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Oceanfront| Downtown | Gold Std | 1B/1 BA
Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Oceanfront| Downtown | Gold Std | 1B/1 BAYou can stop looking now! You've found one of the few locally owned beach houses right in the middle of town with a million dollar view and Gold Standard Certification. This stellar location gives you everything you need close by: water taxis, restaurants, tour companies, grocery stores, and the beach at your doorstep!  Yes, literally, in front of you.  It's the perfect place to relax,  unwind and explore!  We treasure this place handed down to us and we can't wait to share it with you! -Dora

Peaceful Garden Cabin at Picololo *Gold Standard*
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Peaceful Garden Cabin at Picololo *Gold Standard*The newest addition to Picololo, this wee cabin is bright & cool, located in a quiet garden area of Caye Caulker. Equipped with coffee/tea facilities, mini fridge, A/C, fan, hammock, WiFi, unlimited drinking water, Smart TV w/ Netflix account logged-in, and best of all - free BIKES! BBQ grill & picnic table in the yard. Housecleaning fees included. Owners live on site and the property is fenced with two dogs who are friendly to guests.

Sanpopo - A Gold Standard  Approved Vacation Home
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Sanpopo - A Gold Standard Approved Vacation HomeRated by Jones Around The World as one of the top Airbnb's in Belize, this one of a kind Gold Standard tree top home set in over a acre of tropical gardens is a favourite with honeymooner's & couples with cable TV, High Speed Wi-Fi, whirlpool bath , a equipped kitchen has everything you need for breakfast & main meals. Your custom built elevated home has views of the garden, a hammock and hummingbirds feed on your balcony, and you're just a 20 minute walk to Mayan ruins & downtown.

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Popular amenities for Belize vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great vacation rentals in Belize

  1. Entire residential home
  2. San Pedro
Entire third floor, Down town San Pedro!
R872 ZAR per night
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  1. Entire cottage
  2. Cristo Rey
Casa Sophia @ Alma Del Rio / river Eco-comfort
R1,357 ZAR per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. San Pedro
STAY ON THE BEACH | Known for "Best Location"
R1,464 ZAR per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Belize City
New and super clean studio for 2
R725 ZAR per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Spanish Lookout
Modern Luxury Cabin Belize entire jungle property
R1,825 ZAR per night
  1. Hotel room
  2. San Pedro
GOLD STANDARD, Adults Only - pool/bikes/taco bar
R2,450 ZAR per night
  1. Tiny house
  2. Caye Caulker
Mo's Cozy Cabana w/ comfy veranda & access to dock
R507 ZAR per night
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Placencia
OceanFront Bungalow: gold standard approved!
R2,595 ZAR per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. BZ
Beautiful Home with Mountain Views and Pool
R1,812 ZAR per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Belize City
Stylish apartment for 2 guests (+ a child)
R797 ZAR per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Caye Caulker
Gumbo Limbo - Go Slow Cabana
R1,000 ZAR per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Placencia
Dolce Cabana spacious 1BR waterfront with pool
R1,145 ZAR per night

