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Holiday Letting Price Information in Belize
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Belize. The most expensive dates to travel to Belize are in December (14/12 - 21/12). Prices decrease in June to an average of £143 per night (15/06 - 22/06).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Belize
Check how busy Belize is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in February (23/02 - 02/03), when 36% of the holiday lettings are booked. The week with the most available holiday lettings is in August (17/08 - 24/08), with 87 of the vacation rentals available.
A Tropical Paradise to Explore from your Belize Holiday Letting
Belize is located east of Central America surrounded by the Caribbean Sea to the east, and by dense jungle to the west. Known for its massive and beautiful barrier reef, Belize is home to a rich population of marine and terrestrial animals. The tropical weather will keep you outside exploring the Mayan Ruins and the cultural bounty of Belize.
In a country where diversity reigns you are bound to witness an array of culinary treats from different regions. There is no true or authentic Belizean cuisine since for generations locals have adapted Mexican, Spanish, Caribbean, Mayan and African influences into their cooking.
Belizeans love their meat with lots of varieties to choose from. Go for dinner and order a Cochinita Pibil, a slow-roasted pork dish which is cooked over firewood in a clay oven. This succulent dish is seasoned with annatto seed paste, fresh onion, tomato, cilantro, and Habanero pepper sauce.
If you are a liquor enthusiast, wash the delicious meal down with a unique wine called the Cashew and Craboo Wine. This wine is made with fermented cashew fruit and is sometimes infused with the flavors of mango and blackberry.
There is no need to hesitate when deciding on one of many Belize holiday homes since Belize has so much to offer the senses.
Basking in a Tropical Climate
The gateway to Central America, Belize contains tropical rainforests and pristine white sand beaches. Although the humidity in this sub-tropical paradise is high, the intensity of it does not last long.
Taking a walk along the beaches near chosen Belize holiday homes will cool you down when the sea breeze grazes your skin. If you are more comfortable in cooler weather, head to Belize from November to January where the weather averages at 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
Belize Holiday Lettings Near Mayan Ruins
Travel back in time to historical Belize by exploring the ruins and temples of the Mayan Empire open to the public. While the glyphs and language continue to be deciphered by archaeologists, you can still see the unique way in which the Mayans communicated.
You don’t have to venture out too far from the Belize holiday lettings to see what the Mayan Civilization has left for us to discover. Archaeological sites such as Altun Ha or Lamanai, are just two of many ruins you can visit in northern Belize. Don’t forget to make it a day at El Pilar, possibly the largest Classical-era Mayan city in the region. The children will feel like Lewis and Clark exploring the vast city ruins of a civilization that existed thousands of years ago.
The People of Belize and their Ancestral Art
You will not only be struck by the country’s beauty, but you will also be surprised to know that Belize is the only Central American country which has English as its official language. Many natives of Belize know English, but Kriol is the dominant language spoken. There are many dialects to discover in this stunning Mayan homeland, such as Spanish, African-based Garifuna, Mandarin, German, and many more. When relaxing by the beach with your family near one of the chosen Belize holiday lettings, you will understand just how important a sense of community is to the people of Belize.
Although the people are from diverse backgrounds, the celebration of their uniqueness culminates into a commitment to preserve the cultural multiplicity of their beautiful nation. It is this beauty that folk artists, sculptors, painters, and artisans of Belize capture in their art by working with a variety of forms.
In the Cayo district of western Belize, where there are many Belize holiday lettings, you will find the Garcia Sisters. Inspired by their Mayan ancestors, the sisters run a museum and art gallery. In the heart of the rainforest with a view of the Maya Mountains and farmland, you can take a tour through the Tanah Mayan Art Museum in San Antonio, Belize. The Museum is a feast for your eyes as you begin to understand how the lives of Mayans shaped their art.
The Famous Blue Hole
Situated 43 miles from the coast of Belize, a diver’s dream awaits. The Blue Hole is a large submarine sink hole which is 407 feet deep. Hop on a short flight from your holiday home north to Ambergris Caye, where there are also many Belize holiday lettings to choose from, and where you can take a speedboat to The Blue Hole.
If you are not comfortable diving, then no sweat. You can also go swimming, cruising, or fishing at the gorgeous Blue Hole. Apart from visiting the amazing coral reefs, you can also take in the unique island that is Ambergris Caye. Visit stunning limestone caves, waterfalls, and rainforests.
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