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Adventure Life's Belize tours offer an unparalleled variety of adventures packed into Central America's most culturally unique country. From the reefs, ruins, rainforests, and beaches you can enjoy active adventures such as hiking, horseback riding, snorkeling, diving sailing, caving, and more. Snorkeling in Belize is sublime, and SCUBA divers choose Belize for its pristine waters and aquatic life. Sea Kayaking in Belize can transport you from reef to jungle or to hundreds of cayes, atolls and islands. Other Belize tours might include an adventure resort like Hamanasi, where you can choose from any number of water and land adventures, including pool-lounging and hammock-surfing. Whether you prefer relaxing in your treehouse bungalow or exploring the caves of a Maya underworld, you're sure to find your perfect Belize tour below.

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Belize is tropical paradise where reefs, rainforests and ruins come together in one of the world's most sublime destinations. Here are Adventure Life's picks for the top activies in Belize.

Snorkeling - Belize has the world's second longest barrier reef that runs nearly the entire length of the country. Hotspots include Turneffe AtollAmbergris Caye and Caye Caulker.

Sea Kayaking - the clear, calm tropical waters that make snorkeling exceptional also makes for world class kayaking. Top choices include Lighthouse Reef, Southwater Caye, and Glovers Reef Atoll, one of only 3 coral atolls in the Western Hemisphere! 

Explore Maya Ruins - at Xunantunich, or venture over the Guatemalan border to Tikal, or even experience modern day Maya in the "Living Maya Experience" tour.

Visit the Rainforest - teeming with flora and fauna  you'll hike through biodiverse forest as you try to spot monkeys, sloths and tropical birds.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Belize

Do I need a visa to travel to Belize?
A visa is not required to visit Belize, but you must have a passport valid at least beyond the length of your trip.

Is tipping customary in Belize?
While tipping is not expected, it is always appreciated. Anywhere from 10-20 percent of a bill or service would be considered a good tip.

What is internet access like in Belize?
Whether or not you have internet access in Belize depends largely on where you're staying - the larger, modern, or luxury hotels, tend to offer high speed WiFi in the rooms, while smaller boutique hotels might only offer it at a computer in their lobby (if at all), and cruise vessels will probably not have it at all. But don't worry - this allows you to focus on the experience, and disconnect from your worries.

Can I use my cell phone while in Belize?
Yes, you can get a pre-paid SIM chip to put in an unlocked smartphone, and the two main carriers in Belize are Digicell and Smart. However, we recommend that you simply leave the WiFi turned on and connect when you find a hotspot, and otherwise just leave the phone in your suitcase!

Do I need power adapters?

Power in Belize is 110v with two flat prong outlets, the same as in North America, which means that you will not need a power adapter or converter.

What are the toilets like in Belize?
The toilets in Belize are generally the western style flushing toilets, however it is possible that in the more isolated parts of the country on day-excursions the only available bathrooms will be out-house style latrines. You should not throw the waste paper in the bowl of the toilet but rather in the garbage basket next to it to prevent clogs.

Can I drink the water in Belize?
Although the water in Belize is safe for showering and washing dishes, you should not drink it. Bottled water will always be provided for you.

Are credit cards accepted in Belize? Will I be able to find ATMs?
Almost all businesses in Belize (other than small vendors) will accept most major credit cards, but it's still a good idea to have some cash on hand, just in case. 

Should I purchase travel insurance?
You should always purchase travel insurance, just in case something unexpected happens. We offer exclusive deals from a partner company from the My Trips page.

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