Top-rated things to do in Belize

Unique activities hosted by local experts vetted for quality

  • Iguana Juan's Food Walk
    City walk sampling Central American/Belizean foods. (Vegetarian/Vegan/Gluten-Free friendly) We will sample at least 6 - 8 Belizean favorite dishes, all by local vendors and you will learn the history and preparation techniques of each, as we enjoy. Our restaurant is the only one in town that features handmade classic Belizean Tamales so we discuss these, then each person gets a bottled water, and we venture out to a local taco stand, then walk a few blocks to an authentic tortilla factory to taste hot tortillas direct from the ovens. We continue around town to sample Belizean favorites of local foods, everything from street foods to Belizean Chocolate and Homemade Belizean Rum Creams. We can also show you how handmade tortillas are made for quesadillas and burritos and a Belizean favorite - Coconut Buns. We will make 5 or 6 additional stops before returning to the starting point. During the stroll, we experience at least six of the following (depending on the day and taste of the participants): 1) Watch hand-made Papusas being made & sample (El Salvadorian fare) 2) Belizean Breakfast Tacos 3) Classic Belizean Chicken, Rice & Beans 4) Central American Paletas (all natural popsicles made by hand from fresh fruit) 5) Salbutes 6) Garnaches 7) Tomalitos (Ducunu) 8) Belizean Rum Creams 9) Belizean Meat Pies 10) Coconut Tarts 11) Classic Belizean Tamales
    From Price:R508 / person
  • Belizean Bites Lunch Food Tour
    If you're looking for a foodie adventure and truly local experience this is it! Our team is 100% Belizean, born and raised in Belize! We know our food! We start off eating one of the most iconic Belizean foods, the one they even make t-shirts about! Then, we'll walk over to our go to stop for the closest you'll get to a fast food experience in Belize...a local food stand with our favorite ducunu, cotobrut and stewed fruits. It's a quick grab and go but preparing these foods is everything but fast. Ask Ms. Delia. After this stop, let's eat some Belizean ice cream or try a local popsicle at one of the island's longest standing local ice cream shops. Then, let's taste some rum creams handmade by our local rum cream makers. Enjoy a stop at Mama Ena's for her quintessential rice and beans with stewed chicken. She makes her own coconut milk fresh for every pot and you can taste the love in every bite! Let's walk it off as we head to a secret spice shop for a quick lesson in Belizean spices and foods. Just when you think the adventure is winding down, we've saved one of the bests for last...fyah haat salbutes and panades at our favorite fogon. And last but certainly not least, bite into handmade Belizean chocolate. Nothing beats this dessert of the maya gods. You'll end the tour with a belly full and a heart full of deeper love and understanding for everything Belize.
    From Price:R653 / person
  • Garifuna Cultural Soul Experience
    Guests wanting to share in my unique perspective of how we embrace cultural tourism as an empowering tool are welcome visit my cultural Island on the north end of Hopkins where I engage them in a very immersive experience: Throughout the journey guests I share our Garifuna History and various aspects of our resilient cultural which has been proclaimed an intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO. Our day involves: -Traditional Breakfast preparation: Nourishing the body with organically sourced food. -Kayak exploration of the surrounding lagoon and waterways that we seek to protect. Navigating a very historic path. -Interaction with our herbal Garden/food harvesting Learn about our nature base physical, emotion, spiritual wellness remedies -Coconut Processing (husking, grating, milk making) -Preparation of traditional lunch -Lunch Other things to note Please feel free to advise of any phobia, physical limitations, allergies or special needs. The tour is flexible and open to reasonable modification that are requested in advance of booking confirmation.
    From Price:R1,450 / person
  • Belizean Cultural Food Tasting
    We'll pick you up at the Cayo Welcome Center and we walk over to the Wildfire Artzmosphere where you will be greeted with a glass of local Belizean wine. After which you will get indulge in 4 Belizean dishes filled with spices in every bite as we explore and enjoy foods from 4 of our major cultures within Belize.   We start with a Creole delicacy and one of my childhood favorites, "Boil Up". Boil Up just as the name implies, is a number of  boiled local root vegetables, eggs, pigtail and fish covered in a special coconut flavored tomato and onion sauce. From there we delve into the savory sensations of the Mestizo culture.  You will get to indulge in the diverse corn based foods and enjoy Belizeans favorites; salbutes, garnaches and empanadas.  Of course we will be having Mayan food as well and since we already had so much corn we're going to have some "Relleno de negro" which is a Mayan specialty also known to locals as "black dina" with coconut white rice.   Last but definitely not the least, we discover the authentic flavors of the Garifuna culture where we get to eat some Darasa with coconut curried vegetables and stewed beef.  Darasa can be considered the Garifuna version of the Belizean tamales. We end by making our own Belizean sweet treat called "Wangla".  This Experience is guaranteed to leave you "Belizeanized!"
    From Price:R798 / person
  • Belizean Cultural Dance Sessions
    You will join us at the downtown San Ignacio where we will be hearing the cultural music. We will have a one hour cultural dance session where you will get to learn to dance to the traditional Garifuna music also known to the locals as the "national music of Belize" which is called PUNTA. Punta came from the African word "Bunda" which means movement of your buttocks. :-) You will learn to move your feet and whine your waistline like the Belizeans do using the step by step choreography we will provide. By the end of the session you will be able to dance the traditional dance to any song of that genre of music. Your instructors will make it super easy and fun for you. Go back home feeling like a true Belizean!! Other things to note Come to learn new things, dance and have a great time
    From Price:R218 / person

Your guide to Belize

Welcome to Belize

Perched on the Caribbean Sea and threaded with vast and varied ecosystems, Belize offers abundant open spaces, diverse wildlife, and stunning stretches of ocean. You’ll find lush rainforests, savannas, wetlands, pine forests, and mighty networks of mangrove trees here. These lands are home to a rich panoply of animals, including jaguars, monkeys, tapirs, and riotously colored birds like scarlet macaws and toucans. Off its tranquil sandy shores you’ll find hundreds of cayes and the world’s second-largest barrier reef. Ecotourism and outdoor activities rule the day here: you can hike, snorkel, and zipline through breathtaking scenery. Belize — where many residents are multilingual and English, Belizean Creole, and Spanish are spoken — also boasts a rich ancient history, and is dotted with Mayan ruins. You can easily plan trips here paced to explore it all, or simply snuggle into a hammock on one of the many cays and ponder the deep blue sea.

How do I get around Belize?

Fly into Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE), located about a 20-minute drive from the largest city of Belize City. There are taxis available at the airport, as well as several rental car agencies. A rental car is a flexible option for touring Belize, but there are alternative transit modes, too, including short local flights and a public bus system where you flag down drivers by hand to get a lift. Water taxis will carry you between the mainland and the cayes.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Belize?

Late winter to early spring is high season in Belize, when the weather is warm and sunny, but not humid or scorching. Expect lots of other visitors to frequent the most popular sites during this time too. May and November can be hot and humid, and the summer and fall experience heavy rainfall and possible hurricanes. The country celebrates its independence from the United Kingdom on September 21, preceded by two weeks of festivities including parades, street parties, and live music.

What are the top things to do in Belize?

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

This lush and wild place is the world’s largest jaguar preserve, and if you attend a guided night tour you may see one of these beautiful, shy big cats. But they aren’t the only highlight of this 128,000 acre rainforest. You may also spy ocelots, deer, and tapirs — cute creatures that look a bit like a cross between a pig and a panda. Birders will be in their element, as more than 300 species thrive here.

Belize Barrier Reef

The Belize Barrier Reef System — which includes hundreds of sand cays and mangrove forests — is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most scenic places in the world. Snorkelers will be delighted by the rainbow-colored tropical fish that live here, while scuba divers can explore the famed Great Blue Hole, a deep marine sinkhole populated by hammerhead sharks. After a day in the water, you can relax in nearby Ambergris Caye, a supremely pretty (and popular) destination.


Explore the ancient Mayan history of Belize at this fascinating archaeological site. Its grounds include six plazas and more than 25 temples, including the 130 foot El Castillo decorated with carved friezes. Used as a ceremonial center, the site’s history is still being unearthed today. In 2016, archaeologists undercovered what may be the largest royal tomb in all of Belize.