Sling a hammock, pour yourself a glass of rum and soak up the easygoing Caribbean vibe on these palm-fringed paradise islands.
Marvel at the incredible underwater wonders of this subterranean sinkhole, one of the world’s most famous dive sites.
Descend into the shimmering Mayan underworld, filled with haunting rock formations, ancient ritual artefacts and crystallized sacrificial remains.
Scramble over the ruins of Caracol, a major power centre during the Classic era of Mayan civilization.
Admire the Jaribu stork – the largest flying bird in the Western Hemisphere – and many other avian species in this sanctuary managed by the Belize Audubon Society.
Promising an unforgettable encounter with neo-tropical fauna, this superb reserve is the world’s premier destination for jaguar observation.