Snorkeling: The Belize Barrier Reef presents amazing underwater vistas.
Diving: Reefs and atolls provide many of the world’s greatest dive sites one of which boasts one of Belize’s greatest features in diving – the Great Blue Hole, one of the Eight Wonders of the World.
Fishing: Year after year, thousands of light tackle and fly fishing anglers are attracted to Belize. Witness the acrobatic leaps of the tarpon in quiet lagoons. Feel your arms burn as a bonefish takes off on a blistering run through crystal-clear shallows. Outsmart a permit on the flats near the Barrier Reef. Track down the elusive snook in a river dreamscape.
Bird Watching: With an abundance of over 500 species of birds, Belize has quickly become a favorite Central America birding spot among birders and nature lovers. In addition to the abundance and diversity of the more regular Central American bird species, Belize is also the winter home for many migrants from North America.
Natural Reserves: Belize has designated 40% of its land mass to conservation and boasts the only Jaguar Reserve in the world.
Mayan Sites: Evidence of the ancient Mayan empire is everywhere in Belize with over 600 Maya sites mapped throughout the country. Belize is known to have the largest concentration of Maya sites in the Central American Region.
Jungle Lodges & Spas: For an unforgettable close-to-nature experience in comfort, the jungle lodges and spas of Belize offer a unique, unmatched option for accommodation and relaxation.
Cave Tubing & Jungle Ziplining: Experience a relaxing cave tubing float through a mystical underworld, said to be used by the ancient Maya people who populated Belize some 100 years ago. After a delectable Belizean lunch, experience the adrenaline rush of a zipline aerial adventure through the tree tops of the tropical rainforest. Sneak a peak…