The best of both worlds. When I visited Hopkins Belize I was pleasantly surprised to find the coastal charm of the area while also surrounded by luxury hotels and endless activities to take part in. This gorgeous area is the ideal location for wedding couples who want an intimate setting mixed with adventure and relaxation. From snorkeling to lounging in a hammock ocean side, Hopkins Belize offers guests and couples an all around experience in the sun. Aside from Hopkins, there are a handful of gorgeous locations in Belize to choose from for a destination Belize wedding. Regardless of where you choose, be sure to bring sunscreen!

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Cayo District

Travel west of Belize City and you'll find a cluster of ancient Mayan sites, gorgeous sunsets, butterfly gardens and jungles. In the heart of the Cayo District sits San Ignacio, a perfect destination wedding location that boasts traditional culinary food and affordable hotels.

Caye Caulker

North of Belize City is Caye Caulker, an island that caters to superb diving and snorkeling with a relaxed tropical vibe. The island is mostly inhabited by locals, but visitors visit regularly to the restaurants, shops and hotels in the area.

Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Hol Chan Marine Reserve is the oldest reserve in Belize. Translated to "Little Channel," it encompasses 3 square miles of densely populated aquatic zone of stingrays, sharks and eels, and many more.

Great Blue Hole

You'll discover imposing ancient stalactites and coral fringe when you visit the Great Blue Hole. The Great Blue Hole is one of the world's most distinguished scuba sites. Forming approximately 10,000 years ago after a cave roof crumbled in, the blue channel has underwater tunnels, caverns and rock formations that you definitely want to take time out of your vacation to see.

Ambergris caye

Off the coast of northern Belize, Ambergris Caye welcomes thousands of visitors looking for easy access to the barrier reef that surrounds the island. Snorkeling is a must-do in Belize and what better area to explore than this 25 mile stretch.