Getting to Belize is easy. There are airlines that make non-stop flights daily.
Airlines serving Belize are United, American, Delta and US Air.
The main gateway cities are Miami, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York.
Guests arriving in Belize land at the Phillip S. W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) on the mainland.
There you take a water taxi or a 15 minute commuter flight to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. Tropic Air serves San Pedro best. Call Tropic in the U.S. at 1-800-422-3435 or Fax 1-713-407-9754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will email you the particulars of the water taxi and commuter flight on request.
Upon arrival at the San Pedro Airport or water taxi terminals, taxis will be waiting to take you Seven Seas Resort. The resort will pay the taxi fare.
The Resort will also reconfirm your commuter and international flights back to your original destination free of charge. ……No waiting! No hassle!
Belize is a small English speaking country with a population of 350,000 with a stable government bordered by Mexico and Guatemala.
It has the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world running the length of the country and the diving is spectacular.
It is culturally diverse and you will find Maya, Garifuna, Creole, Mestizo and Mennonite along with many other nationalities.
Belizeans are a proud nation, proud of their country and its various cultures.
The municipal water supply is potable and drinkable but purified bottled drinking water is availale for the super cautious persons.
Currency is $2.00 BZ to $1.00 US. US dollars and Travelers checks are acceped by all merchants.
Malaria vaccinations are not required.
A valid passport is required for entry into the country. No visa is required by Americans, Canadians or citizens of any British Commonwealth nations.