What You Need to Know About Green Season in Belize

Belize is a tropical country, with rainfall totaling 60 inches in the north and up to 160 inches in the south, annually. While we don’t have the same seasons as our neighbors to the north, we do have distinct seasons. The dry season, February-May, coincides perfectly with Spring Break and typically is hot and dry, […]

Get Yourself on “Island Time” Our 5 Top Tips

Farmers Market The newest and most loved shopping experience on the island can be found once a month on a Saturday from 12pm  - 2pm at The Truck Stop just north of the bridge.  Here you will find not only fresh produce but deli meats, cheeses, bread, soaps and more.  Grab a golf cart or […]

Talk Like a Belizean! Kriol Language Intro Guide

It is a mixture of British English and West African dialects, originating in the mahogany slave camps in the 17th century.  Over time, it has grown to be the first language that most Belizeans speak at home, though English is taught in school.  While walking down the street, you are likely to hear Belizean’s speaking […]

All You Need To Know About Ambergris Caye’s Beaches

The Belize Barrier Reef and Ambergris Caye Beaches Stretching the length of Belize’s coastline is the Belize Barrier Reef. This 170+ miles is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. It is the largest reef in the Northern hemisphere. Vacations on Ambergris Caye are within easy access to spectacular snorkeling and diving. At it's furthest […]