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Ocean Conservation Belize - The Demon Queen of Plastic

Beautiful Belize is not immune to plastic pollution and sadly plastic washes ashore even to this most pristine location. Guest and friend Maury Eldridge joined us at our Lighthouse Reef Basecamp on Half Moon Caye this March. We wanted to share Maury's words and his wonderful poem about his experience helping the war on plastic.

5 Tips for Organizing a Family-Friendly Belize Itinerary

With Spring Break and Easter around the corner, now is the time to plan a trip to Belize and experience this perfect family vacation destination. 

Here are 5 Tips for Creating a Great Itinerary in Belize with Kids:

1. Find Family-Friendly Accommodation

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Perceptive Travel - Tim Leffel "Kayaking Around Specks in the Ocean in Belize"

We're delighted to share this article which appeared recently in the Perceptive Travel online magazine. Travel writer Timothy Scott Leffel went on our Glover's Reef Adventure trip in March 2018. 

Read all about Tim's adventures staying at our Glover's Reef Basecamp on Southwest Caye. He packed in a lot of adventure during his stay in Belize including hand line fishing, snorkeling by flashlight, kayak sailing and more!

Norm Hann: Paddling with Passion in Belize

Norm Hann, one of North America’s leading stand up paddleboard (SUP) instructors will be joining us again this winter in Belize for the Coral Islands SUP trip and an all-new trip for this season on the Glover's SUP Adventure and Skills Camp.

We wanted to share this recent blog post from Norm. Learn more about Norm's extensive background in SUP, his passion for Belize, local culture and conservation. 

Dangriga, Belize - Celebrating Garifuna Settlement Day

This weekend in the coastal town of Dangriga, (where our Belize office is located), there will be lively celebrations on every street corner.  The weekend will be filled with parades, live music, drumming, dancing and traditional Garifuna food. On the morning of November 19th, people will cheer on the re-enactment of the arrival of the first Garifuna in Belize.

Visiting Belize in November

November is a wonderful month to visit Belize. Although the rainy season still lingers in early November, by the end of the month the dry season has often arrived. 

Find out more about visiting Belize in November, including information on events, weather and some fascinating mythology on Huracan, the Mayan God of Storm.

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