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Preparing your trip to Placentia Village: advices & hints - things to do and to obey

1. Tourists, who want to dedicate much time to excursions and exploring the resort on foot, should visit Belize in the period starting from December to April. The weather is usually nice on these months, and the chance of heavy rains is minimal.
2. Export and import of antiquities are possible only if you have special permitting documents. When purchasing antiquities in local shops, it is recommended to ask the seller whether any documents are required for export.
3. It is recommended to use only bottled drinking water that is sold in every supermarket or groceries store. In local cafes and restaurants, tourists are better not to order juices and cocktails with ice.
4. Corals, seashells, and items made of turtle shell are also considered valuables in Belize. Only shops with a special permission can sell these items. They also provide buyers with all necessary documents that allow export. It is not recommended to buy these items from private individuals and street vendors.
5. The cheapest way to make phone calls to other countries is to use special phone booths that are located close to governmental offices, shopping complexes, and hotels. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
6. Tourists are not recommended to make excursions to distant neighborhoods of the town on their own and stay far away from the hotel late in the evening.
7. The majority of shops and trading centers are open from Monday to Friday. Their usual working hours are 8:00 to 20:00 or 21:00. Some shops close for a lunch break that usually lasts from 12:00 to 13:00. Large shopping centers and supermarkets can be open on Saturdays as well.
8. The majority of restaurants include a service fee in the bill. As a rule, tips do not exceed 10-15% of the total. Tourists can also leave an extra tip to a waiter. In this case, the size of this extra tip should be not more than 10% of the total.
9. During excursions to nature reserves, it is recommended to listen to guides carefully. Many plants are precious, so damaging them may result in a large fine.
10. Don’t forget to bargain on local markets. In order to make it easier to pay to sellers, it is better to stock up on paper money in small denominations.
11. Waiters in restaurants are used to numerous foreign visitors, so they will gladly help tourists to select a meal, describe ingredients, and will answer all questions that visitors may have.  
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What to visit being in Placentia Village - unique sights

Hidden Valley Waterfall

From the series “Most Fanciful Waterfalls of the Planet”
An excursion to the unique waterfall costs about 1 dollar. This fee includes refreshments, as well as a visit to a handicraft shop located nearby. For many years, the caretaker of the waterfall has been creating original wooden jewelery you can buy as memorable souvenirs. Hidden Valley Falls is known to many travellers under a different name – 'The Waterfall of Thousand Feet', while its real height is much larger. … Read further

Great Blue Hole

From the series “The Most Mysterious Geological Formations on the Planet”
Once there have been limestone caves on that place, but when the ice began to melt, they were washed away and formed a huge bowl of rounded shape. The pioneer in this unique underwater cave was a world renowned explorer, Jacques Cousteau. He is also the author of the emergence theory mentioned above. After a large-scale study, held in 1972 by Cousteau team, the Great Blue Hole has become a center of attraction for divers from around the world. Life on the surface of underwater caves is amazing and incredibly diverse, while its bottom remains deserted. … Read further

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Travelling to Placentia Village - advices and tips. What should be provisioned in advance, the rules you might want to follow, and the things you better avoid doing in Placentia Village. We help you to make your trip smooth and easy, with no unexpected surprises.
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