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Why Not Start Planning Your Crowd-free Fall Belize Vacation Now? If a trip to this sunny, tropical paradise sounds irresistible, start planning now so you are assured of beating the crowds at a Belize resort that redefines the words privacy and seclusion. Raise your hand if the reason you don’t take as many vacations as you would like has to do with a condition that’s quite common: Crowd aversion. We get it. Crowded beaches defeat...

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The biggest airline in Mexico, Aerovías de México, better known as Aeromexico, has just announced that it will be flying to Belize for the first time. During the upcoming tourist high season, Aeromexico will be offering two flights a week between Mexico City and Belize City. Starting on November 17, 2018, and continuing every Saturday and Sunday until April 28, 2019, Aeromexico will be departing Mexico City at 8:30 AM and arriving at the Philip...

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Belize Currency  The money used in Belize is called the Belize dollar, usually abbreviated $BZD. Converting prices is very easy because two Belize dollars always equals one American dollar. Bear in mind, however, that some banks or currency exchange windows charge a commission. Because of this convenient fact, nearly every business in Belize also accepts American currency. In fact, many American visitors don’t even bother obtaining Belizean currency. Most upscale restaurants and hotels accept American...

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The Museum of Belize In an effort to transcend and heal from its long colonial history, the nation of Belize, after gaining full independence from Great Britain in 1981, decided to transform the enormous prison in downtown Belize City into a museum. Now known as the Museum of Belize, the building in which it is housed was first constructed in 1857. Two stories in height and once containing more than 100 dank, dark cells, the prison...

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Belize in July Although the weather in Belize in July is plenty warm and sunny, it’s important to keep in mind that it’s a bit different than the weather in the United States or Canada during this time. Belize weather doesn’t follow the same four-season pattern as in North America. Instead, the temperature is always warm, and what changes is the amount of rainfall. July is indeed part of the “green” season when there is...

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The Hol Chan Marine Reserve And Sharks Ray Alley The Belize Barrier Reef is the second-largest coral reef barrier system in the world and home to one of the densest marine ecosystems on the planet. And one of the finest areas to explore at this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Its name in the Mayan language means “Little Channel” because it is a natural cut in the reef that is...

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The Community Baboon Sanctuary in Belize One of the most unusual and successful conservation programs in Belize is the Community Baboon Sanctuary (CBS). First created in 1985, the CBS is a coop that works with several different villages in the Bermudian Landing area approximately 31 miles (50 km) north of Belize City in order to protect the local population of black howler monkeys (known locally as “baboons”). Many Belize tours include a stop at the...

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How To Spend A Perfect Week in Belize For a country as beautiful and enchanting as Belize, a weekend visit is simply not enough time. Experienced visitors will tell you one week in Belize is the bare minimum when visiting this unique destination. To help with some Belize vacation ideas, we’ve created this one-week Belize itinerary for you. Day 1 – Land at the international airport in Belize City. Before checking in at Belize Boutique...

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Is Belize Safe In a word, yes, Belize is an incredibly safe country. The vast majority of visitors to Belize have a safe and enjoyable time without incident. Belize has enjoyed a peaceful, stable democracy since gaining independence from Great Britain in 1981. That being said, there are always risks involved when traveling to a foreign country. The biggest danger that most visitors face is the weather. Belize has a year-round balmy climate with strong...

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The Capital of Belize Many people mistakenly think that the capital of Belize is Belize City. Actually, the capital of Belize is Belmopan, but it’s an understandable mistake as Belize City is the largest metropolitan area in the country and served as the capital for more than 150 years. With a population of just 17,000 people, Belmopan, Belize is the smallest capital city in the entire Western Hemisphere. Belmopan is a planned city, and construction...

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