Belize Cruise Excursions:
Belize is a tiny Central American country that has become one of the most popular cruise line destinations. It is also a popular spot of vacationers who enjoy the outdoors, shore excursions, eco-adventures, culture, and history. English is the official language of the country and Belize City is the capital and cruise ship port.
Located between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize was known as British Honduras until 1973. Belize has a deep Mayan connection and the area is dotted with ruins - Belize Altun Ha Mayan Ruins and River Wallace Nature Excursion and Belize Lamanai Mayan Ruins Excursion.
Water sports and activities are very popular in Belize. The second largest barrier coral reef in the world starts off the coastline and there are over 450 tiny islands located off the shores. Some of the best spots and one of the most famous activities is snorkeling with the stingrays and sharks - Belize Coral Gardens and Shark Ray Alley Snorkel with Caye Caulker Beach Break and Belize Shark Ray Alley and Hol Chan Marine Park Snorkel Excursion by Air. Or you can just get away from it all and enjoy a private island escape - Belize Goff's Caye Island Getaway and Snorkel Cruise Excursion.
Although small in size, Belize is 60% covered in jungle and has over 5,000 plant species and hundreds of animal species making outdoor adventures a favorite - Belize Cave Tubing Excursion in the Mayan Rainforest and Belize Canopy Zip Line Cruise Excursion, just to name a few of many Belize Cruise Excursions available!
If you are arriving in Belize cruise ship port of call (also known as Belize City port) on a cruise ship, note that you will be anchoring in the bay and ferry tendering into Belize City port.
... Just because :) Chewing gum was invented in Belize. On our Mayan Ruins Belize Cruise Excursion section you will find shore excursions in Belize showing the ancient process of producing some of the ingredients (you will also get to know about this fun fact on our Mayan Ruins Shore Excursions in the Mexican - Caribbean cruise ship ports of Progreso, Belize and Costa Maya.