Having a honeymoon in Belize means you can mix one of our favourite honeymoon combinations; beach, adventure, beach. This allows you to relax immediately after your wedding before having some adventure inland and then ending on a beach so you return relaxed and ready to begin your married life!
Belize is the only country in Latin America that is English speaking, giving you the freedom to move around and order things in restaurants and actually know what you are getting! It is a beautifully diverse country, a place where you can visit Mayan ruins, see wildlife and swim over the second longest barrier reef in the world. Belize is also a country where everything is close together, which means no long days of travelling.
Landing in Belize City you can immediately take a short 20 minute flight and be on the beaches in the south of the country, making it an ideal place to relax for your first three or four nights. You could then drive through the country to the Cayo District, a place where you can explore Mayan ruins, go caving, horse riding or even swim under waterfalls. From here it is a short journey to the cayes off the coast for your last week of beach combing and snorkelling
Orange Walk District in the northwest corner of Belize is the most remote and wild district of them all. The impressive Mayan ruins of Lamanai lie within a vast impenetrable jungle, accessible only by boat.
The Belizean Cayes are a series of tiny islands off the Belizean coast with porcelain-white beaches and turquoise waters. With a concentration of over a hundred islands, two stunning atolls and miles of barrier reef, it is hard to find a better place!
Situated on the border with Guatemala, The Cayo District, at the centre of which is the small town of San Ignacio, is a land of adventure. With its jungle covered limestone hills riddled with caves and peppered with Mayan ruins, time here is spent exploring.
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