10 Stunning Pictures of Placencia BelizePosted on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014
According to Fodors Travel, anywhere on the Placencia peninsula you can dive along the reef, swim in the warm sea water, look for scarlet macaws in Red Bank Village to the southwest (between December and February), explore the Mayan ruins at Mayflower and hike to the waterfalls there, or, on a full day trip, travel to the Mayan sites at Lubaantun and Nim Li Punit near Punta Gorda, or treat yourself to some of the best sportfishing in the country.
As you will see in these beautiful photos, Placencia Peninsula is the destination you have to visit for your next vacation.
1.) Placencia is not only known for having nice white sandy beaches but also for its delicious and succulent sea food.
2.) Placencia is also a perfect wedding destination.
3.) The nightlife in Placencia is fun.
4.) Belize is famous for its laid-back attitude, and Placencia beach is the perfect place for travelers to celebrate it.
5.) Thirty years ago, Placencia was a quiet fishing village and today, it is a world class fishing destination.
6.) The Placencia Lagoon lies behind the Placencia Peninsula and it is a perfect place to see saltwater crocodiles, marine turtles and the rare and endangered manatees.
7.) The Monkey River Tour is one of the most popular inland adventures that can be done from Placencia.
8.) According to Lonely Planet, Placencia has long enjoyed a reputation as ‘the caye you can drive to.’
9.)Chabil Mar is one of the top rated Belize Resorts to stay in Placencia.
10.) There are a number of islands you can visit for the day from Placencia. One of the islands that a lot of people visit is Laughing Bird Caye.
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