Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 20, 2017
Which Belize City airport do I use?
I am often asked which Belize City airport to use. There are two: the Belize International Airport (called Phillip Goldson) (BZE) and Belize Municipal (TZA), both located in Belize City. Both are usually listed on travel sites and it confuses people, because from major international gateway cities you can only fly into one of them, but both are often mentioned. Let’s say you are going to Cay
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on December 22, 2014
Canada to Belize fares are a great deal right now!
Just in the last 2 weeks fares have really been dropping for January travel dates to Belize. We do have a Belize package on sale that coincides with the great fares we are finding. We track air rates to Belize in 29 US and Canadian cities, but the Canada fares are really impressive! Calgary(YYC) – Belize City (BZE)$706$534$556$664 Departure City Three Weeks Ago Two Weeks Ago Last Week This W
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 25, 2014
Fly to Belize for a great deal right now
In doing my weekly update for our Belize flights webpage I was happy to see that fares dropped in just one week in 18 of the 29 cities we track. If you fly from New York City, the fares dropped 28% and if you fly from Anchorage they dropped 25%! Here are a few sample Belize fares: Departure City Two Weeks Ago Last Week This Week Baltimore (BWI) – BZE $718 $718 $627 Denver (DEN) – BZE $
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on December 5, 2012
Canadians! Belize flights a real deal from Montreal and Toronto
We keep track of flights to Belize for our website, which we update weekly. I just found the lowest rates from Canada to Belize that I have ever seen. Round trip from Montreal to Belize is $554 and from Toronto it is $553. You can view more about this on our Belize flights web page.
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 20, 2012
Trying to figure out Belize flights
This post is about my ongoing obsession, ie; how do you figure out the airline companies and their pricing structure? I talk to people all day, all week, all month, about travel to Belize. Everyone asks “When should I get my ticket? Should I wait, or get it now? Are they going to get less or more expensive as the trip gets closer?” Good questions! Two weeks ago I did my weekly check of
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 21, 2012
Travel to Belize in the shoulder season for great prices
Those of us who work in the Belize travel industry have been pedal to the metal for months now. Peak season for travel to Belize is mid-December – early-April. The weather is good into May or sometimes even June, but most people want to go south when it’s cold in the US and Canada. If you can go in April, you will enjoy peak perfect weather but you won’t be traveling with everyone else, and
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on August 19, 2011
How far is it from Glovers Reef to Caye Caulker
Many people inquire about combining our all-inclusive island package with a short stay at Caye Caulker on their own. This is easy, but you wouldn’t go from one directly to the other. In a nutshell, all roads in Belize lead to Belize City. No one would travel from Glovers Reef to Caye Caulker, or visa versa unless you chartered a boat, and that would be expensive (my best guess: about $1200-1500
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on August 5, 2011
High-tech travel tips
David Pogue, technology columnist for the NY Times, just posted a very interesting set of tips for travelers on his blog Pogue’s Posts: Five (And Then Some) Tech Tips for Travel. It’s mostly about apps for your phone that help you track and keep track of your flights; he includes a great story about knowing his flight was delayed way before the gate attendants knew it. He also reveals one