- Ambergris Caye
- - Boca Del Rio
- - Caye Winds
- - Cayo Espanto
- - Punta Arena
- - San Pedro
- Belize City
- Burrell Boom
- Calabash Caye
- Caye Caulker
- Glover's Reef, Long Caye
- Mountain Pine Ridge
- Orange Walk
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$450/wk - $1450/mo USD or CDN at USD rate
$550 - $665 per week 7 night min stay
$300 per night 4 night min stay
C$250 - C$440 per night - CAD 3 night min stay
$200 per night 3 night min stay
- Beachfront and Charming 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Sleeps 12 Dangriga #211803ha
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$110 - $135 per night 2 night min stay
$595 - $875 per night 4 night min stay
- Belize Beach Front Cabana with Ocean View Overlooking the Caribbean Sea 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Sleeps 4 Hopkins #929667ha
$2,500 per week 1 night min stay
- Beachfront 1st Floor Villa, 2BR, Rooftop Pool, Dock, Palapa Bar, Wifi 2 Bedrooms+ 1 Bathroom Sleeps 6 Punta Arena #931160ha
- Exclusive Belize Private Island Resort Featuring All-Inclusive Honeymoon Package 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Sleeps 2 Dangriga #271155ha
- Full-Service Direct-Beachfront Villas on Ambergris Caye 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Sleeps 4 San Pedro #169930ha
Recent Belize reviews
"We spent a week in this house - 4 adults and 2 young children. The house is great, and Consuelo (the housekeeper) was wonderful, even sticking around late into the evening and meeting us down at the main road when our arrival flight was delayed. Katia (the owner) was extremely helpful and responsive with recommendations for local activities, groceries, etc. As others have noted, you feel like you're off in you're own hilltop location while staying here, but it's only about 10 minutes to San Ignacio/Saint Elena. There are all kinds of activities within a 1-hour drive of here, everything from incredible Mayan ruins to caves to river tubing adventures and more. And the pool is fantastic to have at your disposal on a hot day (all of them while we were there!). As others have noted you will probably want to have a 4WD car (or at least one with pretty good clearance as the driveway is bumpy) but you are going to want one of those for virtually anything you're going to do in Belize. We loved our stay and would go back in a heartbeat. Thanks Katia and Consuelo!"Guest: John B. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 7, 2014View listing
"My (now) wife and I just back from our honeymoon in Placencia and we're already hoping to get back as quickly as we can! Placencia is definitely off the beaten path and it will take a little extra traveling to get there, but it's well worth it. The people are wonderful, the food excellent and you have the flexibility to either take it easy or go on an adventure with a tour agency (we went up to the ATM cave with Pirate's Point Adventure Tours and Shane was excellent) or book through Francisco, who works at the condo and can help arrange most tours if you ask him. If you go fishing and decide to keep your catch, a place called The Shak has a "you hook it, we cook it" option - unfortunately we found out about that too late, so weren't able to take advantage of it. The condo itself was excellent. It's a bit large for only two people, but that didn't detract from our stay. Having the pool on site was also a big plus. The condo is at the very end of the peninsula, which makes it an ideal location if you want a quiet place to stay. You do have the option to rent a bike or golf cart to get to and from the main part of the village; we walked most of the time and didn't have any issues. (If you're looking got do some inland adventures, most tour agencies can arrange transportation. Yes, you will pay for it, but it is worth it.) It's maybe a 5-10 minute walk and, even during the hottest part of the day, it wasn't unbearable. We are very happy that we stayed here and would recommend this location to anyone else looking to visit Placencia."Guest: DCB Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 5, 2014View listing
"My husband and I stayed here for an early honeymoon. The condo and its view were spectacular. Everything was immaculate and the customer service is top notch. EVERYONE at the Resort was so friendly and attentive. We did not take adventures (although they were available to us) but rather relaxed at the pool."Guest: Ann Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 18, 2014View listing
"Had the best 2 weeks in a very long time. Beautiful little house, we had a very quiet relaxing time. The staff is wonderful and so helpful. We will be back."Guest: Candi Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: April 6, 2014View listing
Belize Travel Tips
Looking for a getaway to unplug, reconnect and relax under the warmth of the sun? You'll find it all in Belize. This Caribbean locale is idyllic for all, from adventure seekers to nature lovers and everyone in between.
