The Top 10 Birds to See in Belize

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Jabiru Stork at the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary in Belize
Belize is home to some of Central America’s most spectacular bird species, as well as the largest tracts of protected rainforest.  With over 600 documented species, Belize is the ideal place to cross off species on your lists, or simply enjoy spending time in nature.  Even if you’re just beginning your journey into birding, Belize is a great place to start.  

8 Unique Things To See And Do In The Belize Rainforest

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Things to See and Do In Belize - Belize Zoo Monkey
Visiting the inland rainforests and mountains of Belize is a wonderful way to discover another side of this diverse and beautiful Central American country. The rainforests of Belize are home to numerous exotic birds, incredible wildlife and ample opportunities for adventure from hiking to ziplining. 

To help get you inspired, we thought we would share some ideas for things to see and do in the tropical rainforests of Belize:

Best Belize Island for Walk-in Beach Snorkeling

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Half Moon Caye Belize Snorkel Sites
Few islands in Belize offer walk-in snorkeling from the beach, but Half Moon Caye is one unique location that does. This crescent-shaped caye is located on the Lighthouse Reef Atoll, a protected marine reserve and UNESCO World Heritage Site . This remote and pristine caye has world class walk-in snorkeling sites right from its beaches.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Belize in April

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Springtime at Bocawina Rainforest Resort, Belize
April is a great time to visit Belize with ideal weather conditions, local events to experience over Easter and a prime time to explore both the reef and rainforests. 

Here are our top 5 reasons why you should visit Belize this spring:

Belize Weather in the Spring

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Belize

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Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Belize
Belize has hundreds of archaeological sites covering the entire country, including a number of well-known ones, and some that still remain unexplored.  

Archaeologists believe that Belize was at one time the centre of the ancient Maya world. The Maya Empire evolved around 350 BC in the lowlands of Belize and northern Guatemala and reached its height from 250 A.D. to 900 A.D.  Today, the ancient Maya civilization can be rediscovered by visiting one of the many Mayan ancient ruins. 

Meet the Team at the Island Expeditions Office in Dangriga, Belize

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Island Expeditions Guides Belize
We want to introduce you to our amazing and talented team at the Belize Operations Base in Dangriga.  The team in Belize are integral to the logistics and activities of your trip. They help with in-country transportation, hotels, organising room configurations, assisting with rentals of snorkel equipment or kayaks for our self-guided trips, organising food orders and special dietary needs, guest services, hospitality and much more!

The Top 5 Most Romantic Places to Stay in Belize

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Hammock time at Glover's Reef Basecamp on Southwest Caye
For newlyweds or couples searching for a romantic getaway, Belize is a dreamy destination. Romance can be found everywhere, from beautiful beach sunsets on remote cayes, relaxing spa treatments in luxurious jungle resorts and adventure on or under the water. 
 
Here is our insider's guide to the most romantic places to stay in Belize:

1. Victoria House Resort & Spa

Cultures of Belize: The Garifuna People

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Cultures of Belize: The Garifuna People
Since 1987 when we first took guests to experience the wonder of Belize, we had an immediate connection with the people and culture. To this day, we still continue to have a special interaction with the Mayan, Creole and Garifuna people of Belize both through our adventure trips and with our incredible Belizean guides.

Here we look at the fascinating Garifuna culture and how the people of Belize celebrate Garifuna life through song, dance, music, language, food, dress and fantastic costumes:

A Guide to What You Can See While Snorkeling in Belize

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Snorkeling in Belize
The Belize Barrier Reef, which runs the full length of the Belizean coastline, is considered one of the richest marine ecosystems on Earth.  There are miles upon miles of shallow protected waters with thousands of patch reefs, ideal for all levels of snorkelers to experience.  

Exploring the Actun Chechem Ha Cave System

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Actun Che Chem Ha Cave Belize
For 2018, we’ve added a new experience to our much loved Glover's Reef & Mayan Caves Belize trip itinerary.  At the beginning of this Belize adventure, guests can now look forward to visiting the ancient Mayan ruins at Xunantunich and exploring a unique archaeological cave at Actun Che Chem Ha.

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