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7 Best Belize Instagram

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Belize

A tropical country on the eastern coast of Central America, Belize has a massive Belize Barrier Reef, dotted with hundreds of low-lying islands called cayes.

Discover ancient Mayan culture, dense rainforests and exotic animals. If you’re an adventure lover you’ll love it here – Belize is a top spot for zip lining, caving and waterfall diving.

When you’re exploring a country as incredible as this, you’ll want to get some nice photos. Check these spots out for the best Belize Instagram pics.

1. Belize Sign in Belize City

The rainbow-coloured Belize Sign Monument is just a short distance from the Baron Bliss Lighthouse.

It’s right by the cruise ship port and is a fun colourful place to pose for a Belize Instagram photo.

 

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2. Xunantunich Maya Site

Xunantunich is an Ancient Maya archaeological site in western Belize,  steeped in history. You reach the site by ferry and the views from the top are unbelievable.

Just down the road you’ll find surging rapids that are popular for canoeing, kayaking, tubing and swimming.

 

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3. The Blue Hole

The Great Blue Hole is a large underwater sinkhole that can be seen all the way from space. A popular spot for scuba divers, you’ll get the best view if you fly overhead on a tour.

It’s probably the most iconic Belize Instagram photo you’ll capture from your entire trip.

 

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4. Shark Ray Alley

This popular dive spot in Ambergris Caye has become a hotspot for tourists who want to swim with the huge group of nurse sharks and sting rays.

The animals have become used to swimmers and will get super close to you if you bring some bait. A nerve wracking but amazing experience.

 

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5. Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

This is the world’s first sanctuary specifically created to protect the elusive jaguar.

It’s quite rare that you will actually spot a jaguar, as they are masters in hiding, but the sanctuary itself is lovely. Come alone or in a small group to get the most out of the green walking trails.

 

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6. Belize Barrier Reef

The Belize Barrier Reef is one of the most diverse ecosystems of the world.  You can snorkel these clear blue waters and see colourful coral and fish.

Several endangered animals call the Belize Barrier Reef home, including sea turtles, manatees, and the American marine crocodile.

 

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7. Silk Caye

Silk Caye is a ‘Castaway’ type island in the Great Barrier Reef area with coconut palm trees and golden sand.

If you’ve always wanted to visit a paradise desert island, this is it.

 

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