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Private Honeymoons to Belize

Inspired luxury travel to Belize, designed for you

A relaxing, comprehensive service with as much or as little as you like

We offer a fully tailor-made, luxury service to create the perfect honeymoon in Belize for you and your fiancee.

Belize is a wonderfully diverse and interesting place to visit on your honeymoon. Despite it’s small size there are many different landscapes, peoples and nature to be encountered here. Only 300,000 people live in the country giving the entire place a laid back ‘small town’ easy going nature. At the peak of the Mayan civilisation it’s estimated that as many as two million Mayans lived here, their history is everywhere with many sites discovered and many more laying hidden in the rainforest.

Belize is also home to the largest barrier reef in the Western hemisphere allowing some excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities in the warm Caribbean waters (there are also some great honeymoon beachfront hotels).

Whatever you want from your Latin America tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Based on 841 reviews. See some of the reviews here.
“Belize trip”

We took a family trip (4 of us) to Belize arranged by Emily from Jacada. As is typical for Jacada, everything was perfect. From the unique resorts (Table Rock and Victoria House), to the incredible excursions planned for us, the vacation was amazing. Every detail was taken care of. Having Emily from Jacada plan your vacation is completely stress free. We will definitely use them again.

Published 22nd April 2016 on TrustPilot

Inspiring Destinations in Belize

Need to Know

4:42 is the local time
Belize Dollar is the local currency
Belmopan is the capital city
Boil up is Belize's national dish
Belize City is the country's largest city

When to go

From mid-November to late April is the dry season and perfect for a beach holiday. May to June is still okay to travel, although towards July the rainy season is well underway.


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