Deal alert: Fly to Belize round-trip for under $220

Dec 7, 2021

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Beaches, beautiful rain forests, Mayan ruins and a renowned barrier reef are but a few reasons why Belize should be in your travel sights. Add to that the fact that Belize is the only Central American country that is primarily English-speaking. And did we mention that you can get there for a song, thanks to these deals from United and American Airlines? Airfares from U.S. cities are available for less than $220.

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The Blue Hole, part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System. (Photo by Andrew Hounslea/Getty Images)

Our friends at Secret Flying first spotted these deals to Belize City (BZE), which are available from now through June 2022 (except for Christmas and New Year’s).

Deal basics

Airlines: United and American Airlines.
Routes: DCA/DFW/PHL to BZE.
How to book: Directly on airline sites or Google Flights.
Travel dates: December 2021-June 2022 (not including Christmas/New Year’s).

Related: An absolute breeze: What it’s like traveling to Belize during COVID-19

Sample flights

Availability in December is limited, but if you’re able to jump on this deal, you can make it to Belize City (BZE) from Dallas (DFW) for $217 round-trip on United. The flights are operated by United Express, and involve one stop each way. This is a United basic economy ticket, which means you will have to pay for a seat assignment, carry-on bag and checked bag.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

We found availability in February on American Airlines from Philadelphia (PHL) to Belize City (BZE) with a stop in Miami for $212 round-trip. This basic economy fare allows you one free carry-on.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Phoenix (PHX) to Belize (BZE) is available on American for $212 round-trip. We found some limited dates (also in basic economy) in December 2021 and January 2022.

(Screenshot courtesy of American Airlines)

American also has basic economy availability from Washington, D.C. (DCA), at $213 round-trip throughout April 2022.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

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Bottom line

Belize may be one of Central America’s best-kept secrets. That’s what makes this deal all the more enticing, especially if you can travel on short notice. Scuba enthusiast or not, who wouldn’t want to be exploring one of the world’s greatest barrier reefs before the week is out? Make sure to act quickly, before these seats are gone.

Featured photo by Tegra Stone Neuss/Getty Images.

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