Belize Shuttle Destinations
Our most common Belize shuttle destination and possible private/shared shuttle is shuttle services between Belize City and San Ignacio Shuttle. Belize City to San Ignacio is the most requested shuttle run and it is easy to see why. Belize City is not far from the Belize International Airport and is the city water taxi, International and local buses arrive, making that area the most frequent point of arrival or departure.
Phillip S. W. Goldson International Airport is abbreviated BZE it’s located in Ladyville the second largest village in Belize. It is located 8 miles northwest of Belize City. It’s named after a Belize House of Representatives member that passed away in 2001. As the most requested shuttle destination, BZ (Belize) shuttle service has successfully drop-off or pick-up many travelers throughout this beautiful country, by being on time at the airport. Choose your destination from the Belize Airport below.
One of the most popular destinations in Belize is Placencia. Packed with many indoors & outdoors tours/activities. Tours such as: key fishing, Jungle tours, Cave tubing. Our shuttle Transfers to and from the Placencia Peninsula in the Stann Creek District is a very scenic drive. The transfer time is approximately three hours and has a couple of interesting stops. View our shuttle routes to/from Placencia below.
Hopkins stretches about 1.5 miles along the coast. It is divided by a 4.5-mile paved road off the Southern Highway. Hopkins is a small Garifuna village on the coast of the Stann Creek District in Belize, known as the “coast with the most” in Belize.The village lies south of the town of Dangriga, where the closest airstrip is located. You can book a shuttle transfer to any of the resorts in that area from any Belize popular destination.
Corozal Shuttle is a shuttle to Northern Belize. However, Corozal is the last district north of Belize situated just a few minutes away from the Mexican Border and along the coastline of Belize. Furthermore, Corozal has developed in the past few years with a few resorts growing on the coastline of this Hispanic town.
Punta Gorda is the gateway to the attractions that abound in the Toledo district. From off-shore fishing, to river trips to caving, birding and Maya Archaeological sites – the Toledo district and Punta Gorda offer everything a visitor to Belize will expect to find. To top it all off, Toledo is a district not only filled with natural beauty in abundance but also home to some of the nicest people. Here, Maya, Garifuna and East Indian Belizeans live harmoniously while maintaining their individual cultures.