Caracol Mayan Ruin Engraving. Belize City.
Cruise to Belize and trek to the tallest building in the nation— an ancient temple built by the Maya. Standing 137-feet tall, the pyramid ruins of the Sky Palace, El Caana, preside over Caracol, one of the country’s 900 pre-Colombian archaeological sites.
Couple Ready to go on a Tube Excursion. Belize City.
If you’re looking for a unique experience, you can’t miss cave tubing in Belize. Float down the river stream on an inflatable tube through an intricate network of limestone caverns — which the Maya believed were the entrance to the underworld. Learn about cave geology and rich Maya history while admiring stalagmite formations and ancient offerings left behind centuries ago.
Set sail to Shark Ray Alley, a shallow part of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, and snorkel alongside nurse sharks, southern stingrays, and colorful coral. The resident sea creatures are eager to meet you and will swim right up to the boat when you arrive.
Local cuisine fuses a variety of influences in dishes like hearty meat stews, tacos and tostadas, and deep-fried meat-stuffed pastries called panades. Get your fresh seafood fix with ceviche and fritters made with conch. And be sure to spice things up with hot sauce— an essential condiment in Belize.
Check out the Tourism Village on Fort Street, right at the harbor. You’ll find recommended and guaranteed stores with duty-free deals on luxury items. Most shops even accept US dollars, so you won’t have to exchange your money first.
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