A Bit About Belize

Belize is located in Central America, is bordered to the north by Mexico, to the south and west by Guatemala and to the east by the Caribbean Sea. It is only a 2-hour flight from Houston or Miami, making it a convenient and popular vacation destination. Popular activities include worldclass snorkeling, fishing, diving, sailing, and Mayan ruins tours.

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Why Vrbo?

Vrbo takes your vacation experience to the next level. Renting a vacation home gets you deeper into the culture by living among the community versus being at a resort. With Vrbo you are not just limited to your room or hotel grounds. You have the freedom of a house and yard to enjoy in a charming local neighbourhood. Don’t feel like cooking on vacation? No worries, private chefs are an option. Just email me at tacogirlbelize for details.
You can pick and choose what district you want to stay and how you want to spend your time.

Check out the full list of Vrbo choices in Belize.

Vrbo on Ambergris Caye

“Community, nature, and paradise.”

Ambergris Caye is the largest island in Belize and the main destination for travelers to this western Caribbean region. For centuries, Ambergris Caye has been a hub of the area’s maritime trade. Fishing, coconuts, and chicle (natural gum) were historic means of income.

The last thirty years have led to a large growth in both the dive and scuba trade as well as ecotourism. On the north end of the Caye, Bacalar Chico National Park protects wildlife and the Chac Balam Mayan ruins near the Mexico border. Off the south coast Ambergris Caye lays the world famous underwater world of Hol Chan and Shark Ray alley.

For a wide variety of entertainment you can click through to my Ambergris Caye nightlife page.

Check out a comprehensive list of all Vrbo Ambergris Caye Rental Options.

See my Ambergris Vrbo page for a smaller selection of great rental options on Ambergris Caye.

Belize Expat Health Insurance Advice

Vrbo in San Pedro

“Food, fun, and adventure.”

According to the neighbourhood watch map, San Pedro Town core spans from the airport area to the roundabout. Its streets are lined with shops, wooden houses, restaurants, and bars. It can be a bit decieving as many people list them selves as being in San Pedro that are technically not.

The downtown area consists of only 3 main streets commonly known as Front, Middle, and Back. They run parallel to the length of the island between the open ocean to the east and the lagoon to the west. 

The wide variety of things to do in San Pedro from beach bars to cheap food and the benefits to staying in town means they are all walkable distance.

See a full list of San Pedro Vrbo rental options.

See San Pedro specific Vrbo San Pedro with a few choices to get ou started. 

Blue Water Grill Restaurant

Vrbo in Caye Caulker

“Beach, marine life, and old-world charm.”

Caye Caulker is a small island between Ambergris and Belize City. It has two solar communities and is divided by a narrow channel called the split which was formed by hurricane Hattie in 1961. This is where you will find The Lazy Lizard, a popular beach bar and a fantastic in water hangout spot.

You can take a short boat north to the other side of the split and enjoy Koko King another well-known beach bar with some fun water activities that will test your balance. South of the split is Caye Caulker Village – it’s sandy streets are lined with colorful shops and restaurants. This cute tropical island still holds that fishing village charm. It is also in close proximity to great snorkeling and diving. For a fun land activity, visit the seahorse farm. 

Wanting to know more things to do on Caye Caulker? Click for a one-day itinerary.

See the Caye Caulker rental options here.

Vrbo Caye Caulker

Vrbo in Placencia

“Tropical beaches, endless sunrises and sunsets.”

Known for its white sandy beaches, Placencia Peninsula is another popular vacation destination. For some it’s a quick boat ride from Harvest Caye when on a Caribbean cruise.

The Belize Barrier Reef, is a bit further away than it is to the northern Caye’s, but still offers the same great snorkeling and many dive sites. 

For a bit of culture you can head north to Seine Bight and find traditional Garifuna dancers and drumming.

See a full list rental options in Placencia here.

Or visit the Placencia vacation rentals specific page and you will find three good starting options to choose from.

Placencia Belize BeachVrbo in Belize City

“History,  bridges and culture.”

Belize City has been a major port city dating back to the days of pirates and now is a popular cruise ship destination. The port also serves barges that transport goods to the Cayes.

Haulover Creek opens into the Caribbean Sea and divides the city into two sides, the north and the south. Another point of interest is the Swing Bridge built in the 1920s. It used to be manually operated and is now electrically operated and mostly used for ceremonial purposes. 

Check out the Belize City rental options.

Municipal Airport Belize City Aerial

Vrbo Hopkins

“Experience history in every part…”

Located in the Stann Creek district, Hopkins is a quiet coastal village, offering inland adventure at nearby Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary and Forest Reserve. Hopkins Village is separated into two parts Baila to the north and False Sittee on the southside. This region  is also known for it’s Garifuna culture. 

See Vrbo Hopkins Rental options.

Vrbo Private Island

Belize is one of the most incredible places to visit, with hidden treasures and gems waiting to be experienced by you.

Why not take your vacation experience to the next level? Belize has some of the most incredible Vrbo private islands to offer. Imagine soaking up the sun on a secluded island, relaxing in a hammock or snorkeling offshore.

Check out these options for Vrbo on Belize’s private islands.

Vrbo Private Island

After reading through these you’ll find…
You have easy accommodation choices for relaxing, and fun vacation adventures.

Here are your next steps:

  1. Click here to look at a full of Vrbo options in Belize.
  2. Look through the options.
  3. Book your dream accommodations.
  4. Count down till the day (Most exciting part).
  5. Escape reality in your own paradise within a paradise.

“We all deserve to spend time in paradise.”

*Please note: The San Pedro listings may show some results that are not in the town of San Pedro (which is only a small area). The distance that is listed on the ad is from town centre which is Central Park. Knowing this will help you decide on the location of your stay, especially if you plan to walk around (which is quite easy to do considering “in town” is only about a 1/2 mile). Enjoy!