We describe Belize as her head in the jungle and toes in the Caribbean Sea.
You can explore the beaches and dive in some of the world most renowned dive sites; or discover more about the mysterious Mayan culture by visiting one of many Mayan ruins throughout the country.
That’s why we think its important to offer authentic tours of Belize that range from 1 day to 21 days or more. We know there’s a lot to see; we’re passionate about our services and best of all our tours all private and exclusive, we cater to you and exactly what you want to see.
Belize is located in the Northern part of Central America Belize and is over 8867 miles, with only has a population of 340,000 people. Even though it’s the lowest population density in the Caribbean it has the highest population growth rate of 2.2% in the Western Hemisphere.
It is truly mothers natures best kept secret with this diverse echo systems and the second largest barrier reef in the world combined with the enormous amount of land mass that is uninhabited and home to over 12 different types of cultures and variety of exotic animals.
Did you Know?
1. Location: Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Guatemala and Mexico.
2. Area: 8,867 square miles (22,966 square kilometers).
3. Population: 350,000 est
4. Capital: Belmopan
5. Most Popular Place to visit: San Pedro
6. Climate: Tropical; hot and humid;
+Rainy season (May to November)
+Dry season (February to May).
7. Language: Spanish 46%, Creole 32.9%, Mayan dialects 8.9%, English 3.9% (official), Garifuna 3.4% (Carib), German 3.3%, other 1.4%, unknown 0.2% (2000 census)
8. Religion: Roman Catholic 49.6%, Protestant 27% (Pentecostal 7.4%, Anglican 5.3%, Seventh-Day Adventist 5.2%, Mennonite 4.1%, Methodist 3.5%, Jehovah’s Witnesses 1.5%), other 14%, none 9.4% (2000)
9. Biggest Economy
Industry: Garment production, food processing, tourism, construction
Agriculture: Bananas, coca, citrus, sugar; fish; lumber
Exports: Sugar, bananas, citrus, clothing, fish products
10. Belize has around 900 Mayan sites.
11. The islands in Belize are called Cayes (pronounced “keys”) and total around 450 including those on the outer atolls.
12. Belize has the only Jaguar reserve in the world, otherwise known as Cockscomb Basin Wildlife sanctuary.
13. Belize is the only Central American country where English is the official language. However, you will still hear a mixture of Creole, Spanish, Garifuna and Mayan languages being spoken on the street.
14. The former capital Belize City was nearly completely destroyed by Hurricane Hattie in 1961 After hurricane Hattie, the capital city was moved to Belmopan. With just over 12,000 inhabitants Belmopan is the smallest capital city in the World!
15. The tallest building in Belize is a Mayan temple!
16. Belize was home to the largest Mayan Population
17. There is no franchises, like starbucks- Tim Hortons