Belize is “un-Belizable” with 200 cayes located within the largest living coral reef in the world and 600 Mayan ruins. “Belize is unique in that couples can be married ON the ruins,” says Lisa Light. Belize is a country that is easy to get to, simple to navigate and authentically exotic. The reef is a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the top snorkeling and diving destinations in the world. In addition to exploring the reef and ruins, couples and their guests can track jaguars, dive to ancient Mayan burial grounds deep underwater or spend the night on top of a Mayan temple under a full moon. Only two hours away from three major U.S. gateways, Belize is a tempting subtropical destination with rainforests and mountains rich in wildlife and miles of beaches protected by coral reefs.. Nature lovers will enjoy the waterfalls, caves, and granite riverbeds, and explorers will love the rainforest, medicine trails and ancient Mayan cities (with ruins that make a great backdrop for photos). Although English is the official language, Belize's inhabitants, Sanpedranos, speak their own island dialect, a combination of English, Creole, Mayan, and Spanish. November through January are the coolest months, with highs around 75 °F (24 °C), while May through September are the hottest at 81 °F (27°C). The water temperature averages 82 °F (28°C) year round.