“The Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area is a nature lover’s haven as it is home to a variety of wildlife including the elusive jaguar, deer, monkeys, and 392 species of birds. This sub-tropical moist forest is the largest private reserve in our county and is managed by Programme for Belize. The naturalist adventurer can choose from a trek to an unexcavated Mayan archaeological site, a hike on an educational plant trail, night excursions, canoeing, and awesome crocodile spotting adventures.”
Vladimir Rodriguez, manager of La Milpa Eco Lodge
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