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I will be more than willing to help you understand. Maybe they are being offered drugs every 3 feet but guess who first started that shit? Yes those same tourists.

That idea had to come from somewhere. I cannot tell you the numbers of tourists that were busted trying to take drugs back on the ship with them since all this tourism bs began…then they complain how shitty the place is.. You went to a place, experienced things that were too negative for you, reported on them and made a recommendation. Some places have no merit.

Sounds like Belize City is one of them. Just driving through Belize City I had the heebie jeebies and the first words out of the mouth of the owner of the rental home I had in Caye Caulker were: No, better yet,please do try Mexico who happens to be is our next door neighbor,so they would rip you off blind. I pray you do. Guatemala City would make Belize City look like heaven. I am really surprised that Moneysense Magazine ranked Belize as one of the top six places to retire in luxury when it is also in the top six most dangerous countries.

Sometimes you just have to dig a little deeper. I am not saying the entire country is dangerous at all but you must admit the capital city is not safe. You sound like a programmed robot. If you had done your home work right,your blog would be totally different. Yes there are crimes in Belize city but it is all being done against my fellow Belizeans and not to foreigners. The killings are gang related and turf wars.

You talked about drugs so let me enlighten you. We are so good to tourists that when they are caught with drugs in Belize,they would simply end up with a small fine instead of prison time, unlike what America would do to anyone that are caught with drugs.

Whether you all believe it or not,we value tourist and their well being. Shit happens no matter where you go,whether its in America or in a third world country. Like dude said before.. Did someone scam you? I lived for x years in the City came of age there, actually and know my way around. I wonder if u can sue for that,lol. Fuck you and stay the motherfuck in your country you stupid punk. It seems as if though you are afraid of life and entering a new country. I guess this was your first trip outside your comfort zone.

Your essay was quite subjective and stupid fuck you and stay in your country bitch. The hate in your reply is intense. Though I agree that this post may be subjective and based on a short time in the city, I can say two things: I had an extremely similar experience during my visit to Belize City 2. I have travelled extensively and so has the author of the post. FYI we would still be the most peaceful country in the world like when I was growing up sir.

I remember one of my aunt that lives in NY use to tell me that when people would ask where Belize is,she refused to tell them because in her mind,they would go to her country and ruin it.

Well she was right. Before Belize started this tourism BS,we were once known as the most peaceful country in the world…then tourists happened.

You took your drugs and everything else bad down there like John McAfee did ,then years later,you sit back and complain how horrible it is. Pains me deeply to read these comments. I also spent a night in Belize city waiting for the next ticket out of there to Ambergris Caye and also felt it was very rough and grim. I even stayed indoors that evening, I think the most positive aspect of the city was that people speak English there, and I was glad as I needed a break from Spanish.

How did you find Caye Caulker and did you dive? My favorite dive site I have ever done was in Belize, so beautiful. Visit the rest of the country, it is beautiful. The mountains, caves, mayan ruins, etc.. What shitty advice to be giving to these people? Its all gang related and no one wants to hurt them. Shame on you Diva. I totally agree with Belizean Girl. When you are a tourist in ANY country you should behave like one.

You were at a hostel in a residential area and not in a resort area. I respect the bloggers honest opinion but just felt the need to defend my country becausee it has so much more to offer. Thanks so much for writing a thoughtful opinion, I really do appreciate it. I would never tell people not to visit Belize the country but I do often tell people to minimize their time in Belize City.

Belize City is merely the largest city. And to other commenters, I suggest you actually read the post. I am going to Belize end of this month and even though i read all of these comments and yes i think about them i have to make my own picture.

My boyfriend is from Belize and is now living there again so i can not wait,and who knows,maybe i will even move there. I agree everyone needs to form their own opinion. My opinion, and I think that of many who commented with warnings here, was that Belize as a country is fantastic, but people should avoid Belize City.

Also, I am a African American female, my boyfriend is caucasian. Would this make any difference at all since I would technically blend in with the locals? I got the water taxi to Caye Caulker and it was totally fine.

I would just go straight from the bus station and get a cab to the water taxi and you should be fine. No one gives a rats ass what the color of u an ur boyfriend skin is. Sick of people always bring downing a place because they made poor decision choices. I went to Colombia. It sounds like they should be fine.

