Home to the world’s second-largest barrier reef, Belize offers the perfect marriage of beach bliss and adventure. Unsurprisingly, there are now dozens of reputable companies offering all-inclusive vacation packages for the ultimate stress-free getaway to this pocket of paradise.
Belize might be small, but it has plenty to say for itself: beach hopping, staggering biodiversity, ancient Maya ruins, you name it. In the past few years, dozens of online travel agents and booking platforms have caught on to the country’s charms and now offer cost-effective, pain-free packages. We recommend using a reputable online platform to help you with your search. These companies will usually have a high market share, which means travellers can guarantee the best prices. They might also offer more comprehensive cover and cancellation policies. To help you find the best deals, we’ve selected three of the best companies for finding Belize all-inclusive vacation packages. We’ve based these on customer feedback, reputation, prices and policies. For the best rates, we recommend visiting each website to get a good deal.
Expedia is one of the world’s largest and best-known travel booking platforms. The agency offers a full suite of booking services, including flights, hotels, cars and activities. For those looking to book the entire package at once, there are serious savings to be found. The “flight+stay” and the “flight+stay+car” packages offer reduced rates amounting to hundreds of dollars. Members can save an average of 15% on thousands of hotels with a yellow member price tag too. Property listings include a succinct description, a good range of pictures and a handy link to Expedia-created travel guides.
CheapCarribean.com offers rock-bottom prices for all-inclusive hotels in a wide range of Caribbean, Mexican, Central and South American destinations. At the time of writing, the website offers 12 all-inclusive packages to Belize, with flights from airports across the United States. You can filter results by the number of nights, airport, budget and dates. There’s a dedicated theme filter, which includes adults only, culture, dining, diving and family. Reviews are pulled from TripAdvisor, rather than written directly on the website, though staff visit every resort too, giving the descriptions some added credibility.
Adventures in Belize
This Belize-based business is ideal for those who would like to book their trip with help from a human, rather than a totally online experience. All agents live in Belize and the company’s reservation centre is located just outside the capital city. The website is very helpful, with at least two dozen properties listed at the time of writing. Your flight, hotel, meals and drinks are included in the price, which ranges from $150 to $1250 per night. There’s an excellent range of hotels to choose from, each catering to different budgets and tastes. While properties aren’t rated, each hotel must undergo a vetting process to appear on the website.