Embassy Hotel

Address: Mile 3, Northern Highway, Ladyville, Belize District, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mile 3, Northern Highway, Ladyville, is near Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing with Major Tom, Coral Breeze Tours Cave Tubing Adventure, and Belize Eco-Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ladyville

Let’s go to Belize – For Real!

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 26, 2014

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... to tourists. It is 306 pesos, about 20 USD. Everyone pays it, but if you fly out of Mexico the airline already has it in their price. If you argue that you have a flight leaving the country, they sometimes wave the fee for you. I went to the border officer thinking that there is no way I will pay that fee, as I even have two flights leaving Mexico, one to Bogotá, and another to Los Angeles. Apparently the fee was already paid for twice. With that in mind, I was a bit caught by ...

You Better Belize It!

A travel blog entry by lecey19 on Nov 22, 2014

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... that make a trip more exciting and unique. We went reef fishing and snorkeling with this couple on our third day, where we caught barracuda and red mutton snapper, and got a private snorkeling tour that put the fear of Poseidon in me. The snorkeling itself was fun and all, until our guide pointed out Fire Coral (“Don’t touch that, even though we’re ...

Getting there: a challenge in itself

A travel blog entry by pachi on Jul 05, 2014

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... to go through the international police and security. Luckily the long lines meant we didn't have to wait long to board the plane and we were soon on our way. Although I was worried about the short time to change flights in Panama City, I needed have been. The flight number changed but the plane was the same one we had caught in Santiago. This are the little details that can drive you crazy when planning.

We arrived at ...

Rastas, reggae, lobsters and a lot of diving!

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jun 14, 2014

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After we cleared Immigration and Customs in San Pedro (which was basically a wooden shed on the pier) we boarded another boat to take us to the island of Caye Caulker, Ambergris Caye's more laid back and much cheaper neighbour. Claire had chosen a hotel from the reviews on the web so we walked to Sandy Lane (sadly not the one in Barbados) and were given the keys to our lovely little cabin which was home for the next few days (for $10 a night!). The hotel was owned by Miss Elma and ...

You better Belize it!

A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 24, 2014

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... started to love so much.

The island was pretty small and like a lot of Belize is very American. Wealthy pensioners buying real estate has pushed prices way beyond the reaches of the majority of locals. A lot of the tourists and expats drive around the island of golf carts and you get the feeling that Caye Caulker won't a the quiet island for much longer. We decided to sign up for the full day sailing and ...