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10 Reasons why you shouldn’t miss a Belize Vacation

The tiny Central American country that is Belize is known for its UNESCO world heritage site, the great Belize Barrier Reef that happens to be the world’s second largest reef system in the world. Apart from that it was also listed as one of the world’s top happiest places by the Happy Planet Index. If you don’t already know what a Belize Vacation is like, here are 10 of many more reasons why you should visit this Caribbean paradise.

Mouth Watering Belizean Delicacies You Must Try!

Belize’s culinary practices reflects the country’s multiethnic society and rich history. When you combine the numerous elements in Belizean cooking – from early Maya civilizations through to the British colonists, the vivacious African influences, the attempted Spanish conquest, the Mennonite farming communities and the more recent arrival of many other cultures and you have a recipe for something very extraordinary indeed.

Belize – A Rewarding and Authentic Destination

Belize is a rewarding, authentic destination for travelers in search of unique, intimate experiences in a Caribbean/Central American getaway. A Belize vacation will stir your soul, expand your mind and change your life. Serenely situated in one of the last unspoiled places on earth, you can easily tour Belize’s rain forests, dive the Western Hemisphere’s largest barrier reef or explore mystical Maya temples – all during…

The National Agriculture & Trade Show 2013

Don’t miss the chance to mingle and enjoy one of the largest 3-day events of Belize, this May 3rd – 5th, 2013, held in the country’s Capital, Belmopan. With an expected 32,000 attendees, this event is geared toward all ages, and has developed over a period of years, into a show of the diversity in Belize.

La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge 2013

Start the tradition as this event celebrates its 15th Anniversary this March 11th, 2013! La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge was designed in recognition of Belize’s Ancient Maya settlers’ historic usage of the rivers to travel and transport goods throughout the country. This race was created by Richard Harrison of Big-H Enterprises as a means of uniting different groups consisting of professional and amateur racers in a fun and enduring match, for the records!

National Bird of Belize – The Keel-billed Toucan

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.