If you’ve been planning a vacation this May, you should definitely consider traveling to Belize. Below are seven great reasons to visit Belize in May:
One of the best ways to reward the special woman in your life is to take her on a fantastic getaway vacation in Belize this Mother’s Day. Whether she wants to be pampered with full spa treatments and relaxing in a hammock underneath a palm tree or prefers a more adventurous vacation with hikes through the jungle to spot wildlife and sailing through a rainforest on a zip line, she’ll love Belize.
May falls during the off season, the perfect time to take advantage of great prices at island resorts like Yok Ha. Situated on a privately-owned island just eight miles from the coast, Yok Ha is the perfect place to rest, relax, and rejuvenate.
You can escape the crowds when you visit Belize in May, making it the perfect time to tour the famous Cockscomb Basin Nature Reserve (home to Belize’s jaguars), explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, head deep into the famous ATM cave, or visit a tropical island without ever having to wait in line or fight for a spot.
The four biggest airlines in the United States, American, United, Southwest, and Delta all offer great deals during May, making it easier than ever to enjoy a fabulous vacation in Belize.
Spring can be a time of strong storms and lingering cold in much of the United States, but the weather is always fabulous in Belize during the month of May. Warm up after a long, cold winter with a heaping helping of the sun-kissed shores of Belize this May.
Belize is about the same size as the state of Vermont, but it has an incredibly diverse landscape that includes mountains, waterfalls, caves, rainforests, jungles, beaches, wetlands, and savannah. Enjoy the great outdoors with an adventure tour in Belize where you can ride a horse through a nature reserve, hike through a jungle, rappel down a cliff, float through an underground river, and parasail over the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean.
Part of the second-biggest barrier reef in the world, the Belize Barrier Reef is like a living aquarium, home to an astonishing 20% of all known marine species. The white sandy seafloor and clear water make the reef the perfect place for snorkeling and scuba diving.
If you will be traveling to Belize in May, stay at Yok Ha Island Resort!