Belize, formerly British Honduras, is the only country in Central America without a coastline on the Pacific Ocean and the only one in the region with English as its official language.
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Caye Caulker is a small island off the coast of Belize, 1.6 km west of the Barrier Reef.
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Belize District is on the central coastline of Belize, and the location of the country's largest city, Belize City.
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San Ignacio is a small town in the Cayo region of Belize.
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Stann Creek is a region on the Caribbean coastline of Belize.
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Ambergris Caye is the largest of several hundred islands in the northernmost waters of Belize, Central America.
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Cayo district is the central inland region of Belize.
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Placencia is a long, narrow peninsula – almost an island – along the Caribbean coastline of Belize.
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Toledo is the southernmost district in Belize, bordered by Guatemala to the West and South, and the Bay of Honduras and its offshore cayes to the East.
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Belize City is the largest city in Belize. It is on a small peninsula protruding into the Caribbean Sea.
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Northern Belize is a region consisting of Belize's administrative districts of Orange Walk and Corozoal.
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Punta Gorda is the southermost town in Belize, and the capital of the Toledo District.
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Hopkins is a small village in Stann Creek in Belize with a long beach and access to the Belize Barrier Reef for snorkeling and diving, garifuna drumming, and nearby nature parks.
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Corozal Town in Northern Belize lies on the Caribbean Sea, 9 miles from the Mexican border.
A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. - Tim Cahill
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