize City for Fuente del Norte is Zippy Zappy Mayan Travels (formerly Mundo Maya Travel), located at the Water Taxi Terminal. See their website for schedules and fares.
Mexico’s Autotransportes De Oriente (ADO) provides daily express bus service from Merida and Cancun to Belize City. The cost from Mexico to Belize is about U.S. $45., and from Mexico to Belize about U.S. $40. as of February 2019.
The most popular run with tourists is the Cancun to Belize route. The bus departs Cancun at 10:15 pm, arrives at Playa del Carmen at 11:40 pm, then on to Tulum where it arrives at 12:45 am, then on to Belize City where it arrives at 6:30 am at the Belize Bus Terminal.
The return bus departs Belize City at 8:30 pm and arrives at the Cancun bus terminal at 8:30 am.