An eclectic mix of Central American culture and Caribbean lifestyle, Belize is an unbelievable place to vacation. Explore the inland rainforests of the Cayo District and the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere. Canoe the mesmerizing Macal River or marvel at the Lubaantun Mayan ruins – the area known as the "Place of the Fallen Stones." Hike and swim the Blue Creek Cave system and rappel the Black Hole Drop. Whichever activity you choose, all adventures in Belize lead to unforgettable memories.Time Zone: CST (no DST)Official Language: English Other Languages: Spanish, Creole, Garifuna and Mayan widely spokenCurrency: Belize dollar (most tourist areas accept U.S. dollarsCredit Cards: 5% service charge commonEntry Requirements: Valid passportBest Times to Visit: Late December to April & August
The rainforests, reefs and ruins of Belize offer couples romance, adventure and relaxation. Choose an all-inclusive honeymoon resort or exotic jungle lodge and enjoy luxury suites, candlelight dinners, gourmet Central American cuisine, refreshing concoctions and rejuvenating spa treatments. Or, completely get away and enjoy each other in the comforts of a private oceanside villa or bungalow.
Belize Destination Weddings
Exchange your vows in the arena of an ancient Mayan ceremonial site or barefoot during a sunset beach ceremony. Choose an all-inclusive package and check off the floral arrangements, wedding cake, photographer, music and even unique island favors for your wedding party. Whatever fairytale wedding you've envisioned, you'll be able to experience it in Belize.
Climate & Weather
Belize experiences a subtropical climate with an average temperature of 79 F. Wetter weather prevails from May through November, with hurricane season lasting from September through November. Locals dub August "Second Spring" for its dry weather and brief afternoon storms.