Leading Conservation Work in Belize Since 1987

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Half Moon Caye National Monument
Island Expeditions conservation work in Belize started 30 years ago.  In the first years of running paddling trips we recognized that we could not take for granted the remarkable abundance of pristine habitats and wildlife that we have been have so fortunate to make a part of your trip experience. 

Share Your Belize Trip Photos and Stories

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Celebrating 30 Years at Island Expeditions
The Final Week To Enter Your Belize Trip Photos and Stories for Island Expeditions’ 30 Year Celebrations

2017 is an important milestone for Island Expeditions as it marks our 30th Year of offering adventures in Belize. As part of the celebrations, we asked guests to help tell the story of our journey in Belize over the last 30 years, by sharing their trip photos and stories. The last 4 months have been truly amazing hearing from all our recent guests and ones from over the years. 

EcoTourLinQ By Deborah Regen “Spotlight: Interview with Island Expeditions - Belize”

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Jaguar at Belize Zoo
As we continue to celebrate our 30th Year Anniversary, we wanted to share this interview with Island Expeditions Founder, Tim Boys.

Celebrating 30 Years at Island Expeditions: Your Belize Stories and Photos - Part 3

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Sunrise at Southwest Caye, Glovers Reef
We are in the final month for the 30th Year Anniversary celebrations!  Over the past four months we have been thrilled, inspired and blown away by all the incredible stories and photos we have received. Thank you to all of you who have helped share our story, about the 30 years we have been offering everyone amazing adventures in Belize.  Here’s to the next 30 years!

5 Ways to Explore the Mayflower Bocawina National Park

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Waterfall in the Mayflower Bocawina National Park, Belize
The Mayflower Bocawina National Park is located in the southern district of Stann Creek, Belize. It is approximately a 17 mile drive from Dangriga and 12 miles from the Garifuna village of Hopkins. Established as a national park in 2001, this beautiful area offers over 7000 acres of pristine tropical rainforest, waterfalls and evidence of an ancient Mayan City.