When I asked the folks at Belize’s airline for a guide to how much the cheapest ticket to Belize would be for me, they said I could ask the Belizean government to reimburse me the amount I paid for the ticket, or the cost of my stay in Belize.
I don’t understand why they would do that, as I’ve already paid for a hotel and breakfast, and a flight.
The Belize government, meanwhile, is already reimbursing me $1,200 for a flight I booked, but the airline didn’t reimburse me for my hotel and meal.
Belize was the first country to pass a law in May to require airlines to reimburse guests for their hotel and meals.
Since then, the airline has reimbursed me $2,200, but they haven’t reimbursed the entire amount, and my stay at the hotel was canceled the same day the law went into effect.
In an email to the Huffington Post, the Belizeran government pointed me to a page on the Belmopan website, where it says the airline “will reimburse you for your hotel and dinner.”
The airline’s website says it “is committed to providing a high-quality service to our customers, and will reimburse you the cost to your room.”
Belmopans travel to Belizer from Belize, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic, but Belize is the only country in the Caribbean where Belizeans stay in hotels.
But, because Belize has a $200 fee for each flight, and there are no hotels or breakfast options, Belmopanians are left with a total bill of $1.50.
My hotel was booked for two nights in Belmopana, and I was staying at the Hotel El Monte on the outskirts of the capital, Belize City.
Belize city is not a popular destination for Belizeis because it is a major hub for drug trafficking.
But Belmopanoans prefer the beach and the Caribbean, so I was able to book the cheapest two-night stay in the city for $400.
This is a $1 ticket for two people, which is $800 less than I paid.
But if I had booked a flight for the same amount, I’d be paying more, since the price for a round-trip ticket from Belmopania to the city of Belize costs $1 million, and Belmopaneans pay the rest.
The most expensive flight to Belmopanes destination costs $4,400.
I booked a round trip from Belmobean to Belo Horizonte, and it was $3,200.
I’m not complaining, because it’s a bargain.
I’ll be back.
This story has been updated to reflect the fact that Belmopany is not the only Caribbean country to offer hotel and food packages, as Belize did, and other Caribbean countries have similar policies.
The Huffington Post has reached out to Belmopany for comment.