Welcome to Belize

Paradise found! 

Belize has been known as Mother Nature’s best-kept secret, but it won’t remain a secret forever. The vast untouched rainforests, ancient Mayan ruins, an abundance of natural wonders and a vibrant and thriving mix of flora and fauna make Belize a vacationer’s dream come true. 

About Belize

Being one of the only English-speaking countries in Central America is just one of the many perks you will get to enjoy. Explore the mainland and delve into the depths of sacrificial caves, climb mountains only to rappel into a giant cenote (sinkhole), visit one of our many Mayan ruins scattered across the country, rappel waterfalls, or go zipping through the treetops!

Endless diving and snorkeling sites await you filled with exotic marine life and colorful coral gardens. Swim with sea turtles, nurse sharks and stingrays. Snorkel alongside giant whale sharks or frolic with a pod of dolphins! There is always something new to see under the sea. After all this adventure just think how amazing it will be to return to your own Belize vacation rental and have a cocktail, a good night’s sleep, and wake up tomorrow to do it all again or try something new! What are you waiting for?


$1US = $2BZ. US currency is accepted everywhere. Visa and MasterCard credit cards are accepted at most places.


English is the primary language spoken in Belize. Many people speak Spanish as a secondary language as well.

Passport & Visa

A passport valid for at least 30 days after arrival is required to enter Belize. No visas are required for U.S. or Canadian citizens.

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Getting to Belize

Embark on a seamless and adventurous journey to the heart of Central America with our comprehensive guide to direct flights to Belize. Discover the easiest and most efficient ways to reach this tropical paradise, where pristine beaches and lush rainforests await. Our curated list of direct flights from key cities across the United States, Canada, and Central America ensures that your gateway to Belizean beauty, is just a flight away. 

From the United States:

  • Atlanta, GA (ATL) – Delta
  • Baltimore/Washington (BWI) – Southwest
  • Charlotte, NC (CLT) – American
  • Chicago, IL (ORD) – United
  • Dallas, TX (DFW) – American
  • Denver, CO (DEN) – Southwest, United
  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL (FLL) – Southwest
  • Houston, TX (IAH) – Southwest, United
  • Los Angeles, CA (LAX) – American, Delta, Alaska Airlines
  • Miami, FL (MIA) – American
  • Newark, NJ (EWR) – United
  • New York, NY (JFK) – JetBlue
  • Seattle, WA (SEA) – Alaska Airlines

Approximate flight time: 2-5 hours

    From Canada

    • Calgary, AB (YYC) – WestJet
    • Toronto, ON (YYZ) – Air Canada, WestJet

    Approximate flight time: 5-6 hours


    From Central America

    • Cancun, Mexico (CUN) – Tropic Air
    • Flores, Guatemala (FRS) – Tropic Air
    • Guatemala City, Guatemala (GUA) – TAG
    • Panama City, Panama (PTY) – COPA Airlines
    • Roatan, Honduras (RTB) – Tropic Air
    • San Salvador, El Salvador (SAL) – Tropic Air

    Approximate flight time: Varies depending on the route​​.


    Placencia Peninsula

    Placencia is a small village situated at the tip of a Peninsula in the Stann Creek Region of Belize. The village centers on the 4,000 foot long sidewalk that begins at the village boat dock and runs throughout the center of the village to the Placencia sign on the beach which is a great place to take photos. Placencia Village is the hub of the Peninsula, where most of the local restaurants, bars, gift shops, banks, the main dock, grocery stores, and other services are located. Placencia offers a special Caribbean feel that is uniquely Belizean.

    Maya Beach

    Maya Beach is a small high-end community just north of Placencia with a large expat population, the area offers a wide range of newer high-end Belize beach vacation homes and modest retiree homes on the lagoon, as well as a large selection of small family-owned resorts and great places to eat.  Maya Beach is also home to the only bowling alley in Belize.

    Getting to PLACENCIA

    By Air
    If you’re in a hurry to become “laid back,” you can fly directly to Placencia from the Belize international airport. Maya Island Air and Tropic Air are the local commuter airlines. There are about numerous flights daily. It is easy to connect and our concierge can book your local flights once you have your international flights booked. Our staff will pick you up at the Placencia Airstrip and provide transportation from the airstrip to the properties.

    By Shuttle
    Our concierge can book you a private shuttle the Belize international airport to your property. A shuttle is a valid option for larger groups over 4 up to 14 persons. The drive from the airport to your property will take about 2 hours if driven non-stop.

    By Car Rental
    There are numerous rental car agencies on property at the Belize international airport that you can find online and book a car or van and make the drive from the airport to your property.

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