Belize. Start in Belize City, and you’re about 2 hours or so to the Guatemalan border to the West, or 2 hours to the North to reach Corozal on the upper reaches of the Chesapeake Bay-looking Chetumal Bay, that has Ambergris Caye and San Pedro on the right, towards the Caribbean … or the same amount of time (well, maybe a little more) to hit the Southern border by Honduras. Mayan Ruins sites everywhere.
So … how do you do that, absorb the countryside?
Go with Prince, and Brian, and Richard, like the 6 of us did. Stop wherever, go wherever. Visit with some of the folks and family that these guys know (like they don’t know just about everybody, everywhere!).
Or, you could pay about the same for a regular, pre-planned here-to-there, do-this-or-that, tour.
Instead, spread a map of the country on a table, pick the places you’d like to explore, and let the guys take you on a custom “Stop wherever, Go wherever” tour. Passing through a town that strikes your fancy? They’ll know (or find) a great place for lunch/dinner/whatever.
Make it an overnighter. Tour some ruins, do ziplining, cave tubing, the zoo … you name it. Or just explore, hang out, go when you want to go, stay when you want to stay. Prince and the boys do it right. Whenever you say "Can we ...", it's always "Of course ... you're the boss ...", looking at you like perhaps you didn't grasp that concept. Exceptional!
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