Belize Tours and Shuttles

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Next Shuttle: June 5th
Emergency Transportation for Repatriation Flights out of Belize. Belize Ground Shuttle is pleased to offer special services for transportation to the airport for repatriation flights. ... moreWe have shared and private shuttle options. Transportation is one way only. Passengers must have a confirmed flight on the scheduled date for a confirmed repatriation flight.

Only credit card payments are accepted

Bring your passport and proof of travel

Bring and wear a face mask and (optional) gloves

Luggage is limited to one checked bag, one carry-on bag, and one personal item such as a backpack.

Service will not be provided unless a minimum number of passengers reserve seats. 

Passengers may be subject to a health screening before departing. You cannot travel if you have any symptoms. All bookings include pickup from your residence. If you live out of town limits, you can meet us at the Welcome Center in San Ignacio. We will confirm the logistics after you have booked. Each passenger booking includes 1 carry on and one checked luggage. Additional luggage charges apply.
Type of Vehicle:
Full Size Van
Depart (from):
San Ignacio, Belmopan
Arrive (to):
International Airport
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International or municipal Airport pickup or drop off, to and from San Ignacio Town. We can drop you off at your hotel in San Ignacio Town or surrounding areas.... more

2 hours of travel time.
Type of Vehicle:
Full Size Van
Depart (from):
International Airport, Municipal Airport, San Ignacio
Arrive (to):
International Airport, Municipal Airport, San Ignacio
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San Ignacio to Philip S.W Goldson International Airport  Need a ride for the Repatriation Flight? Book Here! One Way Shuttle from San Ignacio to Phillip S.W. Goldson International ... moreAirport (BZE)
Shuttle departs promptly from Hode's Place. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.
Daily Departures at: 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:00AM, 12:00PM
Hotel pickup available for an extra fee. See the rates below. Your hotel must be within town limits. Hotel pickup commences about 1 hour before the scheduled departure time. You must pay your hotel pickup fee in advance. Please message us to confirm if your hotel is within our town limits zone.

*Disclaimer: Our shuttle has a fluid schedule. We might leave on time or earlier, but we may delay in waiting for other ticketed passengers. We will always keep you updated via email or text.
Type of Vehicle:
Full Size Van
Depart (from):
San Ignacio
Arrive (to):
International Airport, Municipal Airport, Water Taxi Terminal, Belize City
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Julian's Transfers is here to accommodate your recreational travel needs to and from various locations in Belize: Philip Goldson International Airport to Hopkins ... more

Hopkins to Philip Goldson International Airport
Type of Vehicle:
Full Size Van
Depart (from):
International Airport, Hopkins
Arrive (to):
International Airport, Hopkins
Need shuttle Transportation, Private Transportation, and Transfers? We provide a comfortable ride to and from the Philip Goldson International Airport to Placencia. Fares are for One-Way ... moretrips departing from the airport or from Placencia. Pickup and Drop off directly to your hotel.
Type of Vehicle:
Mini Van
Depart (from):
International Airport, Placencia
Arrive (to):
International Airport, Placencia
Provider:

The Belize Travelcast

You may not be able to visit right now, but you can listen to our podcast to learn more about Belize and why you should visit soon.