But this info is inlightening. Belize is not no racist country. Sorry you feel that way about Belize City. Its absolutely sad the multitude of people who will be misinformed by this prejudiced review. You paint Belize City as though it is a mind field of bums and dangerous black people. Just like any other city there is the good side and bad side and ,sadly, your perception has been misshapen because, out of ignorance, you have chosen to condemn the city for the little bad you have seen.

What did you expect coming to a third world country, a glamorous haven of a Caribbean paradise. I assure you that I can go to your country and find several areas that are worse than what you have seen. Did you even go further north to see the other parts of the city? Yet, you deem the city dangerous. Her report gave me some notion of where not to go in Belize city.

The resposes to her report are what make me think it would be a lousy city to visit. They claim to be friendly but so many venemous responses… from the people that claim to be friendly? I think you nailed it, Canadian: Its stock response to any, albeit objective, critique is: You betta Belize it! Now just shut up! Any one would get on d defensive side after reading what she wrote in her blog about there country including u.

So sorry to hear all these horrible remarks that you seem to equate to a whole city. You were approach because, unfortunately, most young tourist go to the city for drugs so dealers automatically assume that is what you want. There is plenty to do in the city assuming you know what is available.

DO NOT limit a city to the boundaries of your vision. My boyfriend, his friend, and I are going to Belize in a couple of weeks. We are staying a night in Belize City after coming from Placencia.

I am hoping our experience is fine. I just went to and from Placencia on the bus and because there are many villages and stops it takes like an extra hour.

We got back on the 26th! We did not drive to Placencia, but we did drive from Placencia to San Ignacio so we were able to experience the Hummingbird Highway! It was a good time. Where exactly is Anygelina from? So two people begged her for money, two men were arguing about money and she got hissed at. But did anybody touch her? I live in L. These beggers are at the fast food drive through, at the gas station, at the doors of the supermarkets and everywhere else laying in wait.

At the exit of almost every freeway, there is someone holding up a sign begging. Not only do they beg but they have the audacity to tell you how much they want!!

As for the killings people kill for no reason just because they want to see what it feels like. Have Anygelina heard of the night stalker or the hillside strangler? What about all the school shootings in America? They even kill their own families The Menendez brothers? Anygelina look at the American news O. At least in Belize nobody kill another person just because he or she is black!!! I knew when I wrote this post that I would have negative comments like this but I wanted to publish them and keep the conversation going.

I am from Canada and the post is nearly 3 years old. I have traveled around the world and much through Central And South America and I stand by my post I think it remains good advice. I am not saying people should not go to Belize the country, but they should not stick around Belize City.

If they are arriving in the airport they should keep going. A friend of mine is from Belize and writes a great site Belize Adventures about the country and all the wonderful things to do. Vancouver has a shithole side to it.. This was never good advice…just a very good way to exercise your freedom of speech…no matter how dishonest.

It is spelled v-i-o-l-e-n-c-e dear. It is spelled holes. But you are living in the land of opportunity. Take advantage of it. I was born and raised in Belize City and i must say i am totally offended by this article.

It is clear that you ventured to Belize with your mind made up about what you would find here. I mean honestly what kind of danger did you experience here?? Some guys hissed at you. You have painted a picture where i would more believed money was taken from you by force and those guys raped you. And to be very honest with you it is very common for females tourist to come to Belize alone and hook up with the locals.

Honestly from this article no one should even entertain your suggestion of Belize City being such a bad place. Belize City is a small city and the tourist industry is very young. You stayed in one of the poorer part of the city what did you expect? And even at that how bad was it? You mentioned talking to different locals who gave you advice and talked to you.

Nothing you said should detour anyone from coming to this wonderful paradise. You mentioned you might want to come back some day but please do not, you have done your damage and offended every Belizean who have read your article. I wish we could ban you from ever coming back to our wonderful city and country. I am in the city 5 days a week.

The murder rate is around the middle for the region. This is for the whole country. Please get your facts right before making unfounded, unjustified, false claims about a country you spent a couple nights in….

I visit Belize and walk around at night without issue. At least people take the time to bid you the time of day, unlike back in Los Angeles. Especially since their are so many people that have posted here who are from Belize City and confirm exactly what she said.

For the record my wife and I are traveling to Belize in a few months for our honeymoon, after doing quite a bit of research we will not be staying in Belize city, as its not quite what we are looking for. Regardless of WHOM the murders were committed against there is no getting around the fact that the per capita murder rate is high.

