Portfolio Category: Destinations

Caye Caulker

Located approximately 20 miles north-northeast of Belize City, Caye Caulker is a beautiful island made of limestone coral. Packed with a number of hotels, restaurants and shops, Caye Caulker has recently become quite popular among tourists and foreigners alike. It is called “the Island of the Cocoplum” in Spanish. Two theories support why Caye Caulker…
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Bluefield Range

Surrounded by beautiful Central American jungles and astonishing Caribbean Sea, Belize is packed with adventures, beauty, and culture. With half a mile of coastline, Belize has numerous cayes and islands. Set some 21 miles away from Belize City, there is a fertile coastal island with mangrove swamps – Bluefield Range. Bluefield Range is little more…
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Aqua Caliente

Aqua Caliente is a wildlife sanctuary located in the center of Toledo District of Belize. Set on 5,492 acres of lowland, Aqua Caliente boasts three lagoons, limestone hills, two hot springs, broadleaf forests and marshlands. It has beautiful broadwalks and trails, but can also be explored from water via canoing. Aqua Caliente National Park is…
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Goff’s Caye

Goff's Caye is a small island located just off the shore of Belize City. It can be easily accessed via boat, catamaran and or yacht.. Goff's Caye is only about 1.2 acres of sand and is registered as archaeological site due to its Colonial era settlement. It is not a private island, and Coastal Zone…
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Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Hol Chan Marine Reserve is the Mayan name for “little channel.” Located off the southern tip of Ambergris Caye, this sanctuary was officially established in 1987. The entire reserve is a natural cut through the Belize Barrier Reef, which is a little more than 23m wide, 9m deep, and about 4 miles southeast of San…
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Biotopo Chocon Machacus

The 17,790-acre Machacas Chocón biotope is a wonderful protected nature reserve located to the east of Guatemala in the town of Livingston. It was declared a protected area in 1989 with the aim to preserve the endangered Caribbean manatee, forests and basins of the Chocón river. The part of this river meets with the Rio…
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Placencia

Placencia is a long narrow peninsula located on the Caribbean coastline of Southern Belize. With a charming lagoon in the west and Maya Mountains on the mainland, this gorgeous emerald island is a true beach-holiday strip in Belize. It has 16 miles of sandy beaches, perfectly laid-back ambiance, varied luxurious accommodations and some of the…
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Quiriguá

Quiriguá is home to some of the most glorious and prolific monuments and sculptures ever built by the ancient Mayan community. Located near Motagua River in Guatemala, Quiriguá boasts beautiful pyramids, terraces, and stairways that were built under the rule of K'ak' Tiliw Chan Yopaat, between 724 and 785 AD. The Archaeological Park and Ruins…
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Rendezvous Caye

Rendezvous Caye is one of Belize’s pristine gems. It is privately owned and located about halfway between Dangriga and Belize City. Rendezvous Caye is situated between Middle Long Caye and Bluefield Range. This little piece of tropical heaven is a tiny island with palm trees and some shade shelters. Since it is located right on…
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Rio Dulce River

Approximately 30 miles long, the Río Dulce river connects Lake Izabal to the Caribbean Sea. The river has a "lake-like" stretch at its widest point known as El Golfete. Known as “Sweet River” in Spanish, Rio Dulce river has become a popular cruising sailboat destination in Guatemala, and also an economical retirement location for expatriates.…
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