We are a small, specialist travel business that arranges tailor-made holidays to Belize. We can suggest costed itineraries tailored to your timings, interests and budget. See our selection of sample itineraries for examples.
We provide a personal service and are passionate about Belize as a holiday destination. Everyone within our team has travelled extensively within Belize. Each of us has a specialist interest such as wildlife, active adventure, mayan sites, snorkelling and birdwatching. In addition we have travelled in Belize with children and therefore can advise on activities and tours suitable for a family holiday.
All the flights and flight-inclusive holidays on this website are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. When you pay you will be supplied with an ATOL Certificate. Please ask for it and check to ensure that everything you booked (flights, hotels and other services) is listed on it. Please see our booking conditions for further information or for more information about financial protection and the ATOL Certificate go to: www.atol.org.uk/ATOLcertificate.
Who are We?
Nicola, "I fell in love with Belize on my first visit and kept returning to see more. What I love about Belize are monkeys howling in the night and waking me up, tiny propellor planes whisking me off to the cayes, beautiful, brightly coloured birds in the rainforest, crystal clear waters that are perfect for snorkelling or diving, Mayan ruins that are hidden amongst the jungle and venturing into caves once inhabited by the Mayans. Last but not least the fantastic Belizean guides that are so passionate and caring about their incredible natural heritage".
Karen, "I'd be lying if I said the Rum Punches and Caipirinhas weren't an excellent reason to visit Belize, but for more active adventures I would have to say the snorkelling is the highlight. Whatever part of the reef you visit, whether from San Pedro, Hopkins or Placencia there is a totally different and amazing experience to be had."
Mary, "I have always been interested in ancient ruins and wildlife, particularly birdwatching. Belize has both of these in abundance, the Lamanai Mayan site is perhaps my favourite because of the beautiful setting on the lagoon, but Tikal across the Guatemalan border is definitely a must do day trip from the Cayo for its sheer size and level of excavation. The birdwatching in the Cayo and the northern regions are fantastic, but it is essential to get an expert guide. My other favourite things about Belize are swimming with Nurse Sharks and Spotted Eagle Rays on the cayes, eating in De Tatch in Placencia and snorkelling for Whale Sharks off Gladden Spit."
The hotels and lodges we book provide a good example of responsible and sustainable tourism. They mostly employ or contract Belizean people to service the hotels or to act as guides for their activities and excursions. All provide ceiling fans instead of/or in addition to air conditioning. The jungle lodges have been built using sustainable materials and have low key setting. The lodges also source their food locally and are involved in scientific research or archaeological exploration.