The laws of Belize provides for exemptions from duties and taxes for items imported as accompanied baggage of a passenger that includes:
1) Wearing apparel, jewelry, toilet requisites and any portable article reasonably expected to be carried by him for his own private and personal use, and in the case of a passenger eighteen years old and over:
1(a) A passenger shall not be entitled to the exemption granted above in respect of alcoholic beverages or tobacco products in excess of the quantities specified in those shown above.
(b) A passenger returning from a visit to a neighboring border town or city shall not be entitled to the exemption granted above in respect of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products.
(c) A passenger may claim an allowance through an International Airport twice a year and once a month through other points of entry.
Exemptions under this item shall not apply to arms and ammunition
A Belizean family means a family where the husband or the wife is a citizen of Belize
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