Belize

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BELIZE

Rich in ecology and culture, Belize has become a leader in eco-tourism with a large percentage of natural resources untouched and protected from human development. Visitors will experience natural beauty and authentic Belizean culture among the lush rainforests and on the pristine islands. The Belize Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the second largest barrier reef in the world. It is made up of islands and coral reefs that offer a stunning array of fish and marine life. With its Mayan roots and British and Caribbean characteristics, Belize is a country that celebrates its diverse cultural influences. This is reflected in the cuisine, language, and native traditions that visitors will encounter. Belize adventures offer a large amount of relaxation, fun, and excitement!

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Adventure Spotlight – Mayflower Bocawina National Park

Mayan ruins, epic waterfalls, lush rainforest – Mayflower Bocawina National Park in the Maya Mountains of Belize is the explorer’s paradise. Located on the eastern side of the mountain range with views of the Caribbean Sea, this park is one of Belize’s...

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Adventure Spotlight – The Great Blue Hole of Belize

From aerial views, the Great Blue Hole of Belize is exactly that – a massive, circular abyss of sapphire water. Considered to be a “bucket-list” item of Belize, the Great Blue Hole is an ancient sinkhole made by the collapse of a cavern tens of thousands...

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Travel Antarctica Q&A: Captain Jens Köthen

How often do you get to meet a sea Captain in the desert? This week we had the opportunity to sit down with Captain Jens Köthen of the expedition yacht Hanse Explorer to talk about his favorite destination in the world: Antarctica. For the past ten years, Captain Jens...

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