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Title: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 02, 2013, 11:01:18 AM
Excited,!! just booked my ticket to Belize for my pre honeymoon vacation.

at the moment the plan is like this fly into Belize city take boat to caye cauker and or Ambergris Caye also considering Placencia there are no chain hotels to e found so will most probably end up booking with expdeia $50 coupons.

there doesnt seem to be any kosher / jewish in belize.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Shreknit on May 02, 2013, 11:07:35 AM
Excited,!! just booked my ticket to Belize for my pre honeymoon vacation.

at the moment the plan is like this fly into Belize city take boat to caye cauker and or Ambergris Caye also considering Placencia there are no chain hotels to e found so will most probably end up booking with expdeia $50 coupons.

there doesnt seem to be any kosher / jewish in belize.

I went to belieze in 2008 it was awesome we had to take a plane to a small island ill find out the name I have it at home and stayed in this awesome villas and go carted around town amazing place though would love to go back and see trip report.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Ergel on May 17, 2013, 01:45:06 PM
Excited,!! just booked my ticket to Belize for my pre honeymoon vacation.

at the moment the plan is like this fly into Belize city take boat to caye cauker and or Ambergris Caye also considering Placencia there are no chain hotels to e found so will most probably end up booking with expdeia $50 coupons.

there doesnt seem to be any kosher / jewish in belize.
do you have an itinerary? when are you going? how are you getting there? how much to the boats cost? how long do they take? what are you planning for shabbos?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 17, 2013, 02:41:57 PM
do you have an itinerary? when are you going? how are you getting there? how much to the boats cost? how long do they take? what are you planning for shabbos?
The current Itin is as follows
land in Belize city fly from Belize city to Caye Caulker via http://www.mayaislandair.com/home for ~$40 Per Person and seems to take 15-20 min flights from the municipal airport are much cheaper.
3 days later take boat from caye caulker to Ambergris Caye stay another 3 days, take boat back to bze ( I think  $10 Per person) and fly home from there.
Activities will mainly be diving and some cave exploring, haven't decided on any tour companies will probably do that when I arrive.

Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Ergel on May 17, 2013, 02:43:54 PM
The current Itin is as follows
land in Belize city fly from Belize city to Caye Caulker via http://www.mayaislandair.com/home for ~$40 Per Person and seems to take 15-20 min flights from the municipal airport are much cheaper.
3 days later take boat from caye caulker to Ambergris Caye stay another 3 days, take boat back to bze ( I think  $10 Per person) and fly home from there.
Activities will mainly be diving and some cave exploring, haven't decided on any tour companies will probably do that when I arrive.
going with wife? shabbos? what season?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on May 17, 2013, 03:54:07 PM
When I go to Belize I want to spend time in the mountains west of Belize city with a side trip to Tikal.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 19, 2013, 12:49:58 AM
I did a few days in Belize once.

Flew to Belize city, and took the water taxi to Caye Caulker. Stayed on Caye Caulker, in very cheap "hotel". 12.50 per night.

Did snorkeling around on the reef, booked while there on the island night before or even that morning. 42.50 for a day.

Bought fresh fish from fisherman, from his boat. Red snapper. Cooked on open fire at "hotel".

Drank Belize Travellers One Barrel Rum. A lot.

We were on the island for shabbos, and drank more rum and ate more fish. Be cognizant of techum shabbos, if you leave the settled area.

There is nothing jewish in Belize. Closest anything is in Guatemala.

Did the interior a bit also, jungle, etc. meh. Saw a toucan, but that was it. Would have been better to go to where the macaws hang out.

There is mad caving, but that is also inland. We were in some caves in our jungle hike.

Ask me anything.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 19, 2013, 01:57:57 AM
Awesome ! Would you say 6 days is to much for the islands should I go inland for a day or two?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 19, 2013, 08:35:03 AM
Awesome ! Would you say 6 days is to much for the islands should I go inland for a day or two?

I don't think it is too much. You can do some scuba, and some snorkeling, and just spend a day 100 feet offshore in a kayak, and shabbos rolling around drunk from rum.

We went inland bec we wanted to do some jungling and caving. It sounds like you wanted to do caving also. Is there caving on ambergis? I think the caves that Belize is famous for are way inland (I don't know where; max driving time is like 5 hours anywhere probably, so you'd need to research)
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on May 19, 2013, 09:10:25 AM
I don't think it is too much. You can do some scuba, and some snorkeling, and just spend a day 100 feet offshore in a kayak, and shabbos rolling around drunk from rum.

