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Holidays to Belize

Ancient Mayan ruins, a barrier reef, tropical jungles and breathtaking beaches.

Holidays to Belize 

Ancient Mayan ruins, a barrier reef, tropical jungles and breathtaking beaches. 

Experience the captivating beauty of Belize on your next holiday. Located in Central America, bordering Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean Sea, Belize is a country abundant with ancient history, vibrant wildlife, tropical forests and stunning shores. 

Explore the ancient Mayan archaeological sites of Caracol and Altun Ha, where you can step back in time thousands of years. Dive into the incredible Belize Barrier Reef, the world’s second largest coral reef system and a UNESCO World Heritage Site teeming with a vibrant marine ecosystem. And embark on an adventure into the jungle to witness the diverse array of animals, plants and insects in their natural habitat. If you’re ready for adventure, culture, history or time to relax, a holiday in Belize will always deliver.  

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    Belize holiday highlights 

    With a combination of stunning natural habitats, cultural diversity, ancient civilisations and adventure activities, Belize will have something to please anyone visiting this unique country. Here are the top 10 things to do on holiday there: 

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    1. Dive the Belize Barrier Reef

    Witness the kaleidoscope of colours of the vibrant marine life as you dive or snorkel into the underwater world of the Belize Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Belize overview

    Belize was originally inhabited by Mayan civilisations as far back as 1200 BC, reaching its peak during 250–900 AD and leaving behind the wonderful ancient temples and ruins still seen today. 

    Today, Belize has a diverse population, which includes descendants of Mayan, African, European, and Garifuna peoples, as well as a growing Mestizo population. This cultural diversity is reflected in the country's languages, food, art and crafts, festivals and traditions. 

    What to eat

    Exploring the country’s culinary scene provides an opportunity to experience the tastes of its heritage and history from Mayan, Caribbean, African, European and Mexican traditions. A staple of the Belizean diet is fry jacks. These deep-fried dough pieces are favoured at breakfast and are often filled with eggs, beans or cheese. For the more culinary daring, marine mollusc conch fritters are a must-try as a delicious appetiser. And to quench your thirst, try the popular vibrant red hibiscus tea, rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. 

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