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Belize's weather depends on its subtropical climate, i.e. wet and hot. Moisture is felt more on the coasts, but the sea breeze regularly reduces its effect. The interior is known for its rather cool nights, even more so at higher altitudes. Throughout the year, Belize's temperatures can vary between 10 and 35°C depending on the districts and seasons, which are twofold: the dry season from December to May and the wet season from June to November.
Contrary to what one might think because of its geographical location, between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize is a country with a high cost of living, quite close to that of the United States, and high prices particularly affect the tourism industry. It is difficult to find cheap hotels in the country, same thing for restaurants. Renting a car is also quite expensive. Public transport, on the other hand, is very accessible in Belize
To enter Belize, no visa is required for French, Belgian, Swiss or Canadian nationals for a stay of less than 30 days. If you wish to stay a little longer, you can obtain an extension of this period on site, from the local immigration services. However, a passport valid for at least three months after arrival in Belize is required to travel to Belize. Customs authorities may also ask you for proof of a return ticket. If you are a parent accompanied by your child under 18 years of age, you must have a written travel authorization signed by the other parent.
And be careful, in case of transit through the United States, it is imperative to have completed the ESTA form on the Internet, with a tax of 14 US$ (https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov).
No vaccination is required to enter Belize. However, you are required to be vaccinated against yellow fever if you come from a country where yellow fever is present. In addition, it is strongly recommended to be vaccinated or boostered against hepatitis A and B, tetanus, diphtheria, poliomyelitis and rabies before you leave. Good to know: water is not drinkable in Belize, but hydration is more than necessary. You will easily find bottled mineral water throughout the territory. Sun protection and loose clothing (against mosquitoes) can also be useful