NORTHERN BELIZE
POPULATION90,000
ANNUAL RAINFALL50
CLAIM TO FAMELARGEST CASINO IN CENTRAL AMERICA
Less traveled than some of the other sections of Belize, the northern portion of the country is more readily accessible through Cancun. Its two districts, Corozal and Orange Walk, offer visitors everything from ancient ruins, to jungles, to small eclectic fishing villages and of course beautiful coastline.
Check out the impressive ruins at Lamanai via guided river tour, explore the remains of Santa Rita—an ancient Mayan town, or simply relax by the water and do a little fishing if you so choose. This area has something for everyone, and because it isn’t quite as populated as the south part of the country, prices do tend to be quite affordable in this region.
  • SARTENEJA

    A small seaside village, Sarteneja is a great base for visiting most of the key sites of Northern Belize. As it was and still is a fishing town, visitors can see traditions that live on today, such as the art of wood sailboat building.

  • COROZAL

    Corozal Bay is one of the big draws when it comes to this town. Crystal blue waters attract those who long to visit Belize for its fishing, boating, swimming, sailing and snorkeling. Not to mention, the area is home to some of the best Mexican influenced restaurants in Belize.

  • RIO BRAVO CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT AREA

    With over a quarter of a million acres, this area is perhaps the country’s wildest. Among the exotic species that live here: river turtles, the yellow-headed parrot and crocodiles. Guided tours are available and recommended in order to see all of the best wildlife the park has to offer.

VEBO EXPERIENCES IN NORTHERN BELIZE