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La Democracia is a mainland village that is located in Belize District. There are a number of exciting things to do in La Democracia. From historical sites to cultural attractions, ... moreexplore the exhaustive list of all other local attractions in La Democracia.
Category:
Destination
District/Region:
Belize
Ladyville is the largest village in the country of Belize. Located on the north end of the Belize River, eight miles northwest of Belize City, consists of broadleaf lowland forests ... moreand marshlands with creeks, ponds and mangrove forest along the coast. The Phillip Goldson highway cuts through the village.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Urban Area
Population:
5,458
District/Region:
Belize
Lark Caye Private Island is a family-owned private island located five minutes by boat from Placencia and thirty minutes from San Pedro. The island is lined with magroves along the ... moreshoreline that protects the island and nurses aquatic life and is abundant in coconut trees.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Caye (Island)
Features:
Phone Service
District/Region:
Near Placencia
Just off the coast of Placencia Village, Laughing Bird Caye is a must see! This beautiful island is perfect for aquatic adventures or relaxation. It is one of the premiere protected ... moreareas within the World Heritage Site. Laughing Bird Caye is named after the Laughing Gulls due to an abundance in Laughing Gull breeding on the island. Frequent human interaction drove the birds to other derserted islands. Although you can't do a lot of bird watching here, you kick back and relax on the beach or take a dip in to the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Sounds like paradise! This unique island structure also contributes the exotic marine life and coral habitats in the area.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Caye (Island)
Features:
Camping
District/Region:
Caye (Island)
Long Caye is a privately owned island that is forty miles off the coast of Belize in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Long Caye is a popular natural preservation area for red footed booby ... morebirds, pristine cora reef and jungle island ecosystems. Development has been limited to the efforts of private owners on the caye. This caye is also a popular scuba diving location. Some of the atoll's best dive sites are found just off Long Caye's western shore.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Caye (Island)
District/Region:
Caye (Island)
National Agricultural Showgrounds is next to Roaring Creek and is located in Cayo, Belize. National Agricultural Showgrounds has a length of 2.08 kilometres.
Category:
Destination
Features:
Phone Service, Parking, Market
District/Region:
Belmopan City
The Belize–Mexico border is an international border between the countries of Belize and Mexico. It is approximately a hundred and fifty-five miles long, following the course of the ... moreHondo River. This border separates Belize from the Mexican states of Quintana Roo ad Campeche. Currently, there are two official crossings at the border, which are international bridges. The main bridge is located between Subteniente Lopez, Quintana Roo, Mexico, and Santa Elena, Corozal District, Belize.
Category:
Destination
Features:
Phone Service, Restaurants
District/Region:
Corozal
Orange Walk Town is the fourth largest town in Belize and is the capital of the Orange Walk District. Locally known as "Sugar City," Orange Walk Town is known to have the best tacos ... morein Belize. It is the paradise location for street food and the hub for agricuture.

Stop at cafes and get a first hand look at the everyday life of northern Belizeans. Then head to the Banquitas House of Culture to get a feel for the district’s history, culture and industry. They regularly host special traveling art, cultural and archeological exhibits.

When you’re done taking in the town, check out Honey Camp Lagoon, where the locals go. With its golden sandy beaches and coconut trees you’re sure to fall in love.

Be sure to see the New River, a waterway for the ancient Maya and check out the wildlife and scenery on your way to the Maya Temples.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Town
Population:
13,708
Features:
Phone Service, Restaurants, ATM services, Banks, Night Clubs, Public Parks, Market
District/Region:
Orange Walk
Palemnto Grove & Fishing Lodge is owned and operated by a local Garifuna Family in Hopkins Village, Belize. They offer amazing and enriching cultural and fishing experiences including: ... moreGarifuna Culinary, Drumming & Music Tours.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
Features:
Phone Service
District/Region:
Stann Creek
The PGIA is Belize’s only international airport located 10 miles from Belize City in Ladyville, Belize District. It is owned by the Government of Belize and Belize Airports Authority ... moreand operated by the Belize Airport Concession Company Limited under a Concession Agreement.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
International Airport
Features:
Phone Service
District/Region:
Belize