Posted: Thursday, May 22, 2014. 9:58 am CST.
Thursday, May 22, 2014. Larry Waight Reporting: The travel section of AARP.com, a popular website on the internet has selected Belize as one of the world’s best honeymoon destination for 2014.
The writer, Andrea M Rotondo described Belize as follows:
Located in Central America, Belize is an incredibly compelling honeymoon destination for three simple reasons: its close proximity to the United States (a two-hour flight from Miami), its weather (around 84 degrees daily year-round), and the 190-mile-long Belize Barrier Reef, which is easily accessible along the coast and a wildly popular spot for snorkeling and scuba trips, fishing excursions and romantic sunset cruises. Belize attracts a variety of honeymooners, from nature lovers, history buffs and diving fanatics to zip-liners, cave (river) tubers and those who simply prefer to sit on the beach at a resort with drink in hand.
Belize was the only country in Central America that made it on the list.
New Zealand, Cancun Mexico, Maldives, Bali, Thailand, Saint Lucia, The Caribbean and Croatia were the other countries that were recommended as the best honeymoon destinations to travel for this year.
To read the full version of the article on AARP.COM website, please go to “World’s Best Honeymoon Destinations for 2014”.
It is interesting to note that last year in December 2013, Belize got ranked among Google’s most searched honeymoon spot.
The last time AARP.COM featured Belize on their website was in 2010 when they recommended our country as one of the best place to retire in an article entitled “Best Places to Retire Abroad”.
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