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A breathless mix of Mayan ruins, lush rainforest and incredible natural diversity, Belize offers visitors a genuinely untouched Caribbean hideaway, with some of the best dive locations in Central America.

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  • Belize

    Belize

    A breathless mix of Mayan ruins, lush rainforest and incredible natural diversity, Belize offers visitors a genuinely untouched Caribbean hideaway, with some of the best dive locations in Central America.

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  • Ambergris Caye

    Ambergris Caye

    Ambergris Caye is the largest island of Belize, located on the northeast of the country. Can be reached by a small airstrip service or sea ferry, the islands highlights are the Belize Barrier Reef and its whitesand beaches.

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  • Matachica

    Matachica

    Mata Chica is an exclusive resort located 5 miles north of the town of San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. The resort has just 15 private, air-conditioned villas, individually designed in an eclectic Central American style with daily maid service.

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Highlights of Belize

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    Best Time To Go and Weather

    In Belize the high season for tourists corresponds roughly with the dry season: December to May. The shoulder months – especially December – receive a fair amount of rain, but not enough to scare away the multitudes of travellers who want to spend their holidays in the tropics. The rainy season runs from June to November. The early months, especially May and June, are actually a wonderful time to travel to Belize: you can avoid the tourist bustle and lodging is slightly cheaper. The only downside is that it’s outside the lobster season, so you’ll have to forego at least one local specialty. Rivers start to swell and dirt roads get muddy. Some more remote roads may not be accessible to public transportation. With too much rain, some of the caves such as Actun Tunichil Muknal are dangerous and therefore closed to the public. Southern Belize is especially precarious during the rainy season; this relatively remote region receives two to three times as much rain as the rest of the country.

    Essential Information

    • Time differenceGMT -6hrs
    • Flight Time11 hrs
    • VisaNot for British passport holders*
    • ImmunisationsYellow Fever, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever**
    • CurrencyBelizean Dollar
    • CapitalBelmopan
    • Area22,966 sq km
    • Population324,060
    • Dialling Code+501
    • Electricity110/220V 60 Hz
    • LanguageEnglish

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