Grand Caribe Resort is about a mile and half (on a newly paved road) north of the town of San Pedro. The only town on Belize’s largest island – Ambergris Caye. Here’s a view of town from a parasail tour (set one up with our tour office for the “grand view”). It’s an easy golf […]
Belize is known for being a tiny country packed with amazing things to do and see. Beach to jungle – you could easily keep busy all day, every day. A trip out to snorkel or dive the world famous Blue Hole… You can snorkel our beautiful reef which is just off shore. You can parasail over the […]
Spring is here and summer is fast approaching. In Belize, like many places, it means the school kids are getting antsy – ready to head out to play in the sea, the temperature is rising just a bit and it is fruit season! Check out our Six Top Reasons to Visit Belize This Summer. Now you […]
Most beach goers around the Caribbean and the Gulf Coast are familiar with the plant pictured below. It’s called sargasso/sargassum and it’s a seaweed (technically a macro-algae) that grows unrooted or floating atop the water. It is common on shorelines throughout the tropics. And as far as sea debris goes, in small amounts, it’s pretty non-offensive. […]
Pauline Frommer, from Frommer’s Travel Guides, recommends Belize as one of the top must-see destinations in 2015 on Good Morning America.
With Valentines only a couple of days away, we decided love was a good topic for our blog this week. After all so many people visit Belize for the first time and fall head over heels in Love. Belize is an English speaking country in Central America located south of the Mexico. For its small […]
Many vacationers book their tours without knowing much of the story behind the amazing places they are planning to see. Today we decided to give you a little on the history on a popular snorkeling spot. Mexico Rocks got its name in the 19th century. In 1845 during the Caste War, many Mexicans migrated to […]
This weekend is going to be spectacular. Saturday night, December 7th at 6pm be sure to find your perfect vantage point to enjoy the Annual San Pedro Holiday Lighted Boat Parade. The route runs from Wayo’s by Boca Del Rio south to Caribbean Villas and then turning around to end at the Central Park. Many […]