We live in Los Angeles and obviously their are violent, crime ridden areas that we avoid like the plague. I cannot share in your harsh criticism of this wonderful city. My family visited Belize City in January of and ever since have been working on a plan to move to this wonderful country.

We had nothing but wonderful experiences with every local we met. Yes we were warned about areas we should be more aware of our surroundings, however, I never felt any more concerned than I do in a shady area of Denver,CO where I would be cautious. Large cities have dangerous areas regardless of the country they reside in. I understand this is your opinion and not fact, you have however managed to needlessly frighten many people away from a beautiful place and wonderful experiences.

I want people to use common sense when in a new city or country and keep an open mind, you may be pleasantly surprised. Its nice to give advice about things we do or places we travel but to say Belize City is the worst is disenhartening.

Its because you did not take the time to look at a visitors map prior to your visit and expected that things would have been layed out for you. Crime is everywhere so next time book with a walk with me guide like Rodney Waight Jr.

Its sad people will listen to just about anyone about a sad experinece which was due to lack a preparation. The places you mentioned are really not that big of a deal, Jacqueline be totally honest now , but I guess that for Belize they will have to do. From someone who has had opportunity to see, and compare, what far-flung cultures have to offer.

We DO have some DELICIOUS food, though, second to none, and an uncommon degree of racial harmony, and a most welcome degree of lebensraum highly prized by one who detests living cheek by jowl with his neighbours. I live in Belize for many, many years.

Have never had anything bad happen to me. I now might go there once a year at the most. The people of Belize City will kill you and each other like a fly on the wall. I know more persons who have been murdered than people who have been in auto accidents.

Too bad I still like the place but stay far away. I am at the present moment in Belize city as i write this from my barbed wire fenced in hotel.. Here we go again Daniel. Why do you people insist on wanting to spend a little money and get a lot?? I am so glad I came across this post as I have been planning a trip to SA that would involve passing through Belize City. Dear Ayngelina, I was born and raised in Belize City, and I will not try to buck the essence of your article.

Belize City is rough. However, I need to point out a few things to put Belize City and Belize into perspective for the benefit of your readers:. You got off the bus in a rough city on the wrong side of town. Nobody in their right mind or who was done any research comes to Belize to hang out in Belize City. In addition to these locales there is a host of smaller, truly amazing places in between to choose from.

My main issue with Belize City on a whole is not safety, but that there is truly a lack of beauty and worthwhile activity. However, I am sure you have found that Belize City is not representative of the rest of the country.

My advice to visitors: This may be the best comment on this post as it offers really sound advice. I wrote this post over 3 years ago and I stand by the experience but it would never prevent me from going to Belize again. There are so many things that I want to see in that country and if I have to go through Belize City it will be quickly.

I do think there is an opportunity to go back and share more about the country. I spent 3 weeks in a town an hour north of there called Orange Walk. I loved it there. The people were nice and the food was really good.

We spent most of the day in the surrounding villages and the people there were even nicer. Belize City is not a good place but I would recommend Orange walk to anyone. Belize is dangerous if you walk at the street by your self, I agree. Belize is one of the best country in the world. You have not even see the beauty of Belize or San Pedro town Ambergris caye. Nothing wrong with having an opinion. To express it this way and offend an entire city and all of its inhabitants is.

You stayed there how long? Less than 24 hours? Living life with a different set of rule indeed. Mark, You are so right! I have been to restaurants, hotels, tourist sites in Belize City and have never had any trouble, the food was great the people were hospitable.. Does Toronto have rape, murder, drugs, and all sorts of crime YES! It is worse than Belize City if you take into account crime per capita in their neighborhoods!

There are actually even good parts in Belize City, I took the water taxi to Ambergris Caye, got some great food along the way for a great price before heading to the tourist area. There is nothing wrong with giving your opinion however you could have highlighted that Belize is more than Belize city.

You had a horrible experience because you did not do your research. In fact I know there is so much more to see and I definitely will come back at some point. I have been travelling to Belize on almsot a yearly basis since and always try to avoid Belize City. Belize City is sometimes unavoidable but get a taxi a properly licenced one!

I shall be there again this Xmas having a great time in Cayo and the Cayes with my Belizean wife, who by the way, does the same as me and spends as little time travelling through Belize City as possible. But that applies everywhere.

