Citizens of Mexico are welcome to travel to Belize without a visa, though there are still other documents they must present at the airport like proof of negative PCR (coronavirus) test results and a Health Declaration. This Health Declaration can be completed on iVisa.com’s website.
Fill out the online application.
When you get to Belize, try to purchase services only from Gold Standard seal establishments (tour operators, restaurants, gift shops, and places to stay) since these are certified in all the safety protocols to prevent coronavirus contagion.
What do I need to do to get my Health Declaration with iVisa.com?
- First, Fill out the 100% online application form in iVisa.com with all your personal and travel information.
- Second, Payment. Select handling time (see below for more details). Paying methods: credit/debit card or a PayPal account.
- Third, Upload significant documents (passport, picture, etc.).
- Fourth, Get your Health Declaration in your email inbox. A QR code and trip number (TRIP) will be generated for you to disclose to health inspectors at the airport in Belize.
Apply in Advance
We suggest you dispatch your application before long to elude setbacks. iVisa.com receives many requests daily and many can be returned to the client for review or due to lack of information, which delays the process of acquiring the necessary document for the trip. For this reason, you should not wait until the last minute to apply.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Health Declaration?
It’s a compulsory health document for visitors that wish to travel to Belize. It must be completed within 72 hours before your departure. This is how citizens of Mexico can enter Belize during coronavirus.
For how long will the Health Declaration be valid?
Citizens of Mexico may stay up to 21 days after arrival on a Single Entry.
Are negative PCR (coronavirus) test results essential to enter Belize?
No, there are no testing requirements in Belize.
Is it mandatory for citizens of Mexico to quarantine upon arrival in Belize?
No, but there is an exception if you have positive coronavirus test results. In such a case, you will need to self-isolate for a minimum of 14 days at your own expense. That is how citizens of Mexico can enter Belize during coronavirus.
Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Belize?
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Belize. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Belize travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Has the government of Belize released a coronavirus tracking app?
Yes, the “Belize Travel Health App” must be installed on your mobile phone, and fill in all your travel data 72 hours before your visit to Belize.
What are iVisa.com’s processing speeds and rates?
- Standard processing time : USD $77.99 - 24 hours.
- Rush processing time : USD $119.99 - 8 hours.
- Super Rush processing time : USD $166.99 - 4 hours.
Can I count on iVisa.com to arrange my Health Declaration?
Absolutely! iVisa.com has online security procedures already set up in order to provide the best quality service in terms of information protection.
Who do I contact in case I have further questions or concerns?
We have a customer support team available 24/7 to answer all your questions and resolve any inquiries you may have in regards to how citizens of Mexico can enter Belize during coronavirus.
You can’t leave Belize without enjoying tubing inside a Mayan cave. There are several tours available to try out this exciting adventure. The most popular place to float in a tube is Nohoch Che’en Caves, also known as Caves Branch or Jaguar Paw. These are situated in Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve in the Cayo District of Belize.
After getting registered in the visitor center you will be provided with your river tube, life jacket, helmet, and headlamp. Then you will go out for a 20-minutes hike that includes crossing the Caves Branch River on foot (do not worry, the river water only reaches your ankles so please bring your water shoes). Once you reach the entrance of the cave you just have to sit on your donut tube and relax while the tour guide tells you about the history of the cave and its archaeological importance. You’ll get to see lots of stalactites (ceiling), stalagmites (floor), pottery shreds, and other Mayan relics.
At some point of the journey, you’ll get to see nothing due to the darkness inside but then finally you’ll see the light at the end of the cave.