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Belize is recognized as a premiere tourist destination, but miles deep into the nation’s lush interior, far from the umbrella-dotted coastlines and luxury resorts, is a world of nature and ancient history. Belize was home to the extinct Mayan people and their technologically impressive society. Though they disappeared from history’s timeline in the 1500s with the arrival of Spanish imperialists, well-preserved evidence of their culture can be seen through stone temples, pyramids and artifacts. Belize is full of tall Mayan ruins, many of which are free for visitors to visit and climb—if they dare.

Belizeans take nature seriously, a reflection of their Mayan ancestors’ belief that man is deeply intertwined with the Earth. Over 2.6 million acres of Belizean land is protected under law. The Cockscomb National Park, extending across 150 square miles of the country, is the world’s only jaguar preserve.

Though Spanish, Creole, and indigenous languages are widely spoken, English is Belize’s official tongue. It is the only nation in Central America that uses English as its federal language.

Though Spanish, Creole, and indigenous languages are widely spoken, English is Belize’s official tongue. It is the only nation in Central America that uses English as its federal language.


  • Belieze is known as a great place to view sharks, especially during the rainy season from April–July.
  • Belize houses a rare howler monkey breed that makes it on the list of the world's top loudest animals.
  • Belizeans take nature seriously, a reflection of their Mayan ancestors’ belief that man is deeply intertwined with the Earth. Over 2.6 million acres of Belizean land is protected under law. The Cockscomb National Park, extending across 150 square miles of the country, is the world’s only jaguar preserve.
  • Belize's jaguar preserve is the only official one in the world and is located within the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Belize is one of the richest Mayan history locations with over 900 historic locations.
  • Belize is the only English language country in Central and South America.
  • The country receives 60 inches of annual rain, mostly concentrated during the wet season, so tourists are encouraged to visit between November and April to avoid humid days of regular downpour.
  • The Belize Barrier Reef is the second grandest coral reef system in the world. It boasts over 500 species of fish.
  • Belizean superstition says that if you go swimming in the ocean on Good Friday, you will turn into a mermaid.
  • Belize was known as British Honduras until it gained its independence from England in 1973.
  • The capital of Belize switched from Belize City to Belmopan in 1961 when a devastating hurricane destroyed Belize City.
  • Belize is one of the only countries that does not contain even one McDonalds, Burger King, Starbucks or KFC in the entire country.
Country Code

501

Capital Belmopan Population 347,369Area 22,966 KM2 GDP $8,200