• From Europe There are no direct flights from Europe to Belize. However, since Iberia, Avianca – Taca Airlines have an... VIEW

    There are no direct flights from Europe to Belize. However, since Iberia, Avianca – Taca Airlines have an agreement of shared code, thanks to the connection between both airlines it is easy to get to this paradise. If you are looking for a more direct route, fly to El Salvador on Iberia and take TACA Airlines from there to Belize.

    There are many more flights from Europe to Central America where internal connections with Avianca Taca Airlines will get you here, or else, if you prefer, you can travel by ship or motor coach.

     

    Flights from Europe:

     

    Iberia Airlines: flies to four Central American countries:

     

    - To Costa Rica: daily

    - To Panamá: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays

    - To Guatemala and El Salvador: a triangular flight on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

     

    To consult schedules and prices, visit www.iberia.com

     

    KLM: flies from Amsterdam to Panama City every day.

    To consult schedules and prices, visit www.klm.com.

     

     

    Condor: flies from Frankfurt to Costa Rica Mondays and Thursdays.

    To consult schedules and prices, visit www.condor.com

     

     

     

     

    Avianca Taca Airlines:  has daily flights with frequent departures connecting the region’s seven countries offering excellent service.

    To consult schedules and prices, visit www.aviancataca.com

     

     

     

     

    Travelling through the USA: There are divers companies that fly to Belize, including Continental (www.continental.com) and Delta Airlines (www.delta.com) through Houston, Atlanta or Miami.

     

  • From CentroAmerica Travel is easily available from Belize to the all of the Central American countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala... VIEW

    Travel is easily available from Belize to the all of the Central American countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panamá).
     

    Air:

    There are daily flights with frequent departures for all seven of the region’s countries, offering excellent service.

    Tropic Air: has flights connecting Belize with Guatemala City and Flores (Guatemala).

    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website at: www.tropicair.com

    Avianca Taca Airlines: has daily flights with frequent departures for all seven of the region’s countries, offering excellent service.

    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website at: www.aviancataca.com

    Ferries:

    You can travel by ferry from Belize to Guatemala and Honduras, on daily sailings to both countries.

    If you want to go from Belize to Guatemala, there is a small ferry (Requena´s charter taxi: http://www.belizenet.com/requena/) leaving daily from the Costumbrews docks at 9 am bound from Punta Gorda (Belize) to Puerto Barrios (Guatemala).

    To travel from Belize to Honduras, you have the option of ferry D- express, which sails every Friday from Placencia (Belize) to Puerto Cortés (Honduras).

    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website at: www.belizeferry.com

    If you are leaving from Belize City, there is a ferry leaving every Saturday to Puerto Cortés (Honduras).

    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website at:  http://www.prideofbelize.com/

    A small ferry (“Nesymein Neydy") sails daily from Dangriga for Puerto Cortés (Honduras).

    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website at: http://belizetohonduraswatertaxi.com/

    By land:

    One possibility is to travel by motor coach. You may choose from several companies offering transportation to other Central American countries.

    Fuente del Norte: This company connects the country to Guatemala City, San Salvador (El Salvador) and San Pedro Sula (Honduras).
    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website at@  http://grupofuentedelnorte.com/

     

    Línea Dorada: This Company offers transport between Belize and Flores (Guatemala).

    To consult schedules and prices, visit their website http://lineadorada.info/
     

     

     

     

  • Inside Belice By air: In addition to the international airport (Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport – BZE-), Belize... VIEW

    By air:

    In addition to the international airport (Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport – BZE-), Belize has national airports in Belize City (Municipal Airstrip –TZA-), Corozal (CZH), Orange Walk (ORZ), Dangriga (DGA), Placencia (PLJ), Punta Gorda (PND), San Pedro Ambergris (SPR), Chapel Key (CYC) and Caulker Key (CYK).

    The local national airlines:

    Tropic Air (http://www.tropicair.com/) and

    Mayan Island (http://www.mayaislandair.com/) provide connections to the entire country.

    Helicopter is another viable option for getting the country.

    Astrum Helicopters: This company offers flights to San Pedro, Ambergris Key, Placencia, as well as other destinations around the country, like Blue Hole Glovers Reef, Turneffe Islands, Victoria Peak, 1000 ft Falls, Altun Ha, Caracol, Lamanai.

     

    To consult schedules and prices, visit, www.astrumhelicopters.com/

    By ship:

     

    The sea ports of entry to Belize include Punta Gorda.To consult schedules and prices, visit www, Corozal and Big Creek.

    For movement in country by water, you may use boats that offer taxi services. You will find more information on the following webpage: http://www.guidetobelize.info.

     

    The principal services are:

     

    San Pedro water taxi: This company offers trips between San Pedro and Key Caulker and Belize City.
    For information on routes and schedules, visit www.sanpedrowatertaxi.com

     

    Caye Caulker water taxi: This Company is another option for daily transportation between San Pedro and Key Caulker and Belize City.
    For information on routes and schedules, visit http://www.cayecaulkerwatertaxi.com/

     

    Coastal Xpress: Offers a regular ferry service around the island of Ambergris Key and as a private water taxi to all of the coastal localities in the north of Belize http://www.coastalxpress.com/index.html)">(http://www.coastalxpress.com/index.html).

     

    Thunderbolt: Offers water taxi services between San Pedro and Corozal. (http://ambergriscaye.com/thunderbolt/)

    Land travel:

    Belize has three main highways: one to the north, another to the south and the third to the west. There are several local motor coach companies that travel to all of the different points of the country with regular schedules making many stops and there are express services that go directly to the desired destination:

    Main motor coach lines for travel within Belize include:

    James Line: This Company will take you from Belize City toward Punta Gorda, making several stops, including Dangriga.

    For information on routes, schedules and prices, visit. www.hickatee.com/belize_bus_times.html

    For information on routes, schedules and prices, visit: Vista Auto Rental (www.vistarentalsbelize.com), among others.

    Details that you should take into account:

    - You may pay cash but they will always require a credit card as guarantee, as well as a photocopy of your passport.

    - When renting an automobile, make sure to take out insurance on the vehicle and see exactly what it covers.

    - In Belize one drives on the right and the traffic laws are similar to international laws.

    - If you plan to leave the country in a rental automobile, first make sure the chosen company allows it. Also make sure you have all of the papers for the automobile because they will require them in custom.

    - Rates for land transportation:

    • In-transit only passengers $ 15,00

    • Passengers lodging in Belize, wishing to go to another country: $ 18,75

    Remember you are crossing the border from one country to another and that it is not permitted to cross a border with a rented auto.

    If you wish to take a taxi, they are available in most hotels and in case you take one at the border, they function as syndicates or associations, and have their own rules.
     

     

  • Local Tours

    Information about companies that offer local tours in Belize:

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