Experience less of a float trip, more of an adventure. Cave tubing in Belize puts you on the lookout for crocodiles, iguanas and howler monkeys. You float past limestone and crystal formations where ancient Maya people once worshipped.
Its almost perfect circular shape made it very popular amongst tourists who often visit this place. This place is most attractive for scuba divers who are exploring the depths of this hole. It is known that there are a plenty of cave networks in this place. Divers are also attracted with plenty of rare animal species and forms of life which can be found only in this place.
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Placencia’s sandy beach, Placencia Tim Rock Lonely Planet Photographer© Copyright Lonely Planet Images 2011
The boat-billed heron is commonly known as the boatbill and lives in mangrove swamps from Mexico south, Belize, Peru and Brazil. It is nocturnal and its bill seems to be extremely sensitive and opens at the merest touch, drawing in water and prey.
Set sail for the challenge of Belize, a unique treasure in the sailing world. As an expert sailor, you’ll be challenged by stiff winds, strong currents and the Belize Barrier Reef; hidden coral heads make navigation tricky. Sail along or book crewed charters in Belize City, the cayes and Placencia. Whether on a private vessel making port, or arriving by way of air or land…
Located on the coast of the Caribbean Sea in Central America, the Placencia Peninsula is an ideal Caribbean getaway with subtropical weather moderated by sea breezes and average year round day and night time temperatures of 75-80°F (24-27°C). The Caribbean Sea water temperature also stays around 80°F (27°C) year-round.
In this blog post we will feature the National Bird of Belize – The Keel-billed Toucan. The Keel-billed Toucan is a colorful Latin American member of the toucan family and is also the national bird of Belize. Known as the “bill bird” locally, the bill of this bird is vivid and is composed of the following colors: yellow, orange, red, green and black.
A feature attraction of diving in Belize, Especially for divers with an appreciation of geographical phenomena, is the opportunity to explore the famed Blue Hole. Part of the Lighthouse Reef System, it lies approximately 60 miles off the mainland out of Belize City. It is one of the most astounding dive sites to be found anywhere on earth, right in the center of Lighthouse Reef…