Waters off Dangriga
About Belize
Belize is a stable English speaking democratic country slightly smaller than the State of Massachusetts in the U.S.A. It boasts attractive beaches and fantastic diving along its coral reefs and cayes. Belize offers a lush tropical rain forest with numerous species of exotic flora and fauna. The country is home to impressive Mayan temples, beautiful limestone caves, and pristine lagoons, rivers, and tributaries.

PRI Location
The institute is located at 1 Citron Street (corner of Citron and Church Street) in the coastal town of Dangriga, which is in Belize's Stann Creek District. Upon arrival in Dangriga, you will be welcomed by a population of mainly Garifuna and Creole peoples, and during your visit, you will also be greeted by the other ethnicities that make up the rich tapestry of Belize.

Travel Information
Belize can be accessed by air, land, or sea.
How to get to Belize?
Other frequently asked questions.
Visitors to PRI arriving at Belize's Philip Goldson International airport can take a connecting flight from there to Dangriga in the Stann Creek district. The flying time is about 20 minutes. When you arrive at the Dangriga airstrip, you will find taxis available. It is a short ride to the institute, which is at the corner of Citron Street and Church Street.

Accommodations
PRI has accommodations. Each bedroom is air-conditioned and has a private bathroom. The amenities are among the best in the area. Please contact us for more information.

Policy on Smoking
Smoking is not permitted at PRI, including on the grounds.