4 Days trip in Belize

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Food exploration Cultural experiences City sightseeing Wildlife exploration
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Belize is a small country in Central America known for its beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, and ancient Mayan ruins. It has a diverse population and culture with influences from the Mayan, Spanish, and African cultures.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to BZD
BZD 2.02
Mayan languages
Best Way to Get Around
Water taxis

Day 1

  1. Belize City Tourist Village

    120 minutes

    Embark on a guided walking tour of Belize City's historic landmarks and iconic buildings, including the Government House, the Supreme Court Building, and St. John's Cathedral. Get a feel for the city's rich culture and history as your knowledgeable guide offers interesting insights and anecdotes.

  2. The Smokey Mermaid

    90 minutes

    Head to The Smokey Mermaid, a popular waterfront gastropub, for a lunchtime feast of local seafood delicacies, from conch fritters to octopus ceviche. Don't miss the smoked meats and charcuterie boards, paired with ice-cold Belikin beers and tropical cocktails.

  3. Belize Zoo

    180 minutes

    Take a scenic drive to the Belize Zoo, a world-renowned wildlife sanctuary that is home to over 170 different species of animals native to Belize. Marvel at jaguars, ocelots, tapirs, and toucans, all within their natural habitats. Join one of the zoo's daily guided tours for a deeper understanding of each animal's unique characteristics and fascinating behavior patterns.

Day 2

  1. Caye Caulker Water Taxi

    45 minutes

    Catch a morning water taxi from Belize City to the laid-back car-free island of Caye Caulker, known for its pristine beaches, colorful coral reefs, and friendly locals. Keep your eyes peeled for marine wildlife such as manatees, dolphins, and sea turtles during the 45-minute ride.

  2. Hol Chan Marine Reserve

    240 minutes

    Join a half-day snorkeling or diving tour to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, a protected area that boasts a rich array of coral gardens, seagrass beds, and marine species including nurse sharks, stingrays, and sea turtles. The knowledgeable guides will ensure that you have an unforgettable and safe experience.

  3. Lazy Lizard Bar and Grill

    120 minutes

    Relax and unwind at the Lazy Lizard Bar and Grill, a popular waterfront spot where you can sip on tropical drinks, munch on fresh ceviche, and soak up the Caribbean vibes. Take a refreshing dip in their swimming pool while catching amazing sunset views over the sea.

Day 3

  1. Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

    300 minutes

    Discover the ancient Mayan civilization by visiting the stunning Xunantunich Ruins. You will be amazed by the temples, plazas, and other ancient structures dating back to the Classic Period of the Mayan civilization. The view from the top of the El Castillo temple is an absolutely breathtaking reward for those willing to climb to new heights.

  2. Hanna's Restaurant and Art Gallery

    120 minutes

    Indulge in authentic Belizean cuisine and admire local art at Hanna's Restaurant and Art Gallery. This vibrant family-owned eatery showcases the best of regional cuisine, with dishes such as stew chicken, rice and beans, and plantain tarts. The lively art exhibits from local artists make for a cultural experience that is truly unique.

  3. San Ignacio Farmers Market

    90 minutes

    Visit the bustling San Ignacio Farmers Market to stock up on fresh produce, jams, and artisanal products. The market is also a center of social life, where vendors and costumers chat about life and the day's events. Who knows what kind of stories and adventures you will hear?

Day 4

  1. Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

    240 minutes

    Venture out to the farflung Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, a peaceful wetland haven for birds, amphibians, and reptiles. This sanctuary is the ideal spot for birdwatchers and nature lovers alike, you can find various types of birds like egrets, herons, and kingfishers.

  2. Lamanai Mayan Ruins

    300 minutes

    Take a journey to Lamanai, an ancient Mayan city nestled deep in the jungle, where you can explore the towering temples, ball courts, and burial sites left behind by the Mayan ancestors. You will also have the opportunity to take a jungle boat ride through the lagoons where you have a chance to spot crocodiles, spider monkeys, and river otters.

  3. Barracuda Restaurant

    120 minutes

    End your Belizean journey at the popular Barracuda restaurant, where you can savor the local seafood dishes. The quaint wooden deck provides a stunning view of the water as you enjoy a glass of wine, Belizean rum, and the sun is setting over the horizon.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 (price per night in USD)
80-120 (price per night in USD)
40-100 (price per night in USD)


25-50 (estimated price in USD per day)
5-15 (estimated price in USD per day)
Bicycle rental
15-20 (estimated price in USD per day)


5-10 (estimated price in USD per meal)
Street food
2-5 (estimated price in USD per meal)
Fancy meal
20-50 (estimated price in USD per meal)

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