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Corozal District - The northern district of Corozal is not usually a priority destination for tourists because the transportation routes travel through....

Orange Walk District - Orange Walk District is full of contrasts from the ancient Maya sites to the modern-day Orange Walk Town; from Old Order Mennonite farmers....

Belize District - The Belize District serves as the point of entry for most international visitors to Belize who unfortunately leave the district as fast as they arrive....

Offshore Cayes - Known for its marine environment, Belize is well publicized for possessing the second longest barrier reef in the world, as well as three major offshore atolls....

Ambergris Caye - Ambergris Caye, the largest of Belize's offshore cayes, stretches some 25 miles from the Yucatan Peninsula where only a narrow channel separates it from Mexico. Sitting in turquoise waters....

Caye Caulker - Rolled out into the middle of the azure-blue Caribbean is this white, sandy island packed full of history, local culture and things to do....

Cayo District - The Cayo District is Belize's western most district. It borders Guatemala and contains the official western border crossing into Guatemala at Santa Elena....

Stann Creek District - Known as the “culture capital” of Belize, Stann Creek, the second largest district, offers numerous adventure, educational and cultural activities....

Placencia - Placencia is a 20-mile long sandy beach with the Caribbean Sea to the east and the Placencia Lagoon and Maya Mountains to the west....

Toledo District - Toledo District, the most southern district and least-visited destination in Belize, is a treasure waiting to be found....

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