When you think about it, it makes perfect sense that some great fishing is to be had in Belize. Fishing villages are to be found up and down the coast — a healthy coral reef system ensures that there is plenty of sanctuary and food for a variety of fish to thrive in the crystal clear waters found offshore.
You can get to Belize by land, sea, and air, but unless you want your voyage to be part of your adventure, then flying is going to be your best bet. However, it's important to note that airfare to Belize can be more expensive than other countries — especially during peak seasons. Entry requirements aren't all that complicated; depending on your country of origin, you'll need little more than a valid passport, proof of onward travel, and sufficient funds — no visa or immunizations required!
Generally, the best time to visit Belize is during the dry season, which occurs from November to April. However, your Anywhere Travel Consultant can help you determine if the catch you're hoping to reel in is best caught during 'green season' (i.e. the rainy season). Bonus? It's also a great time to save on travel.
You'll want to be sure that you pack for Belize's tropical climate. So where will some of your fishing tours take you?...
Deep sea and fly fishing tours will take you to superb fishing spots near the Belize Barrier Reef. These tours leave from San Pedro, on Ambergris Caye.
Across the Caribbean coast, fishing is a popular pastime. You'll find yourself heading to destinations like:
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