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How to Do the Lamanai Mayan Ruins and River Tour from Ambergris Caye

The ruins of Lamani are one of the largest and most impressive Mayan centers in Belize. Measuring almost 1000 acres in size, the metropolis of Lamanai is unique because the original name for the city has been preserved, derived from a Mayan term for “submerged crocodile”. The city is aptly named as more than 800 excavated buildings feature a recurring crocodile motif in the architecture and carvings onsite. Believed to have been founded more than 3,500 years ago, today visitors can marvel at a large crocodile limestone mask at the entrance to the city, eight huge plazas and the remains of an ancient harbor.

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Rico’s Restaurant – Fine Dining With an Unforgettable View on Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye is one of Belize’s most popular vacation destinations and Rico’s Bar and Grill is one of the most popular restaurants thanks to its wide range of delicious entrees, tropical cocktails, homemade sauces and, of course, its fantastic view of the Caribbean.

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Why Belize? 6 Reasons to Visit Belize Now

It only became an independent country in 1981 but today Belize is increasingly becoming one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. Located just south of Mexico’s crowded Yucatan Peninsula, Belize is a tiny English-speaking nation with a long coastline along the Caribbean, fantastic delicious food, incredibly friendly locals, and dozens of impressive ruins left behind by the Ancient Maya Civilization.

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Things You May Not Know About Belize

Despite its growing popularity as one of the hottest vacation and honeymoon destinations, many people know very little about Belize. Often mistaken for an island in the Caribbean or a Spanish-speaking nation in South America, Belize is actually a very unique country located between Mexico and Guatemala in Central America that is just now finding its place on the world stage. Below are a few quick facts to get you up to speed on why so many people love Belize: English is the Official Language Due to its long history as a British colony, Belize today is the only country in Central America where English is the official language. Friendly People Ask someone who has been to the country and they’ll tell you that the people of Belize are remarkably friendly. A land where hospitality and treating every stranger as a friend, Belize is one of the most open and welcoming countries in the world. A True Melting Pot With eight different ethnic groups and a well-established expat presence, the approximately 355,000 residents of Belize are a harmonious melting pot of different cultures, languages and traditions. Dollars Are Welcome The money in Belize is called the dollar (BZD) and is […]

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7 Best Scuba Diving Adventures in Belize

With more than 400 islands, white sandy beaches, the longest unbroken barrier reef in the western hemisphere and 298 kilometers/185 miles of coastline, Belize is a world-class scuba diving destination.

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Guide to Ambergris Caye and San Pedro

The largest island in Belize, Ambergris Caye is 25 miles long and no more than a mile wide. At the south end is the island’s capital, San Pedro, the Spanish form of Saint Peter, and the inspiration for the 1986 Madonna Hit “La Isla Bonita.” Ambergris Caye is popular with visitors due to its close proximity to the Belize Barrier Reef, its relaxed atmosphere where most people get around by bicycle or golf cart, and the wide array of luxury resorts, excellent restaurants, bars, and cafes.

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TripAdvisor Lists Ambergris Caye as #1 Destination to Visit in Central America

In a recent report, the celebrated travel website TripAdvisor listed Ambergris Caye as the number one destination for visitors in Central America. Compiling feedback and ratings from its thousands of users, TripAdvisor took special note of the island made famous by the singer Madonna with her 1986 song “La Isla Bonita.”

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10 Reasons to Make the Belize Zoo a Must Do On Your Belize Vacation

Regardless of age, people are always fascinated with animals. When visiting a zoo, you would definitely expect to see interesting animals and exhibits. This is absolutely true with the Belize Zoo. A home to rehabilitated, rescued and orphaned wildlife, the Belize Zoo is situated in a 29-acre tropical savanna and exhibits over 170 animals with over 45 species, which are all native to Belize. It is the first nature destination with full accessibility to physically disabled visitors in Belize.

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Altun Ha – The Pride of Belize’s Maya History

Located just a short drive from Belize City, Altun Ha is one of the most popular ancient Mayan sites to explore for visitors. Just two miles down a dirt track from the Northern Highway, Altun Ha is home to a rich panoply of native wildlife, including foxes, birds, armadillos, crocodiles and deer.

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Where Is Belize Located?

On a world map, Belize is to be found in Central America between the countries of Mexico and Guatemala. Belize is on the eastern side of the isthmus and most of the country is within a short distance of the Caribbean Sea. The Mexican state of Quintana Roo lies along the northern border of Belize while Guatemala lies along the western border of Belize.

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