The Top 5 Wildlife Experiences in Belize
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The world’s second-largest barrier reef stretches 185 miles along the Belizean coast, from the northern tip of Ambergris Caye (a 20-minute plane ride from Belize City) to Sapodilla Cayes in the south. Throughout these diverse waters, divers and...
Oftencalled ATM Cave, Actun Tunichil Muknal (the Cave of the Crystal Maiden) is one of the most popular adventure excursions in Belize. Visitors hike dense jungle trails for an hour and a half to reach the mouth of the cave, then enter and wade...
Sport fishing fanatics flock to Belize, one of few places where you can fish a Grand Slam—bonefish, permit and tarpon—all in the same day. (Big-game fish like marlin, sailfish and kingfish are prevalent in deeper waters.) But that’s not all. With...
Lagarto Bank Rd, Belize
The sign along the dirt road entrance on the way to Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is clear: Beware of Jaguars Crossing. Spreading for 155 square miles, the only jaguar preserve in the world is also one of Belize's most gorgeous hiking...
Belize provides refuge for a fluctuating number of dazzling bird species—over 600 from one season to another. Keel-billed toucans, harpy eagles, blue-crowned motmots, and endangered scarlet macaws are just a few of the most sought-after sightings...
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