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Belize Cave Tubing Carnival

Guide to Belize cave tubing carnival and Belize zipline and cave tubing excursion. Belize City adventure tour company offering private Belize cave tubing to visitors cruising on Carnival Cruise Line. Our cave tubing can be combined with the following activities: zipline, Belize Zoo, altun ha Mayan ruins, horseback riding, and Belize Baboon Sanctuary. The cave tubing we offer to carnival cruisers is family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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Cave Tubing Belize City

Guide to cave tubing Belize and cave tubing Belize City. Belize City cave tubing tour company offering private cave tubing tours throughout the country of Belize. Our cave tubing tour can be combined with the following activities: zipline, Belize Zoo, horseback riding, Belize baboon sanctuary, altun ha Mayan Ruins, xunantunich maya ruins,and cahal pech maya ruins.

We offer our Belize cave tubing to visitors staying in Ambergris Caye, San Pedro, Caye Caulker, St. George’s Caye, Belize City, San Ignacio, Belmopan, Dangriga, and every other parts of Belize. Our cave tubing tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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Cave Tubing Belize | $65.00 | Cave Tubing Belize City

Guide to cave tubing Belize and cave tubing Belize City. Belize cave tubing tour company offering private cave tubing tours throughout the country of Belize. Our cave tubing tour can be combined with the following activities: zipline, Belize Zoo, horseback riding, Belize baboon sanctuary, altun ha Mayan Ruins, xunantunich maya ruins,and cahal pech maya ruins.

We offer our Belize cave tubing to visitors staying in Ambergris Caye, San Pedro, Caye Caulker, St. George’s Caye, Belize City, San Ignacio, Belmopan, Dangriga, and every other parts of Belize. Our cave tubing tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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Airbnb Belize Ambergris Caye

Guide to airbnb Belize Ambergris Caye and best airbnb in San Pedro Belize. Belize adventure tour company offering private tours on the mainland of Belize. We don’t do pick ups at airbnb in Ambergris Caye and San Pedro, Belize. But we offer our tours to visitors staying in Ambergris Caye and San Pedro, Belize. We operate on the mainland on Belize City. You will need to board one of the early water taxi or flight to the mainland of Belize City. When you arrive in Belize City, we will be holding a sign that reads your name. For more information, visit our website: http://thumbsuptoursbelize.bravesites.com

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Airbnb Belize City | Belize City Hotels

Airbnb Belize City Kings Park – Airbnb Belize City - Belize City adventure tour company offering private tours. Some of our most popular tours are as follow: cave tubing, zipline, cave tubing and xunantunich mayan ruins, altun ha and baboon sanctuary, cave tubing and zipline, and lamanai ruins, just to name a few. We do free pick up from airbnb Belize City Kiings Park. All of our tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://thumbsuptoursbelize.bravesites.com

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Cheap Flights To Belize | $100.00 | Cheap Way To Fly To Belize

Guide to cheap flights to Belize and cheap way to fly to Belize. Belize adventure tour company offering private tours. Some of our most popular tours are as follow: cave tubing, zip line, horseback riding, cave tubing and zipline, xunantunich and cave tubing, altun ha and cave tubing, just to name a few. All of our tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://thumbsuptoursbelize.bravesites.com

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Belize Cave Tubing and Zipline

Guide to Belize cave tubing and zipline. Belize cave tubing and zipline company offering private tours. Our Belize cave tubing and zipline can be combined with altun ha maya ruins, xunantunich maya ruins, Belize zoo, and Belize baboon sanctuary, just to name a few.

Belize Cave Tubing and Zipline Age Restrictions: Kids are welcome to participate in our cave tubing and zipline adventure. All kids need to be 5 years or older to participate. If the child is not 5 years old, he/ she needs to be no shorter than 40 inches.

Belize Cave Tubing and Zipline Weight Limit: We have been doing cave tubing and zipline with people over 300 pounds without a problem. You are welcome to participate. For more information visit our website: http://thumbsuptoursbelize.bravesites.com

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Xunantunich Tours From San Ignacio

Guide to xunantunich tours from San Ignacio and San Ignacio tours. San Ignacio adventure tour company offering personalize tour services. Our xunantunnich tours can be combined with cave tubing, zipline, Belize zoo, and horseback riding. All of our tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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Ambergris Caye Luxury Resorts

Ambergris Caye Belize adventure tour company offering personalize tour services on the mainland of Belize. Some of our most popular tours from Ambergris Caye Belize are as follow: cave tubing and zipline, lamanai mayan ruins, xunantunich and cave tubing, altun ha and cave tubing, xunantunich and Belize zoo, just to name a few. All of our tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://thumbsuptoursbelize.bravesites.com

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Maya Ruins | Mayan Ruins

Belize is blessed with over 350 maya ruins. Some of the most popular maya ruins are as follow: Altun Ha Maya Ruins, Cahal Pech Maya Ruins, Lamanai Maya Ruins, Caracol Maya Ruins, El Pilar Maya, and Xunantunich Maya Ruins.  These are the most visited Maya Ruins in Belize. Some of the Maya ruins can be combined with zipline, cave tubing, Belize Zoo, baboon sanctuary, and horseback riding. We offer strictly private tours that are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

 

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Belize City Things To Do

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10 Places To Visit In Belize City

Belize can be found resting peacefully between Guatemala and Mexico and is a one-stop destination for the intrepid traveler who wants to experience Caribbean culture in its entirety. Although many tourists do not stay in Belize City( the old capital of the country), there are many beautiful attractions nearby to explore.

