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Tours and Activities in Belize

What to Do in Belize

  • Belize Tourist Village

    Your typical cruise-oriented tourist village still has some charm at least for the first-timers. Lots of stuff to buy or do.

  • Bannister Island

    Tiny private island that offers the best beaches in the Belize City area. Come here to enjoy its pristine beaches.

  • Belize Zoo

    Visiting this ZOO is a real pleasure! Come see more than hundred animals native to Belize – wildcats, monkeys and reptiles.

  • Old Belize

    Cultural and historical centre aiming to present the moved history of the city and its genuine culture. Lots of fun for everyone.

  • Altun Ha Maya Site

    Fascinating ruins of ancient temples dating back to 900 BC. Difficult to reach without an organised tour yet well worth it!

  • Baron Bliss Lighthouse

    Named after British traveller and philanthropist, the lighthouse also holds its tomb. A charming place perfect for an evening walk.

  • Lamanai

    Ruins of Mayan city still dominated by several temples. Also, pay a visit to the adjacent museum housing the excavations.

  • Caye Chapel Golf Course

    Exclusive 18-hole golf course with no round limits provide perfect opportunities for an undisturbed game.

  • Community Baboon Sanctuary

    Amazing natural reserve where you can see lots of various animals, most importantly the howler monkeys up close.

  • National Handicrafts Centre

    If looking for something less touristy than Tourism Village, this craft market is perfect for you. Good selection of hand-made souvenirs.

  • Albert Street

    The main artery of the city life. Always busy with its shops, bars and restaurants.

  • Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

    A wonderful natural reserve as well as place where the natives still live as a community. A must see not only for birdwatchers!

  • Government House

    Built by Sir Christopher Wren, this stately building now serves for official purposes and also as a museum of Belize – why not.

  • Museum of Belize

    Former prison and now the most impressive museum in Belize. Amazing array of Mayan artefacts and memorabilia of the colonial history.

  • Memorial Park

    The park is dedicated to the soldiers who fought and have fallen in World War I. Surrounded with colonial mansions.

  • Cucumber Beach

    350 feet long man-made beach is the only place to dip in the sea near the Belize City. Gets often crowded.

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