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June 26th, 2018
The Belize jungle covers more than half the mainland, a vast, untamed wilderness that is home to some of the most ecologically dense landscapes on the planet. But there's more to discover in the Belize rainforest than just wild animals and stunni...
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Maya Civilization in Belize

June 19th, 2018
The Maya Civilization in Belize No one is quite sure when the ancient Maya civilization first appeared, but archeologists believe that the first organized settlements were built in Central America starting around 2600 BC. Originating in what is no...
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June 13th, 2018
Christmas in Belize With an abundance of sunshine, warm weather, and old-fashioned holiday cheer, Christmas in Belize is truly something special. If you're looking to escape the winter blues and want to enjoy an amazing holiday vacation in Belize,...
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June 11th, 2018
September is a great time to come visit the little Central American nation of Belize. With fewer crowds but still plenty of warm sunshine, September in Belize is packed with holidays and celebrations. Some of the top celebrations in September ...
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June 11th, 2018
Far from the huge crowds and maddening thongs of popular attractions like Ambergris Caye, southern Belize is an oasis of undeveloped land, pristine nature, and wildlife. Seven large parks and numerous nature reserves protect the lush rainforests,...
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June 9th, 2018
  The town of Punta Gorda is gearing up for the Annual Battle of the Drums and Food and Fete Festival. This three-day, two-night festival is a celebration of Garifuna music and food heritage with dozens of top drumming groups competing fo...
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Placencia Belize Tours

June 6th, 2018
Placencia Belize Tours Placencia, in southern Belize, is one of the most popular destinations in the country. Home to golden sands, boutique cafes, and an idyllic Caribbean vibe, Placencia is a great place to visit for locals and international vis...
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