Belize puts out the welcome mat for Canadian visitors escaping the cold, but for many, Belize is becoming a second home for retirees and investors, too! It’s no secret that just about everyone in the Western Hemisphere is crazy about Canadians. They put up with weather that’s horrendous. Canadians are neighborly (watch the film “Argo” … .Read More about Belize Loves Canadians, Which is Why You Northerners Must Visit!
You’ve probably already heard about the island of Ambergris Caye and the lovely town of San Pedro. The small town is situated on the southern part of the Island. As the largest island off the coast of Belize, Ambergris Caye is one of the more famous vacation destinations in the country. With sandy beaches, reef … .Read More about A Day on Ambergris Caye
Here’s a list of the top waterfalls in Belize! Of course, nowhere in Belize are waterfalls more pristine and dramatic as in the Maya Mountain region. Here, the underground rivers push their way to the mountain tops then descend, carving their way down over bluffs and ridges before scaping over the esarpment. THOUSAND FOOT FALLS– … .Read More about Waterfall Excursions
Hello August! The last weeks of summer are upon us. We’re taking this time to take a look back at what happened this summer and what we have to look forward to as the summer days come to an end. In June and July, we got to enjoy all the festivals like Hopkins Mango Fest … .Read More about Hello August! Summer might be flying by but the festivities are just getting started!
Belize is an ideal destination for a clear view of the stars. Stargazing is an old age tradition, but for many, a clear view of the sky is becoming rare. According to research published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, more than 80% of world populations live under light-polluted skies. For the … .Read More about Stargazing in Belize
Exploring Altun Ha Like many ancient ruin sites, the Maya City of Altun Ha is filled with mystery and wonder. Known as Rockstone Pond in Mayan, it is located close to the coast, approximately 31 miles north of Belize City. It was once an ideal place for commerce in the ancient Maya world. Nowadays, the … .Read More about Altun Ha – Ancient Craftsmanship of Precious Stone- Maya Site