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Boris Mannsfeld & Associates Placencia Belize real estate, has been professionally serving clients for many years. Real Estate Placencia is holding reputation as the top firm in real estate Placencia Belize, our dedication and loyalty to their clients ranks us best.
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Toledo Botanical ArboretumToledo,
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Cayo TabacoStann Creek, Cayo Tabaco
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Cayo Aguas del Sur Marine ReserveStann Creek, Stan Creek
With approximately 118,000 acres (47,750 hectares), Cayo Aguas del Sur is the largest marine reserve in Belize. In fact, it is one of the most accessible from the mainland, the western edge is located just 10 miles (16 km) from the coast. With lagoons, islands surrounded by palm trees and mangroves, the reserve is home to a wide variety of species. Visitors will find beautiful reef fish, manta rays and seabirds. Less common, but still possible to observe are sharks, manatees and crocodiles.
Blue Hole National ParkStann Creek,
This park has a lot to offer. Adjacent to a parking area, steps lead to the pool that gives the park name (not to be confused with the other blue hole on lighthouse reef. The stairway leads down through the forest, and birds can often already be seen resting on over-hanging vines, especially emerald green jacamars and blue-crowned motmots.
Villa PlacenciaStann Creek, Placencia
The beachfront reggae bars, the colorful pensions and a wide beach area attract tourists from the Placencia community. Located at the end of the 16 miles (28 kilometers) of the Placencia peninsula, this is the liveliest destination in the region. It offers restaurants, shops, nightlife, accommodation and tourist services.
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Government House BelizeBelice, Belize City
Built between 1854 and 1857 as a Her Majesty’s Prison while the area was still a British colony, it was a replacement for a wooden prison nearby. It was the Belize City Prison until 1993, when prisoners were then transferred to the Hattieville Prison In 2002, it was restored and renovated into a national museum.
Agua Caliente Luha Wildlife SanctuaryToledo,
The name may be slightly misleading -- there are no hot springs at Aguacaliente Wildlife Sanctuary -- this protected area is a great destination for birdwatcher and lovers of nature attraction in general.
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