With its western border in the Central American rainforest and its eastern seashore hugging the Caribbean Sea, this little country perched on the Yucatan Peninsula offers a unique mix of mainland and beach attractions. Just two hours from the U.S.A. by air, Belize is a popular destination for visitors from North America. Daily flights from the U.S. and Latin America make this sun-drenched country with its entire coast on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef system easy to reach. Beaches, pristine islands, the largest Barrier Reef in the Western Hemisphere, ancient Maya Ruins - this and more awaits you. You want a vacation. A place in the sun to live, invest or retire - we are what you may be looking for. A place with many adventures, experiences, wide open spaces, English and Spanish speaking, fun places and sheer beauty. Start planning your vacation now.
John Carr is a cowboy from Montana who emigrated to Belize and with his wife runs a cattle ranch and a resort near the City of Belmopan. He shared some of his thoughts on living and doing business here when he spoke at the opening of the National Agriculture and Trade Show. Acting Prime Minister Mr. Gaspar Vega was sitting right next to … [Read More...]
In one of those only-in-Belize list of blunders, a major Maya Temple, the Nohmul pyramid has been razed and plundered by bulldozers and excavators looking for road fill. The destruction of this sacred monument built by the Maya some 3,500 years ago has stirred outrage in Belize and abroad. The incident came to light on 10 May when local television station Channel 7 broke the … [Read More...]
To be frank, no cruise ship visitor can get a taste of how spectacular Belize is from a day trip or shore excursion, especially if you are docked off Belize City. The country's diverse cultures, wildlife, tropical rainforests, caves, mountains and secluded islands and reef destinations merit a least a three night stay. As responsible Belizean born travel writers who live … Read More