Where to stay in Belize - Belize's Resorts & Jungle Lodges
A jewel of the Caribbean, Belize is laden with accommodations befitting exactly what you need. From a 5 star resort facing the Caribbean to jungle lodges nestled among the tree tops. When you’re ready to escape, we’ll take your dream and turn it into a reality by setting you up at the perfect destination for your Belize vacation.
If you love the sand, sun and white sandy beaches, our beach resorts are your answer. Located in Ambergris Caye, Hopkins and on the Placencia peninsula, we know the perfect spots for you to take in the beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean. If the lush rainforest calls to you, our jungle lodges of the Cayo district, Orange Walk and Toledo put you in the center of the forest where nature is your soundtrack.
Ambergris Caye has the largest concentration of Belize Resort and our fishing and diving facilities are the best in the country. San Pedro Resort are low rise resort ranging from modest to magnificent boutique resorts/hotels along the coast next to the clear turquoise Caribbean sea.View San Pedro Hotels
Due to Placencia’s location no matter what direction you travel there is always something interested to discover and you will be amaze. Monkey River, Cockscomb Basin and Kayaking in the lagoon are some of the attractions that are near Placencia. And of course you cannot forget the amazing views of the Maya Mountain in the back drop of Placencia.View Placencia Hotels
Hopkins Village is home to the Garinagu people of Belize but they are commonly refer to as the Garifuna although their language is Garifuna. This small village are well know for welcoming visitors from all around the world.View Hopkins Hotels
Belize Private Island
With 200 plus small coral island that are protected by the Belize Barrier Reef lies off the coast of Belize. These keys enjoy some of the best beaches on Belize and some are privately owned. These island offers some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world but still yet closed to the mainland of Belize.View Private Island Hotels
The Cayo District also host the only twin town and the only suspension bridge found in Belize. The Hawksworth Bridge hovers over the mighty Macal River. The Macal River is great for canoeing and river tubing. Along the river bank it is great for Night Canoeing.View Western Belize Hotels
The Orange Walk District, with an area of 1829 square miles is located north-northeast of the Belize District. This is the second largest district in terms of total area in comparison to other districts in Belize, and lies between the Belize and Corozal districts to the east, Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the west.View Orange Walk Hotels
Toledo, the southernmost district of Belize, is the least populated and most unspoilt. Mayan culture in Belize is strongest in the south where there are around sixty Mayan villages. Guests can visit a Mayan home where they learn to hand grind corn and make tortillas over an open fire.View Toledo Hotels
There are dreamscapes that have flirted with your imagination for years. The district of Stann Creek is one of those places. Breathtaking vistas of the Maya Mountains and the emerald citrus plantations of the Stann Creek Valley line the journey from Belmopan to Dangriga via the Hummingbird Highway.View Stann Creek Hotels