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Banyan Bay Donates to First Children’s Home on Ambergris Caye

On Wednesday, February 1, representatives of Ambergris Caye’s first upcoming children’s home were presented with a gift certificate worth $1,500 in order to supply the facility with necessary equipment upon its launch. Brittney O’Daniel of Raise Me Up and San Pedro Lions Club, Kaitlin McWhorter of Raise Me Up and Britney Travis of On Eagles Wings Ministries (OEWM) gladly accepted the donation, provided by Banyan Bay Resorts (Banyan Bay Suites & Grand Colony Island Villas).

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Flights to Belize

With non-stop flights from most major cities in North America, it’s now easier and more affordable than ever to enjoy a vacation in Belize.
To help you prepare for your Belize vacation, below is a brief run-down of the available flights from the United States and Canada. All international flights land at the Philip Goldson airport in Belize City.

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Celebrate Garifuna Settlement Day in Belize

More than four centuries ago, the British began importing slaves from Africa to work on plantations in the Caribbean. Over time, these people began intermarrying with local Carib and Arawak natives, developing a new culture called the Garifuna.

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6 Reasons You’ll Love Christmas in Belize

With an abundance of sunshine, delicious food, and lots of old-fashioned holiday cheer, it’s no wonder that Belize is one of the hottest destinations for an excellent Christmas vacation.

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5 Things Simone Biles Should Do on Her Belize Vacation

After winning an impressive four gold medals and one bronze medals at the recent Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, American gymnast and member of the Final Five announced that she would soon be heading to her ancestral homeland of Belize for a vacation in order to relax and unwind after all the excitement.

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Why You Will Love Belize in September

Thanks to its delightful weather, beautiful unspoiled nature, and amazing adventure destinations, it’s always a good time to visit Belize. But September is truly something special in this small Central American country as the locals celebrate their young nation’s history with parades, street dancing, and plenty of music, food, and fun for the whole family.

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WestJet and Southwest making it easy for travelers to visit Belize

Ambergris Caye, the largest island in Belize and one of the top tourist attractions in the country, is becoming one of the most popular vacation spots thanks to its lovely beaches, delicious restaurants serving up fresh-caught seafood, and its close proximity to both the mainland and the famous Belize Barrier Reef.

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Newly-Discovered Maya Tomb Offers Tantalizing Details About A Powerful Snake Dynasty

One of the most intriguing Maya tombs ever discovered in Belize has been unearthed in the ruined city of Xunantunich in the western part of the country. Archeologists are just now beginning to piece together the hieroglyphic panels found in what is believed to be a royal tomb that describe a “Snake Dynasty” that once ruled the area 1,300 years ago.

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Cave Tubing in Belize

The ancient Maya believed that caves were sacred places that connected the aboveground world of humans to the underworld of the gods. Tubing down the Caves Branch River passes through some of these sacred cave sites that still have carvings, artifacts, and items left behind by the ancient priests.

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Food and Drink in Belize

Many visitors to Belize are pleasant surprised by the wide range of foods and drinks available with something for everyone’s palate. Belize is a true melting pot of different cultural influences, resulting in a delicious melange of dishes with British, Spanish, Chinese, American, Creole, Maya, Caribbean and Garifuna influences.

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