Cruise ships anchor outside of Belize City harbor and guests take tender rides to the Tourism Village docks.
Belize is the 2nd-youngest country in the Western Hemisphere. It gained independence from Great Britain in 1981.
Tourism Village, right at the tender docks, is where you’ll find recommended and guaranteed stores with duty-free deals.
The Belize Zoo
The 29-acre tropical savannah is home to over 150 local wildlife species, including tapirs, jaguars, spider monkeys, and more.
The closest archaeological site to Belize City, this ancient Mayan ceremonial center has 2 main plazas with over 13 excavated temples and residential structures.
The most impressive of the ancient Mayan sites is composed of 6 major plazas with more than 25 temples and palaces.
Explore deep within the ancient Mayan underworld known as Xibalba during a cave-tubing adventure deep within the jungle.
Slip on the mask, pull on the fins, and explore a pristine underwater realm. Rendezvous Cave is crystal clear and calm, making it easy to witness the wonders of a barrier reef alive with marine creatures and vibrant coral formations.
Boat along the scenic coasts of the River Wallace. Keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles, iguanas, howler monkeys, and manatees. At the ancient Mayan ceremonial center of Altun Ha, encounter pyramids and intriguing artifacts, including the jade head of Mayan sun god Kinich Ahau.