Black Christmas Cake is a traditional holiday favourite that is made by many Belizean families during the festive season. The key ingredients are dried fruits, nuts and of course rum! We hope you enjoy this recipe and bring a taste of Belize into your home over the Christmas Holidays.
We are excited to announce an upcoming Belize photography trip. The 7-night Tropical Belize Photography Expedition and Workshop will take place from March 9-16, 2018. This special expedition will visit some of the most exotic wilderness locations in Belize, from remote tropical cayes to the lush rainforest and ancient Mayan ruins in the interior of the country.
Located deep in the lush rainforests of Southern Belize, is the Moho River. Kayaking the emerald waters of this beautiful river offers an opportunity to explore one of the last remaining untouched regions of the country.
Lighthouse Reef is one of four atolls in the Caribbean Sea. This remote atoll is located 55 miles offshore from the mainland of Belize. Lighthouse Reef includes Half Moon Caye Natural Monument, which is Belize's first marine protected area and the famous Blue Hole Natural Monument.
Tobacco Caye is a tiny five-acre island, located within the Southwater Caye Marine Reserve in Southern Belize. Home to Tobacco Caye Paradise , this picture perfect tropical island is a favourite destination for kayakers, snorkelers, paddle-boarders, divers and backpackers.
A New Look for the Over-the-Water Cabanas
The Belize Barrier Reef stretches from Bacalar Chico to the Bay of Honduras. It is home to hundreds of small islands (cayes) and is known for its spectacular corals and abundant marine life. The Belize Barrier Reef is the ultimate destination for a tropical snorkeling adventure.
Check out our Belize Snorkeling Adventure video.
Garifuna Settlement Day is a public holiday, commemorated each year on November 19th. On this day and the week leading up to it, Belize celebrates one of its most vibrant cultural groups, the Garifuna.
November 19th marks the day the first Garifuna people arrived on the coast of Belize in 1802.
We are delighted to announce a new experience on our popular Glover's Reef and Mayan Caves trip. Guests will now have the opportunity to go to a private and seldom visited archaeological Mayan cave and explore the ancient ruins of Xunantunich.