The largest city in the country and the former capital, Belize City is not most visitors' first destination. Although flights and cruise ships regularly bring visitors to Belize City, most tourists immediately depart for other destinations. Considering that Belize's main attractions are its lovely nature and beautiful offshore islands, it makes sense that visitors aren't overly interested in the country's largest urban area.

Making things worse is Belize City's reputation as a haven for crime, violence, and gangland shootings. Even people who love this gorgeous country admit that Belize City is often the national black eye, inflating crime statistics that skew just how peaceful and relaxed the rest of the country really is.

That being said, it's important to remember that tourism is a major industry in Belize, so the government ensures that the areas of Belize City most frequented by visitors are safe, well-patrolled, and free from major crimes. In particular, the area around the Fort Street Tourism Village, the municipal airport, and the historic downtown area where the water taxi docks, the St. John Anglican Cathedral, and the Museum of Belize are all located is safe for visitors.

Although many first-time visitors avoid Belize City, there's plenty of raffish charm to this urban center. As the long-time capital of the colony and then independent nation, Belize City has a lot of history. And the colorful characters that make up Belize's melting pot society all call Belize City home, especially the Creole. Yes, there are some areas with ramshackle housing and slow-moving canals, but Belize City also has stately colonial-era homes, lively shopping districts, beachfront amusement parks, and a flotilla of graceful sailboats.

To begin your explorations of Belize City, start with Haulover Creek, the main waterway that splits the city roughly in two. Heading towards the coast, you'll soon find the historic center when you reach the Swing Bridge. From there, you can go northeast to visit the Museum of Belize, the Fort Street Tourism Village, the beautiful BTL Memorial Park, and the Baron Bliss lighthouse dedicated to Belize's greatest benefactor.

Heading south from the Swing Bridge, visitors can tour the St. John Anglican Cathedral, the only Anglican church outside of England that was used to crown a king. You can also visit the Government House. Once the principal administration building, it is now partly a museum and partly still used for administration purposes. There are fine hotels and restaurants to be found on both sides of the bridge, so feel free to explore this magnificent urban area in Belize.

Here are the top things to see and do in and around Belize City:

The Belize Zoo

 

Belize Zoo

- The Belize Zoo was initially intended for animals which were injured or donated to the facility and could not be returned to the wild. The zoo is now home to an impressive array of large cats, primates, reptiles and birds. You’ll have the opportunity to view Belize’s prolific wildlife in one location.

Museum of Belize

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- The rich culture and history of Belize can be explored by visiting the Museum of Belize. Apart from the Mayan relics present here, tourists will also find a lot of exhibits.

St John’s Cathedral

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- Central America’s oldest Anglican Church is brimming with British colonial architecture and has a special place in the history of Belize. Tourists would visit the place when they take up the city tour.

The Government House

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- This colonial building played host to various dignitaries from all over the world and tourists can visit this place to catch a glimpse of some vintage stuff like furniture and photographs.

Altun Ha

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- This archaeological site is the same displayed on the national beer of Belize, and it has tremendous attraction for archaeology lovers. Jade Head of Kinich Ahau was found here.

Old Belize

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- This is a Marina with its own beach, waterfall, museum, restaurant, and so much more in a small, quaint place away from the hubbub of the city. It is ideal for a family outing.

Goff’s Caye

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- A popular spot for picnics, families can spend a day in Goff’s Caye eating barbequed conch, fish, and lobster fresh out of the sea. They can also go snorkelling when the sun sets and witness the exquisite marine life.

Belize Tourism Village

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-The tourism village is the entry port for those who cruise into the city and is a place to quickly get some local beer and souvenirs for friends back home.

Tour Belize City

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- The best way to catch all the sights of the city is to hire a guide who will count off all the important attractions, get tourists acquainted with local food, and also suggest great options to shop for souvenirs.

Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

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-Ornitologists would love this wildlife sanctuary with its hundreds of species of birds. It is 30 miles away from Belize City.

