Are you planning to camp out on the beaches in Belize? You couldn’t pick a more beautiful place, but make sure you’re prepared. Here are some of the essential things you should pack with you.
Che’il translates to “wild Mayan” and is the name of Julio Saqui’s chocolate. Mr. Saqui is a master chocolate maker and arguably the patriarch of promoting Maya culture in Belize. He is passionate about sharing the Maya cocoa traditions that he and his community at Maya Center Village located in Stann Creek continue today. Purchasing […]
Belize is filled many cultures, including Garifuna. During November, Garifuna communities throughout the country prepare for November 19—the Garifuna Settlement Day. It’s a national holiday and is celebrated with a re-enactment of the Garifuna arriving by boat in Belize. The celebration continues with drumming and food. Dangriga, Seine Bight, and Georgetown are all Garifuna Villages.
Mid November starts the high season in Belize and some tourists are eager to celebrate Thanksgiving, forgetting for a moment that it is not a Belizean holiday. However, Belizeans enjoy making people happy and plenty of restaurants feature special menus celebrating the occasion. Because most of the restaurants have only a handful of tables, Thanksgiving […]
You have likely heard a lot about Belize – the awesome beaches, resorts, and tropical forests. Perhaps you have read a lot about the culture, people, and the many other factors that draw people into this beautiful hidden gem. However, there are some facts about the country that you probably haven’t heard. These are just […]
Drink more water! We all know water is good for us, but most do not drink as much as we should- especially when on vacation. When participating in activities such as hiking, horse-back riding, snorkeling, and diving one needs to consume more water than they typically would be prone to drink. In fact, you should […]