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Luxury Belize Archive

Safe Travel in Belize After Re-opening

After being closed to foreign visitors for half a year, Belize is opening back up to tourism on October 1, 2020. This is one of several Central American countries opening its borders again–with safe travel restrictions–but it’s the biggest news since there are no nationality caveats. Also, unlike destinations such as El Salvador and Honduras, [&hellip

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The Luxury Real Estate in Belize Scene

  Are you wishing you had a better view from your deck? Did this past winter wear you out? You might want to use this time to research real estate in Belize. We regularly publish luxury real estate round-ups for Latin American destinations that are favored by expatriates. Some people head south looking for a [&hellip

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A Vacation in Belize on Us!

  Sorry, but this contest ended February 29. Sign up for our e-mail newsletter or follow us on Facebook for similar opportunities in the future. Would you rather be kicking back on that Belize island above right now? Snorkeling in those warm waters and sunning on the beach? That’s Ray Caye, one of two stunning [&hellip

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Get Some Extra Pampering on Arrival in Belize

It can be a little uncomfortable to arrive in a strange place where you don’t know anyone. Where there’s nobody there to meet you and tell you where to go next. One of the best perks of traveling with a high-end tour company or staying at a luxury hotel is the extra level of service [&hellip

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Unique Belize Vacations: Sailing, Yoga, or a Private Island Experience

There’s more to do on Belize vacations than you probably think. Sure, you can go diving, snorkeling, or fishing as you can all along the Caribbean coast of Mexico and Central America. You may have even thought about a surf and turf vacation that includes the jungle and the beach in one package. It doesn’t [&hellip

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Flying to Belize This Winter Season

Belize is just below the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico and shares the same long Caribbean coral reef. Once you get down to this point though, the water temperature doesn’t change much throughout the year and the “winter” here is quite pleasant: sunny and dry, without as much humidity as you get in the rainy season. [&hellip

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