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If You Go – Belize


Travel to Belize requires a U. S. passport that is valid through your departure date. Tourist visits of up to 30 days do not require a visa. An exit fee of $35 US is charged upon departure and collected in US dollars. The official language is English and the currency exchange rate is $2 BLZ to $1 US.


Delta has regular flights to Belize City from Hartsfield Jackson Int’l Airport. Check their schedule and fares at www.delta.com

Flights to San Pedro from Belize City are on small prop planes and are run by Maya Air and Tropic Air. Cost is usually less than $130 R/T. If you book a stay at Mata Rocks, they will handle R/T booking for you. Just give them your fight info and they’ll handle the rest.


Mata Rocks Resort

Offering 11 rooms and 6 Junior Suites all with cable TV, A/C, mini fridges, wireless internet and free continental breakfast.
Room rates from $110 -$210 per night, dble occupancy and dependent on the season. Christmas holiday season a little higher. Packages available.


Wild Mangoes. One of the best restaurants on the island, by far. Award winning Chef Amy does wonders with fresh local ingredients. Not to be missed! In San Pedro open from 11am – 11pm Tel: 226.2859


Never a problem in Belize. Book with Elito and Rebecca Arceo and you will have a wonderful adventure no matter what trip you choose. Extensive itineraries available. They run an efficient and friendly tour business that you’ll wish you could take with you on all your vacations.

Seaduced by Belize – www.seaducedbybelize.com

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