Belize is a very warm country. Hot even, and humid. Therefore it is also sunny. Bring lightweight long clothes (like medical scrubs) which will protect you from the sun if you go bone fishing, as well as aid in keeping mosquito’s off, although those little buggers would try to bite through steel if they thought they could get some blood. Scrubs are lightweight for packing, and don’t take up much space.
|Visa / passport||Visitors must be in possession of a passport valid for at least 6 months after the date of arrival and a return ticket with sufficient funds to cover their stay.|
Also All travelers entering the United States (by air or sea) under the visa waiver program are required to hold a valid ESTA travel authorization. The purpose of ESTA is to allow the US Department of Homeland Security to pre-screen all Visa Waiver Travelers before they leave their respective countries. U.S.-bound travelers are recommended to apply for a Travel Authorization at least 72 hours prior to departure.
|E-ticket||You can print the e-ticket at your convenience as soon as you book your flight.||◎||–|
|Travel insurance||Travel insurance (or holiday insurance) is a must if you want to make sure you’ll be able to afford medical care when you’re abroad.||◎||–|
|Licenses (drivers/ diving)||If you have a plan to do, must bring it here.||○||–|
|BELIZE CURRENCY||The Belize Dollar has a fixed rate of $2BZ = $1US. US currency and travelers checks in US currency are widely accepted. Credit cards can be used in most tourist facilities. ATMs are becoming more common in Belize but should not be part of your planned travel budget as they may be problematic to access during your trip.||○||–|
|Day wear||Pack clothing in light colors to reflect the sun, and remember to bring along a sturdy pair of shoes for hiking in the jungle or walking across bumpy island roads. Bring socks made from wicking material to keep your feet dry and prevent blisters from forming in the hot tropical air.||◎||○|
|Evening wear||Keep in mind evenings will be warm and humid, so pack clothing that is light and loose to allow air to circulate around your body.||○||△|
|Swim wear/ water shoes||Pack at least two swimsuits — one for sunbathing and one for water activities — and a towel. Water shoes may also come in handy as they’ll help protect your feet if you accidentally step on coral.||○||○|
|Outdoor necessities||Lots of sunscreen! Put it on every part of your body. You wouldn’t believe how many people we’ve seen with severely burnt feet, ears, lips and scalps. You must bring Sunglasses, hat, visor, Also parasol.||◎||○|
|Prescription drugs||Just in case you have delays returning home.You don’t want to be without needed medications.Carry in original prescription bottle. Also Basic medical supplies, band-aids, anti-bacterial cream, tweezers, nail clippers/file, pain-reliever and Mosquito spray.||○||○|