With its 450 islands in the Caribbean Sea, rainforest, rivers and admirable weather, Belize seems to have been created to fulfill the dreams of sports enthusiasts everywhere. It should be no surprise then that businesses focussed heart and soul on Belize tourism have built up an incredible list of sports on their books, whether you’re a newbie or an experienced proponent.
Of course, many of the sports offered in Belize are in some way allied to the perfectly clear, warm Caribbean waters that the country is able to boast. There’s snorkeling, diving, windsurfing and sailing all available, with companies in the cayes offering diving courses for novices. Several companies also offer multi-day kayaking and sailing trips around the cayes, so you can get up close and very personal with the unadulterated sands of these small islands including Cayo Rosario. Belize Tourism Board ensures that all activities are sustainable and responsible to the environment and locals.
Inland canoeing and rafting on Belize’s foaming rivers are possible in Cayo District, where should you want to give your legs rather than your arms a challenge, you can also opt to undertake a hike beneath the tree canopy of Mountain Pine Ridge Forest.
But if you’re rather more sedate in personality and all this sounds a little too much like hard work, you need to go no further than the Greg Norman Golf Course on the private resort island of Caye Chapel, less than 40 minutes by boat from San Pedro on Ambergris Caye.
Source By: Traveler Tips