The Belize Districts encompass several towns and villages, all mixed with populations of various races and ethnicities ranging from Mayan, Garifuna, Creole, and Chinese. In spite of sharing the common bonds of history and culture, each district has been able to hold on to the distinct features that make their community unique.
Belize City includes the towns of Hattieville, Ladyville, San Pedro Town, and Caye Caulker, and the villages of Burrell Boom, Crooked Tree, and Gales Point.
Cayo District includes the town of Benque Viejo del Carmen and the villages of San Antonio Cayo Valley of Peace, St. Margret's, Roaring Creek, Albaina, and Spanish Lookout.
Corozal includes the towns and villages of Chunox, Consejo, Little Belize, Louisville, Patchacan, Progresso, San Joaquin and Xaibe.
Orange Walk District includes the towns and villages of Carmelita, Guinea Grass Town, San Estevan, San Jose, San Pablo, Shipyard, Indian Church, San Carlos and Trial Farm.
Stann Creek includes the port of Big Creek (the main port of Belize's banana industry), the peninsula and village of Placencia, the villages of Independence and Mango Creek and Mullins River, and the Garifuna village of Hopkins on the Sittee River.
Toledo includes the towns of Monkey River Town and Toledo Settlement, the villages of San Pedro Columbia and Silver Creek, and Blue Creek.