The culture of Belize is very rich and diverse, being made up of Maya, Mestizo, Kriol, Garifuna, East Indian, Mennonite, Arab and Chinese heritages. This blend of peoples makes Belizeans a very accepting, friendly and kind lot for the most part. Usually the men here are very courteous, however they can also be very reserved. Gender roles in Belize are fairly stereotypical and traditional, though in the towns and urban areas the situation is changing.
Belize is a country on the northeastern coast of Central America with its coast facing the Caribbean Sea. It is the only country in the region with English as its official language having once been a British colony. English Creole and Spanish are also commonly spoken here. The majority of Belizeans are of the Catholic faith. From its Caribbean shores to its jungle interior, Belize has great natural beauty - there are its blue waters, deserted beaches, and inland destinations where you can explore Mayan ruins, tall waterfalls, rainforests, and rivers. Interestingly and of significance to the country, the Belize Barrier Reef is the second longest in the world. The Climate here is tropical with very hot and humid days and with both a rainy and a dry season.