Looking for Belize puns for your trip? Whether you need Belize Instagram captions and ideas for social media, or just want a silly joke to send your friends before takeoff, here are my favorite Belize puns (plus a few I wrote myself) so that your vacation keeps you in stitches!
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How to Use these Belize Puns
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My Favorite Belize Puns
I’ve included both puns directly about Belize, a few about specific places in Belize, and then tons of puns about Belize’s most popular activities like swimming, snorkeling, and relaxing in the sun.
My favorite Belize puns, in no particular order…
You better Belize it!
Do you Belize in life after love?
You hold the Caye to my heart.
Caulker? I barely know her!
Six Belize of separation
I Belize I can fly
Do you Belize in magic?
The land of make Belize
Can’t Belize it’s time to go home!
Beaches and cream.
Sun of a beach.
Me and all my beaches.
Girls just wanna have sun.
Keep palm and carry on.
Tropic like it’s hot!
Seas and greetings.
If you don’t love swimming puns you must be a fan of dry humor.
We were mermaid for each other.
Party like a lob-star.
Back in the swim of things.
Sip me baby, one more time.
When life hands you pineapples, make piña coladas.
Beach hair, don’t care.
Best fins forever.
I Belize in a thing called love.
Got any Belize Puns or Belize Instagram Caption ideas to add to the list? Post it in the comments below!
What to Bring with You to Belize
I have an entire post on what to pack for Belize, but if you don’t read it, make sure to have these five things with you before you get to the Belize City Airport:
Lonely Planet Belize which is available as a paper copy or in a Kindle edition. Guidebooks are hard to find on the ground, so grab yours before you leave home.
Mosquito Repellant is the single most important thing you’ll want on you as soon as dusk hits. Have enough to at least get through the first night.
Full-Sized Travel Towel This is the best travel towel in the world. It’s pretty enough for the beach, large enough that you forget it’s a microfibre towel, and quick-drying, which is crucial in super humid Belize.
A GoPro for underwater and action photography. Why go all the way to Belize and not be able to capture some of the most exciting parts of your trip?
More Belize Travel Resources
If you’re still trying to decide where to go in Belize, check out my post on the best Belize beaches, plus my overview the most Instagrammable places in Belize which will give you some trip inspiration beyond just the country’s (spectacular) beaches.
If you’ll be headed to Caye Caulker, check out my guide on how to get there from BZE and Belize City.
Finally, here’s my guide to snorkeling at Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley. Even if you plan to go snorkeling in a different part of the country, this guide goes over what generally to expect and what to bring with you.
And of course, if you’re headed to Belize soon, check out my complete Belize packing list for what to wear in Belize.
Don’t Forget About Travel Insurance!
It’s a good idea to always have a valid travel insurance policy before you travel someplace like Belize where you’ll be doing activities and spending time outside. It’s just a fact that accidents can happen on the road, and you don’t want them to ruin your trip!
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