Regions of Belize
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Ambergris Caye is a renowned fishing destination for fly fishing, deep sea fishing, and reef fishing. Snorkeling and diving is also a very popular activity as Ambergris Caye is bordered by the second largest barrier reef in the world.
The Belize district was the first district settled by Europeans. They developed estates along the rivers and creeks because these waterways were their transportation highways.
Just a few miles from Ambergris, Caye Caulker is often called her “Little Sister” – and it makes perfect sense.
Cayo is located in the western side of the country of Belize. The capital is the town of San Ignacio. The Cayo district is the largest in Belize and borders Guatemala.
The Corozal district is the northernmost district of the nation of Belize. The district capital is Corozal Town. The district also includes the villages of Buena Vista, Little Belize, Progresso, and others.
Morgan’s Caye is an island paradise with its own natural lagoon in the middle. It is located just a few miles from Belize City and is part of Belize’s famous coral reef system — the second largest in the world.
North Saddle Caye
North Saddle Caye, situated approximately 45 minutes ENE of the very popular, Placencia Village, is a private island Paradise that has been fully developed, with all the comforts and amenities of a Luxury Estate.
Orange Walk is located in the northwest, and its capital is Orange Walk Town. This is the second largest district and lies between the Belize and Corozal districts to the east, Mexico to the north, and Guatemala to the west.
St George Caye
St. George’s Caye is conveniently located just 8 miles NE of Belize City and is a 15 minute boat ride from the Princess Hotel Pier in Belize City.
Stann Creek district is located in the southeast region of Belize. Located within the district are the port of Big Creek and the peninsula and village of Placencia.
Toledo is the southernmost district in Belize and Punta Gorda is the district capital. It features some of the most pristine rainforests, extensive cave networks, coastal lowland plains, and off shore cayes.
Turneffe Atoll is located 20 Miles from Belize City and is one of 3 atolls of the Belize Barrier Reef.