Belize is a small country that packs a big punch. Incredible adventures are to be had on the land and in the sea. Find out my favorite things to do in Belize on the listed posts below. This amazing country has it all – jungle adventures, amazing scuba diving and snorkeling, unforgettable beaches and sunsets, culture and so much more.
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After spending 5 days in a filthy, decaying guest house I’m checking into a resort for some much needed rest and relaxation. Chabil Mar Villas is the top rated hotel in Placencia, Belize and for good reason!
Ever since learning how to scuba dive it has been natural to combine with my interest in photography and record what I experience underwater. This is a collection of my favorite underwater photos from my diving trips in Belize this year.
Dispelling the often cited myth that Placencia is home to the best beaches in Belize. Find out where the real best beach in Belize is!
If you have the budget there’s no need to settle for anything less than amazing on Belize’s tropical Caribbean islands, and Portofino Resort on Ambergris Caye is truly a little slice of paradise.
Pelican beach is my favorite beach in all of Belize and South Water Caye is a stunning tropical island you shouldn’t miss when traveling to Southern Belize.
I’m in Belize on the hunt for whale sharks – but I’m not watching them from the boat, I’m plunging into the water to scuba dive and snorkel with the world’s largest fish. Don’t miss the photos and video from my incredible and unforgettable experience!
Hiking in the pristine jungle and world’s first Jaguar Preserve – the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary in Stann Creek, Belize. River tubing, waterfalls and wildlife sightings await.
This week’s photo is of a striped Nassau grouper I observed feasting on a lobster! Photographed in Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize. The Nassau grouper is becoming an endangered species and this area is one of the best locations for spotting them.
I travel to the 15th annual Placencia Lobsterfest in Placencia, Belize. It was an epic celebration of mouthwatering proportions. Don’t be fooled, there’s more to this festival than just filling your belly with delicious lobster!
There I was, unsure of what to expect on my first ever dive into the ocean and before resurfacing my life had been forever changed. Everyone has moments in their life that stand far out, above and beyond all others. My first time ocean diving in Belize was one of those moments.
Climb atop the 130 foot high El Castillo temple and over two dozen other structures at Xunantunich. An incredible and unique Mayan site full of history and intrigue.
Watch video and see pictures from some of the best snorkeling in the entire world. Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley off Belize’s largest island, Ambergris Caye. I came across sea turtles, rays, grouper and a huge variety of Caribbean reef fish.