BTB's Digital Marketing Summit

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Type Of Event
Start Date
Friday, 19 Jul, 2024Annually
Entrance Fee
$250 Visit

  • Guest Speakers
  • Digital Content Strategies
  • Digital Content Creation
  • Travel Trade in Digital
  • Social Media Trends in Travel
  • Digital Brand Reputation
  • BTB Digital Marketing Opportunities

About Event

BTB's Digital Marketing Summit

The Digital Marketing Summit is an annual conference meeting that brings together some of the brightest minds in digital marketing. This event hosts presentations from professional marketers in their respective fields.

"As tourism digital marketers today, we face more challenges and greater marketing demands than ever before. The reality is to “do more with less, utilizing new technologies,” this is no small feat, indeed.

To succeed, we must rethink our marketing strategies and avoid the hurdles that impede such progress. As tourism marketers, there are numerous avenues to utilize for greater qualitative and quantitative measurement of progress and success."

2023 BTB's Digital Marketing Summit

The 2023 BTB Digital Marketing Summit is scheduled for August 25, 2023. Here are the presenters and topics for 2023:

Why should you attend the 2023 BTB's Digital Marketing Summit?

This event will be an engaging and insightful conference that will discuss new and trending strategies to appeal to your audience through digital use and the use of technology. Join the discussion and learn how you can improve your digital marketing skills!
Suitable for:
Adults, Groups, Seniors
What to bring?
  • Notebooks & Pens
Outline of Event
Start Time
8/25/20238:00 AMPresentations8 hrs
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Location Information
Belize Biltmore Plaza
3 Miles Northern Highway, Belize City, Belize
Is Transportation provided?:
Transport Info.
Important Transportation/Pickup Information
1. Private Vehicle
2. Rentals/Charters/Shuttles
3. Public Transportation (Buses)
4. Taxi
5. Hitch-hiking

To arrange a shuttle/rental/charter, visit has a wide range of rental, charter and shuttle options to book today! See the options here:
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Destinations/Attractions Nearby
Tours & Shuttles
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Departs From:
Belize City
Welcome to G&W enterprise A tour of Belize's old capital in our comfortable, air-conditioned van is just what you need to experience a historical and educational taste of our Jewel. ... moreWe have a licensed, knowledgeable, and friendly Tour Operator and Tour Guide awaiting you at your port of entry or hotel. We will traverse along the beautiful shores of the Caribbean Sea on the Northern side of Belize City passing The Baron Bliss Lighthouse, which is the monument of one of our greatest benefactors.

This exciting and enjoyable ride will take you along the route of several embassies of varying foreign countries, major hotels, Linbert's Landing “known as "BTL Park”, some of our major high schools and universities, several residential areas including the residence of the Prime Minister. The tour will then proceed across one of the three bridges that connect the north to the south side of Belize City. Tourists will experience a true sensation with pedestrians and motorists during the busiest times of the day. The ride will take you to pass the recently built Belize Multi-purpose Center and into the metropolitan area of our City which includes the various banks, shopping centers, schools, and even a view of one of the oldest churches, the Anglican Cathedral of Belize.
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Orange Walk Town
Belize Zip Lining Traverse over the forest canopy and take in the view. This is one of the best ways to experience Belize’s Subtropical jungle with an exhilarating whirr. Your trained ... morejungle guides will do their safety checks and ensure you a great experience as you launch from deck to deck. A gorgeous view of the Caves Branch River as you fly over is an experience you won’t want to miss!

A gorgeous view of the Caves Branch River as you fly over is an experience you won’t want to miss!
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The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center were started in 1983, as a last-ditch effort to provide a home for a collection of wild animals that had been used in making documentary ... morefilms about tropical forests.

Today, The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center have settled upon 29 acres of tropical savanna and exhibits over 150 animals, representing over 45 species, all native to Belize. The zoo keeps animals that were orphaned, rescued, born at the zoo, rehabilitated animals, or sent to The Belize Zoo as donations from other zoological institutions.
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Departs From:
Belize City
View some Belize of the most beautiful birds in the tropical wetland; Birding-by-Boat Cruise At The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is the perfect location for Birds in Belize. This ... moreincredible wetland ecosystem is the largest of its kind in northern Belize and is 30 miles north of Belize City. Mother Nature has designed this huge lagoon just for birds. It’s home to most of Belize's 574 species of birds found in the country, including One the largest flying Bird in the Americas Jabiru Stork, different species of Birds Like egrets and herons, and even the magnificent Northern Jacana just to name a few. But birds aren’t the only animals you can see on this cruise. On this cruise will have a high possibility To see Morlet crocodiles, green as well as spiny tail iguanas, and even howler monkeys.
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Caye Caulker
Altun Ha Tour; Wear long sleeve, pants and closed shoes.
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The Belize Zoo is less of a traditional zoo to display animals from around the world and more of a rescue center for abandoned and injured animals. Home to more than 145 species of ... moreindigenous animals, the Belize Zoo is one of the best places to learn about the incredible diversity of wildlife found in the country.

The Belize Zoo measures approximately 29 acres in size with plenty of space to create comfortable habitats for the animals. The Belize Zoo plays an important role in helping educate both foreign visitors and locals alike about the wide diversity of fauna in the country and the importance of protecting and preserving it.

Founded in 1983, the Belize Zoo is the first facility of its kind to be fully accessible to individuals with reduced or impaired mobility. Animals at the zoo include birds such as parrots, keel-billed toucans, giant harpy eagles, scarlet macaws, vultures, and the endangered Jabiru Stork. The Belize Zoo is also home to reptiles and amphibians, including crocodiles, snakes, salamanders, frogs, and lizards.

Mammals found at the zoo include all five of Belize’s big cat species: jaguars, margays, ocelots, coatis, and jaguarundis. Other mammals found at the zoo include black howler monkeys, gibnuts, tapirs, and the famous kinkajou, sometimes referred to as the “nightwalker.”

There is also a gift shop located on the premises of the zoo. Income from visitor admissions helps the zoo fund its educational programs for the youth of Belize as well as conservation programs such as its jaguar rehabilitation program and harpy eagle restoration program. Proceeds also help fund the Belize Zoo’s continuing mission to provide care for injured, orphaned and abandoned animals from all across the country.

The Belize Zoo is located approximately a 30-minute drive west of Belize City and receives over 68,000 visitors every year.
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Belize City
A thrill ride is waiting for you on an outing that combines one of Belize's grandest ancient sites with the excitement of adventure in the jungle. A private guide takes you to visit ... morethe ruins of Altun Ha, go tubing through a rich cave system, and breeze through the air on a spectacular zip line course.

You're picked up at your hotel in the morning for the drive to the ancient Mayan city known as Altun Ha. Here, your guide shows you around the collection of pyramids, walkways, and plazas as you learn about its history dating back to the 10th century BC.

Next, you're taken to a zip line facility with a course built in the canopy of Belize's lush rainforest. Gear up and strap in for a ride that takes you over the treetops, on lines that take you up to 85 feet (26 m) above the ground for terrific views of the jungle rushing below.

Grab some lunch as you catch your breath ahead of an expedition that takes you into the rainforest and to the mouth of a system of caverns fed by the Caves Branch River. Here, you pick up your tubing gear and set off to let the current carry you underground. Admire the stone pillars, stalactites, and stalagmites, and learn how the Mayans viewed these surroundings as a part of the underworld before the tour wraps up with a ride back to your hotel.
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