We went inland bec we wanted to do some jungling and caving. It sounds like you wanted to do caving also. Is there caving on ambergis? I think the caves that Belize is famous for are way inland (I don't know where; max driving time is like 5 hours anywhere probably, so you'd need to research)
My wife had a teacher from Belize who told that it's not a very safe place. Did you ever feel that way when you were there in the tourist areas?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Shreknit on May 19, 2013, 09:33:28 AM
My wife had a teacher from Belize who told that it's not a very safe place. Did you ever feel that way when you were there in the tourist areas?

Tourist areas weren't bad but we ventured out a little on our golf cart at night and there was quite a few criminals trying to sell us drugs.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 19, 2013, 12:20:13 PM
Kosher food in Belize.

There is no kosher food in Belize.

There are a few American products, which will be kosher, so you can buy chocolate, ice cream bars, maybe tuna fish.
Fresh fruit is really really cheap and delicious. Bananas, oranges, etc. Vegetables too. Prob not as cheap on the cayes as inland.
Fresh fish is cheap and delicious--wrap in aluminum foil with some spices and vegetables and throw on a fire.
There is no kosher bread--bring wraps.
We bought honey in a recycled beer bottle with a plastic cap shoved on top. Lots of stuff is sold that way. Hope you got your Hep-A vaccine :)
We bought a fresh blended fruit drink in a recycled soda bottle. Was good by itself, and also with rum.
The rum is mean good. You'll never switch back to water.
The water is not drinkable at all; you must drink bottled water.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 19, 2013, 12:24:02 PM
The Cayes.

There are two main islands tourists go to. Caye Ambergis and Caye Caulker.
Caye Ambergis is more expensive. Caye Caulker is cheaper.

I think both have an airport, so I don't know why you are flying to one and then boating. Also, we took the water taxi for like 10 bucks, and it was a very nice boat ride over and only took like an hour or maybe less.

I think there are nice enough places to stay on Caye Caulker, and you aren't eating out anyway, so I say you should go Caye Caulker. The nightlife is more authentic anyway. Have a few drinks on the beach, go to a grungy karaoke bar, sit on pier and watch pelicans. Then go to sleep.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 19, 2013, 12:34:04 PM
My wife had a teacher from Belize who told that it's not a very safe place. Did you ever feel that way when you were there in the tourist areas?

They have special tourist police whose job is to make it safe for tourists.

Inside tourist areas, felt completely safe. (we were 3 guys, but still).

Outside tourist areas, maybe a bit grungy. But not crazy. Didn't feel like a war zone at all.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 19, 2013, 12:35:16 PM
Mayan ruins.

Are inland, mostly near Guatemala. There's a city there, I forgot what it is called. They are pretty cool, but the coolest ones are across the border inside Guatemala.

Waterfalls. There are some really cool waterfalls in the jungle.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 19, 2013, 05:22:15 PM
Doing flight between the two because although both have airports there is no flight without going thru Belize city , plus I figured I want to experience both the flight and boat ride.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on May 20, 2013, 12:47:59 AM
How are you getting to Belize?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 20, 2013, 01:29:30 AM
Doing flight between the two because although both have airports there is no flight without going thru Belize city , plus I figured I want to experience both the flight and boat ride.

Not sure I get that. I was suggesting you either fly directly from BZE to san pedro, or take the water taxi directly from BZE to san pedro.

But if you've got it figured out and it makes sense to you, then cool.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 20, 2013, 01:42:38 PM
Not sure I get that. I was suggesting you either fly directly from BZE to san pedro, or take the water taxi directly from BZE to san pedro.

But if you've got it figured out and it makes sense to you, then cool.

Very simple I am doing BZE -(fly)> Caye Caulker -(boat)> Sand pedro -(Not Sure yet Prob Boat)> BZE

Staying Here (http://www.colindacabanas.com) on Caye Caulker
and Here (http://www.cayecasa.com/) in San Pedro

my trip route is currently EWR - MEX - SJO -SAL - BZE - IAH - EWR
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 20, 2013, 04:09:07 PM
Very simple I am doing BZE -(fly)> Caye Caulker -(boat)> Sand pedro -(Not Sure yet Prob Boat)> BZE

Staying Here (http://www.colindacabanas.com) on Caye Caulker
and Here (http://www.cayecasa.com/) in San Pedro

my trip route is currently EWR - MEX - SJO -SAL - BZE - IAH - EWR

I get it. You want to spend some time on Caye Caulker and some time on Ambergis. I thought you just were going to Ambergis.

