Flight Deal: From Baltimore To Belize As Low As $278

By DeAnna Taylor


Looking for a little fun in the sun? Need some R&R in a tropical destination? Well, you’re in luck.

Delta Airlines just reduced prices on routes from Baltimore-Washington Airport to Belize City, Belize. The lowest price found is only $278 roundtrip.

This low price flight option is available for those who can travel between mid-September and mid-December. Some of the prices may vary between $278 and $289, depending on your dates. For our search we used 9/16-9/20.

To find and book your seat, it is easiest to use Google Flights. Once on the site simply scroll to the month that works best for you. Select a date range and boom, that’s it. The site will provide a link to finalize your purchase. Since this is a Delta flight, you will likely book through the airline website.

Keep in mind that this price is for a basic fare seat. This means:

  • You cannot select your seat prior to travel.
  • You can only bring one carry-on and one personal item.
  • You cannot make changes to this ticket once it is confirmed. Nor is it eligible for upgrades.

Related: 5 Central American Destinations That Should Be On Your Travel Bucket List

This is the perfect post-summer getaway. Belize City is one of those rare destinations that offers something for every kind of traveler. Literally everything from sun, sand, beaches, rainforests, and mountains,

The island offers delicious local cuisine, historic Mayan temples that details Belize’s rich history, world-famous dive sites, and there is even a UNESCO World Heritage site in Belize City.

Keep in mind once you get to Belize City, getting around is fairly easy if you’re looking to go to other islands such as Caye Caulker and San Pedro.  The water taxis are very efficient for travelers.

Hurry and grab your seat before it’s too late. After all, you can’t beat a price like this.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel blogger, author, and writer. While Charlotte, NC (her hometown) is her base, she's always somewhere on a plane. Catch her on IG: @brokeandabroadlife.

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