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!
Belize is a small country approximately 8,867 square miles in size. It is bordered on the northwest by Mexico, on the east by the Caribbean Sea, and on the south and west by Guatemala. Considered the Caribbean and Central American is like a destination like no other. Belize is categorised by different regions, all offering … .Read More about Destinations in Belize
Gazing out over the Mopan River Valley, stands Xunantunich, one of Belize’s most beautiful and mysterious ancient Maya Sites. The site’s modern name, pronounced zoo-nan-tun-ich, means ‘stone woman’. It references a local legend of a ghostly belle adorned in white, scaling the steps of El Castillo before disappearing into the stone face at the top. … .Read More about Xunantunich – Structures of Many Stories – Maya Site
The Seven Tourism Regions that you can Discover Since Caribbean Culture and Lifestyle recently published the Adventure Issue, we thought on sharing more of Belize with you. Belize is a playground of adventures, check out the many activities found at sea and inland, get the best of both worlds! The country is geographically divided into … .Read More about Adventure All Year Round in Belize
Sails up, ropes in, friends and family aboard….and we’re off! It’s the sailor’s life for you in Belize. While it may not be the most conventional way of seeing a country, it is certainly one of the most fabulous. You can go at your own speed, set your own route; it’s all up to you! … .Read More about Close Hauled – Sailing down the coast of Belize
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