BELIZE CRUISE EXCURSIONS (Belize City) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (2023)

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Lamanai Ruins and New River Tour

Jan 2023

This was not as advertised. Do not book this tour. The guide went so fast through the archeological site that very fit teens could not keep up--not to mention the less agile adults! The guide offered very little value added. He did not provide historical information on the site or on any of the buildings. He just wanted to rush and stay ahead of the big tour groups. We learned nothing about the buildings we saw, except to note on one where excavation occurred. The river trip was a high speed boat ride. We paused once to see a small crocodile, but did not even pause for a large one. Wildlife? What wildlife? We were traveling so fast we could not see anything. When I asked to slow down so we could see things, the guide ignored me--and it was just our family of five. This is not a good tour. /if you want to learn about the Mayan ruins or see wildlife, choose another tour.

Written 16 January 2023

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Janice K

3 contributions

Belize City By Carriage

Sep 2022 • Friends

We were excited for "Belize City By Horse and Carriage" through the town. The carriage was a metal cart that we had to stop and pump up the tires on as we went along with a hand pump. That would have been ok. But the poor horse!! It was very hot and humid. The horse was thin and was panting terribly. He also did not appear to have been groomed. After a while, I finally asked the driver if he didn't think the horse could use a drink of water. His reply was "He works today and can rest tomorrow." This really ruined the tour for me as I have horses myself.
I would recommend taking a van or a bus or some other mode of transportation. The driver know a lot of facts.

Written 25 September 2022

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Mendocino, California6 contributions

Belize Cruise Trips tour of Altun Ha and City

Dec 2021

Great tour of Altun Ha by Paul of Belize Cruise Trips. We felt this site was even more beautiful than Machu Picchu. Wonderful tour. Paul speaks very clear English and has deep knowledge of Mayan culture.
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Written 8 December 2021

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Germantown, MD7 contributions

Beautiful Rendezvous island!!! BELIZE

Oct 2019 • Family

How can anyone forget about WONDERS OF THE BARRIER REEF BELIZE!! Just been waiting back to go on cruise trip again if you have'nt being there , you better go you will NEVER NEVER regret it . Beautiful rendezvous island you can feel the white sand on your feet,the fresh breeze, especially the snorkeling from the beach they also have both beginning and advanced snorkelers group. You can take your kids , elder people , it is safe at all time. They have guides that help you en everything . You can also try the fresh coconut water🍈 very nice..can wait to go back....!!!!

Written 17 September 2020

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Kingdom Christmas Lights

Richmond, TX3 contributions

This place is magistical!

Feb 2020

If you haven't been there before, I would recommend hiring a personal guide to take you around the country. The driving is a little scary but the views and amazing people are priceless!

Written 30 August 2020

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Nanaimo, Canada6 contributions

(Video) Carnival excursion/ Belize City tour

City Tour

Mar 2020 • Friends

Michael Elliott was our tour guide. He gave us a wonderful tour of the city, & was very informative. We saw a mahogany tree & leaf. He went out of his way, to help us mail a parcel. Great tour!

Written 17 March 2020

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Hayward, United States5 contributions

Unsafe tender voyage to snorkeling Belize City

Mar 2020 • Couples

We took the snorkeling / all inclusive beach day at Belize City with Rhapsody of the Seas. When we boarded the tender I was a bit worried. Didn't see the usual coast guard required notices. Like where the life vests were located. The tender itself was a 2 story catamaran vessel. It looked very dilapidated. We got underway and shortly after passengers reported there was no toilet paper in the head. About 10 minutes into the trip one of the engines failed. For the remainder of the trip the vessel limped into our destination. When we arrived they told us they would send a different tender for our return. We were then rushed to grab equipment that clearly had not been sanitized ( Corona virus is a concern). We brought sanitizer so we we proceeded to clean the equipment we were using. We barely had time to remove our outer clothes and rinse the equipment before we figured out the snorkeling tour was getting underway. The your itself was nice as was the staff. The lunch served was meh. We were surprised that the decided they had repaired our tender and we could take it back to the ship. Well it ran for about 5 minutes and the engine failed again. 90 minutes later we limped to the ship. We missed the last chance to take a tender to Belize City for a quick shopping trip. We sign up for cruise sponsored excursions primarily for convenience and safety. RC's cavalier attitude towards safety of their passengers is shocking.

