The rainforests of Belize are some of the most pristine and secluded in the world and are home to an astonishingly varied mix of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects and birds. Tropical rainforests cover only 7% of the planet, yet harbour over 50% of the earth's species and are considered the oldest intact ecosystems on earth. Visit the untouched, remote rainforests of Belize's Deep South, or explore the easily accessible Mayflower Bocawina National Park.
We are delighted to share some happy news from Panthera Belize, an NGO dedicated to the conservation of the wild cats of Belize. Last winter, Panthera Belize set up trail cameras around the Mayflower Bocawina National Park to monitor the wildlife and they were able to capture some amazing wildlife footage, including the jaguars.