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Where we fly!

Welcome to the Beautiful Belize

 
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Belize City

Once the capital of Belize; Belize City is the largest city in Belize. Rich with culture and diversity, it is the main entry port for most tourists into the country either by boat or plane. Belize City is serviced by two airports, Philip Goldson International Airport, and Sir Barry Bowen Municipal Airport. Cari-Bee flies into both airports to better meet your travel needs!

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Belmopan

The Capital of Belize, the Garden City. Many attractions can be found near Belmopan including Cave Tubing, Zip lining, and other inland and mountain activities. Hector Silva Airstrip located right near the country's Capital makes for easy access this beautiful area.

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Blancaneaux

The Blancaneaux Lodge, and the Gaia River Lodge, both resorts are serviced by the Blancaneaux Lodge Airstrip. Nestled in the Pine Ridge Natural Reserve, this runway is a beautiful access point to some of Belize's many waterfalls, and the expansive Maya Mountain Range.

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Blue Creek

The quiet Mennonite Community of Blue Creek, located in the north west corner of Belize, has a small population of 700 people. The airstrip at Blue Creek also houses the Maintenance Facility for Cari-Bee Air Services Ltd. This is a good access point to some of the Maya Ruins at Lamanai and to travel back in time to the Conservative Mennonite Colony of Shipyard.

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Blackbird Caye

Located on the northern side of Turneffe Atoll on the Blackbird Caye is the Blackbird Caye Resort. This island resort is located only a 15 minute plane ride from Belize City. With world class diving, and beautiful water sunrises, Blackbird is a must when visiting Belize.

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Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is often known for its laid back "Island Time" vibes. Although don't let this fool you, the island is usually bustling with just enough activity to entertain anyone. Beautiful beaches, unforgettable local cuisine, and the famous "Split" are all a must see. Also Caye Caulker airstrip is a very popular starting point for Cari-Bee's Blue Hole Aerial Tour.

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Corozal

The coastal town of Corozal is located in the northern part of Belize. Corozal is known for its close access to Belize's Northern border with Mexico, with it's Ranchito Airstrip being only 15 minutes driving from the Border

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Dangriga

Stann Creek's coastal capital Dangriga sits at the mouth of the North Stann Creek River in south central Belize. It has rich cultural history with its founders being Garifuna refugees from Belize's neighboring country, Honduras. The town of Dangriga has adventurous tours through the beautiful Maya Mountains where local wildlife abounds.

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Gallon Jug

Gallon Jug is a nature reserve in the western districts of Cayo and Orange Walk. The estate is 130,000 private acres of agricultural farmland, dense jungle and wildlife, and archeological sites of the Mayan Ruins. Here, stay at the beautiful Chan Chich Lodge and explore all it has to offer.

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Hidden Valley Inn and Nature Reserve

The Hidden Valley Inn and Nature Reserve is located in the Cayo District's Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve. Here you will get a chance to see rare birds like the orange-breasted falcon and the black and white hawk eagle. Belize's natural wildlife is abounding in this forest paradise.

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Lamanai Lodge and Ruins

Lamanai is an archeological site of the ancient Mayans of Central America, or Mesoemericans. This site was one of the longest settled sites in the Mayan world, being settled around 900 BC and abandoned in the late 1600's. Lamanai is rich with the history and culture of the Mayans.

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Maya Flats/ San Ignacio

The Maya Flats Airstrip is a public airport that serves the San Ignacio town; it is about 3 miles southwest of San Ignacio town and about 4 miles east of the Belize/Guatemalan border in the Cayo district, making it a close access point to our neighboring country of Guatemala. San Ignacio is a popular tourist spot being a cultural hub and being close to numerous other attractions such as Mayan ruin sites and the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve.

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Placencia

Placencia is one of Belize's biggest tourist hotspots. This village is at the end of the 16 mile long Placencia Peninsula. In downtown Placencia, you can walk along a 4,000 foot long walkway and enjoy the local food and shops.

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Punta Gorda

Punta Gorda is a small fishing town in southern Belize and capital of the Toledo district. It is the economic center for villages in the surrounding 900 acres.

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San Pedro

San Pedro is located in the south part of Ambergris Caye. Like Caye Caulker, San Pedro is perfect for some "island time" or adventurous tours. This Caribbean island  is the most popular of the Belizean cays because less than a mile from the sandy beaches lies the Belize Barrier Reef, second largest barrier reef in the world.

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Spanish Lookout

Spanish Lookout is a farming, Mennonite community in the Cayo district. People come from many surrounding towns and villages to do business and shopping here. Spanish Lookout is also a great central point to Belmopan and San Ignacio and a good starting point for many inland tours, including its close proximity to our neighboring country, Guatemala.

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Independence

Independence is a village on the Stann Creek, Toledo district border. It is right next to the village Mango Creek; they are often referred to as the same village.

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Tower Hill, Orange Walk

Orange Walk, the capital of the Orange Walk district, is the fourth largest town in Belize. Here is where most of the country's sugar cane is grown and milled, giving it the nickname "Sugar City." Orange Walk is also the starting point for the boat ride to the Lamanai Maya ruins on the New River. Tower Hill and Orange Walk are both serviced by the same airstrip that is within 3 miles of each town.