Weekly Round Up Of The Best Content On Belize

Here are the best and most popular articles on Belize that were published on the Internet for this week:

1.) Just in time for the season of giving, Upper Mountain Volunteer Fire Co. has announced it will be donating an ambulance to the town of San Pedro, Belize. More here: NY volunteer fire company donates ambulance to Belize

2.) On Wednesday the President of Costa Rica called Prime Minister Dean Barrow to make a request. He wanted to know if Belize could serve as an in transit bridge for some 4 thousand Cubans headed to the US and who are stranded off the coast of Costa Rica. More here: Belize weighs Costa Rican request for help with Cubans

3.) Here is a video of the day diving aboard the Sundancer II last January 2015. The video was shot with a Hero 4 Black along with a Sola Lighting Kit bought through backscatter.com. The footage was edited on Adobe Premiere while the other elements were completed in After Effects. The diving, service and experience were all fantastic!!! More here: Diving In Belize-Part 1-A Typical Dav of Diving

5.) Belize is at a juncture in its history where it must make wise decisions for its future and for the sustainability of the country’s economy. This, however, will require an understanding from the Belizean public of the serious current state of the country’s affairs and a commitment to make necessary sacrifices. More here: Belize’s Economic Outlook: Buckle Up For a Bumpy Ride

6.) A good sale to Belize for Winter travel. More here: Copa – $284: New York – Belize City, Belize. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

7.) At its cabinet meeting yesterday, the Belize government approved a policy that will legally ban offshore exploration in all seven areas that make up the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System World Heritage area. The decision will effectively exclude the entire World Heritage area from any future oil exploration and make the site consistent with the World Heritage Committee’s position that oil exploration is incompatible with World Heritage status. More here: Government of Belize bans offshore oil exploration at Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System World Heritage site

8.)Recent Eastern Kentucky University graduate Chase Barnes has made a long-term commitment to improving the lives of others. The Mt. Sterling native, who graduated in May with a degree in public health, is currently spending two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Belize, where he works as a rural health educator. More here; Recent Grad Making a Difference in Belize

9.) Copa Airlines, Panama’s leading airline, will have its inaugural flight touch down in Belize Tuesday, December 8th and will now be offering flights to Belize for its passengers as part of its expansion efforts. More here: Cahal Pech welcomes Copa Airlines inaugural flight to Belize

10.) Belize’s Maya Mountains (that cover much of the lower left quadrant of the country) sit atop caves and hidden rivers…places discovered and undiscovered.  Yesterday, starting in Ambergris Caye (and returning there in the same day), I hiked deep into the jungle, dropped 300 feet into a limestone sink hole and lived to tell the tale. More here: Belize’s Black Hole Drop: Leave The Chicken at The Top – San Pedro Scoop

11.) Belize real estate developers think more creatively than most, which is how beautifully-developed communities like Orchid Bay acquire their exotic names. Crystal waters, vivid flowers, trees and perpetual sun make this residential area one of the happiest places on earth, which is why the following 21 reasons to buy a home here are going to resonate with you. More here: 21 Reasons to Buy Real Estate in Belize

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May 18, 2018

Belize farm offers look into the world of spices

Toledo District, Belize — When vanilla begins to bloom in the summer months, farm workers at the Belize Spice Farm...
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May 17, 2018

What’s in My Daypack: Belize Edition

The items you stuff into your daypack for an exciting adventure can be critical. I just returned from Belize where...
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May 16, 2018

The Ultimate Travel And Diving Guide For Caye Caulker, Belize

Off the coast of Belize City lies a paradise for divers and backpackers alike in the form of the island...
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May 10, 2018

Peter Pan’s Neverland Found in Belize

What happens when a well-known YouTuber reports that they found “Neverland” in your country? You start a tourism campaign to...
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May 10, 2018

7 Must-See Ruins in Belize

Think only Mexico has Mayan ruins? Think again. Its neighbor to the south, Belize, boasts the largest number of ancient...
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May 10, 2018

Condé Nast Traveler

How to rent your own private island in Belize Further read Reads more: https://blurbhouse.com/CNTraveler/993089759852531712
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May 10, 2018

Belize’s Hidden Treasures

Our inaugural Belize’s Hidden Treasures tour was a wonderful immersion into the deep forests of Western Belize. Based at two...
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May 10, 2018

Traveling in Belize with Career Expert Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich

Back in 2014, career expert and content strategist Julie Hocheiser Ilkovich packed her bags and moved to Belize for 6...
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May 10, 2018

7-Night Solo Belize Trip From $317 With Flights & Beachfront Hostel

Belize offers stunning coastlines, incredible scuba and snorkeling opportunities, and plenty of sunshine. We've paired up cheap round-trip flights with...
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