Travel to Belize with On The Go Tours
Tucked between Mexico and Guatemala on the Caribbean coast is beautiful Belize, renowned for its fabulously laid-back atmosphere. With idyllic offshore islands, beautiful beaches and the second largest barrier reef in the world, Belize is a mecca for sun worshipers, divers and snorkellers alike. Belize is also far more reminiscent of the Caribbean than Central America and is heavily influenced by its Afro-Caribbean roots with a love for rice and beans and a chilled attitude to life. It may be small but with diverse cultures, steamy jungles and genuine adventure activities, Belize packs a might punch.Read More
Upcoming Belize Trips
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Mayan Empires - 22 days||Cancun||18 Dec 2016||USD $2,745|||
|Cancun to Antigua - 10 days||Cancun||22 Dec 2016||USD $1,345|||
|Mexico City to Guatemala - 22 days||Mexico City||01 Jan 2017||USD $3,055|||
Belize Group Tours
Discover the highlights of Belize on an escorted adventure style-group tour staying in locally-owned, simple hotels and beach cabins. Enjoy free time at San Ignacio, the adventure capital of Belize, with plenty of optional activities and excursions available locally, and relax on the pristine beaches of Caye Caulker. Combine Belize with neighbouring Guatemala and Mexico for an overland adventure with like-minded travellers in a group totaling no more than 16 passengers.
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What this enchanting country lacks in size, it certainly makes up for in attractions. Those in search of adventure can head to San Ignacio, where canoeing on the Macal River and exploring the vast caves and limestone terrain are highlights and the spectacular range of rolling hills, peaks and gorges are fantastic for hiking. Belize's lush subtropical forests are home to ancient Mayan ruins and to an array of wonderful flora and fauna as well.
Belize Travel Guide
Plan your trip to Belize with our useful travel guide resources from the weather and when to go, to visas and what to expect.
Information on climatic and weather conditions in Belize
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Visa requirements for Belize and info on getting your visa
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Facts about Belize
- El Duende is a thumbless dwarf in Belizean folklore who lives in the forest and punishes children who kill animals.
- You will not find any US fast food chains in Belize, which means no McDonalds and no Starbucks.
- The tallest building in Belize is a Mayan temple at Caracol, which stands at around 44m in height.
Belize Travel Advice:
We keep up-to-date with the latest travel advisories to Belize and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country.
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Travelling to Belize on a tour with us
Our small group tours to Belize are escorted by a tour leader, include accommodation in simple hotels, guesthouses and homestays, plus transportation on public transport – giving you a truly authentic travel experience in Belize, getting to know local people along the way. Discover the highlights of Belize on one of our Belize group tours below, which also take in the best of Mexico and Guatemala.