Belize: Things to Do
Once a part of the Maya kingdom it is now a mecca for vacationers year round, yet untouched and unspoiled. Host to the world's second longest reef it attracts nature lovers, marine enthusiast and pleasure seekers alike. Situated on the east coast of the Yucatan peninsula the island is home to some of the best scuba diving, fishing and adventure. The historic aspect is also very prominent, as many relics of past civilizations are still being found and protected. Access to many of the Maya sites is also available on tours. Though a very old island it presents and array of tropical forests, magnificent mountains and a host of adventure for the visitor interested in acquiring an all-round vacation.
Birding:This depicts Nature at it best. Belize is a habitat to hundreds of species, and it is a paradise to bird watchers.
Home of the Maya Indians many of the sites have been discovered and are still being discovered. Tours are organized to view the relics and some of the major sites. Arrangement for tours can be made with your hotel.
The place that divers desire to be. The wonder of the marine life on Belize is second to none. Water visibility of over 100ft and year round warm temperatures make the diving experience one to execute over and over again. Hire a boat from one of the many resorts and make your date with, and adventure, that of a lifetime.
The best fishing found anywhere is found on the isle of Belize. There is an array of game fish around the country guarantying a daily catch. Many of the hotels are more than willing to prepare your catch for that extra appeal. Throw in you life and bring in your wildest fantasy.
There are approximately 20 rivers that cater to the sport. People of all skills and levels can be found paddling along. See life in its natural form on the island and experience the thrill of gliding through the water with the sun and gentle breeze singing in your ear.