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The mysterious past and unique architecture of Cahal Pech

Sitting atop a natural hill high above the banks above the confluence of the Macal and Mopan rivers lay the ruins of one of Belize's most ancient and unique archaeological sites. 

The awe-inspiring beauty of Xunantunich and its lush jungle

Archaeological evidence suggests that Xunantunich was the capital of the Belize Valley, an extremely fertile area for agriculture thanks to the quality of its land and the abundant water of the Mopan River. 

The stunning pre-classical ancient city of Altun Há

The ancient city of Altun Há was once one of the most important Mayan cities in Northern Belize. Today it’s among the most visited attractions in this tiny Central American country, especially by cruisegoers arriving at Belize city's nearby port.

Caracol, Belize’s ancient jungle metropolis, is worth the effort 

Caracol is a large ancient Mayan city located in Belize's Cayo District and just a few kilometers from the Guatemalan border.

Belize reopens border with Mexico for tourists and tax free shopping

The Central American country has set up COVID-19 screening stations at its borders in an effort to prevent the further spread of the pandemic in the country.

Belize airline drops trips here after taxes slow demand

Tropic Air suspended flights to Mérida and other cities after a tax hike made the trips substantially more expensive.