I was in Belize City while on a cruise, so only had several hours to explore. The city itself was a a typical mixture of "tourist traps" for cruise passengers and charming if a little run down areas. If you're on a budget, grab the water taxi to Caye Caulker - it's an interesting 40-50 minute ride on a sometimes crowded boat but nothing beats a breeze on a hot day! Caye Caulker is a charming little island with B&Bs, dive shops and a small beach at The Gap with a colorful local...
Hello, I am traveling through Belize City in October with a group of friends. Im looking for restaurants and hangouts that only the locals go to. I don't want to be around a bunch of tourists. Do you have ideas for us? thanks
Belize is breath taking!! The Bluest waters, natural and quiet....its a fabulous place! The people were friendly and helpful as well. I would love to go again!! The shoreline is the prettiest I have seen yet. Our tour guide was fantastic. I learned a lot about a little peace of heaven I didn't know a thing about!
the place to go.... a beautyfull beach bar, always full with people, great food, nice drinks and cocktails, live music and perfect to get some sun.... a perfect mix of locals and visitores....specialy sundays....liveband and dance in the evening and after that clubing in "the tipsy tuna", right at the BAREFOOT
Placencia is a beautiful little village on the southern coast of Belize. While here you can have the best of both worlds, the Caribbean sea and the jungles. Known for world class diving and snorkeling, fishing, Maya sites, river and cave tubing, jungle tours or just relaxing on the best stretch of beach in the country. Great restaurants and bars for great food and night life.