Belize: Bountiful

Throw a rock in Belize and you’ll probably hit a Maya site. Some estimate there are 900 yet to be excavated. The Maya are known to have been present in Belize since 2000BC. They lived in coastal swamps, inhabited cayes, exploited the mountains, traded on rivers, and held ceremonies (sometimes sacrificial) in caves.

Today, the country is a bevy of gorgeous beaches, diverse cultural expression, and a variety of recipes and styles of food.

The content below was produced by travelers in our Road Warrior program, a partnership between MatadorU and the Belize Tourism Board.

Series Articles

4 Caves To Check Out in Cayo, Belize

Photo Essay: How To Make a Garifuna Drum

How To Become a Good Caver

A Quick Guide To Speaking Kriol in Belize

Quick Guide: Belize's Best Beaches

The Music of Belize

Photo Essay: Summer Festivals in Belize

6 Quick Guides To Belize

10 Maya Sites in Belize

A Food Lover’s Guide To Belize City

9 Organizations Doing Good in Belize

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