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French Wildlife Photographer Captures Belize’s Beauty

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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

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360 Panorama of New River Lagoon

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! The New River Lagoon is Belize’s largest body of fresh water. Surrounded by a diversity of habitats ranging from broad-leaf forests to wetlands it supports a great diversity of wildlife and flora. Along the banks of this lagoon you’ll see the Maya Ruins of

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Andre’s Belize Vacation

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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

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Lamanai Maya Ruins

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Lamanai boasts a nearly vertical pyramid, soaring 112 feet into the rainforest sky, dating to the time of Christ… This mystical Maya ruin, located in northern Belize, had one of the longest histories known in the Maya world, being continuously occupied from 1500 BC to 1675 AD. It offers one of Belize’s largest ceremonial centers,

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Orange Walk District

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Diverse Ecology The Orange Walk District is filled with sights to explore and activities to enjoy. The main town (and second largest in Belize) is Orange Walk with 15,000 residents. Like the rest of northern Belize, it received an influx of Yucatec Mayas and Mestizos fleeing the Caste Wars in neighboring Mexico in the 19th

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