Travel to Belize

Discover Belize, where the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea invite adventure. Dive into the world’s second largest barrier reef and swim with colorful fish and turtles. Explore mysterious Mayan ruins hidden in the lush jungle and meet indigenous communities that welcome you with open arms.


Located on the Caribbean coast of Central America is a paradise with a breathtaking coastline along the Caribbean Sea and pristine beaches. The Belize Barrier Reef, the world’s second largest barrier reef, makes it a top destination for divers and snorkelers, with colorful coral reefs and marine life.

Despite its modest size, Belize is home to a remarkable diversity of flora and fauna, including jaguars, toucans, and manatees in protected nature reserves.

Belize is also a melting pot of cultures, including Mayan, Creole, Garifuna, Mestizo and more. As you travel through the country, you can explore ancient Mayan ruins, such as Caracol and Xunantunich, and enjoy traditional music, dance and cuisine and meet indigenous communities that welcome you with open arms. Belize offers adventure and culture alongside its natural beauty.

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When to travel

Belize enjoys a tropical climate and can be visited year-round. The dry season, which runs from November to April, is generally considered the best time to visit as it offers sunny weather and lower chances of rainfall. The wet season, from May to October, brings more rain and higher humidity, but it can also be a great time to visit for lower tourist crowds and lush green landscapes.


The official language of Belize is English, making it convenient for English-speaking travelers. However, you may also encounter locals speaking Belizean Creole, Spanish, or indigenous languages.


It's recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or travel clinic before visiting Belize to receive up-to-date information on recommended vaccinations and health precautions. Mosquito-borne diseases, such as dengue fever and Zika virus, can be a concern in certain regions, so it's advisable to take measures to prevent mosquito bites. It's also important to have travel insurance that covers medical expenses and emergency evacuations.

Travel documents

A valid passport is required for entry into Belize. Depending on your nationality, you may be eligible for a visa-free stay ranging from 30 to 90 days. It's important to check the visa requirements for your specific country before traveling to Belize and ensure that your passport has sufficient validity for the duration of your stay.


Belize is generally a safe country for travelers, but it's still important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. Take standard precautions such as safeguarding your belongings, avoiding isolated areas at night, and staying informed about any travel advisories or local safety concerns.

Currency and banks

The official currency of Belize is the Belize Dollar (BZD), which is commonly accepted throughout the country. U.S. dollars are also widely accepted. ATMs are available in major towns and cities, and credit cards are accepted in most tourist establishments. However, it's advisable to carry some cash, especially when visiting more remote areas.


Belize offers various transportation options for getting around the country. Domestic flights are available for traveling between major destinations, and there are reliable bus services that connect different towns and cities. Taxis are common in urban areas, while water taxis or small boats are used for island hopping or reaching coastal destinations.


Internet access is available in most tourist areas and major towns in Belize. Many hotels, resorts, cafes, and restaurants offer Wi-Fi services, and there are also internet cafes where you can access the internet for a fee. These are general guidelines for traveling to Belize. However, it's always important to research and stay updated on the specific requirements and conditions before your trip, especially regarding safety, health, and any entry requirements or restrictions.


Belize uses 110V electricity, and the standard plug types are Type A and Type B, which are the same as in the United States and Canada. It's recommended to bring a universal adapter if your country uses a different plug type.

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