Why do you want to switch islands? They both have the same activities.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 20, 2013, 04:25:42 PM
I get it. You want to spend some time on Caye Caulker and some time on Ambergis. I thought you just were going to Ambergis.

Why do you want to switch islands? They both have the same activities.
I figured caye caulker to be a little quieter and Ambergis to be more active and more interesting for shabbos.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 20, 2013, 04:28:59 PM
I figured caye caulker to be a little quieter and Ambergis to be more active and more interesting for shabbos.

Cute cheshbon.

Do you know yet where you're staying on both?

I did shabbos on caye caulker. Spent most of friday night drinking rum, and then most of shabbos day wandering around the island. After several hours, we were pretty bored. You can see crocodiles (or is it alligators) down by the garbage dump, so we started to walk there, but then decided it felt like we were getting far from the settled area and got worried about tchum.

So ambergis might have more place to wander on shabbos. Shabbos in nowhere is always a bit boring. Just make sure to not run out of rum.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 26, 2013, 02:51:40 AM
Just added this  (http://www.jetsetter.com/hotels/belize/cayo/1860/table-rock-jungle-lodge?nm=serplist&cl=5&ca=view-more) to the itinerary staying there for one night only.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: mordy44 on May 26, 2013, 10:55:28 PM
Just added this  (http://www.jetsetter.com/hotels/belize/cayo/1860/table-rock-jungle-lodge?nm=serplist&cl=5&ca=view-more) to the itinerary staying there for one night only.

How are you getting around?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on May 26, 2013, 10:55:57 PM
renting a car for the one day.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on May 27, 2013, 02:42:12 PM
Just added this  (http://www.jetsetter.com/hotels/belize/cayo/1860/table-rock-jungle-lodge?nm=serplist&cl=5&ca=view-more) to the itinerary staying there for one night only.

Nice!
Title: Belize
Post by: Becky101 on January 11, 2014, 11:32:04 PM
any body have any info on Belize travel
Title: Re: Belize
Post by: Fan of Dan on January 12, 2014, 12:01:47 AM
Welcome to the forums. Read this thread.

http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=28277.0
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on October 13, 2014, 12:42:06 AM
Off to Belize next week! Spending 2 days there, one off Caye Caulker to snorkel and dive / snorkel with the manta rays and nurse sharks (they are not dangerous for those who were wondering) and another day inland to tour the Tikal ruins in Guatemala.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: lunatic on November 05, 2014, 07:15:36 AM
Anybody ever stayed at the Radisson in Belize?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on November 05, 2014, 07:54:15 AM
Anybody ever stayed at the Radisson in Belize?

I wouldn't.  I'd wouldn't want to stay in the cities; I'd want to stay out on the Cayes. 
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: AJK on May 31, 2015, 07:07:39 PM
I wouldn't.  I'd wouldn't want to stay in the cities; I'd want to stay out on the Cayes.

Any particular reason not to stay at in the cities?

Thinking about booking Club Carlson BOGO at Radisson to dive the Blue Hole...

Anybody ever stayed at the Radisson in Belize?

How was? Any TR?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: lunatic on May 31, 2015, 07:17:51 PM
Any particular reason not to stay at in the cities?

Thinking about booking Club Carlson BOGO at Radisson to dive the Blue Hole...

How was? Any TR?
Didn't end up going. Doing cun instead,  tomorrow
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: AJK on May 31, 2015, 07:21:21 PM
Oops, meant to quote this :)

Off to Belize next week! Spending 2 days there, one off Caye Caulker to snorkel and dive / snorkel with the manta rays and nurse sharks (they are not dangerous for those who were wondering) and another day inland to tour the Tikal ruins in Guatemala.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 31, 2015, 10:47:15 PM
Any particular reason not to stay at in the cities?

Thinking about booking Club Carlson BOGO at Radisson to dive the Blue Hole...

How was? Any TR?

pm me

But it's really about what experience you want?

You want Caribbean island? Or third world city?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on June 01, 2015, 09:47:04 AM
AJK - don't stay in the cities - I beg you. Belize city is not the kind of city you will want to stay in. The areas in the city aren't that safe for tourists and unless you just stay in your hotel room it's not worth it. The Caye's have a great island vibe - no shoes, lots of beer and just really relaxed. Caye Caulker IIRC doesn't even have any cars just golf carts to get around.

