The Rum Punch
Sunshine + The Rum Punch II = Perfect Day in Paradise!
The Five Sisters Waterfalls at Gaia Riverlodge offer major cool-down on a hot day.
The thundering hooves of horses are a delight to discover while on the beach in Hopkins.
So Many Fish!
…and turtles and rays…oh my!!
“Hey man, slap some fin!” This loggerhead turtle is ready for his close-up at Chato’s graveyard!
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From the Editor
Welcome to My Beautiful Belize!
The months of July and August are a great time of year to visit Belize. Between lobster fests in San Pedro, Caye Caulker and Placencia in July, and the fantastic International Costa Maya Festival on Ambergris Caye in August, there’s plenty of merriment and culture to be had! And, if you’re looking for rest and relaxation, there’s a hammock on the beach just waiting for you!
During these months you’ll enjoy clear skies, warm weather and a chance of cool rain as the rainy season settles into the area. The tourism pace slows down a bit too, which makes visiting and exploring points of interest less busy…nothing like having a place to yourself.
No matter the time of year…each month brings special experiences to My Beautiful Belize!
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