Placencia Belize, Best Place To Travel In November
Members of both the Belize government and tourism authorities celebrated the re-opening of the nation’s international airport on October 1, 2020, and resorts and attractions followed suit by reopening, too. News that airplane ventilation systems have been so improved, it can be safer to fly than ever has added to the general excitement, offering travelers hungry for holidays fewer excuses than ever to stay at home.
Convinced? You should be. But where to go in Belize that guarantees the very best vacation you’ve ever taken? The Placencia peninsula. This area of Belize is home to award-winning beaches that are the ideal anecdote to the beating both your mind and your body have taken as a result of living with Covid-19.
Gentle waves, sandy stretches of beach, and an aura of peace and tranquility exist on both the Caribbean and lagoon sides of this finger of land. Once you’ve caught your breath, a prayer of thanksgiving is in order: you’re not home wearing a coat and running a leaf blower as winter begins to kick in. Temperatures that range from 78-degrees F to 88-degrees F await in November and you don’t have to feel guilty about sending selfies to friends back home. You’ve earned your respite in the sun.
Another reason to make Placencia Belize your destination in November is that opportunities to come into contact with wildlife are everywhere you roam. Meet some of the most exotic and spectacular species, either by visiting the Belize Zoo or by encountering them at two of the nation’s most fascinating and popular destinations: Cockscomb Basin and Monkey River. Time spent watching and listening to Howler monkeys is better than watching the Comedy Channel!
Laru Beya In Placencia Belize Is An Ideal Place To Stay In November
When you’re not animal spotting, go snorkeling, diving, and fishing around the Belize Barrier Reef, just offshore, or stick around to learn about Belize’s most colorful indigenous people: The Garifuna. Not only will you find these folks the most friendly, welcoming souls you’ve ever encountered, but if you’re around on November 19th, you can participate in one of their biggest annual celebrations: Garifuna Settlement Day.
You need digs that put you in the closest proximity to all of this excitement and you could make no better lodging choice than Laru Beya Resort, where November price breaks could remove the last bit of reluctance about vacationing in the tropics while the rest of the world is donning coats, gloves, and boots.
It’s important to know that this luxury property has been awarded Gold Standard status by the Belize Tourism Board for putting into practice the most powerful hygiene, distancing, and sanitary practices, each designed to keep every guest safe and sound. You need the break. Consider a November vacation on the Placencia peninsula just what the doctor ordered — minus showing up at his office to get a prescription!