The candid opinions are edifying and the hostile ones from several Belizeans here has me crossing it off my list. Yikes, the violence of the comments reinforces the negative reputation of that city. There are many gorgeous, friendly and safe retirement spots, and as seniors are often targets of crime, why not choose a safe, serene locale? I appreciate the info here, because the blogger is an experienced traveler and more than fair in her comments.

I think there would be some options in Belize, outside of the city, that would be much safer. I am definitely not an expert I can only speak to my experience there. Wayne, Dangriga is really out of the way, the beautiful part is the road trip through the Mayan Mountains and the Hummingbird Highway.

I went to Dangriga years ago and stayed at the Pelican, reasonably priced and enjoyed the food there.. I think a better choice down south would be Placencia.. I am a photographer from the country of Belize and after reading most of the above comments, I must agree that people are either for and against your post here.

Every city will have a negative side, you just happened to be at a wrong part of town in a pretty cheap hotel. I do agree that certain parts of Belize City are a bit shady. I urge you to return to Belize and visit parts of the country that people DO recommend you visit.

Trust me I have traveled all over the country and I have yet to capture much more of the beauty Belize offers. Aww Danny so nice for you to comment.

You had better avoid most of the Caribbean coast of Central America, from Belize all the way to Panama then. You seemed to have loved Honduras, despite them having a higher crime rate and murder rate, as well as a lower capita income. I wrote this 4 years ago and now Lorenzo and I are good friends. There is much truth to what you have written. In reality most people do not know that, in fact they expect Lorenzo to speak fantastic Spanish when mine is now far better than his.

Oddly enough I think because I spent such little time in Belize I may have given the wrong impression. I would absolutely go back to the country although this time trying to avoid Belize City as I know there is so much to offer. However, I have no desire to ever go back to Honduras, I was always on edge there and the number of people with hand guns tucked into their jeans really bothered me. I am not sure what you were expecting to get when you decided to visit Belize City.

Please stop kicking a dead horse. You may have wrote this 4 yrs ago, but you did it all wrong.. I know from experience, but am I going to write a blog about each shit hole I have been to, no!

What do you have to gain from writing a story about an obviously poor choice of hotel and area where you stayed in Belize City.. I just cannot see why you did that? This is why I have also allowed all comments on this post, including ones that are quite harsh. Which in itself is a LIE too. The fact of the matter is that you never made a blog entry suggesting people to not go anywhere else. You singled out Belize City. This is what people are trying to figure out.

Belize IS on the planet of earth after all. This is the third post where I have had to make that clear… WOW!!! I stayed in Belize city for almost a year. I would love to go and stay there again. I had better experience in Belize city than I had in New York when. I was robbed in New York But not in Belize.

Belize is a beautiful country with beautiful people and a great place to enjoy.. Belize City does have nice tourist places to visit; http: Check out Trip advisor.. Have you ever gone to Mardi Gras in New Orleans and had a blast.. Check this out; http: Wish I had read this earlier, I am currently in Belize trying to get out, I have seen the North and the Central parts of the country.

Nothing is what is promised in ads or online, violence is everywhere, I would never advise a woman to be alone here. There is nearly no police force and what little there is is fond of bribes. I am supposed to fly out tomorrow cut trip a week short, would have cut trip to one day but airline websites would not work here. Came down here with the idea of retiring here would not even visit again.

James, Just curious, but where did you visit exactly and why did you say violence is everywhere? Did you have to bribe a police officer? What is not as promised. You can buy a place there and enjoy life. How do these people think its is justifiable to make ludicrous claims based on…what? And there is no shortage of natural beauty, of all sorts and even if modest by comparison to spectacular sites elsewhere, to see and enjoy.

I should know — I live here. We have been ripped off exactly zero times, been robbed zero times, experienced no personal attacks nor even felt uncomfortable anywhere. We had great food, great scenery, weather, wild-life.

Mind you, we spent no time in Belize City, though one of these years we do hope to do some of the things suggested above by Akeem Genus. In fact I would love to explore the rest of the country. Ok, we have crime all over the world, actually America is the worst, I really need the truth…. Has anyone been in Corozal district?

It is very simplistic and, whether or not you would like it really depends on what type of vacation you are looking for. If you do like laid back culture, loud but jovial people, and Historical sites, Belize City is safe enough to visit contrary to the unjustified article above.

