+ 5 experiences you can’t miss in Belize
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5 experiences you can’t miss in Belize this November
You might be wondering, “What’s so great about Belize this November?” Well, the answer is simple–we’re open to international travelers and we’ve got the experiences you’ve been dreaming of during this long, dark time of being stuck at home. Let us whet your appetite, shall we?
Wake up to temps that have dipped into the 60s overnight and then rise into the mid 80s during the day. It’s never too hot to explore or too cold to swim, and sunshine abounds.
Garifuna Settlement Day
The Garifuna are a unique people descended from a mix of African slaves and native Carib islanders who emigrated to Belize more than 200 years ago, and November 19th is the national holiday in Belize that celebrates their first arrival on the shores of our coast. Don’t miss out on the traditional drumming, dancing, music, and food that surround this truly special cultural day, especially in Hopkins and Placencia.
There is a reason this is the most sought-after excursion in Belize. And now with new protocols in place, you’ll be able to experience it in an ultra-small group of no more than 4 travelers per specially licensed guide! Descend deep into the bowels of the ancient Mayan underworld, wade and swim through fantastic cave formations, and witness the sacrificial remains of Belize’s most famous lady, the Crystal Maiden.
The West’s Largest Barrier Reef
With the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere and 2nd largest in the world, the Belize Barrier Reef offers 190 miles of unparalleled opportunities for snorkeling and SCUBA diving.
Ancient Mayan Temples
Belize is home to a dozen major Mayan archeological sites, and is estimated to have more than 600 minor and unexcavated sites. Climb to the top of Ca’ana at Caracol or the main temple at Xunantunich and experience the culture and vision of the ancient Maya.