Spring Break in Belize 2019

EASTER on the BELIZE CAYES 2019 Nothing says “family time” and “beach time” more than Easter in Belize. Easter is a four-day weekend and a bank and public holiday at the end of April. Traditionally, Belizeans take this time to reconnect with friends and family, barbeque on the beach, go...

South Water Caye Has The Best Beaches in Belize

A recent article on Internationalliving.com states that Belize's beaches is another reason why travellers should vacation in Belize. Ann Kuffner, the author of the article writes: Belize is well-known for its famous Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. For decades adventurous scuba divers and...

Learn How To Cook An Old School Belizean Breakfast

By The Bare Pantry Show: httpv://youtu.be/IGcO0OGdvBU I wanted to honor the request of some of the viewers to make a video completely in Creole/Kriol. I decided to do Fry Jacks or Fry Cakes, but the 1/2 recipe because this meal is the reason why I started the show. Fry Jacks...

4 Things to do in Dangriga Belize

If you love culture and not crowds then Dangriga is the place you have to visit. Located at the end of the Hummingbird Highway, Dangriga is the capital of Belize’s Stann Creek District and is home to the Garifuna, a cultural and ethnic group who are descendants of shipwrecked slaves...

Cultural Arts of Belize

One of the most popular types of wood used is mahogany, but other woods are used as available as well. Many vendors will set up tables in market places and other public areas to sell their wares. Some wood carvings can be pretty rudimentary, but others can be quite elaborate....

Belize’s Rainforest

Our natural pharmacy: The knowledge and practice of traditional medicine in Belize is as diverse as its cultural heritage and botanical diversity. In an area that is not just home to more species of plants than most other regions on earth, but is equally rich in cultural diversity, the number...

Belize Culture

Belize’s official language is English but while you are travelling around the country you will hear Mandarin, Garifuna, Kriol (English), Spanish, German, Hindi or Mopan Maya language. This is because Belize is home for a diversity of cultures. Almost all schools in Belize celebrate a Cultural Day where students from...