Belize is a small Central American country with a rich history and beautiful natural resources. Spanning along the Lago de Chetumal, the country’s borders are Guatemala to the west and Mexico to the north. The climate is tropical, but tempered by trade winds from the Caribbean Sea. While there are no mountains in Belize, it has plenty of jungles, rivers, and cayes (pronounced keys). With so many different types of terrain and so much diversity in flora and fauna, it’s no wonder why Belize is such a popular tourist destination.