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Whale Sharks in Belize

Whale Sharks in Belize In Belize, during the springtime, Whale shark frequently visit a unique area on the reef called Gladden Split. This Area, about 30 miles east of Placencia, is used by over 20 species of Caribbean fish to release their eggs. However, it is the eggs of the Black or Cubera snappers that the whale sharks show up on cue to feed on.   And, although you can find whal...

Sailing and Boating Near Belize

Sailing and Boating Near Belize  Sailing into Belize offers vacationers a chance to weigh their options and choose any of the country's major ports. Each year, many people travel to the Caribbean via yacht to take part in annual races or simply enjoy the winter sailing season.   Boat Trips and Day Sailing Party boats are a popular way for Belize's visitors to get out on the water f...

Jaguar Paw Adventure

Jaguar Paw Adventure  Jaguar Paw Adventure Outpost is located in Frank Eddie Village in the Cayo District. A few years back, it was known as The Jaguar Paw Jungle Reserve. The area is also known as Cave Branch Archaeological Reserve. Now Jaguar Paw is a part of the Nohoch Che’en Cave Branch Archaeological Reserve.   Jaguar Paw was the first tourism stake holder in Belize to offer ...

Amazing Atolls and Reefs

Amazing Atolls and Reefs   The reefs edging Belize's shores run approximately 174 miles parallel to the coast under only about a few feet of water. These far-stretching corals run as far as the Yucatan Peninsula all the way to the tip of Guatemala. Combined, all three of Belize's reefs are about 347 miles. As you head for more open waters, the steep sea walls drop off hundreds of feet into ...

Belize City Zoo

Belize city zoo  The Zoo began in 1983 when Sharon Matola started caring for animals that were left here after a movie and soon unwanted pets and injured animals were also donated to the Zoo.  Many of the residents are endangered species such as the Jaribu Stork, Scarlet Macaw, Jaguar, Margay, and black Howler Monkey. Shortly after the “backyard zoo” began, it was quickly realize...

Cultural Activities

Cultural activities  The Maya entertain tourists with storytelling, music and dance, craft lessons, and village tours. Spend one day or many days with a Maya family to learn more about their culture. Maya prepare a meal with crops freshly picked from the milpas. Work the fields with a Maya farmer. Hike to nearby caves and waterfalls, and ride in a dugout back to the village under the shade...

Fishing Near Belize

Fishing Near Belize  Belize offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities for vacationers   With hundreds of miles of fishing areas, Belize is an angler's paradise. Fish fans are attracted to the waters of Belize because of the varied types of fishing only the Caribbean Sea has to offer. Belize's aquatic ecosystem is rich with a diverse number of fish and excellent fishing grounds th...

Hiking and Camping

Hiking and camping  Hiking to Aguacaliente Southern Belize is criss crossed by trails connecting Maya villages, family farms (milpas), waterfalls and caves. The trails wind through second growth forest, past recently planted milpas and along the banks of tropical rivers. Monkeys will howl from high in the canopy, trogons will chatter 'krr-rr-rah-ah', and lizards will scurry through the de...

Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing  Fishermen who want to hook the bigger game fish should try the deeper waters of the briny Caribbean. The sea outside of Belize's barrier reef yields large fish like billfish, marlin, wahoo, dorado, and various kinds of sharks. Fishing the deep sea requires patience and strength. The wait will be well worth it once you hook one of these giant fish of the deep. But be prepa...

Horse Riding Tips for Beginners

Horse Riding Tips for Beginners  Horse riding is one of the best ways to see the beautiful scenery of Belize as you travel through the country. Whether you are riding through the forest or visiting the temples seeing our beautiful country on horseback is not to be missed.   An adventure on horseback requires different planning than a journey on foot. The distances are longer, the pa...

Monkey River Jungle Tour

Monkey river jungle tour  Easily the most popular river tour is the Monkey River. The Monkey River winds its way southeast from the Maya Mountains through dense jungle forest and mangrove swamp before emptying into the Caribbean Sea. It is a popular jungle river trip, well-known for its wildlife sitings, great tarpon fishing and jungle walk tours. Both day and night tours are offered from ...

River Tours

River tours  Exploring Joe Taylor Creek The nature of rivers is the flow of water, carrying rain, nutrients and life from highlands to the sea. During the journey from altitude to sea level, tropical rivers support an astonishing array of life.   The headwaters of most rivers lie deep within the Maya Mountains. Here the forest is dense, tall and mostly untouched. The water is cold,...

River and Sea Kayaking

River and sea kayaking  Whether floating past Mayan villages on quiet rivers or viewing manatee among the many cayes of the Port Honduras Reserve - kayaking is a great way to experience Southern Belize. Garifuna and Mayan peoples have paddled the waters of Toledo for centuries, fishing, hunting and traveling by dugout canoes. Seven major rivers drain the southern flank of the Maya Mountain...

Scuba Diving Near Belize

Scuba Diving Near Belize   The coral reefs and aquatic life of Belize make conditions for scuba diving and snorkeling ideal. The waters off the shores of Belize are home to one of the largest reef formations in the Northern Hemisphere. Belize's extensive coral reefs are second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.   The amazing and vibrant coral as well as its diverse ...

Snorkeling Around Belize

Snorkeling Around Belize   Snorkeling Sites If you're ready to explore what's below the surface you might enjoy visiting Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Part of the national park, this is a natural wonderland for snorkelers looking to explore an authentic underwater habitat. The cut is a channel that acts as a highway for fish swimming from one side of the reef to the other. This snorkeling ...

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