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Why Fly to Corozal?
Located just across the Mexican border at the northernmost tip of Belize, Corozal Town is a small locale where visitors can soak up the Caribbean Coast while veering off the beaten path. Days in Corozal Town are mostly quiet and the pace of life is slow, which makes it a perfect place to unwind. Cheap flights to Corozal are waiting to be booked, so start searching online for your ticket to the clear blue waters of Corozal Bay and the lazy days that await you on the beach.
Which Airlines Fly to Corozal?
The Corozal Airport (CZH) is little more than an airstrip outside of town, and almost all incoming flights are smaller propeller craft, so flying to this destination takes a bit more planning than flying to a larger international city.
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Corozal Flight Tips
Most U.S. travelers start their journey by flying to Belize City, as there are no nonstop flights to San Pedro. American Airlines offers direct Belize City flights from Dallas and Miami, Continental flies from Houston and Newark, Delta covers nonstop routes from Atlanta and US Airways flies from Charlotte. Once you arrive in Belize City, you may be able to fly directly to Corozal, but many flights make a brief connection in San Pedro on the way. Maya Island Air and Tropic Air are the two airlines with the busiest schedules to Corozal from both San Pedro and Belize City.
Quick Travel Guide to Corozal
Corozal is such an amazing little border town because it is so distinctly Caribbean, whereas the city of Chetumal just a few miles to the north is unmistakably Mexican. Corozal Town is bright, lush and tropical, dotted with natural palms and thatched huts. Visitors enjoy their time communing with nature and the friendly locals, as it’s not too common for vacationers to bump into one another in this sleepy town. The area’s few man-made attractions are small, as they can’t very well compete with the beauty of the Corozal Bay. Most of those who stop here do so to laze on the sand, enjoy the area’s great fishing and generally fall off the grid for a few days.
If you start to feel antsy after settling into one of the cozy hotels in Corozal, you’ll find Mayan ruins just beyond the town limits. The Cerros ruins are directly across the bay and accessible by boat, and an excavated temple lies less than a half mile from the town’s center. You can also learn more about the area by touring the small but intriguing Corozal House of Culture.
Corozal Town is also an excellent home base for day trips to the nearby beach town of San Pedro, the shopping destination of Chetumal to the north and the population hub of Belize City to the south.