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Adventures in Belize

Boasting an eclectic mix of Central American culture and Caribbean lifestyle, Belize is an unbelievable destination for an adventure honeymoon. Trek the inland rainforests of the Cayo District. Explore the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, the largest of its kind in the western hemisphere. Canoe the mesmerizing Macal River. Scale the Lubaantun Mayan ruins, often referred to as the "Place of the Fallen Stones." Hike and swim the Blue Creek Cave and then rappel the Black Hole Drop. Whatever Belize adventures you have been dreaming about, unforgettable experiences are waiting.

The Basics for Every Belize Adventure

Time Zone: CST (no DST)
Official Language: English
Other Languages: Spanish, Creole, Garifuna and Mayan widely spoken
Currency: Belize dollar (most tourist areas accept U.S. dollars
Credit Cards: 5% service charge common
Entry Requirements: Valid passport
Best Times to Visit: Late December to April & August

Belize Honeymoons

For the perfect mix of adventure and romance with a dash of relaxation, look no further than the rainforests, reefs and ruins of Belize. Between excursions, choose an all-inclusive honeymoon resort or exotic jungle lodge that boasts luxury suites, gourmet Central American cuisine, refreshing concoctions and rejuvenating spa treatments. Or, disappear to a private oceanside villa or bungalow. You'll be treated to unparalleled views of the water and chances for exciting swims.

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Weddings in Belize

Exchange your vows in an ancient Mayan ceremonial site or barefoot during a sunset beach ceremony. Choose an all-inclusive Belize wedding package and check off the floral arrangements, wedding cake, photographer, music and even unique island favors for your wedding party.

Climate & Weather

You'll find a subtropical climate in Belize with an average temperature of 79 degrees 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.

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