In this episode, ATM specialist Mr. Elias Cambranes from Katun Ahau Tours takes us on an amazing mind-blowing virtual tour of the ATM Cave in Western Belize. The ATM Cave is one of ... morethe experiences in Belize that you must have on your bucket list. The ATM cave is one of Belize's most stunning attractions and a visit will most certainly change your life. Until you visit in person, join us on this virtual tour with Elias and mark your calendars for your next trip to Belize and the Actun Tunichil Muknal cave.
The public relations officer of the Belize Tourism Board, Mrs. Linette Canto, joins us in this episode to discuss some of the preparations being made in Belize, including the development ... moreof new policies and procedures and capacity building of local tourism stakeholders. The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) is the governing body of Belize’s tourism industry, with a primary mandate of marketing the destination both locally and internationally. In our phone conversation, Linette recaps Belize’s recently booming tourism industry as we recorded more than half a million overnight arrivals in 2019. She also gives us a brief overview of some of the marketing outreach they have been doing to keep the destination top of mind for when travel resumes. Belize has been declared Covid-19-free since May 11 after having recorded no new cases for 28 days.
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Ted Tejada joins us remotely via telephone to discuss how Belize has fared during the coronavirus pandemic and the efforts to prepare for visitors after our borders are reopened. Ted ... moreis the president of the Belize Hotel Association and general manager of the Belize Best Western Biltmore Plaza Hotel in Belize City. In this episode, he gives us some insight into how the tourism industry in Belize was caught off guard, just as the rest of the world, but how the country then took decisive action to mitigate the spread. Belize now ranks 5th globally as one of the most prepared countries in the world to lift its COVID-19 lockdown measures. As of this recording, Belize had recorded 18 cases, with only 2 active cases remaining. While the borders, including the airport, are still closed, the country continues to make post-COVID preparations. Ted gives us some insight into some of the policies and procedures being developed by different organizations in Belize such as the Belize Hotel Association, National Institute of Culture and History, Belize Airport Authority, and the Belize Tourism Board. A collective effort is being made throughout the country to put protocols and policies in place, with a phased reopening being planned. Ted reaffirms that Belize is a destination worth waiting for, and he assures us that everything possible is being done to ensure the safety of guests when tourism gets back on track.
Host Javier Gutierrez of The Belize Travelcast welcomes Jim Scott for a discussion about his journey to Belize from Michigan, USA and what made him stay in Belize all these years. ... moreJim recounts his time in Belize City and how he assimilated into the culture of Belize and fell in love with the people. They discuss his love of nature and his experiences as a scuba diver, fly fisherman, avid hiker, and a professional in the Belize tourism industry. Jim is an advocate for hospitality training in Belize and together with Lorena Zaldana they own and operate Hospitality Training Services Belize which offers hospitality training and certification in Belize and around the world. They are also the proprietors of the 501Hub, a new restaurant in Belize City which also serves as a training hub for restaurant staff.
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In 2003, the world famous Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" visited Belize and made a special appearance at the Belize Zoo for their 20th anniversary celebration. In attendance ... morewas a young Zhawn Poot, whose father has worked at the zoo for many years. Young Zhawn was inspired to pursue a career in conservation. In this episode of The Belize Travelcast, Zhawn and Javier discuss his love of nature and conservation including some of the work he has done in Belize and some of his favorite activities.
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Meet the Executive Chef, Enrique Awe, from the World Renowned Running W Steak House at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel in San Ignacio Belize. He was recently featured in a Forbes article ... moreabout brunch in Belize. Enrique is fairly new to the Belize food scene, having spent 18 years in the United States building a successful culinary career. At the Age of 21, Enrique admittedly did not know how to cook so much as an egg. As he tells it, he didn’t know how to cook but he knew he liked food. That is when he emigrated from Belize to the United States and where he started his journey to becoming an executive chef. He has come full circle, bringing his expertise and helping new up and coming Belizean culinary students.

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Wanna know a secret? Nope, no secrets allowed! Here are ten things that every traveler should know about Belize. Get your way around this remarkable country from the food to Mother ... moreNature's gifts. Belize has a low population density, which means you won't find the huge crowds of tourists that other destinations have. We've also worked very hard to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, and we have been declared COVID-free as of May 11, 2020 after 28 days with no new cases. Let's start Belizing!
Belize is literally filled with Maya Archaeology Sites! Whether it has been excavated or not, you can climb up a Maya Ruin in any region of Belize. Which one will you visit?
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The Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave is a possible contender for Belize's most stunning attractions. The ATM Tour in Belize will change your life! Located close to the town of San Ignacio, ... morethe ATM Cave is the most popular cave tour in Belize. Its vast network of underground chambers is known as being a treasure trove for archaeologists but also for its diverse ecosystem of bats, crabs, crayfish, and tropical fish. Here's everything you need to know before you start planning a trip to Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave.

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