DESCEND INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE GREAT BLUE HOLE
a sinkhole 124m deep and 300m wide near the centre of the Belize Barrier Reef System. The largest formation of its kind, it is described by many as a ‘diver’s paradise’.
VISIT BELIZE’S NUMEROUS MAYAN RUINS
some of which are best reached by helicopter, to explore the fascinating 2,000-year-old advanced civilization that found its epicentre in the region, with 2 million Mayan inhabitants in Belize at one time.
SAMPLE THE LOCAL CUISINE
including delicious ceviche of conch or shrimp and cochinita pibil (a pork dish slow-roasted by burying it on hot stones in a fire pit), washed down with cashew or craboo wine.
DANCE TO THE CARIBBEAN RHYTHMS
of San Pedro’s relaxed and friendly nightlife scene. Located on Ambergris Caye, the island was named by pirates who frequented the island in the 17th Century.