Journals Belize City

The Coast and Cayes of Belize

Created by HobWahid on May 13, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Belize, the only English-speaking country in Central America, is also one of its most culturally and geographically diverse. In Belize, Latino, Creole, and Garifuna cultures all mix along with fabulous cayes, caves, jungles, and Mayan ruins.

Central American Paradise

Created by African Explorer on October 2, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Central America's private hide away. Beautiful beaches and crystal clear water at an affordable price.

Music, Tin Roofs and Yellow Coconuts

Created by Languedoc on August 28, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Two trips to Belize are included here; one alone by bus and the other aboard a small tour ship

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Caye Caulker

Created by opivzilla on March 27, 2006

1 Review

Rasta Pasta.

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San Pedro

Created by opivzilla on March 27, 2006

1 Review

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Cave Tubing

Created by cruiseaddict on November 7, 2005

1 Review

We visited Belize on a our honeymoon cruise. It was one of the most beautiful places that we have ever been. We had considered taking one of the shore excursions from the ship but were glad that we waited.

Great Cave-Tubing Trip in Belize

Created by StevePerera on August 21, 2005

1 Review

This was a great family-fun adventure with my friends and family. We went cave tubing through the mystic ancient Mayan caves of Belize. We found this service at www.buy-belize.com and www.cavetubinginbelize.com. They were very helpful and guided us to the very end.

Belize, Please!

Created by SFPhotocraft on April 20, 2005

3 Reviews

Most travelers to Belize don't spend a lot of time in Belize City. However, if you fly in or take a cruise ship, you will certainly transit this Central American city.

Week in Belize

Created by RSchoettger on January 16, 2005

3 Reviews

We decided to stay at the Jaguar Reef Lodge/Coco Plum Resort near Hopkins, Belize. Belize has wonderful activities, such as snorkeling/diving, jungle/wildlife hikes, tours of Mayan ruins, and just enjoying the culture and friendly people. I really enjoyed the trip, but bad weather and sand flies certainly are distracting!

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Jungle and Sea in Belize

Created by tlubkin on December 8, 2004

15 Reviews

We learned that this small country, just south of the Yucatan Peninsula, reaped the benefits of bordering on the Caribbean Sea, with the second largest barrier reef in the world and yet an inland area that was exciting to explore.

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