Whether you're looking to explore Mayan ruins and hike along rigorous trails or you can't wait to visit the local museums and experience traditional flavors each time you dine, Belize is sure to be a vacation spot you won't soon forget.
With its amazing, warm climate, you'll want to spend as much time outdoors as you can, and Belize features a host of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries to explore. You can see more than 500 species of birds as well as monkeys, crocodiles, lizards and other native creatures. There's also plenty of space to hike or bike and beaches to relax on. Belize is also an excellent spot to learn about history, as it was home to one of the world's most mysterious civilizations - the Mayans.
Things to Do in Belize
- Belize Barrier Reef: Explore the world under the sea at the Belize Barrier Reef, which is the second longest in the world. It's home to more than 100 types of coral and 500 species of fish, making it a huge attraction in Belize. Plan a snorkeling adventure to swim through the gloriously turquoise waters as you marvel at the cornucopia of life below the surface. As you get deeper, you can even check out underwater caves and walls, as well as the famous Blue Hole. On the surface, you can take out a kayak and paddle around from one islet to another, try windsurfing or simply lounge in the sound, listening to the relaxing sounds of the water.
- Altun Ha: Altun Ha is the most popular Mayan ruin to visit and easily accessible from Belize City. Here you'll find temples all around that provide plenty of information on the history of the Mayan culture. For 25 square miles, you'll be surrounded by forests and vegetation as you explore. In the Temple of the Masonry Altars, which is the largest, you'll find a jade replica of a Mayan sun god. This temple was used for religious rites and activities, and there's evidence of bloodletting and ceremonial sacrifices. The Temple of the Green Tomb is known for being a place where a Mayan priest-king made his funeral chamber, and it was found filled with treasures and offerings. It's called the green tomb because 300 jade pieces were discovered there.
- Museum of Belize: History buffs will love a visit to the Museum of Belize, which collects, preserves and displays objects with artistic, historical and scientific interest. You'll have the chance to see Belize's earliest stamp depicting Queen Victoria from 1937, a preserved jail cell and inmate, a Buenavista vase depicting the mythical Mayan hero twins doing a victory dance over the Lords of Xibalba and much more about the past and culture of the area.
- Xunantunich: This ancient archeological site is situated atop a ridge over the Mopan River. Xunantunich, which means stone woman in the Mayan language, is a major center for ceremonies that you can tour. It's accessible by ferry daily, and its name refers to a ghost woman many people have claimed to see who continues to haunt. She's said to be dressed all in white, but her most noticeable feature are her fire-red, glowing eyes. She's been known to appear in front of El Castillo, climbs the impressive stone staircase, then disappears into a wall. Take a tour here to see her for yourself!
Dining in Belize
- Riverside Tavern: One of Belize's most popular dining locations is Riverside Tavern, where you can enjoy a meal both indoors and outdoors. Steaks are a specialty here, but there ribs are just as tasty. For something a little lighter try the seared tuna, coconut or jerk shrimp, or grilled snapper. It's a laid-back sort of place, but after dark, shorts, sleeveless shirts and sandals are discouraged. So, put on your nicer dinner attire and treat yourself to a lovely meal overlooking Haulover Creek.
- Bird's Isle: Another favorite dining destination in Belize is Bird's Isle in Belize City. Step inside and it will feel like an oasis that locals and visitors alike enjoy. Sip on fresh-squeezed juice in the morning or a cold beer later in the day as you sample a stellar burger or snacks like conch fritters. Thursday nights there's karaoke, so warm up those vocal chords and get ready to belt out your favorite tune. Some nights there's also live music, so wear your dancing shoes just in case.