BELIZE DISTRICT - Things To Do
THINGS TO DO - Belize City
Belize District - Belize City
Belize City is the former capital of Belize. It now remains as the district with the largest population and also one of the main point of entry by means of the international airport or cruise ship terminal. Belize City also has the largest concentration of shopping centers, conference facilities and hotels.
San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi - San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi's frequent and reliable schedule will provide you with a quick and enjoyable trip through the Caribbean Sea to your destination. Their professional services will ensure your satisfaction and put your mind at ease.
Philip Goldson International Airport (PGIA) - The PGIA is Belize’s only international airport located 10 miles from Belize City in Ladyville, Belize District. It is owned by the Government of Belize and Belize Airports Authority and operated by the Belize Airport Concession Company Limited under a Concession Agreement.
Ladyville - Ladyville is the largest village in the country of Belize. Located on the north end of the Belize River, eight miles northwest of Belize City, consists of broadleaf lowland forests and marshlands with creeks, ponds and mangrove forest along the coast. The Phillip Goldson highway cuts through the village.
Belize City - Belize City is the former capital of Belize. It now remains as the district with the largest population and also one of the main point of entry by means of the international airport or cruise ship terminal. Belize City also has the largest concentration of shopping centers, conference facilities and hotels.
Through the bustling city, you can still enjoy scenic views of the Caribbean sea or explore the historical archaeological site, Altun Ha.
Burrell Boom - Burrell Boom is tranquil and charming village that lies on the Belize River, twenty miles above Belize City. This village was founded in the 18th century. Its name is taken from the iron chains, "booms," that loggers would extended across the river to trap the mahogany logs that were sent from further upriver. Today, you can still see the chains and anchors displayed in the Burrell Boom Park. This historic village is passed by visitors that are on their way to the Community Baboon Sanctuary.
Hattieville - Hattieville is a village in the Belize District of the nation of Belize. The location of the village was initially a place of refuge after hurricane Hattie wreaked havoc in Belize in 1961. Many residents living in Belize City were left homeless and had to evacuate. Many of those who moved to the area ended up staying permanently and established what is known as Hattieville today.