Travel Blogs from Belize

Sort by Newest Best first

Hey mon, go slow!, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Hey mon, go slow!

A travel blog entry by simonandsari

16

Island Paradise off the coast of Belize. The island is protected from the Caribbean sea by a coral reef a few hundred metres from the shore, but more about that later... On the 1st day we decided for a gentle introduction to snorkeling by taking a half ...

Meeting, salt dip and banter, as told by Micah, Dangriga, Belize travel blog

Meeting, salt dip and banter, as told by Micah

A travel blog entry by rushpuppies

5
1

To give my wife a reprieve tonight I write: Well today was again a scorcher even for the locals.  As the temperatures climb, they too have to start getting acclimated as the temp will continue to rise for the next month or two.  March is the ...

Filling In For Zuly, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Filling In For Zuly

A travel blog entry by camryna

... 't really feel like it although I really enjoyed our first dive. So I sat on the boat and talked with Sergio our captain about Belize. the others were freezing when they got to the boat because they had gone down 100ft. After the dive we went to lunch at ...

Under the Yucatan sun, Belize and Yucatan, Mexico travel blog

Under the Yucatan sun

A travel blog entry by ak_and_gregor

7

... was a fast food fish grill and we had a great barracuda dinner here for only 5 USD. We did not decide to dive in Belize because it was so expensive. Instead we went on a couple of snorkeling trips to the barrier reef and this was just fantastic! We ...

Day 38, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Day 38

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy

Had a nice lie on, packed our bags and checked out. Everyone on the island seemed to be bombing around the place on golf carts so we decided we would do likewise. We walked around looking for the rental shop and after 20mins of searching we found one. A ...

San Ignacio, Belize!, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

San Ignacio, Belize!

A travel blog entry by ronald

... I talked for a bit with a guy from Alabama. He told me quite some interesting stuff (hes setting up a tirebusiness in Belize) like that they sometimes have armyants coming through which eats about every insect (or small animals) there is. Spend another ...

Caye Caulker Day 5, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Caye Caulker Day 5

A travel blog entry by ryanaross

Great day. Woke up and it was pouring rain all morning but the inside of this hostel is pretty nice (really must remember to take pictures). Signed up for the diving trip. Sun came out and stayed out for the rest of a beautiful day at noon though so went ...

Day 18 (Trip 2, Day 9) - Tikal, San Jose Succotz, Belize travel blog

Day 18 (Trip 2, Day 9) - Tikal

A travel blog entry by jonoscott

3

... on in Thomas' mind... he comes up with the most random stuff at times, you can't help but laugh. We then headed off to Belize, which was about 30 minutes or so from out lunch stop to the border. Pretty easy going getting though the border crossing, no ...

A fool photographer's fall from failure to farce, Sarteneja via Lighthouse Reef, Belize travel blog

A fool photographer's fall from failure to farce

A travel blog entry by bellyschoeffel

2
16

... land-based exploration for the morrow.   Half Moon Cay, like  Blue Hole, is a Natural Monument, run by the Belize Audobon Society. It has a Red-footed Booby colony, which we duly observed from the observation tower provided. We walked to the ...

Guest appearance, Placencia, Belize travel blog

Guest appearance

A travel blog entry by jenipedia

1

... ) and eaten enough refried beans to cause a mini surge in its commodity price. Crossing the border five days ago into Belize (formally British Honduras) was another adventure - arriving by boat into a country (other than via Hollyhead) and stepping off ...

Sort by Newest Best first