If you are like most, you are in awe with how fast this summer is going. Pretty soon, department stores will display back-to- school racks and coffee shops with be filled with the aroma of pumpkin spice lattes. While it doesn't seem like planning a fall vacation should even be within the wheel house at this time, it is a great time to get ahead with one last getaway of the year! Belize is a great destination for a shift of paradigm and although we are a bit biased, we wanted to highlight a few reasons to come away to visit us in the fall!
CELEBRATIONS - Belizeans really know how to celebrate, and they go all out during this time of year with parties and festivals taking place during most of September. St. George's Caye Day is Sept. 10th , and it marks the beginning of celebration through Sept. 21st, which is Belize Independence Day. Check out some of the other events happening around Belize in September:
St. George's Caye Day celebrates and commemorates a battle in 1798 when the Spanish were defeated by slaves, Baymen, and British soldiers. Official cultural ceremonies and parades take place all around Belize on this day.
Belize Expo Marketplace This year marks the 24th year since the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) has been organizing the Expo Belize Market Place. EXPO Belize Market Place will be held on September 17th and 18th, 2022 at a NEW venue, the Marion Jones Stadium, on Princess Margaret Drive in Belize City. The expo has become one of the biggest events of the year in Belize. It is a 2-day market showcasing the best products made in Belize. Thousands of people will head to the expo to sample Belizean cuisine and purchase locally-produced goods.
Independence Day is September 21st and is marked by the annual flag-raising ceremony and the party continues throughout the day and into the evening with colorful parades, dancing, music, and many other fun activities.
WEATHER - September weather is "just right" averaging 81 degrees. You'll find plenty of sunshine, and early morning and late night showers. The jungles are in green season and are bursting with color and life!
LESS CROWDED - Although St. George's really never has crowds, things are a bit more laid back in Belize before the tropical vacation season ramps up. There are so many great excursions and popular sites, such as the Maya Ruins and the ATM Cave, are less populated during this time of year. It's also a great time to connect with the locals, who always warmly welcome visitors from other countries.
THE KIDS ARE BACK IN SCHOOL - After a summer packed full of fun with your kids, it's time to take a quick getaway to refresh and recharge. While September in Belize is full of parties and celebrations, St. George's is tucked away from the main events and is a serene private island paradise where you can kick back and relax.
You can take the "you time" that you have hoped for all summer. Just you and paradise. Let us do the rest!
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This destination offers so many ways to spend your time, from the Blue Hole to dinner with new friends, to snorkeling, to yoga by the water, and bean bag on the beach. There are endless combinations of incredible experiences that will make memories for the rest of your days together! As many of our guests do, you will look back on this time at on the island and want to return to make more memories and friends in the future.
We hope you can come away for pampering in paradise and a perspective that is as refreshing as our clear blue waters!
St. George's Caye Resort is found 7-miles from main-land Belize City. Transfers are made by boat and once you have landed at BZE International Airport, your valet will have you on the island's sandy shores in under 30 minutes. Offering an array of adventure, romance, relaxation and SCUBA excursions, this resort is acclaimed for pristine reefs, seclusion and the ability to do as much or as little as one wishes.
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