Belize City shuttle can start from anywhere in Belize. Valdez Shuttle Service offers shuttle service to Belize city from the Belize International Airport (Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport), San Ignacio town, Placencia Village, Hopkins, and Dangriga to name the popular places.
Getting to Belize City by shuttle takes anywhere from half hour to three and a half hours depending on where in Belize you’re departing from. For example, if your’e heading from Placencia village the ride is 3.5 hours. When heading to Belize city from the international airport the ride is just half hour.
Belize city shuttle popular by demand as it is the hub for getting to many resorts on the neighboring islands. Belize city was the capital of Belize up until 1961. After one of Belize’s major hurricane, hurricane Hattie, inflicted serious damage upon the then capital. That was when the government settled on moving the capital to higher grounds. This was when the British colonial government decided to design a new capital in the geographical center of Belize, now named Belmopan City.
Apart from a Belize city shuttle, you can reach the city by airport taxis or buses that passes along the Philip Goldson Highway. The highway to get a bus is at least 20 minutes walk from the ariprot. If you desire to use a cab it’s the same cost as getting a Belize city shuttle. However, if you’re planning to get a cab to the highway you’ll pay nothing less than $15.00 USD for such short ride. Hence many visitors to Belize, visiting or passing through Belize city, opt to book a Belize city shuttle service with Valdez Shuttle Service.
In addition, if you may be unsure as to whether or not you’d need a shuttle to Belize city, you’ll need one if you’re heading to the following places: Ambergris Caye by boat, Caye Caulker by water taxi, Belize city bus terminal, or any hotel/resort located in Belize city.