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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Glover Reef consists of 5 small quiet islands and a coral reef that is 18 miles (29 kilometers) long by 6 miles (10 km) wide. It is the southernmost coral atoll in Belize, sitting about 28 miles (45 km) east of Dangriga and Hopkins on the mainland.
Thousand Foot Falls: A Majestic Waterfall
Located deep within a nature reserve in western Belize, Thousand Foot Falls is the highest waterfall in all of Central America. A swift river descends over a granite cliff to descend more than 1,600 feet into a thickly forested natural wonderland.
Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary
Cabins, camp grounds, and play ground are available to guests who want to stay awhile, but the draw to the sanctuary are the hiking trails and beautiful waterfalls that offer the opportunity to see wild life in its own habitat.
Five Blues Lake National Park
Home to one of the most unique lakes to be found, Flue Blues Lake National Park centers around a lake that originally formed due to some sort of unknown blockage, that later became unblocked and allowed to lake to drain significantly. By 2010, however, the water level appeared to be on the rise again. The national park is popular for camping, birding, and hiking.