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[18 Jun 2014 | One Comment | ]

The company said it is adding flights from Chicago’s O Hare airport to Philip Goldson International in Belize City, with a Saturday service scheduled to run through to May 2015, depending on government approval. Great news for visitors from the Windy City, as well as the substantial Belizean diaspora living in the Chicago area. With Delta Airline’s direct Los Angeles to Belize City flights that began last year, and joining American and Continental Airlines as well as USAir ways and TACA servicing Belize from Miami, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Charlotte, New York and Los Angeles, and given the close proximity of Belize to major North American hubs, paradise keeps getting closer for our American friends.

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[11 Feb 2014 | No Comment | ]

Now, you can hop one easy flight from LAX, arrive in Belize City, and jump the Tropic Air flight to Maya Flats at our front door.

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[10 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]

Traveling can be a fun adventure for all ages, but only when things go accordingly to plan. Sometimes bringing your child along can be difficult because a child doesn’t have the patience or the comprehension on travel things as much as an adult does. So here are some helpful hints to write down before you take flight…

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[18 Jul 2011 | 3 Comments | ]

I’m going to Belize in 2 weeks! I have been invited by the Belize Tourist Board on a “FAM” trip. This is travel industry lingo for “familiarization”. I, along with a bunch of other travel industry professionals, are going on a somewhat insane itinerary: we will visit 27 hotels in 5 days! I wouldn’t call that fun, but many of these are places I have heard of for years but never gotten to, and I am looking forward to seeing them. We will be staying in San Ignacio, Mountain Pine Ridge, Placencia, Hopkins, and San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. I’ll be posting more about the trip when I get there.