Belize is the only English-speaking nation in Central America, with one foot in the jungle and the other in the Caribbean Sea. Many visitors to Belize are beachgoers and divers, and it's no mystery why – Belize’s Barrier Reef is the second largest in the world, and home to more than 100 types of coral, 500 species of tropical fish, whale sharks, turtles, and rays. Still, there's more to this pint-sized country than its undersea treasures.

Hidden inland are relics of one of history's most mysterious civilizations – the ancient Maya. Descend into natural caves, explore the depths of the Blue Hole, discover ancient archeological sites, or just indulge in some beach time. Belize is the perfect place to do anything, or nothing at all.