. Caves, rivers and caves can be found throughout the country. Coral atolls are dotted with fish-rich coral reefs. 



The reserve’s top attractions include a cut in coral reefs, Cat’s Eye and a crescent-shaped, sinkhole. 

Ambergris Caye & Hol Chan marine reserve


Monumentshelters is a World Heritage Site that houses a colony of approximately 4,000 red-footed bobies and other bird species. 

The Blue Hole and Lighthouse Reef Atoll


It features hiking trails and coral reefs. Here, you can enjoy diving, snorkeling and sea kayaking. 

Placencia Peninsula


Caye Caulker is located 24 km south of Ambergris Caye. The accommodations are more rustic and less expensive. 

Caye Caulker


El Pilaris the largest archaeological site in Belize. However, little is known about its history, as excavations began in 1993. 

Archaeological Sites in Cayo District


There are 13 temples on the site, as well as two main plazas. The Temple of the Masonry Altars,dating back to the early 7th Century 

Altun Ha Archaeological Site


The narrow streets of town are lined with Victorian homes in ramshackle, but the city’s fascinating past includes hurricanes 

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