Jump off the beaten path and head to the adventure land of Belize where misty mountain crags lead to pristine rainforests teeming with exotic wildlife. With more than 200 miles of Caribbean coastline and hundreds of offshore islands where you can frolic amidst dolphins, sharks, rays, sea turtles, and hundreds of species of fish, there’s always something to do and see in Belize.
Explore native villages where ancient Maya cultural traditions are still kept alive. Climb ancient pyramids and majestic temples deep in the jungle at places like Caracol, Altun Ha, and Xunantunich, built by Maya thousands of years ago. Head into the inky depths of vast subterranean caverns where priests once offered up human sacrifices in an attempt to appease their gods.
Get an authentic Belize experience by staying at the Black Orchid jungle resort. Although just a short 30-minute drive from the international airport in Belize City, the Black Orchid resort is an oasis of tranquility situated on the banks of the pristine Old Belize River. Dine on sumptuous meals that blend old and new world cuisines while you swap stories and experiences with fellow travelers and locals.
Black Orchid is ideal for adventure travelers, honeymooners, family vacations, and group getaways. Choose between elegant suites and comfortably appointed rooms. Swim in the pool and sip a delicious cocktail made with fresh juices in the screened-in porch.
Whether you want to take a cruise up the Old Belize River or explore other exciting adventures, all of the top destinations in the country are just a short distance away. The staff at Black Orchid have extensive experience in organizing tours and tailoring vacation packages to suit your needs and budget. Simply inquire to learn about the fabulous adventure options available in Belize.
Imagine sailing down a subterranean river on an inner tube, soaring through the jungle canopy on a series of zip lines, horseback riding through a pristine rainforest, or hiking through a vast nature reserve that is home to monkeys, parrots, toucans, tapirs, and some of the last remaining big cats in Central America. And the nearby Belize Barrier Reef and offshore islands are a paradise for snorkeling, sailing, fishing, and scuba diving. You can dive with whale sharks, the biggest fish in the world’s oceans, or marvel at the grace and agility of dolphins, sea turtles, and dozens of species of rays.