Even though it’s not such a big country, Belize has more than enough wonders to offer. From dense jungles filled with exotic wildlife to beautiful beaches and wonderful sea shores, Belize has it all. seashores about this place make it a Caribbean paradise that you can’t help but visit.
From so many spectacular sights to see and fun things to do, something has to stand out. You can’t do it all on the first visit.
Not only does Belize have amazing Mayan ruins, but they are one of the least crowded you’ll ever have a chance of visiting. The true nature and the original charm of these places can only be felt in such an environment. You can relax and find your inner peace while enjoying the sight of Mayan Temples embraced by the surrounding jungle.
The trip to many of these sights is through the jungle, so keep in mind that you’ll have to hike a bit. This is also the perfect opportunity to meet some local wildlife and explore exotic plants along the way.
The Great Blue Hole
This is just what it sounds like – a giant blue hole in the Earth. Oh, yes, it’s also in the sea and it’s around 400 feet deep. This makes it the best place to explore marine life and to see just how diverse it is. Also, you’ll likely see a few corals along the way and they are likely to be beautiful.
The Hole itself was created around 10 000 years ago and it contains caverns, tunnels, and impressive rock formations. It is one of the most interesting places to visit in Belize and if you go there, make sure to visit it.
If you don’t feel like exploring and you just want to kick back and relax, you can stay at one of the many luxury hotels in Belize. You can have a swim in a fancy swimming pool, relax in a bubbly Jacuzzi, and drink tasty cocktails all day long. Treat yourself with a nice spot in the shade, lay back in the recliner and read a book if you feel like it. The most important thing is to feel the Belize energy.
Nature is definitely the best thing about Belize. You can visit a wildlife sanctuary and see many animals you never thought you would see. Pumas, ocelots, tapirs, otters, king vultures, armadillos and hundreds of native birds are just a part of it.