Punta Gorda HolidaysBelize
This sleepy fishing town in the south of the country is a great place to strap on your fins and take to the reefs. If you’re in the mood for drier activities, you can seek out Mayan ruins in the vicinity or try your hand at drumming with the Garafuna …

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Where to stay in Punta Gorda

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Reviews of Punta Gorda

Michael Phillips
Michael PhillipsGreenfield
04/05/2011

Spectacular snorkeling on the reef. We stayed at a hostel right on the water near the endge of town (which is very small). If taking the "ferry" to Puerto Barrios in Guatemala, BE CAREFUL. The weather can change quickly once you leave port. We had a 2 hour long near death experience with 20 foot waves crashing on us and then throwing us into the wind. The little dingy ferrys are not intended for this trip. But the pilot got us through. Lots of environmental expeditions based in Belize and in the area. There are really only 2 roads through the country that are even slightly maintained... until you get into the city. The politicians are extremely corrupt and so are the police. I'll write more later - just trying out this service.

Floyd Montero
Floyd MonteroMachaca Camp, Toledo, Belize
08/07/2012

Home Sweet Home..

Lauraleen Huggins
Lauraleen HugginsLos Angeles
24/06/2012

Mayan ruins around the area and folk dancing from the Garafuna people.

Kristen Tate
Kristen Tate
28/06/2012

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