Belize offers some of the finest diving in the world at the second largest barrier reef in the world. Based at the base of the Yucatan Peninsula, the countries rain forest is dotted with Mayan ruins and home to a vast range of tropical wildlife.
Belize was once home to the ancient Mayas. There are a number of well-known ruins and archaeological sites to visit in Belize.
Founded in 1983, the Belize Zoo allows visitors to see more than 125 animals native to Belize including jaguars, ocelots, howler monkeys, crocodiles and many more.
A lush jungle playground offering a variety of activities for visitors. Boasting over 200 species of tropical flowering plants and a great population of wildlife.
Skim across the Almond Hill lagoon sanctuary, where you may have the opportunity to spot several protected and endangered species including crocodiles, river turtles and aquatic birds.
Cruise the waterways on the Old Belize River through the jungle and you will see crocodiles, iguanas and admire the lush tropical foliage lining the waterway.