With Spring Break 2020 right around the corner, you may be wondering where to go to cut loose. Going through your list of locations, have you considered Belize? Not only does Belize offer all the warm sandy beaches and hot nights of other locations in Central America, but it does it while featuring English as its official language.
If you are curious as to what Belize has to offer the spring break crowd, consider these four locales in particular.
Just a 45-minute ferry ride away from Belize City, Caye Caulker is an island paradise that will task you with trying to be bored. While spending some time with the locals will inspire you to take things slow and easy, the good news is that while Caye Caulker is not as prominent a locale as some of the other spots it can be just the spot for when you want to party with just a few of your friends.
This is Belize’s largest island and is the go-to spot if you have any interest in checking out the warm waters. Whether you want to do some boating, diving or just catch a good swimming session, Ambergris Caye is right up your alley. It is also located close to unique features like the Belize Barrier Reef, the Great Blue Hole and the Belize Secret Beach of San Pedro.
if you want to see some truly wondrous sites, San Ignacio is close to the Maya ruins of Cahal Pech. Other notable ruins near San Ignacio include Caracol and Xunantunich. If you are feeling a bit more adventurous, you can investigate the beauty of “ATM” Cave and its crystallized skeletons or rent a canoe with some friends and guide it through the Barton Creek Cave. Those with a love of animals may wish to investigate the Chaa Creek Nature Reserve or the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.
Also known as Placencia Village, this settlement is rich with sugar-white sandy beaches and has much to offer between kayaking, snorkeling, diving, and fishing. Placencia is also the home of the world’s narrowest main street and is near the island of Laughing Bird Caye – an amazing spot to scuba dive or snorkel.
So if you are looking for a chill place to spend your spring break this year but without a lot of the chaos, you might have to deal with in other places, consider Belize. Whether you just want to soak in some sand, sun and drinks with friends in Caye Caulker, see some of the country’s natural wonders around Ambergris Caye, tour the ancient steps of the Maya within the many ruins near San Ignacio or want to go in for a bunch of water activities from Placencia, Belize is sure to have at least one locale that can satisfy you on your spring break vacation.
Written by Larry Waight