What's your plan in terms of itinerary? Are you going inland? - you really should consider it if you have the time.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: AJK on June 01, 2015, 10:22:50 AM
AJK - don't stay in the cities - I beg you. Belize city is not the kind of city you will want to stay in. The areas in the city aren't that safe for tourists and unless you just stay in your hotel room it's not worth it. The Caye's have a great island vibe - no shoes, lots of beer and just really relaxed. Caye Caulker IIRC doesn't even have any cars just golf carts to get around.

What's your plan in terms of itinerary? Are you going inland? - you really should consider it if you have the time.

I value your opinion, and as such will stay away from the city :)

Just in the beginning stages of planning, nothing even remotely concrete yet. The one thing I really want to do, the impetus behind the trip, is to dive the great blue hole.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on June 01, 2015, 01:49:03 PM
I value your opinion, and as such will stay away from the city :)

Just in the beginning stages of planning, nothing even remotely concrete yet. The one thing I really want to do, the impetus behind the trip, is to dive the great blue hole.
I'm glad you trust my opinion - good judgment call  ;)

The blue hole is definitely a good reason to go - definitely a Mecca of sorts for divers! And a lot closer then Sipidan... I didn't make it there although I would like to return someday to dive there. Belize is a great county and they speak English which makes everything a lot easier.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: AJK on June 01, 2015, 01:54:14 PM
I'm glad you trust my opinion - good judgment call  ;)

The blue hole is definitely a good reason to go - definitely a Mecca of sorts for divers! And a lot closer then Sipidan... I didn't make it there although I would like to return someday to dive there. Belize is a great county and they speak English which makes everything a lot easier.

What did you end up doing while there? How long did you spend?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on June 01, 2015, 03:43:42 PM
What did you end up doing while there? How long did you spend?
I was there for 2.5 days - day 1 we hired a private charter to meet us in the airport and take us to Caye Caulker - was around 30 min or so by speedboat. We hung out there and then the charter took us diving in the Hol Chan marine reserve. We saw large schools of fish aside from the standard Moray eels etc. We dove through an underwater tunnel and enjoyed the great underwater scenery there. We then went to shark ray alley where we went snorkeling with nurse sharks while the guides were chumming in the water. They don't let diving at that site. Probably around 20 sharks all around us - many of them I would say were 10 ft. plus. We then went back to Caye Caulker to catch the sunset and walk around before being brought back to Belize city. The boat ride in the dark was really cool. IIRC we paid for the private charter around 300.We then drove from Belize city to San Ignacio.

Day 2 we went to Tikal in Guatemala - also paid a private driver to take us - really cool ruins all surrounded by the jungle. Huge pyramids and all. We also went to a couple of fishing villages in the area and watched people do laundry in the local lake. We then went back to our hotel for the night. I don't recall name of hotel but can look it up if you'd like.

Day 3 we went to the Belize zoo which has native Belize animals in the natural surrounding before flying home.

All in all it was a great trip and I would definitely recommend.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: AJK on June 01, 2015, 03:45:13 PM
Awesome.

Did you feel you had enough time at 2.5 days? Or would you recommend a bit longer?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on June 01, 2015, 10:51:17 PM
Awesome.

Did you feel you had enough time at 2.5 days? Or would you recommend a bit longer?
Ideally 4.5 days would do it - one more day would have allowed us to do cave tubing - some of the caves have tubing where you go down the river for a really long time in total black. We didn't have time for that. I would also have liked to have more time at Caye Caulker. 2.5 days definitely works but if possible try to get a bit more time there.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: solls108 on June 03, 2015, 09:22:28 PM
Anyone have a TR for Belize?
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: TimT on June 03, 2015, 09:37:25 PM
Anyone have a TR for Belize?
http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=195.msg385810#msg385810
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on June 03, 2015, 10:07:35 PM
Anyone have a TR for Belize?
http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=28277.msg495542#msg495542
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: CholentTheTraveler on August 04, 2015, 01:52:39 PM
Ok so didn't get the $210 from LAX return but got $325 for December. Any recommendations of hotels? Is it worth renting a car there?

TIA
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on August 04, 2015, 02:22:19 PM
Ok so didn't get the $210 from LAX return but got $325 for December. Any recommendations of hotels? Is it worth renting a car there?

TIA

No hotels. No car.

If doing the reef (diving, snorkeling) you should stay on one of the Cayes. Either Caye Ambergis, or Caye Caulker. Neither has real hotels, but Caye Ambergis is more commercialized.

If doing the jungle, ruins, caves, you should stay inland. No real hotels. 

