We started this adventure with one goal in mind: To explore every country in the world, one weekend at a time.
With over 200 countries to explore it would be easy to start with the big ones at the top of everyone’s list: France, Spain, Australia, Thailand, New Zealand!
However, we’re fast learning that the joy of the mission is that we need to look at and into every country in the world, learning about its history, culture and everything that it has to offer. We’d barely heard of the country before we started planning our Belize itinerary for our most recent adventure to Central America, but we were soon salivating all over tripadvisor and Pinterest.
Belize might just be the most underrated tourist destination in the world.
Tropical climate, beautiful rainforests, Mayan ruins, history, culture, great food, incredible wildlife both on land and in the sea, coral reefs, beaches and resorts to seduce the most luxurious travellers.
Although it is Central America’s biggest tourist destination, Belize isn’t a well-known travel destination here in the UK. Which is crazy as Belize is an English speaking country too? What’s not to love?
Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be doing our best to show you some of what the country has to offer and do our best to put Belize on your bucket list.
Since this blog specialises in “fast travel” and trying to experience a country the best way in short amount of time, my Belize itinerary for my #BetterBelizeIt trip does not disappoint. As an adventure lover with an ‘I’ll try anything once’ attitude, we’ll share with you our sprint through Belize and we’ll even throw in a quick jaunt across the border to Guatemala as well.
Climbing the ruins at Cahel Pech at sunset
Private cave tubing tours in Jaguar Paw, Belize
Relaxing at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel
The Belize Iguana Project and it’s amazing Hotel in San Ignacio, Belize
The Island paradise of Caye Caulker
Private snorkelling trip to the barrier reef, swimming with sharks and stingrays
Dancing the night away in the Belizean reggae bars
Chilling out, reflecting and swimming in the Split
Last modified: 29th June 2016