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Pop & Sip is here to jump start your day!

Tati’s Cold Brew from Pop & Sip is a tasty new product that has hit the market in Belize. Two wonderful women are behind this proud Belizean product, and we had to find out more about their venture. Learn why Tati, and what drives Dora and Monica to ensure that your iced coffee expectations are met deliciously!

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Missing Belize? Let’s remember together!

If you have fond memories of your travels at any destination across Belize, please share a picture of your Belizean vacation to [email protected] with a short caption describing the image. We will share it on our social media page with the hashtag #dreamingofbelize. Let us remember our great Belizean adventures together while planning for the day when once again, we can explore My Beautiful Belize.

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Play castaway on a Sandbar!

For an intimate getaway that provides all the island basics: sand, sun, sea, and now with new protocols: social distancing – try a Sandbar adventure!

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COVID-19 Update for Travellers

In an effort to keep all travellers to Belize informed, we are providing the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 below. We do invite you to consider postponing, rather than cancelling your vacation, and visiting our beautiful jewel in the near future when these restrictions are reduced.

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The Artist of the Day, Joanna Magana

Born in Corozal Town in 1980, an only child, Joanna enjoyed the attention and care of her mother and grandparents. From very early in her life, Joanna showed interest in the expressive arts. During her years at primary school, she was very much involved in drama and dance presentations. She met an outstanding educator by the name of Mr. Sotero Cruz who became a mentor and an inspiring force behind Joanna’s artistic and academic abilities.

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Tourism in Belize to begin via phased re-opening

Belize’s newest “Tourism Gold Standard” Recognition Program for hotels, restaurants and tour operators is a 9-point program to enhance the tourism industry’s health and safety standards by adapting new behaviours and procedures

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Artist of the Day – Alex Jordon Howard

Alex’s dancing roots was with the Nu Generation Dance Company (NGDC), which was Belize’s premiere Hip Hop company. There, he quickly became a lead dancer. Alex was with the NGDC for over 5 years.

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Artist of the Day – David Matus

David A. Matus is a carnival costume designer who has been in the Belize Carnival scene for over 23 years. He has created countless costume designs to represent Belize both locally and internationally, in carnivals, and in pageantry.

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Artist of the Day – Ernestine Carballo

Ernestine Carballo is one of Belize’s most recognized and awarded Soca artists. She has won the Soca Category of the National Song Competition in 2018 with her song “I Love You Soca”, in 2017 with “On the Road”, in 2015 with “Till Di Sun Come Up”, and 2011 with “Carnival Is Here”. She is responsible for the Carnival Road March Song of 2010 and 2011, has won Artist of the Year 2011 and 2012, the Break Out Tune of 2010 and 2011, Best Soca Artist of 2011/2012, Best Soca Song of 2011-2012 and Honoree of 2011/ 2012. Female Artist & Performer of 2015/2016, and Carnival Song Champion of 2015/2016. In 2018, Ernestine performed at the 3 days “September Festival Weekend” in Belize Featuring Beenie Man, Alison Hinds, and Nailah Blackman. She has also been a featured artist for MUSIC WEEK held by the “Office of The Music Ambassador”.

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The Artist of the Day, Maryam Abdul-Qawiyy

Ms. Maryam Abdul-Qawiyy is an international writer, performance artist, renaissance woman and yoga instructor. She is multifaceted and engages in various artistic fields, attributing this to her passion for creative expression.

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The Artist of the Day, Felene Cayetano

Felene Cayetano is an author, mother, publisher, librarian, and editor. Her migration from Belize to Los Angeles at the age of 9 was a key factor that led her to writing poetry in primary school before easing into writing short stories. This love of writing was balanced by a love of reading which gave her the vocabulary to voice her experiences and an appreciation for libraries.

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