Belize family holidays for all ages

£2250To£3250 excluding flights
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14 Days
Tailor made
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Price is per person based on family of 4.
This trip is tailormade with no minimum age and we will tailor the trip according to the ages of the participants.
If there are age limits of specific activities we will discuss this when quoting.
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Description of Belize family holidays for all ages

Price information

£2250To£3250 excluding flights
Convert currency:
Price is per person based on family of 4.
This trip is tailormade with no minimum age and we will tailor the trip according to the ages of the participants.
If there are age limits of specific activities we will discuss this when quoting.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


Carbon Reduction
We encourage our clients to hike when possible, or make use of local boat services, rather than being driven everywhere. For the transfer to Lamanai we routinely book people on shared services rather than having a private car/boat.

For travel to Caye Caulker we recommend our clients use the public water taxis instead of flying, and we also avoid having people fly from Placencia to Belize City at the end of the trip, instead going by road.

You’ll mainly be eating locally sourced food while you are in Belize, and the seafood is abundant. For vegetarians and vegans there are colourful local salads and an array of tropical fruits.

Environment & Wildlife
Belize is home to a sensitive ecosystem including jungle and coral reef, so protecting the environment is a priority. The jungle lodges we use have preserved their little patches of forest habitats and maintain walking trails, as well as offering employment to the local community. Many of them also grow some of their own fruit and veg, for zero ‘food miles’, and promote historical knowledge of the medicinal plants found here, to help keep those traditions going.

The people who work in the lodges and are involved in guiding are all trained to uphold conservational principles and encourage our guests to visit responsibly. We would urge our customers to heed advice about not feeding local wildlife, sticking to allocated trails only, taking out everything you take in (leaving nothing behind) and keeping themselves and the animals safe as they explore.

The Belizean barrier reef is incredibly special, and we work with our local partners to ensure that all excursions into the reef are done with certified operators. National Park fees and permits help direct revenue into where it is needed to promote conservation.

We recommend people bring refillable or filter water bottles and avoid buying single-use plastic.


Local Economy

All our tours in Belize are run in conjunction with local partners that have been chosen partly because they provide a fantastic service but also because they share our environmental and social goals.

Our guests will enjoy the services of local guides throughout their visit. The guides are from the same regional area and will be pleased to answer questions and give an excellent insight into the way of life in the region.

As much as possible, we work with locally owned hotels and lodges, promoting relationships with hoteliers who offer refillable toiletries rather than single-use sachets or minis. We recommend that our clients eat in independent establishments and visit independently owned shops and markets and are constantly adding to our list of recommendations which is sent to travellers before they go.

Employment, Inclusivity & Diversity

Our programmes in Belize are run together with partners that are owned and run by local people and who share our belief in the importance of operating in a socially responsible way, paying staff fairly and offering appropriate working hours and conditions.

We also understand that tipping is culturally appropriate and makes up a portion of income in certain job types, therefore we also provide detailed guidelines for our travellers as to suitable amounts.

By booking with us, you will be supporting various local guides, drivers, and service providers (e.g., hotel staff, market stallholders, ticket sellers, boat drivers etc), promoting employment from local communities, and good job opportunities for people coming up through training. This includes members of smaller communities such as Mayans and Garifuna, depending on your tour’s exact route.

This trip is LGBTQ+ friendly and we welcome families of all types on our trips.

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