Written 11 March 2020

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Debbie F

Clearwater18 contributions

Misleading Ads foe this Excursion

Mar 2020

this was part 2 of an excursion we took from MSC Meraviglia. It was the second half of a very long excursion. They advertised once at the zoo, you would see all these different types of animals & could hold & interact with some monkeys and birds. We were also suppose to see toucans, which we never did. Never got to interact with any monkeys or birds either, that was not even mentioned by tour guide. Would not recommend the Howler Monkey Sanctuary & Belize Zoo Tour. Over priced and too long.

Written 9 March 2020

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Rocklin, CA200 contributions

Spectacular Snorkel at Rendezvous Caye with Lunch - via Carnival

Feb 2020

My wife and I went last Tuesday, 2/18/2020 with my elderly father. We found the description to be pretty accurate we just don't think it was worth the money.

Belize is a tender port so they will pick you up directly at the ship. Think small ferry. It's about an hour boat ride to the island. There's no entertainment on the boat, not even music though once you get close they will talk about Belize for 15 minutes. They tell you to sit down. There are no drinks, etc. This is true coming back and that's half the excursion.

Once on the island they break you down into groups based on experience and # of people. That was all fine and pretty typical. Then you walk into the water and snorkel around. Once done you get food, which honestly was more than we thought from reading earlier reviews though would never be confused with abundant. Then you have maybe 30 minutes before it's time to line up and leave. You see, after dropping you off the ferry does a round-trip to pick up the next set of guests. When they arrive you leave ;)

The snorkeling wasn't great the day we went but there was enough reef for it to have potential. Still, you're probably better off booking an excursion that takes you to a reef to snorkel and then takes you on a beach drop.

Written 26 February 2020

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Kylie G

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Jul 2019 • Family

We went this summer and we went to see the mayan temples and cave tubing and we had wentworth as our personal guid and he made our day so happy we had him totally recommend him and this company

Written 16 February 2020

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Do you need an excursion in Belize? ›

Belize is one of those ports where you will definitely need to book an excursion. Outside of a handful of shops at the port, there's really nothing to do and quite frankly, the city isn't safe to explore on your own. In order to truly experience how magnificent Belize is, you'll have to get out of the city.

Where do cruise ships dock in Belize City? ›

Belize City's cruise port terminal is located at Belize's Tourism Village. The cruise ships anchor in the bay of Belize, because near the coast the water is shallow. Passengers are tendered to Belize City cruise port terminal via high-speed boats (approx 20 min ride).

What are the best excursions in Belize reddit? ›

Excursions and places to visit would include:
  • San Pedro and/or Caye Caulker.
  • Snorkeling in the reefs (Hol Chan Marine)
  • Belize City.
  • Placencia.
  • Cockscomb / Jaguar reserve.
  • ATM cave.
  • Tikal (Guatemala)
Nov 8, 2022

Why can the cruise ships not dock at the Belize port because it is a tender port? ›

Cruise ships do not dock in Belize City port. Because the Caribbean Sea waters are too shallow by the port, cruise ships anchor around 2 miles from the coast and large boats operated by local authorities transfer passengers to the Fort Street Tourism Village. The tender operation typically takes around 20 minutes.

How much do you tip for excursions in Belize? ›

How much to tip in Belize. Typically, tourists in Belize tip 10% on average and 20% for exceptional service. For example, if you spent $80 USD on a tour, I would tip $10 USD (or $20 BZD) to your guide. And if you have multiple guides taking you around, just tip the “main guide” and tell them to share it with the others ...

Do you need a passport to get off a cruise ship in Belize? ›

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

You must have a U.S. passport valid for the length of your stay, proof of an onward or return ticket, and sufficient funds to cover the cost of the length of stay.

How far is the beach from Belize cruise port? ›

2. Best Belize Cruise Port Beaches –Goff's Caye. Goff's Caye is a 1.5-acre island 30 minutes from the Belize City cruise port by boat. It is uninhabited, and the Belize Coastal Zone Management Authority manages this tiny, dynamically-shifting island, limiting visitors to 150 to 200 at a time.

Can you swim in the ocean in Belize? ›

In Belize, all beachfront is public. This does not include beach furniture or toys, but you can swim at any of the beaches you find on the island.

Can you walk around Belize City? ›

Belize City is very walkable, as long as you are prepared to walk through some of the sketchier parts of the city. It is a relatively small city, and most things are within a mile and a half of each other.

What is the most beautiful part of Belize? ›

1. Ambergris Caye. Ambergris Caye is the top place to go for visitors to Belize, with the vibrant town of San Pedro the beating heart of this unique island. This colorful caye has hotels ranging from budget to luxe, and classic Caribbean activities like snorkeling and sailing.

