Posted: Tuesday, December 29, 2020. 1:22 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: The Nation, a publication based in the United States, has named Ambergris Caye one of the best islands in the world to travel to after the COVID-19 pandemic in a recent travel writing piece.
The recently-published article “Top 10 Truly Spectacular Islands For Post-Covid Travel,” released today, puts Ambergris Caye in second place, bested only by Santorini, Greece.
“The Ambergris Caye also hits gold, striking a great balance between keeping you comfortable and letting you experience all of the rich nature the island has to offer. It is located in the Caribbean and is actually a part of Belize,” The Nation said. “There is an almost limitless amount of things to do here as its sheer size allows for almost anything to come true.”
The article also emphasized activities such as diving, sailing, fishing, which are all popular tourist attractions, as well as Belize’s amazing wildlife and the rich history of the Maya ruins.
“Ambergris Caye is a must-see if you really want to immerse yourself in the wonders of a modern tropical island,” the Nation added.
The accolades, especially within the United States, play an important role in helping Belize’s tourism sector recover from the impact of COVID-19. With travelers from the US representing around 67 percent of the total tourist visits to Belize, recapturing this market is essential to the industry’s recovery. Belize has managed to appear on several high-level lists in global travel and tourism publications in 2020, despite the pandemic bringing tourism in the country to a standstill back in April.
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