A small islet in the Carribean Sea in Belize


Belize is a Central American country known for its diverse culture, rich history and stunning natural scenery. It was settled by the Maya civilization and later colonized by the British. Today, Belizeans come from several different cultural groups, such as Mayan, Creole, Mestizo, and Garifuna, which contributes to its unique and vibrant culture.

This is reflected in Belize's cuisine, which is a fusion of traditional Mayan, Creole and Caribbean flavours. Must-try dishes include rice and beans, stewed chicken, and fry jacks. The country is also famous for seafood, particularly lobster and conch.

The country's main attraction is the Belize Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef system in the world, providing excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities. Visitors can also explore the lush rainforests, home to exotic plants and animals. Belize offers a wide range of activities such as hiking, bird watching, cave exploring and river rafting, making it an excellent destination for any traveller.