Belize City is, however, not the best Belize has to offer, and, as in any urban area, it would be well advised to take certain precautions when walking the streets. Cayo district is Best for Jungle Excursions: Cave Tubing, Zip lining, Maya Ruin, etc. This is just a fraction of what Belize has to offer including the city. I hope that anyone wishing to travel here does not write it off based on this article, and without doing the proper research and planning.

You would be missing out on the chance of a lifetime. Im glad to be of help. Nothing she explained was at all objective. It was way too opinionated to take seriously. I never said I was an expert and I made a mistake and admitted that I was wrong.

In fact I have published all of your commented because I think you are providing a valuable perspective but there is no need to be petty. What i dont undetstand is why you chose to stay where you did in Belize. Its as if it was just a transit stop or something.

Like there wasnt anything to see in your opinion. It seems that you would have avoided Belize completely if you could. Also a lot of Yucatec Maya. But you will the typical Mestizo and Kriol majority through out the country.

The water is probably the bluest you will ever see. Orange Walk is nice with alot to do, but too dusty IMO. It is a pity that people who have no idea of the realities of Belize City dare to pass crude judgement on the city and its people. I happen to have traveled to the USA and have stayed in many of the major cities and believe me the realities are similar. Chicago has worse social, economical and crime news than the entire country of Belize in a decade.

The truth is that Belize City has historical sites. It all depends on what you want to see, that is what your reality will be. I wish some of you would look in your very communities and see beyond the perfect pictures you are painting here.

I am pretty sure that robbing and murder happens on a daily basis where some of you live but no mention of that will be made. Yes there are issues we, as a people, need to deal with but as Belizeans we stand proud behind our national identity with Belize City being apart of that.

Instead of lashing out hefty criticisms why not bring possible solutions to the forefront. For a third world country I know we have a lot to offer hence the reason this futile discussion on all the negative things about my country.

The ignorance of some especially American tourists is legendary, but you have to be patient with them. Take a look at US television and tell me honestly whether anyone raised on such mind-numbing stuff has a fighting chance of ever understanding the world in a sufficiently nuanced context. I live in a tourist country too, and have heard criticisms that were born of misconceptions, prejudice and just plain ignorance.

One has to carefully select the legitimate gripes, deal with them and simply benignly ignore the ones that derive from ignorance. Another thing to bear in mind is that most Americans see the world in starkly racist-stereotyped terms. So an area that may look run down in a harmless, neglected way, to many of them looks violent and dangerous when the locals are nonwhite.

It is the lense through which they simply see the world, and that will be the case even after a thousand Martin Luther Kings, Rosa Parkses and Barack Obamas — the impression of improvement is merely optics. You must remember that most of them do not travel in any meaningful sense and, when they do, have little cultural reference by which to understand the world.

They are also so brainwashed by their political system as to view the USA as the best place on earth. The irony is that people who actually do come from the best societies in terms of fairness, access to healthcare, education, low crime, social investment , places like Europe, usually have a far more understanding and nuanced view of the world. Not bad writing skills, Andrew, but your analysis devolves into trite generalizations and wishful aphorisms.

And Ayngelina happens to be Canadian — you know — a citizen of that large country to the north of the U. I read with a lot of interest about Belize and believe if you go looking for trouble you may very well find it. We are going there for the first time for 5 weeks, we have done extensive research and think we are prepared.

Thanks for all the info. Sad about Belize City, but I am sure there are some good spots as well. I find this review useless. Ok, based on your concept on what is good and bad, you have projected them on a city that is part of another culture. Did anything actually happen to you, based on the article, no.

Were your judgement calls based on your concept of what is nice, yes. I am from Kingston, Jamaica and I can tell you that if you are scared by what you described in Belize, then you would be shitting in your pants in Kingston. Amen Colin, I just came back from Belize and did not feel that I need to tell people not to go to the city. Take NYC for instance, you hear people cursing and yelling all day long on the street and people beg you for money at every damn corner.

Know how many people die in Chicago each weekend, please, Belize is no more dangerous than your average city. I walked in town and did not have any issues. I had to come read this after you mentioned it on the facebook group. This was an interesting article for someone who only saw Belize City on the other side of the fence. How dare you scrutinize a country that is not of your origin. My ex-wife and child who both were born in NYC and the ex being a third generation New Yorker…now lives in Belize and most recently started a school.

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