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Belize City

Belize City is the largest city in Belize and was once the capital of the former British Honduras. According to the 2010 census, Belize City has a population of 57,169 people in 16,162 households. It is at the mouth of the Haulover Creek, which is a distributary of the Belize River. The Belize River empties into the Caribbean Sea five miles from Belize City on the Philip Goldson Highway on the coast of the Caribbean. The city is the country's principal port and its financial and industrial hub. Cruise ships drop anchor outside the port and are tendered by local citizens. The city was almost entirely destroyed in 1961 when Hurricane Hattie swept ashore on October 31. It was the capital of British Honduras (as Belize was then named) until the government was moved to the new capital of Belmopan in 1970.

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About Belize

About Belize

Belize formerly known as British Honduras, is a Caribbean country located on the northeastern coast of Central America. Belize is bordered on the northwest by Mexico, on the east by the Caribbean Sea, and on the south and west by Guatemala. It has an area of 22,970 square kilometres (8,867 sq mi) and a population of 408,487 (2019). Its mainland is about 290 km (180 mi) long and 110 km (68 mi) wide. It has the lowest population and population density in Central America.The country's population growth rate of 1.87% per year (2018 estimate) is the second highest in the region and one of the highest in the Western Hemisphere.

The Maya Civilization spread into the area of Belize between 1500 B.C. and A.D. 300 and flourished until about 1200.European contact began in 1502 when Christopher Columbus sailed along the Gulf of Honduras. European exploration was begun by English settlers in 1638. This period was also marked by Spain and Britain both laying claim to the land until Britain defeated the Spanish in the Battle of St. George's Caye (1798).It became a British colony in 1840, known as British Honduras, and a Crown colony in 1862. Independence was achieved from the United Kingdom on 21 September 1981.

Belize has a diverse society that is composed of many cultures and languages that reflect its rich history. English is the official language of Belize, while Belizean Creole is the most widely spoken national language, being the native language of over a third of the population. Over half the population is multilingual, with Spanish being the second most common spoken language. It is known for its September Celebrations, its extensive barrier reef coral reefs, and punta music.

Belize's abundance of terrestrial and marine species and its diversity of ecosystems give it a key place in the globally significant Mesoamerican Biological Corridor. It is considered a Central American and Caribbean nation with strong ties to both the American and Caribbean regions. It is a member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), and the Central American Integration System (SICA), the only country to hold full membership in all three regional organizations. Belize is the only continental Central American country which is a Commonwealth realm, with Queen Elizabeth II as its monarch and head of state, represented by a Governor General (currently, His Excellence Sir Colville Young).

Belize Languages

English is the official language of Belize. This stems from the country being a former British colony. Belize is the only country in Central America with English as the official language. Also, English is the primary language of public education, government and most media outlets. About half of Belizeans regardless of ethnicity speak a mostly English-based creole called Belize Creole (or Kriol in Belize Creole). Although English is widely used, Kriol is spoken in all situations whether informal, formal, social or interethnic dialogue, even in meetings of the House of Representatives.

When a Creole language exists alongside its lexifier language, as is the case in Belize, a continuum forms between the Creole and the lexifier language. It is therefore difficult to substantiate or differentiate the number of Belize Creole speakers compared to English speakers. Kriol might best be described as the lingua franca of the nation.

Approximately 50% of Belizeans self-identify as Mestizo, Latino, or Hispanic and 30% speak Spanish as a native language.When Belize was a British colony, Spanish was banned in schools but today it is widely taught as a second language. "Kitchen Spanish" is an intermediate form of Spanish mixed with Belize Creole, spoken in the northern towns such as Corozal and San Pedro

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Blue Hole Excursions From Ambergris Caye

Guide to blue hole excursions from Ambergris Caye and Ambergris Caye tours. Ambergris Caye adventure tour company offering private tours on mainland Belize. Our mainland tours from Ambergris Caye include, cave tubing, zipline, jungle atv, river rafting, river tubing, altun ha mayan ruins, xunantunich mayan ruins, lamanai mayan ruins, and cahal pech mayan ruins, just to name a few. All of our tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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Ambergris Caye Tours

Ambergris Caye adventure tour company offering personalize tour services. Some of our most popular tours are as follow: blue hole excursions from Ambergris Caye, Ambergris Caye snorkeling tours, Lamanai tours from Ambergris Caye, and scuba diving. If you are not sure about the things to do in Ambergris Caye or you are unsure about mainland tours from Ambergris Caye, get in touch with and we will be happy to assist you. For more information, visit our website: http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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Xunantunich Tour From San Pedro

Guide to xunantunich tour from San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, and Belize city. Xunantunich adventure tour company offering personalize tour services. We offer private xunantunich tours from San Pedro Belize, Caye Caulker, Ambergris Caye, Belize City, and San Ignacio. Xunantunich Mayan ruins can be combined with the following activities for a full day of thrill: Cave Tubing, Zipline, Belize Zoo, and Horseback Riding. Our xunantunich tour is family friendly and can be done by most age groups.

http://xunantunichandcavetubingbelize.bravesites.com

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