What is the most interesting thing about Belize? ›

Belize Facts that May Surprise You:
  • Was colonized by Great Britain. ...
  • National Animal is the Tapir. ...
  • Has UNESCO World Heritage Site. ...
  • English is the official language. ...
  • 103 Protected Areas.

What is tender required on a cruise? ›

Tendering is the process in which a cruise ship anchors offshore and smaller boats are used to transport passengers from the ship to shore. If there is no pier that can accommodate a cruise ship's size in a particular port, tendering is required. The boats used for tendering are typically the ship's lifeboats.

Can you stay on a cruise ship when it docks? ›

Can I stay onboard the ship while in port? Absolutely! Whatever the reason, you're in no way obligated to disembark a cruise ship while visiting a port of call. Mosts guests choose to get off in most cases, but they may do so at different times, for different amounts of time, and some won't get off at all.

Can you get off a cruise ship when it docks? ›

Depending on the depth of the water and the available infrastructure at the port you're visiting, your ship will either dock at a pier or anchor offshore. If your ship is docked, you'll be able to simply walk off the vessel directly onto dry land via a movable ramp called a gangway.

Should I bring cash to Belize? ›

It's always advisable to bring money in a variety of forms on a vacation: a mix of cash, credit cards, debit cards, and, occasionally, traveler's checks. The Belize dollar, abbreviated BZ$, is the official currency of Belize.

How much cash should I carry in Belize? ›

We recommend you bring a combination of US cash - a few $50's with the majority in small denominations such as $20's, $10's, $5's, and a few $1's. We also strongly recommend you separate your cash so you are not carrying it all in the same place. Tipping is customary in our industry.

Can I tip in US dollars in Belize? ›

Generally, anything you would tip in the USA will work in Belize especially since the US note is accepted countrywide. Although there are a couple of upscale jungle lodges that are all-inclusive and don't allow tipping since it's all covered in the package, most hotels & restaurants do not reject tips to staff.

What money should I bring to Belize? ›

If you're traveling from the US to Belize, you're in luck: just bring your US dollars with you! The Belize Dollar may be the official currency of Belize, but it's pegged to the US dollar on a 2:1 ratio, and the two are used interchangeably.

What is the travel etiquette in Belize? ›

Belizeans generally are incredibly kind and friendly. Greet folks with a "Good morning" before asking for directions, for a table in a restaurant, or when entering a store or museum, for example. It will set a positive tone and you'll be received much more warmly for having done so. Don't take pictures inside churches.

Do you need travel vaccines for Belize? ›

Courses or boosters usually advised: Tetanus. Other vaccines to consider: Hepatitis A; Rabies. Selectively advised vaccines - only for those individuals at highest risk: Hepatitis B. No yellow fever vaccination certificate required for this country.

How long does it take to get through customs in Belize? ›

How long does it take to clear the Customs/Immigration area? It can take between 30 minutes to an hour to clear the Customs/Immigration area. Here is a bit of useful information for those new to the airport: Once a passenger has landed in Belize, they will first clear through Immigration.

Do you take your passport on shore excursions? ›

Should you take your passport with you on shore excursions? No, you shouldn't bring your passport, unless your tour requires it. We recommend bringing your driver's license as a form of ID instead.

What documents do you need for a cruise? ›

Documents needed for cruisers to board a ship
  • Identification. ...
  • Boarding passes. ...
  • Health information. ...
  • Visas and other destination-specific documents. ...
  • Cruise line luggage tags. ...
  • Permission to travel. ...
  • Other travel information. ...
  • Emergency contacts.
Mar 28, 2023

What is the prettiest beach in Belize? ›

The Placencia Peninsula boasts the best beach in Belize, hands down. It is huge, extending for miles. Placencia, or “Pleasant Point,” is a long spit of sand extending finger-like into the calm, protected waters inside of the Belize Barrier Reef.

How long is boat ride from Belize City to Ambergris Caye? ›

Getting To Ambergris Caye By Boat

501/223-2225), with the latter offering more daily departures between Belize City and Ambergris Caye, a 75-minute ride that costs US$14.50-20 one-way, or Caye Caulker, a 45-minute ride costing US$9.50-15. Both carry free Wi-Fi on the boat.

How much is a water taxi from Belize City to Ambergris Caye? ›

$30.50 USD ONLY! Book your water taxi tickets from Belize City to San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye. The ferry ride takes about 1.5 hrs one way.

