Belize is world renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, its ancient Mayan culture, and world heritage protected habitats.
The Belizean landscape is delightfully tropical: a warm and inviting mix of flora and fauna. Dotted by palm trees, frangipanis, and bougainvilleas, Belize’s beaches are sure to captivate the relaxed visitor, as well as those enjoying a Belize adventure tour. A Belize Adventure Tour to any part of the Maya Mountain Corridor, inudated with a rich and unique biodiversity profile, promises an adventure of a lifetime.
Home to more than 220 tree species and 350 species of birds, the Maya Mountain Range boasts roaming wildlife including jaguars, ocelots, marguays, Baird's tapirs, Morelet's crocodiles, and scarlet macaws.
Belize’s beaches line a marvelously diverse and ecologically protected environment attributing to its natural wonder and awe-inspiring landscape. Belize’s Barrier Reef is the longest in the Western Hemisphere. Snorkeling, scuba diving or even recreational fishing off the shores of Belize’s beaches guarantees an experience of crystal blue waters, teeming with a plethora of marine life. The citizens, while culturally diverse, remain committed to the land and unified to preservation of the natural resources