Ambergris Caye is the largest island in Belize. The coastline is a diver’s and snorkeler’s dream. Home to the second largest barrier reef in the world and teeming with fish, sharks, turtles, stingrays and other sea creatures. The first part of our Belize trip was spent on Ambergris Caye. We went from the airport to […]
The Community Baboon Sanctuary is a cool community run effort to conserve the natural habitat for black howler monkeys in Belize. The monkeys are wild here and you are walking through their natural habitat. There is no fence around the sanctuary, the whole area is natural. The black howler monkeys are free to roam where they […]
On our day trip to Dangria we stopped at St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park. Not to be confused with the famous Great Blue Hole off of the coast of Belize City in Belize, St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park is in the Cayo District near Belmopan.
We woke up early every morning while in San Ignacio to shop for breakfast. Fresh produce is offered every day in San Ignacio, Belize. We could find bananas 10 for $1.00. They always had a great variety of vegetables to choose from too. At lunch time if we were near town we would grab some hot food from […]
If you want to see the tallest waterfall in Central America (it’s in Belize) you will need an adventurous spirit and a high clearance vehicle. Just getting to the waterfalls in Belize is an adventure. We rented a high clearance vehicle and set on our way to find two remote Belize waterfalls. Our road trip […]
Mayan Ruins in Belize are beautiful and if you are lucky you may even have these incredible historical sites to yourself. We were told the steps were designed for you to crawl to the Gods. They are very narrow. With this in mind, it was much safer to explore the ruins by crawling up the […]