Do you get crocodiles in Belize? ›

Morelet's crocodile, also known as the Belize crocodile, is a relatively medium-sized species found only in fresh waters of the Atlantic regions of Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala. Adult males average 3 metres (9.8 feet) in length. The snout is quite broad for a crocodile.

What is Belize known for? ›

Belize is known for its pristine jungles and rainforests

These moist, forested regions serve as the home of jaguars, tapirs, crocodiles, ocelots, more than 500 species of birds, and thousands of flowers.

Are there sharks around Belize? ›

More than 350 species of sharks can be found in the waters of Belize. Here are some highlights: Placencia (Southern Belize) – Black tip sharks, Bull sharks, Lemon sharks, Nurse sharks, Reef shark, Hammerheads (occasional), Whale Sharks: March, April, May, and June, at Gladden Spit Marine Reserve.

Is it safe to walk around Belize City at night? ›

Be aware of your surroundings. Avoid walking or driving at night.

How difficult is the ATM cave in Belize? ›

Some parts are difficult, but most of the cave is easy.

Doing the ATM Cave adventure in Belize is generally easy, and you can do it even if you are not an athlete, as highlighted in number 1 of our things you need to know before doing the ATM Cave in Belize.

Is Belize City worth seeing? ›

Whether you want to explore ancient Maya cities, snorkel and scuba dive on the gorgeous Belize Barrier Reef, relax to the gentle rhythms of Caribbean life, hike through unspoiled rainforests, canoe down jungle rivers, or eat fresh-caught seafood, then Belize is the place for you.

Where not to stay in Belize? ›

Avoid non-essential travel to the south side of Belize City, south of the Haulover Creek River, due to gang and drug-related violence, including murders and shootings.

What is the hottest month in Belize? ›

Quick Climate Info
Hottest MonthAugust (83 °F avg)
Coldest MonthJanuary (75 °F avg)
Wettest MonthOctober (5.33" avg)
Windiest MonthApril (9 mph avg)
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Where to avoid in Belize City? ›

South Side of Belize City: The southern part of Belize City has a long history of being a dangerous neighborhood. It's best to avoid this area since gangs rule the streets. Western Border of Belize: The region is used by drug and people smugglers as a passageway, so be prepared for potentially dangerous encounters.

What is one of the most famous dishes from Belize? ›

Rice and Beans

Rice and Beans is the national dish of Belize. It usually includes a protein with potato salad or coleslaw and fried plantain. For protein, you can have stew chicken/ beef/ pork or BBQ chicken/ beef/ pork.

What are unique foods of Belize? ›

8 Unusual and Exotic Foods enjoyed in Belize
  • Cow Foot Soup. Yes, the star of the dish really is cows' feet (hooves not included). ...
  • Pigtail. Salt-brined pigtail is the go-to for flavoring everyday favorites such as stewed beans. ...
  • Chimole. ...
  • Bukut. ...
  • Gibnut. ...
  • Seaweed Shake. ...
  • Breadfruit. ...
  • Chicken Feet.

What are 3 interesting facts about Belize? ›

Belize has around 900 Mayan sites.
  • The islands in Belize are called Cayes (pronounced “keys”) and total around 450 including those on the outer atolls. ...
  • Belize has its own version of Big Foot/Sasquatch, called El Sisimito. ...
  • The tallest building in Belize is a Mayan temple!
Jul 24, 2013

Do I need to take cash on a cruise ship? ›

Here's the short answer: You don't actually need any cash when on a cruise ship. Most cruise lines operate on a cashless system. This allows you to pay for any and all of your onboard charges using your room key rather than bringing extra cash.

Do customs check cruise ships? ›

When your cruise ship arrives at its disembarkation port, local immigration officials need to clear the ship before anyone can disembark. Ships that terminate in U.S. ports may require passengers to fill out Customs forms and show their passports to border control in the cruise terminal.

Can you spend cash on a cruise ship? ›

Cruise ships do not accept cash onboard because all onboard purchases are charged to passengers personal cruise accounts. Cruise accounts are usually connected to a credit or debit card which is much easier for the cruise lines to process.

Can you drink on cruise ship while in port? ›

Policy – No alcohol may be taken aboard at embarkation, and alcohol purchased in port or at the ship's duty-free shop will be held and returned at the end of the cruise. Policy – Wine and champagne are allowed onboard. No beer or spirits may be taken onboard for consumption.

