Belize Maya Ruins to Explore on Your Vacation

The 8 major sites will be discussed here, though there are many other smaller sites, unexcavated mounds and ceremonial sites all throughout Belize. The easiest Belize Maya ruins to visit while vacationing in San Pedro are Lamanai, Altun Ha, Xunantunich and Cahal Pech. These are all done via a day trip to the mainland, starting […]


All About the Beaches in San Pedro, Belize

What to Expect at the Beaches in San Pedro With the Barrier Reef just off-shore, the island of Ambergris Caye enjoys water that is calm and fairly shallow. You won’t find big rolling waves here, but you also will not have black flag days with a current that makes it unsafe for swimming. In Belize, […]


Roundup of the Best Scuba Diving Sites in Belize

With water temperatures remaining warm year-round and the protected nature of the reef, it’s possible to find a fantastic diving experience at any time of the year. Home to three different Atolls, myriad cayes and many types of coral reef habitats, the diving found in this tiny jewel of a country is not to be […]


Fishing in Belize- All You Need to know

For the people in your life that are not into fishing, there is a wealth of activities and excursions for them to explore while you fish- including snorkeling, jungle trekking and plain old relaxing by the pool at your resort. Ambergris Caye is a well-situated home base for a successful fishing holiday. With the Belize […]

Belize Water sports

Belize Watersports for the Ultimate in Vacation Fun

Belize Watersports- an Introduction Kiteboarding Harness the power of the wind as you cruise the waves on a kiteboard! You’ll be able to learn this fun watersport in Belize on one of the largest sandbars around. Practice with a knowledgeable instructor in warm shallow water. Kiteboarding lessons are held each day that the wind blows […]

Overview of Belize Snorkeling sites

Overview of the Best Belize Snorkeling Sites

Hol Chan Marine Reserve & Shark Ray Alley Hol Chan Marine Reserve is a large protected area located between Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker.  It covers several zones throughout its 21 square miles, each representing a different habitat.  Snorkeling at the cut is paired with a stop at Shark Ray Alley where you can swim […]