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It may be the only English-speaking country in Central America, but its unique surprises don’t end there. Belize vacations provide nonstop adventure for all.

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    Belize City

    Belizean Shores Resort - European Plan
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    Coco Beach Resort - European Plan
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    Belize City

    Robert's Grove Beach Resort - EP

Find your beach bliss in Belize.

The varied landscape of Belize is only rivaled by its diverse culture. This helps make it one of the most intriguing countries in Central America. From the moment you first fly into Belize City, the unique flair of the country surrounds your plane with urban excitement. With shopping, zoos, bars, restaurants, and stunning resorts, the city’s energy spills over as you venture out into its tropical wilderness. This expansive, natural terrain lends itself to adventures like tubing through caves, diving into barrier reefs, and hiking around ancient Mayan ruins. The exotic diversity of Belize is on display, from its unique jaguar preserves to its more than 400 tropical islands. All you have to do is become a part of it.


Why Book a Belize Vacation Package

  • Belize City

    Belize City is a modern city with a unique blend of colonial architecture and modern buildings. The city's historic landmarks include the St. John's Cathedral, the oldest Anglican Church in Central America, and the Government House built in the early 19th century.

    The city is famous for its hospitality and Belize's largest hotels and conference facilities. The restaurants and bars in Belize City offer a diverse range of culinary delights, with influences from the Caribbean, Latin America, and Asia. Visitors can sample traditional Belizean cuisine, including rice and beans, seafood, and local fruits and vegetables.

    Belize City is also known for its vibrant nightlife, with numerous bars and nightclubs offering live music and entertainment. The city is home to a thriving art and music scene, with regular exhibitions, concerts, and festivals throughout the year.

    Shopping is a popular activity in Belize City, with a wide range of stores offering everything from local handicrafts to high-end fashion. The city's bustling markets are a great place to find souvenirs and unique gifts.

  • The Island of Ambergris Caye

    Ambergris Caye is a picturesque island situated just 36 miles away from the coast of mainland Belize, in Central America. It is the largest island in Belize, known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and world-class diving opportunities.

    The streets of Ambergris Caye are paved with cobblestones and are inaccessible to cars, which creates a charming, old-world ambiance. Visitors can explore the island on foot, by bicycle, or by golf cart, which is the primary mode of transportation. The island's quaint shops, boutiques, and restaurants offer diverse local and international cuisine, making it a foodie's paradise.

    The island's location near the barrier reef and the Great Blue Hole makes it a popular scuba diving and snorkeling destination. The waters around Ambergris Caye are teeming with a variety of marine life, including colorful fish, turtles, and even sharks. Divers can explore numerous diving sites around the island, including the world-famous Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley.

    Visitors can relax on the island's beautiful beaches, take a boat tour of the surrounding waters, or visit the island's many cultural and historical landmarks. The island also hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, including the San Pedro Lobster Fest and the International Costa Maya Festival.

  • Placencia Peninsula

    The Placencia Peninsula is a beautiful stretch of land located in southern Belize, in Central America. The peninsula boasts over 16 miles of pristine, walkable beaches, making it a paradise for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts.

    The beaches of the Placencia Peninsula are long, golden stretches of sand that seem to go on forever. Visitors can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and a range of water activities like snorkeling and scuba diving in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea.

    The Placencia Peninsula is also home to several charming Kriol fishing villages that offer a glimpse into traditional Belizean life. Visitors can explore these villages, learn about the local culture, and sample some of the freshest seafood delicacies in the country.

    In addition to the local cuisine, the Placencia Peninsula is home to several fine dining establishments serving a range of international cuisine. Visitors can enjoy everything from Italian and French cuisine to Asian and Caribbean-inspired dishes.

  • San Ignacio

    San Ignacio is a vibrant town located in western Belize, in Central America. The town is known for its rich Mayan history and culture and is a popular destination for travelers who want to explore ancient Mayan ruins and architecture.

    San Ignacio is surrounded by a lush rainforest home to numerous Mayan ruins and archaeological sites. Visitors can explore these sites with guided walking tours led by knowledgeable locals, who can provide insight into the history and significance of the ancient Mayan civilization.

    In addition to the Mayan ruins, San Ignacio is also a great place for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can go spelunking in nearby caves or hike through the rainforest to discover hidden waterfalls and natural swimming pools.

    After a day of adventure, visitors can unwind on Burns Avenue, which is the town's main street. The street is lined with restaurants, cafes, and bars, where visitors can enjoy authentic cuisine and drinks while engaging in conversation with friendly locals.

  • Belize Barrier Reef

    The Belize Barrier Reef is a natural wonder and a UNESCO World Heritage Site located off the coast of Belize in Central America. As the second-largest coral reef system in the world, the reef spans over 190 miles and is a breathtaking underwater world full of vibrant marine life.

    Visitors to the Belize Barrier Reef can explore the underwater world through snorkeling or scuba diving. The reef is home to over 500 species of fish, as well as a variety of marine mammals and reptiles, including sea turtles and sharks. The crystal-clear waters provide visibility up to 100 feet, making it an ideal location for underwater photography.

    In addition to marine life, the reef is home to a range of coral species, including brain and elkhorn coral. The coral formations provide a beautiful backdrop for the colorful fish and other sea creatures that call the reef home.

  • Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

    If you're looking for a unique adventure in Belize, the Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave (ATM Cave) is a must-visit destination. Located in the heart of the Belizean rainforest, the ATM Cave is one of the country's most popular and impressive caves.

    The ATM Cave is not just a natural wonder, but also a historical and cultural treasure. Visitors can take a guided tour of the cave and explore the various chambers and passageways, some of which are filled with water. Along the way, visitors can see a range of Mayan artifacts and skeletal remains, including the famous "Crystal Maiden," which is a fully intact skeleton of a young Mayan woman that sparkles in the cave's light.

    The ATM Cave is more than just a tourist attraction, it's also a spiritual site for the Mayan people. Many of the artifacts and remains found within the cave are believed to have been offerings to the gods, making it an important cultural site for the Mayan people.

  • Belize Zoo

    If you're a nature lover visiting Belize, the Belize Zoo is a must-see destination. This conservation and education center is located in the heart of the country and is home to over 125 native animals, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in Belize.

    The Belize Zoo is not just any ordinary zoo. It's a conservation and education center that focuses on the conservation of Belize's wildlife and the education of the public on the importance of wildlife conservation. The zoo is dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned animals, as well as the protection of endangered species.

    Visitors to the Belize Zoo can take a guided tour of the various animal exhibits, including jaguars, tapirs, howler monkeys, and macaws. The zoo offers educational tours and animal encounters, giving visitors the opportunity to learn about the different species and their importance to the Belizean ecosystem.

  • In-Destination Support

    Funjet’s end-to-end service means we also support you in-destination. Our network includes a relationship with Discovery Expeditions Belize, a professional destination management company dedicated to service, value, comfort, safety, and excellence. They are there to greet you when you land, provide you with door-to-door transportation to your hotel, help you find activities beyond the resort, and to answer any questions you may have. 

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