November is the perfect time to visit Belize because the weather is delightfully warm with sunny skies. November is also when Belize celebrates Garifuna Settlement Day on the 19th when the Afro-Caribbean Garifuna culture is honored with lots of dancing, music, drumming, and traditional foods. In the town of Punta Gorda, a popular event called the Battle of the Drums pits drummers from around the country in a grueling, three-day challenge.
Visitors coming into Belize from Mexico can enjoy door-to-door shuttle service from Untame Belize which provides transfers to anywhere in the country, including Dangriga, Placencia, Hopkins, Belmopan, Belize City, and San Ignacio. Untame Belize also provides shuttle service to and from popular tourist destinations in Mexico like Cancún, Playa de Carmen, and Tulum. And if you’re traveling as a group, Untame Belize offers special discounts.
Untame Belize also organizes adventure tours, including visiting ancient Maya sites, horseback riding, bird watching, hiking through a wilderness sanctuary, going off-road with ATVs in the jungle, zip lining, and cave tubing (floating down underground rivers).