Marie-France Grenouillet visited Belize recently and captured the country’s diverse wildlife with her camera. Take a journey through her photographer’s eye and see Belize’s jungles like you’ve never seen them before! In Marie-France’s Own Words My impression of Belize – so small and so “generous” … I had the chance to go to Belize last
Sam is a PADI Course Director and owner of Sam’s Skin n Scuba Dive Shop in Kansas City. He and a group of intrepid divers recently took a week long trip on the Belize Aggressor III live-aboard to dive Belize’s Reef and Coral Atolls. Sam brought along his underwater camera and captured his amazing journey
My wife and I chose Belize for our honeymoon because of all it has to offer: beaches, scuba diving, fishing, archaeology and wildlife. We started in San Ignacio Town (Cayo District), where we toured the Maya pyramids of Caracol, swam at Big Rock Waterfall, explored Rio Frio Cave and spelunked the ATM Cave (our favorite).
Diane and a group of 6 adventurous friends arrived in Belize on the Grand Princess Cruise Ship. They wanted to do the cave tubing shore cruise excursion but were a bit hesitant about the caves. Diane said, “Some of us in the group are a bit claustrophobic!” After being assured that it was a very
Danielle and Josh planned an unforgettable Belize vaction to celebrate their 10 year anniversary. They stayed the first few nights in the Cayo District where they explored Maya ruins, went cave tubing and flew through the jungle canopy on zip lines. They then headed to Caye Caulker to relax by the sea for the rest
I was born and raised in Belize City. My backyard was the beautiful Caribbean Sea and lush jungles. As a kid, I remember taking picnic trips to deserted islands, and diving for conch to make fresh ceviche. Going on horseback rides in the jungle or boating up rivers was always a thrill. When I got
Sarah and Ben spent a week exploring the jungles of the Cayo District and then relaxing on the beaches of Placencia. Some of the sites they visited during their Belize vacation included the Maya Ruins of Caracol, the ATM Cave and the Silk Cayes. In Sarah’s own words, “We wanted to take a special trip to a
Andre Walther recently visited Belize all the way from Germany. Along with his girlfriend they explored the jungles of Orange Walk and Cayo. Then they moved on to the island of Caye Caulker to relax for a few days and snorkel the Barrier Reef. Some of the sites they visited during their vacation included the Maya Ruins of
Edie Craddock recently visited Placencia with a group of 11 intrepid divers to dive with majestic whale sharks at Gladden Split. During their vacation they also dived the Barrier Reef, visited Laughing Bird Caye, explored Monkey River and relaxed in sleepy Placencia Village.
Bruce and Gita Smith tied the knot recently in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. They had a beautiful sunset wedding right on the beach. Kay Scott did an excellent job at capturing their special day in this series of photographs.