Belize is a jewel country located in the western end of the Caribbean. It is a paradise that offers the visitor a wonderful combination of the Antilles' and Central America's best things. Although small, Belize has a great cultural variety, traditions, an impressive wild life, and one of the most fascinating forest landscapes and marine views. Belize's coral reefs are the second greatest ones in the world. You should not remain a Belize City but travel to one of the small islands, to the quiet Caye Caulker, or to San Pedro in Ambergris Caye, which is a little more expensive. You can sail practice snorkeling, scuba dive or just swim in its crystal clear and turquoise waters. The real challenge for divers is the Blue Hole, a round hole with about 300 diameter meters and 40 meters deep, a spectacular dive with an underwater cave. The country is mainly composed by forests with a fantastic wild life. Traveling by ship from Orange Walk, upriver to Lamanai, a historical Mayan place, will make you enjoy it. To rent a car and choose your own route is a comfortable way to see the country. There are no huge hotels with hundreds of rooms, and towns are merely scattered villages with few inhabitants or places by the seashore where bridges are still handmade. There is much more you could enjoy in Belize, an extraordinary place, where "an image is worth a thousand words". Here you will take hundred of pictures to say just one word: Belize.