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#50953 - 05/13/02 06:30 PM Sept. or Nov.??????
Umpara Offline
kenny and I would like to thank you guys for all of your great info re: ambergris. we have decided to stay at Victoria House. The only last decision is August or Nov. the weather reports say Sept. has less rain, but nov. may get chilly. has anyone been down there on those months. which do you prefer? one last thing, i am not a good flyer, and the flight from florida will be hard enough (xanax & 151)!!! lol. what about this "little" plane from belize to san pedro. i'm scared!!! is the ferry a pain? anyway, any info will be appreciated! p.s. the posts on addicted to dc are too funny! remember: "ladies and gents take my advice, pull down your pants & slide on the ice"

#50954 - 05/13/02 06:58 PM Re: Sept. or Nov.??????
Gela Offline
Umpara, September and November are during hurricane season. I think that would be your only major problem traveling during that time. I was there in early December and the weather was great - not cold at all and the rain didn't go on for ever when it did rain.You will be traveling in low season so the prices of hotels are much cheaper too.
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#50955 - 05/13/02 07:49 PM Re: Sept. or Nov.??????
rickcheri Offline
It's September and October that is a more likely hurricane season. The later in November it is less likely. I not a professional...but i don't think it skips a month???? C

#50956 - 05/13/02 07:56 PM Re: Sept. or Nov.??????
Gela Offline
R&C - yep - October seems to be the most popular month for Hurricanes lately.
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#50957 - 05/13/02 08:16 PM Re: Sept. or Nov.??????
susangg Offline
Whoever told you September in Belize is "chilly" must have been hallucinating, thinking they were in Belize when they were really somewhere up north. It's been known to happen!
I have not been there in September but the general consensus is that is probably the worst month to go, due to (1) hot; (2) days with no breeze at all; (3) unfriendly flying critters; (4) rain rain rain; and (5) possible hurricanes. October is supposedly not such a hot time either.
I have been to Belize over Thanksgiving and had great weather. Still technically the rainy season but tapering off quite a bit...usually (tropical weather is NEVER predictable). I'd say the second half of November is a pretty good bet for at least some nice sunny days...SO if your choice is between September and November, definitely go for November!
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#50958 - 05/14/02 09:01 AM Re: Sept. or Nov.??????
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Umpara, you and me kid when it comes to the hatred of flying. But don't worry about the flight from Goldson to AC. Both ways we were on a little twelve-seater and survived with "flying colors". Hopefully, you will be so mesmerized by the beautiful blue water below and the outlying Cayes that you will forget about being in a small plane. I was totally surprised when it only took 20 minutes (and felt like 10!) Watch the carry-ons, though. The seats are narrow and the aisle is only about 6" wide. Have them load everything but your purse. Have a wonderful trip!

#50959 - 05/14/02 01:42 PM Re: Sept. or Nov.??????
aqtpie2 Offline

I ONLY go in Nov. No problems yet.....

Great weather. Wherever you heard chilly - someone is pulling your leg - or they are from, possibly hell. Weather is super - HOT in the day, great sunning weather, and warm at night.

Enjoy! VH is beautiful.


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