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Belize is located on the southeastern edge of the Yucatan peninsula, bordered by Mexico to the north, Guatemala to the West and South, and the Caribbean Sea to the east. Just offshore lie hundreds of unspoiled islands, or cayes, and one of the world’s most significant barrier reefs. Major US airlines provide daily service from several Southeastern gateways; Belize City’s international airport is, in fact, a mere 90 minutes from Miami. Local air passenger service provides connections to our location in Toledo Province several times a day.

Belize is a nature-lover’s paradise, with millions of acres of unspoiled rainforest, miles of pristine beaches, and a history reaching back to pre-Columbian times. A mild subtropical climate prevails, with soothing trade winds from autumn until late spring. Belize is noted for its broad range of climactic types, including jungle rain forest, dry pine forest, arboreal, savanna, and coastal beach zones.