Intro to Belize

One of the smallest countries in Central America, Belize has jaw-dropping beaches, dense thick jungles, the second largest barrier reef in the world for snorkelers and divers to explore, and hundreds of ancient sites and artifacts to discover.

In our time there, we toured ancient caves, hiked to a tree house in the jungle, drank our way around an island, and snorkeled with sharks, rays and turtles. A little bit of something for everyone, whether you want relaxation or adventure, history or exploration, Belize has it!

Fast Facts

Language – English

Currency – Belize dollar (BZD)

Capital – Belmopan

Drinking Age – 18

Adapter Info –  Plug A & B outlets

Fun Trivia –  Once home to over 2 million Mayans, Belize has over 900 ancient sites to explore.

You better Belize it!

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Things to do in Caye Caulker, Belize – Going slow is unBELIZEable

Going Slow is unBelizable. Check out what to do, where to stay and where to find the best drinks when you travel to Caye Caulker, Belize!


Caye Caulker Snorkeling in Belize – Barrier Reef, Hol Chan Marine Reserve, and Shark Ray Alley

Check out our day trip from Caye Caulker to the Barrier Reef with Caveman Snorkel Tours.



ATM Cave in Belize – Why you need to do this right NOW

Travel back in time while exploring an ancient cave in Belize. What to expect for this epic trip into the Mayan underworld. 



Belize Jungle – Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge Review

Ruins and ancient caves are just some of the attractions in the jungle of Belize. We stayed at Sleeping Giant Rainforest near Belmopan and had a great time. Check out our unsponsored review below.