Definitely don't stay in Belize City, which is the only place with real hotels, unless you're mainly interested in exploring third-world inner city.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: CholentTheTraveler on August 06, 2015, 11:00:49 AM
Definitely don't stay in Belize City, which is the only place with real hotels, unless you're mainly interested in exploring third-world inner city.
Flying out of Belize Sunday so still avoid the city for Shabbos?

Appreciate the input.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on August 06, 2015, 11:15:58 AM
Flying out of Belize Sunday so still avoid the city for Shabbos?

Appreciate the input.

I stayed on Caye Caulker for shabbos. It's like a half hour boat ride IIRC.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: E on August 06, 2015, 11:18:16 AM
Flying out of Belize Sunday so still avoid the city for Shabbos?

Appreciate the input.
[/quote]Id say yes, Caye Caulker I would say is better for shabbos, cleaner (in a belize way) than Ambergis and nicer for walking.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: CholentTheTraveler on December 22, 2015, 01:56:54 PM
So I just got back from 5 days in Belize and here is a quick run down of what activities we did etc. We arrived in Belize City Tuesday at 12:30 roughly and took a taxi to the water taxi and off to San Pedro. From there we took the Coastal Express to our hotel in Ambergis Caye. It took us to the pier where hotel staff waited with drinks and someone to help with the luggage. Wednesday we rented a golf cart and headed to San Pedro for some exploring (the roads are awful and flooded) but the kids had a great time. Drove half on beach and half on the road as allowed. Stopped off at some of the resorts for kids to play around (open policy) and grabbed a drink on the water at sunset.
Thursday my mil arrived and watched the kids while my wife and I headed out with http://www.amigosjungletours.com. We did the Mayan ruins followed by a really fun time zip-lining (through the jungle) and ended off with a chilled cave tubing down the river. Hotel took care of all travel arrangements as we stayed far north in San Pedro (stayed at La Beliza). Friday we headed to snorkeling which was really awesome (saw some sharks, turtles and dozens of different fish and rays). Afterwards we went to Shark Alley and swam with some nursing sharks (GoPro died right before we got there so no pics).
Shabbos we pretty much just chilled at the hotel and then headed back to the US. All in all a great trip.

If you plan on going please make sure you spray insect replant as you will be eaten alive out there. Belikin beer is not bad but pretty much as good as you will get there. Rum is cheap and plentiful.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Fan of Dan on December 23, 2015, 08:54:55 PM
Thanks for the report! Shame your gopro died by shark ray alley. Nice that you went in the water there and didn't just watch from the boat  :)
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Suave on May 09, 2017, 11:31:09 AM
10 likes for me to write a TR on my quick weekend trip to belize with photos.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on May 09, 2017, 11:49:06 AM
10 likes for me to write a TR on my quick weekend trip to belize with photos.

no.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: username on May 09, 2017, 02:16:58 PM
no.
After he posts it, you can always unlike. Sorta like refundables.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Denverite on May 10, 2017, 07:34:38 PM
After he posts it, you can always unlike. Sorta like refundables.

LOL and Suave you got your 10 likes so where's your TR?  ;D
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Suave on May 10, 2017, 08:04:12 PM
no.
Great, I will count that as a -1

Now we need 11 likes.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Denverite on May 10, 2017, 08:22:50 PM
Great, I will count that as a -1

Now we need 11 likes.

Ugg, I broke down and liked the post. You win.  ;D
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: Suave on May 25, 2017, 02:14:58 PM
Bit too busy now to write a full TR but checkout my photos of belize (http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=46164.msg1741867#msg1741867) in the meantime (Skip to Mobile friendly image sizes (http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=46164.msg1741872#msg1741872))
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: gsquared on March 19, 2018, 03:35:29 PM
FYI Chabad of Caye Caulker has just opened up a falafel shop.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: henche on March 19, 2018, 05:06:56 PM
FYI Chabad of Caye Caulker has just opened up a falafel shop.

Since when is there a chabad of caye caulker? When I went, the closest chabad was Guatemala.
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: gsquared on March 19, 2018, 06:32:20 PM
i guess about 6 months
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: saw50st8 on July 15, 2018, 09:02:10 AM
Does anyone have a recommendation of what hotel to stay at? I might be going for a long weekend (Th-M).
Title: Re: Belize Master Thread
Post by: refill on November 29, 2018, 05:17:44 PM
Looking for any AirBNB/hotel recommendations for Placencia, San Ignacio, Caye Caulker, or San Pedro.

Definitely avoiding Belize City after reading the thread haha.