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Planning to travel alone to Belize?

By Slickrock Adventures on July 19, 2011

Solo Belize travelOur best itinerary for solo travel is our Belize Adventure Week package. This very active vacation is perfect for single women or men who are traveling alone to Belize.

This tour has our smallest maximum… only 12 people can join this trip at a time. This is because of the size of the van we use for the inland part of the tour.

On this adventure package we explore Tikal in nearby Guatemala, we visit Che Chem Ha pottery cave, and we also drive to the banks of the Macal or Mopan River for whitewater kayaking lessons. Our final inland day we run the underground Caves Branch River. All of these activities involve vehicle transport, and our van only holds 15 people.

Because of the small group size it doesn’t matter if you are traveling by yourself or not, everyone becomes best friends fast because you are spending a lot of time in the van together and also you are learning new things every day: kayaking, caving, Mayan history… and once you get out to the island you continue to experience new things as a group (sea kayaking, surfing, snorkeling, paddleboarding).

Another reason this trip is perfect for those who must (or choose to) travel alone is that everything is taken care of. All you have to do is get yourself to and from our Belize City hotel (10 minute cab ride) and from then we escort the group and take care of everything. AND we include a Slickrock t-shirt as part of the package. You wear your t-shirt when arriving in Belize and you can find others on your tour if they are at the airport at the same time. Then you can share a cab to the hotel as well!

Travel alone to Belize.Of course, our island only trip, called Adventure Island at Glover’s Reef, gets many solo travelers also, and they have a fantastic time as well, although the trip maximum is larger (22).

I talk to people all the time who don’t want to travel alone but none of their friends have their same days off, or they don’t have the same ability to pay for the trip, or some other reason that they can’t join their friend, no matter how much they want to. If you sympathize with this scenario, you don’t have to be concerned. Travelling alone to Belize is a cinch on this trip. Give us a call today (800.390.5715) and we can tell you all about our Belize Adventure Week trip!