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Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins

Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins: So Close, You Can Walk Here! The contrast between yesterday and today is remarkable: One can literally stroll between lively, modern San Ignacio Town to an…

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Hiking Victoria Peak in Belize

Victoria Peak is the second-highest point in Belize and is the country’s smallest (in terms of area) protected conservation area. Measuring in at 3,688 feet (1,124 meters) high, Victoria Peak…

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Ranguana Caye

Ranguana Tropical Island Experience In a country with hundreds of offshore islands, few can compare in beauty and tranquility than Ranguana Caye. Measuring just two acres in size, Ranguana Caye…

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The Chiquibul National Park in Belize
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The Chiquibul National Park

Belize is best known for its fantastical shoreline, barrier reef, beaches and the high-end resorts located along the oceanfront, but within the interior lie spectacular primeval forests that are not…

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Lamanai Mayan Ruins: The Crocodiles Don’t Bite at this Ancient Ceremonial Center

Visit Lamanai Maya Ruins on your vacation To understand how insightful the Mayans who built Lamanai were before the name Submerged Crocodile was bestowed upon this 958.5 acre spread by…

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A Belize Secret Worth Discovering: Five Blue Lakes National Park

When a nation as small as Belize is home to an embarrassment of natural riches–the barrier reef, Blue Hole, Maya ruins and a unique culture that’s a melting pot of…

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Southwest Caye in Belize

Belize is home to hundreds of amazingly beautiful offshore islands, and one of the finest of them all is Southwest Caye (“caye” is pronounced “key”.) Southwest Caye is, ironically, located…

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Seine Bight
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The Village of Seine Bight in the Placencia Peninsula of Belize

Seine Bight is a small village located about halfway up the Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize. Seine Bight is home to approximately 1,000 people, primarily belonging to the Garifuna culture,…

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Southern Highway in Belize
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The Southern Highway in Belize

Running from Dangriga in Stann Creek District to Punta Gorda and beyond in Toledo District, the Southern Highway is one of the major thoroughfares in Belize. Entirely paved along its…

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Easter 2020: 8 Amazing Belize Getaways Ideal For A Family Trip

Celebrate Easter in Belize Easter is one of the best times to visit Belize. A major four-day holiday combining warm weather, picnics, religious observance, and exciting sporting events, Belize is…

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National Bird of Belize
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The National Bird of Belize

The national bird of Belize is the keel-billed toucan (Latin name: ramphastos fulfuratus), one of the most recognizable birds in the world thanks to decades of being used as a mascot…

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Benque Viejo del Carmen in Belize
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Benque Viejo del Carmen Town

Widely known simply as “Benque” to locals, Benque Viejo del Carmen is the westernmost population center in Belize. Situated a mile from the Guatemalan town of Melchor de Mencos, Benque…

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