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Island Life in Belize

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With our nonstop schedules and always-on existences, it’s entirely possible that the idea of chilling out on a beach leaves you feeling anxious. If you need some help learning to let go, here’s our five-point plan to embrace the laid-back atmosphere of Belize’s cayes.
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San Pedro, Belize
Hol Chan Marine Reserve, located just a few minutes' boat ride from San Pedro, is the place to go for snorkeling in Northern Belize. This small, protected area (Hol Chan means "little channel" in Mayan) is home to part of Belize's barrier reef,...
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Ambergris Caye, Belize
Rent a golf cart in San Pedro, grab a towel, and head off on a day of adventure. Locals will likely send you to the island's "Secret Beach" when asked where to head for a quiet day on some pristine sand. Bring a map and $10 Belizean ($5 U.S.) to...
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Barrier Reef Drive, San Pedro, Belize
Peruse the shores of San Pedro for restaurants, dive shops, and local vendors. If you've had too many fry jacks to count and are searching for something else to appease your sweet tooth, head to the Belize Chocolate Company for a wide assortment...
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Front St Caye Caulker, Belize
One of Caye Caulker’s best beach bars is also its friendliest. Set right on the Split—a narrow channel dividing the island’s north and south portions—Caye Caulker’s most social corner invites tourists and...
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Caye Caulker, Belize
It won't take long after you arrive on Caye Caulker before noticing the vibrant buildings that fill the island with color. Once you disembark from the water taxi, head to the right if you want to go to the north end, where Lazy Lizard is located,...