If you go to Belize

If you go . . .

Lodging: Do you want to stay


in the jungle or on the beach? Nothing beats Ian Anderson’s Caves Branch Resort, on the Hummingbird Highway. The

jungle eco-lodge offers rooms, bungalows, impressive tree houses, and all-inclusive options. Rates start at $146 per night

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up to $506 for treehouse rooms. Packages with tours can be


866-357-2698, www.caves

On the beach, the Maya Beach Hotel offers quiet, comfortable accommodations, an infinity pool, tiki bar on the beach, and the best brunch on the Placencia Peninsula. Rates $69-$139 per night depending on room and time of visit.

011-501-520-8040, www.maya


Fishing: WhiprayCaye Lodge

and Julian Cabral, the owner

and guide. Three-day packages including transfers, lodging, meals, and fishing start at $2,155. Day guiding $350.

011-501-0610-1068, www.whip

Adventure activities: Caves Branch is your go-to for eco-tours, from waterfall rappelling to cave tubing, from zip line rides to jungle hikes. It also offers tours of the Maya ruins. River cave expedition $85. Combo tours including zip line rides and cave tubing $155.

Information: 800-624-0686,

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