Belize Welcomes You and Your Travelers!


As a small, English-speaking country
located in Central America, it's hard to believe how many attractions Belize has to offer travelers. From pristine beaches and sparkling turquoise waters to lush tropical jungles, spectacular caves, ancient Maya sites and exotic wildlife of every variety, Belize has something for everyone.

Belize is a land of many cultures but "one" people. Whether you choose rustic adventure or pampering in luxurious jungle lodges, travelers are always delighted to discover the many amazing experiences that await them in the "jewel of the Caribbean"







Getting To Belize Is Easier Than You Might Think...


Daily flights arrive from the United States and Central American gateways, all coordinated with European and Canadian connections, at our
modern international airport just 20 minutes outside Belize City. Once here, visitors can get around easily via local airlines, water taxis, and using our well-planned highway and road system.

Need help finding your best way to Belize? Call or email us at BHA and we are happy to help.

Phone: +501.223.0669
info@belizehotels.org





 

 

 

Dallas and Miami

New York & Houston

Atlanta

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Los Angeles
& Cental America

Flores, Guatemala
& Local

Local in Belize

Service to &
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Have You Heard About the BHA Hotel Guide?

The quality of your vacation is important to us. Our members and Board of Directors work closely with the Belize Tourism Board and are some of the most experienced tourism professionals in Belize with a broad range of backgrounds. We share a love for what we do and a commitment to providing you a great product at a fair price.

 

Our website at www.belizehotels.org will complement this guide with more details on vacation packages, special offers and airfare deals.







Belize City & Northern Belize


Belize City is the bustling commercial hub of Belize with fascinating history and cultural attractions that also provides a launchpad to explore both the coastal and interior features of the country. Northern Belize is the gateway to Belize from Mexico. The Corazol and Orange Walk districts offer many natural adventures and spectacular treasures to explore. Maya sites including Lamanai and the Temple of the Sun God at Altun Ha fascinate many thousands of visitors each and every year. Several prominent wildlife and nature reserves give visitors first-hand contact with exotic birds and native wildlife.


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Islands & Cayes


Over 200 white sand islands or “cayes” dot the coastline both inside and outside the famous Belize Barrier Reef, the 2nd largest in the world. The larger cayes in the north support charming towns on Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker which feature dozens of resorts and hotels to fit any budget. More exclusive private islands and diving focused resorts provide access to some of the best scuba diving and fishing found anywhere. The exquisite Atolls of Lighthouse Reef, Turneffe and Glover Reef are unmatched in beauty and access to the underwater paradise which is offshore Belize.


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Western Belize


Ecotourism adventures are abound in the Cayo district, the largest in Belize, which is home to the capital Belmopan and the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. An astonishing 880,000 acres of protected land in Mountain Pine Ridge area attracts visitors seeking adventure in the form of caving, bird watching, river canoes, hikes to secluded waterfalls and even zip-lining. Maya sites are found all across Cayo including Caracol, Xunantunich, and Cahal Pech to name a few. This region also boasts Central America's largest cave system including the amazing ATM Cave featured on National Geographic TV.


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Southern Belize


The picturesque Hummingbird Highway snakes through the Maya Mountains leading visitors to the wonderful jewel that is Southern Belize. Featuring larger towns and small villages along the coast and dense mountain jungle inland, Southern Belize offers both breathtaking natural beauty and vibrant local cultures of the Maya and Garifuna people. Prime destinations include the major Garifuna town of Dangriga, Hopkins Beach, the Placencia peninsula, and Toledo District including Punta Gorda. World-class scuba diving, snorkeling, flats and sea fishing, sailing and boating delight visitors from all over the world.


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