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5 Reasons to Head to Belize Right Now

Are you feeling the midwinter blahs? After the whirl of the holidays has ended, you may find it depressing to realize that the calendar still shows weeks of cold, gray weather ahead. If you want to get away, you’re in luck because you’ll get a warm welcome in sunny, friendly Belize. Winter is the perfect time to visit Belize. Here are five reasons to pack your flip-flops and your…

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things to see and do in belize

While Belize is home to many notable sites and experiences, here are five that everyone should check out when they come to this particular Central American country.

Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave

The “Cave of the Stone Sepulcher” is a deep, sprawling cave complex that has long been regarded as one of the most sacred sites on the planet by “National Geographic.” Contained deep within this site…

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Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

The beautiful Central American nation of Belize is jam-packed with fun things to do and interesting places to visit. However, no trip to Belize would ever be complete without spending some time in the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. 

Upon its founding in 1984, this beautiful piece of land became the first jaguar preserve in the entire world. It was chosen for this honor after an ecological…

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atm cave

Actun Tunichil Muknal cave has long been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Belize. If you are planning on taking a trip to this sacred site, there are a few things that you should be aware of:

1. You Will Need to Swim

In order to access the ATM cave, you will need to swim through the natural spring that sits in front of the cave…

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Ancient Fossilized Tooth Leads to New Findings About Belize

A discovery in Belize has cast new light on the country’s topography, revealing that thousands of years ago, it was an arid desert rather than the lush jungle that it is today.

Scientists recently discovered the fossilized tooth of a prehistoric giant sloth in the waters near the Belize Barrier Reef. The tooth belonged to a species of sloth that stood over four feet tall and lived in the…

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Top 17 things to see and do in Belize

Belize Points of Interest

Belize sits in Central America to the south of Mexico and is bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the east.

White sandy beaches, an eclectic mix of ecosystems and wildlife, colorful culture, and friendly people have made Belize a top tourist destination. Intrepid travelers to this English-speaking country will…

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