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Sarteneja Village is located in the Corozal District, near the Bay of Corozal. Due to its location on the Bay, it is the only place in the country of Belize where you can watch the ... moresun set over the beautiful Caribbean Sea. Sarteneja Village is renowned for artisan boatbuilders and as well as pineapple farming. Experience the delicious Mestizo cuisines, gorgeous beaches and exotic ecosystem in the area. Sarteneja is ideal for fishing, birdwatching and swimming.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
Population:
3,500
District/Region:
Corozal
Kick back and relax on the sea side. Seine Bight is a charming Garifuna village two and a half miles south of the Maya Beach on the Placencia Peninsula. The little village of Seine ... moreBight is sustained by fishing, hunting and small-scale farmng. Over the tall coconut trees, be sure to take a hammock to tie up and enjoy the sea breeze! Apart from the relaxing seaside, be sure to try the tasty little food shacks in the village.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
Population:
1,166
Features:
Phone Service, Restaurants, Sports Bars
District/Region:
Stann Creek
Shipyard, also known as Shipyard Colony, is a Mennonite village that acts as an administrative village in the Orange Walk District. It was founded by Old Colony Mennonites from the ... moreChihuahua and Durango states in Mexico in 1958. Most of the population of Shipyard are Plautdietsch speaking ethnic Mennonites. Individuals in the community survive mainly as carpenters, farmers and mechanics. Most Mennonites of Shipyard are quite traditional in lifestyle, still using horse and buggy for transportation and tractors with steel wheels for fieldwork.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Farm, Village
Population:
3,497
District/Region:
Orange Walk
This Marine Reserve is located approximately 22 miles from Placencia on the main barrier reef. This area is one of the more popular spot for day excursions from Placencia and offers ... moregreat snorkeling and with our version of Shark, Ray and Turtle alley. Visitors to this reserve are guaranteed to have the time of their lives snorkeling and swimming with these creatures in their natural environment. The small coral islands offers the perfect place for an island bar-b-que or a picnic lunch.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Caye (Island)
District/Region:
Near Placencia
Sittee Point is a small community where high-end beachfront resorts and a few interesting independent restaurants gather. It is located about one and a half miles south of Hopkins. ... moreThe actual Sittee Point is about three miles further south at the mouth of the Sittee River, while the marina is about one and a halfmiles south.

Sittee River is the name for both the beautiful river and the village that is situated on its banks. Sittee River is famous for having the tallest mangrove trees in the country of Belize. The river is composed of a combination of freshwater and sedimates originating in the uplands of western Belize. This makes the river an ideal ecosystem for mangrove forests to grow. The Sittee Village is a Garifuna village that promotes the Garifuna culture and lifestyle.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
Features:
Phone Service, Sports Bars
District/Region:
Stann Creek
Spanish Lookout is a Mennonite community in the Cayo District. Spanish Lookout is largely an agricultural community with some light industry, furniture making, prefabricated wood houses ... moreand the only oil field in production in Belize. The Mennonite community in Spanish Lookout is quite modern as cars are driven and other modern conveniences are used. The citizens of this community speak Plautdietsch as their mothertongue. Most of the Mennonites in Spanish Lookout also speak English and Spanish.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Town
Population:
2,253
District/Region:
Cayo
St. George's Caye was previously known by the Spaniards as "Cayo Cosina", or "Kitchen Cay". It was settled as a town in 1650, and was the largest settlement in what was then British ... moreHonduras in the 17th century and 18th century; however, its importance was eventually eclipsed by the growth of Belize City. St.George's Caye was Belize's first capital in the 1700s. From 3 September through 10 September 1798, British settlers fought and defeated a small Spanish fleet sent to drive them from the area; this battle is marked as a national holiday in Belize each September 10 as the Battle of St. George's Caye.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Caye (Island)
Features:
Phone Service, Restaurants
District/Region:
Caye (Island)
One and a half hour hike from San Miguel Village in the Toledo District, is Tiger Cave. It is said that the cave got it's name by the villages after a dog chased a jaguar cub inside ... morethe cave many years ago. The trails of Tiger Cave is mainly second growth forest. Nearby corn milpas and jungle streams can be seen along the trails. Be sure to lookout for the "Blue Hole" hotspring along the way!
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
District/Region:
Toledo
Tobacco Caye is a tiny island that lies ten miles off the coast of Dangriga. This island is mainly accessed through water taxi/boat. It is the perfect island vacation - peaceful and ... moretranquil by the sea. Walking will get your way around this small island or kick back and relax on a hammock tied to a coconut tree. There are no roads or vehicles on this island.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Caye (Island)
District/Region:
Caye (Island)
Unitedville is a village located Cayo District, Belize. The main livelihood activity in this community is traditionally subsistence farming. This would include corn, ground food, beans, ... moresome rice, various tropical fruits, chickens and small livestock.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
Population:
974
District/Region:
Cayo