Belize is unique in Central America. Sure there are ruins, beautiful beaches, dense jungle and precarious driving — but the culture is so distinctly different.
The national language is English, which makes getting around and mingling with locals as much as a pleasure as it is a challenge in other countries. The food might not be as creative, vibrant and flavorful as other countries, but with the fresh seafood options along the coast — who needs it?
The barrier reef along the coast of Belize is the second largest in the world, and many say the most beautiful since it has been protected longer than the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Come for the wildlife (jaguars, nearly 600 species of birds, incredible marine-life) the incredible, warm, colorful waters of the Caribbean or the always entertaining culture here — for whatever reason you visit Belize, you’ll likely find many more reasons to stay.
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