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Belize is known to have the second largest barrier reef worldwide, dense jungles with amazing wildlife, pristine palm-fringed beaches, lush tropical rain forests, etc. The best time to discover ‘Mother Nature’s best-kept secret’ is in the dry season, late November to mid-April. Then you also avoid the crowds and escalated prices of the peak season.
Belize is a diver’s best holiday destination, with plenty of unspoiled snorkeling experiences around the beautiful coral gardens. Take a boat trip to the Great Blue Hole, the world’s largest sinkhole. Enjoy the local food, go to the World’s Best Little Zoo, or the country’s oldest reserve, Hol Chan Marine Reserve, and more…
Boston’s Hop-On Hop-Off tickets are worth it. Being able to get an overview of the city at the start of your holiday is a big bonus. Activities include the outdoors, guided tours, water activities, ziplining, and an amazing 90-minute historic sightseeing cruise.
One of the must-do’s in San Diego is a dinner cruise. They last normally between 2 to 3 hours and are worth it. What’s more, there are a few to choose from, so it makes it easy to include at least one of them in your trip to San Diego.
Some of the top attractions in Denver include the Botanic Gardens, Mount Evans, Denver Union Station, Coors Field, Mount Evans Scenic Byway, Washington Park, day or half-day trips to the Rocky Mountain National Park, short excursions such as the haunted walking ghost tour, and many more…
The best time to visit Denver is from June to August when you can expect warm and arid weather. April, May, September, and October temperatures are still pleasant enough for sightseeing, while you’ll benefit from reduced out-of-season accommodation prices. Denver is known as the ‘Mile High City”, sitting 1 mile (1.6 km) above sea level.