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Belize is a country located on the northeastern coast of Central America. It is the only country in the area where English is the official language, although an English creole (Kriol) and Spanish are more commonly spoken. Belize is bordered on the north by Mexico, to the south and west by Guatemala and to the east by the Caribbean Sea. Its mainland is about 290 km (180 mi) long and 110 km (68 mi) wide.
Belize has the lowest population density in Central America. Belize's abundance of terrestrial and marine species and its diversity of ecosystems give it a key place in the globally significant Mesoamerican Biological Corridor.
Belize has a diverse society, with many cultures and languages. It is the only nation in the region with a British colonial history, and as a part of the Western Caribbean Zone, it shares a common colonial history with Anglophone Caribbean countries, sharing Elizabeth II as monarch of other Commonwealth realms in the Caribbean. 

Belize's natural beauty, including lush rainforest and exotic wildlife, mingles with pretty beach front living and the mystery of ancient Mayan culture.

This former British colony has a 200 mile stretch of Caribbean coastline. Off shore a series of sand islands, or cays, mark the Great Maya Barrier Reef. Running from Cancun down to Honduras it is second only in size to the Great Barrier Reef. Outside the reef lie three large coral atolls; Turneffe, Glover and Lighthouse Reef and excellent fringing reef.

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From exploring ancient Maya temples to discovering underwater life to meeting fantastic locals, it's safe to say there are more things to do here than you could possible cover in one visit. 
With reef, beach and inland activities to choose from, this is where travelers explore and have adventures of their own making. With so much of natural environment still healthy and intact, eco-tourism adventures are offered throughout the country. 
From the moment you arrive in Belize, whether you are an adventure traveler, part of a family trip or in the country for a relaxing beach vacation—Belize people and culture make you feel welcome and comfortable. Goal is always to make you feel at home, even though you’re nowhere near it.

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Best for - Beginner (6/10), Intermediate (10/10), Snorkelling (8/10)

Belize is a small country in Central America that's famous for its second-largest barrier reef, known for the Blue Hole. However, this little corner of the world has much more to offer, like friendly people, ancient Mayan ruins, and a rainforest full of unique animals.

Tourism in Belize started relatively late due to its history as a British colony until 1981 and border disputes with Guatemala. It only truly stabilized politically in 1998. Because of this, many parts of the country remain untouched. There are wild jaguars and pristine rainforests in the interior, and you can find untouched reefs along the coastline. Fortunately, the government is committed to preserving these natural treasures by working with private conservation organizations.

The Mayan culture has deeply influenced Belize, and you can still see its impact today. Ancient Mayan ruins like Xunantunich, with its plazas and temples, and Caracol's 138-foot-tall Sky Palace Pyramid are reminders of this heritage.

Apart from the Mayan ruins, Belize offers a rainforest teeming with plants and animals, with 40% of the country dedicated to conservation. The country is also a paradise for divers, thanks to its 174-mile coastline with many atolls, known as Cayes, and the world's second-largest barrier reef. One lucky diver once spotted eight whale sharks in a single dive. In addition to these larger creatures, divers can also observe a variety of marine life, from groupers, barracudas, and jacks to yellow tube sponges and Atlantic spadefish in the rich waters of Belize.

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