Planning to Visit Belize as a Tourist? Learn More About Its Safe Corridors

As the Caribbean country prepares to enter Phase 3 of a 5-Phased Reopening Plan with its international airport, Belize outlines its Safe Corridors for visiting tourists. At reopening of the Belize airport on October 1st 2020, Belize’s Safe Corridors will include the accommodations that have achieved the Tourism Gold Standard Certificate of Recognition. The full list of approved Gold Standard Recognized Hotels may be found hereIn this initial phase of reopening for international visitation, hotels approved for reopening will operate within a “tourism safe corridor”.

belize tourist safe corridors

Graphic for the 2020 Belize Gold Book

Hotels approved to open within the safe corridor:
  • Have achieved the Tourism Gold Standard Certificate of Recognition, and
  • Are able to provide full service to guests. This means that these hotels are able to provide all amenities, so as to contain the guest on the property, and minimize opportunities for guest interaction within the local community. These amenities include having transportation to offer pick-up/drop-off services from the airport; access to a restaurant on property; have a pool or access to beach front; and be able to provide isolated tours, limited to guests of the property only.
In addition to the above, hotels will also be implementing:
  • social distancing and the use of face masks while in public spaces;
  • online check-in/out, contactless payment systems, and automated ordering/booking systems;
  • hand sanitizing stations across the property;
  • enhanced room cleaning and increase sanitization of public spaces and high touch surfaces;
  • daily health checks for guests and employees;
  • designated ‘Isolation/Quarantine rooms’ for suspected COVID-19 cases and action plans for handling suspected employees or guests.

Travelers will be able to enjoy their Belize vacation while being confident their safety is the hotel’s top priority. Read more on Belize Tourism Board’s safe corridors, entry requirements, enhanced safety protocols and more in the Belize Gold Book.

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