While much of the United States spend their November anticipating chillier weather and pumpkin spice everything, the locals of Belize are kicking back and enjoying the beach. The country’s ideal location along the Equator means that the weather is pleasantly warm and tropical throughout the year, and November falls just after the green season and marks the beginning of the tourist season. Battling through the airport during the holidays is never something to look forward to — but the variety of flights flying in and out of Belize means that reaching this unconventional holiday destination is as easy as you could hope for.
Why Ray Caye Island Resort?
As Belize becomes more and more popular, it’s harder for resorts to truly promise a remote piece of paradise to guests. Ray Caye is a private island that needs an hour boat ride to be reached. The guest numbers are limited to two dozen even during the busier times of the season, and it’s spacious and lush with amenities — so you never have to worry about having time alone even if you’re not the only ones on the island. And if the idea of a private island on the Caribbean Sea isn’t enough for you, you can also take advantage of the fact that it’s so close to the Belize Barrier Reef. As the second-largest of these ecosystems in the world, the area has become an incredibly popular choice for snorkeling, diving, and fishing.