Belize By Naturalight

Belize by Naturalight

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The Blue HoleFor the special interest traveler, Belize offers a great diversity of attractions and activities. Whether traveling alone, with a group, or with family, the options are outstanding. From natural to man-made, marine to inland, historic to cultural, Belize’s attractions take many forms. Diver exploring the reef drop off.

The longest Barrier reef in the hemisphere, the most extensive cave system, the greatest percent of land mass in the region under protected area status, Maya temples with ingenious architecture and intricate stone carvings, all in one tiny country.

Come experience Mother nature's best secret that is Belize and find yourself re-thinking the way life should be.

Caracol Maya SiteBelize shares a rich Maya heritage with its neighboring countries of Guatemala, Mexico, and Honduras, and is considered to have been the heart of Maya civilization during the classic period. Although Belize's Maya occupation began as early as 1500 BC, it was during the Classic period...


Beaches of BelizeWhether your choice is to rest undisturbed in a hammock under a palm tree watching the waves break in the distance, snorkel for the first time in waist deep water amidst schools of colorful fish or, to go scuba-diving, kayaking, fly fishing or sport-fishing, our reef and islands can offer a location that is perfect for you.


Coastal LagoonOver 40% of Belize’s land mass enjoys some form of legal protected areas status and these diverse natural areas form the basis of Belize’s tourism offerings. This significant portion of the country under sustainable management is a testament to the diversity of plant and animal...


Baron Bliss Light HouseSee the heights that Belize’s chicleros climbed to extract the sap for chewing gum; re-enact the landing of the Garinagu on Belize’s southern shores early morning on November 19th; join the parade in celebration of Belize’s independence or savor the taste of fresh ground corn tortillas on an age-old hearth.