Last updated: 1 April 2018
Belize, the smallest country in Central America, is a land of splendid landscapes, underwater magnificence and Mayan mystery. Here the remains of Mayan cities and temples to their gods peep through the tropical rainforests that cover the interior.

For nature lover’s Belize is paradise on earth. It has more than six hundred bird species, many with glorious plumage. Here you will find Central America’s first jaguar sanctuary, the highest waterfall and the most extensive cave system.

Belize has a gorgeous coastline, with white sand beaches and warm, clear Caribbean waters.


The Belize barrier reef, the second biggest on earth, boasts hundreds of species of coral, colorful tropical fish, stingrays and Caribbean reef sharks. This and the presence of the famous Blue Hole make Belize and her four hundred cays and islands one of the world’s foremost dive sites.

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