An exciting Caribbean country on the northeastern coast of Central America. Bordering Mexico, and Guatemala and receiving the waters of the Caribbean Sea, embedded in the Maya Civilization.  It is an enchanted place.

The ultimate beach vacation. You will fall in love with the colorful houses and palm trees and if you take a boat, seeing them  from a different perspective. The sunsets on the western side are spectacular and you can watch the sun going down in the sea as it lights up the sky.

The Mesoamerican Reef System or the Great Mayan reef is here, the second largest barrier reef in the world, that makes Belize a world -class diving destination.  And then, there is the blue hole, that can be accessed from the Ambergris Caye, the largest island in Belize.  And if you never dived before, you can get your diving certification here as well. The flight from Belize takes jus 20 minutes, or you can catch a taxi to the boat terminal and take a boat to the Caye.

If relaxing and unwinding is high on your list of things to do in Belize, Caye Caulker is the perfect place to spend time. The island’s unofficial slogans are literally “go slow’, and “no shirt, no shoes…no problem”. Cate Caulker is one of the most beautiful and laid-back islands in Belize. The restaurants are well known for serving fresh lobsters.

You can take a snorkeling trip to the reef that is home to many species of fish, moray eels, nurse sharks, manta rays and plenty of beautiful corals.

It is an amazing experience to hire a boat and go to the Belize Barrier Reef System to snorkel or scuba diving.

And additional thrill of a different kind is tu visit the Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM)  a sacred Mayan historical site. The translation is the cave of the stone sepulcher. The Mayas believe caves to be the spring to the underworld and remains were deposited in clay pots and full skeleton of human sacrifice victims can be seen right where they were left long time ago.

And adventure indeed!

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