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Top 5 Places To Visit in Belize

Known as British Honduras until 1973, it’s not uncommon for Belize to be relatively unknown by travellers outside of the Americas. Yet this small nation, which was once a British colony, has come to the forefront…

February 12th 2020

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Party with the locals to celebrate lobster season in Belize

The laid-back islands and bohemian beachfront of Belize never go out of season, but if you want your small group adventure to include a unique celebration — and if you love seafood — June is the…

May 9th 2019

  • Belize
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With lionfish on your plate, there’s one less problem in the sea

When it’s meal time during your small group adventure to Central America, choose a new, tasty dish that will help the marine environment: exotic-looking lionfish. Native to the Indian Ocean and South Pacific, lionfish became a…

March 2nd 2019

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Detour underground for caving adventures in Belize

To the ancient Maya, caves served as sacred gateways to the underworld — Xibalbá — and the dark world beneath the forested surface of mainland Belize stands out for its eerie assortment of ceremonial centers hidden…

February 2nd 2019


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