How long can I stay on a cruise ship after it docks? ›

The time range is between 15 minutes to over one hour to leave. The reason is primarily due to the number of guests and immigration. When thousands of people want to leave simultaneously, cruise ships unload guests in groups according to where their cabins are located to keep things orderly.

Do you have to pay to get off a cruise ship at a port? ›

Just as you have to pay your base cruise fare, you also have to pay port charges and taxes. These are necessary even if you don't actually get off the ship when the ship's docked at a port of call.

What time do you leave a cruise ship? ›

On the final morning of a cruise experience in most countries all guests must leave the ship before the guests joining the next cruise can board. In most environments the latest time to leave the vessel will be between 10:00am and 11:00am.

Can I get off the cruise ship at and not get back on? ›

The vast majority of passengers simply sail their normal cruise itinerary. But can you just get off the ship and return home on your own terms? The answer is yes, but there are some major complications (and laws) that should be considered.

What is the best way to travel around Belize? ›

The best ways to get around Belize are by car, water taxi and plane. Taxis and rental cars are the most hassle-free mode of transportation around Belize City. Cabs and cars are also the easiest way to get to and from Belize City's Municipal Airport (TZA) just outside the city center or Philip S.W.

How many days is enough in Belize? ›

A week is a good amount of time to experience Belize's incredible culture and scenery. You can do some wildlife spotting plus visit cascading waterfalls and jade rivers that snake through tropical rainforests. Other highlights include trips to ancient Maya ruins that rival those in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.

Is Belize walkable? ›

Bikes are available for rent from several local shops, and they're a great way to explore the town at a leisurely pace. In conclusion, San Pedro, Belize is generally a walkable town. Most of the main attractions are located within walking distance of each other, and the main streets are well-paved and easy to walk on.

How many days do you need to visit Belize? ›

Whether one week in Belize might feel too short or too long for you, 7 days and 6 nights allow for just enough time to see many of the country's main tourist attractions. This includes staying at Belize's most popular beach and jungle destinations.

Is it better to use cash or card in Belize? ›

Most businesses in Belize accept credit cards, and credit cards are generally the safest way to make purchases while you're traveling. Only in Belize's smaller villages will you find businesses that only accept cash.

What is the best area to stay in Belize? ›

The most popular destination in Belize is Ambergris Caye, followed by Caye Caulker. Other popular cayes include Tobacco Caye, South Water Caye and Glover's Reef. On Belize's coast, Hopkins and Placencia are the most visited seaside destinations, both having beautiful beaches and unique cultural attractions.

How much cash do I need for a week in Belize? ›

💰 Belize 1-Week Trip Cost: 2023 Travel Expense Breakdown. The only English-speaking country in Central America, Belize is an expensive country that can be visited with a budget of $60 to $200 a day. My 1-week trip to Belize cost a total of $1,923. Here, I share my Belize travel expenses, cost per day and budgeting tips ...

What month is best for Belize? ›

The best time to visit Belize is during the dry season, which is between January and May. Although you can enjoy warm temperatures across the country, the type of weather you get will depend on the region. Expect clear, sunny days in the Cayo District and on the Cayes.

What kind of money do you need in Belize? ›

The official currency for Belize is the Belize Dollar (BZD; symbol BZ$). The exchange rate is approximately Bz$2 to US$1 and currency can be exchanged at most banks and hotels. ATMs in Belize generally do accept foreign cards.

What should I be careful of in Belize? ›

Country Summary: Violent crime – such as sexual assault, home invasions, armed robberies, and murder – are common even during daylight hours and in tourist areas. A significant portion of violent crime is gang related.

Is Belize City safe for cruise passengers? ›

Cruise Passenger Safety in belize city

Belize does have issues with crime. ALWAYS travel in groups, or go to places where there are large crowds of tourists when you are in Belize, and this includes when you visit places that appear to be well guarded (such as the Mayan ruins).

Is Costa Rica or Belize better? ›

Compared to Belize, Costa Rica is a much better destination for eco-tourism. Nearly 30% of the country's tropical rainforests, beautiful beaches, and mountain terrains are protected in national parks.

How much does it cost per day in Belize? ›

Belize Budget. The average Belize trip costs around $100 USD/day for each person. This cost goes up significantly if you plan on doing full day excursions or tours like we did. Our Belize trip cost us about $400USD/day for two people.

What is cave tubing Belize? ›

Cave tubing in Belize is a surreal experience that immerses you in the ancient Mayan underworld as you travel back in time and explore dark caves and tunnels while floating on a tube.


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