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Belize Zoo and Baboon Sanctuary Tour from Belize City
"An incredible array of Central America's wildlife can be found just a short scenic drive away from Belize City at the Belize Zoo. The zoo is home to an impressive array of large cats primates reptiles and birds giving you the opportunity to view Belize's prolific wildlife in one location. As an added bonus you'll see the famous sites of Belize City on the way!The Black Howler Monkey sanctuary was created in 1985 (in Belize black howlers are called ""baboons"" even though they have little in common with African Baboons) with funding from the World Wildlife Fund
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Belize City Tour and Belize Zoo
"An incredible array of Central America's wildlife can be found just a short scenic drive away from Belize City at the Belize Zoo. The zoo is home to an impressive array of large cats primates reptiles and birds giving you the opportunity to view Belize's prolific wildlife in one location. As an added bonus you'll see the famous sites of Belize City on the way!Belize City is the commercial capital of the country and is home to about 75000 people. You'll view the Colonial Governor's Mansion the redbrick St. John's Cathedral
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Belize Zoo and Xunantunich Day Trip by Air from Ambergris Caye
"After a shuttle ride to San Pedro Town and a 15-minute flight to Belize City from the San Pedro Ambergris Caye Airstrip enjoy a drive along the Western Highway to the Belize Zoo. After you arrive at this wildlife sanctuary your guide will help you spot native animals in natural-like habitats including five species of rainforest wildcat plus primates reptiles and more than 500 types of tropical bird. Afterward ride a short distance across the emerald green Mopan River by wooden ferry; the interesting hand-crank technology dates back to the 19th century. Keep an eye out for the huge green iguanas that sun themselves on the forested bank and scamper under the fo
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More Things to Do in Caye Caulker

Walking & Bike Riding around Belize

There are no cars on Caye Caulker. In fact the nice sandy roads and colourful buildings were the things that attracted me in the first place.Our Hotel had free bikes to ride so Jesse jumped on one and...
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aussirose
Dec 05, 2015

Visit the Forest & Marine Reserve!

I put 7 weeks of blood, sweat and tears, into this building. She withstood Chantel and stood proudly amongst the palms.Has anyone been there since? I'm desperate to get some new photos of the place...
trekforcebelize
Apr 04, 2011

Can't catch a tarpon? Go feed one!

Parnell is another one of Caye Caulker's popular fishing guides and lately he has taken to feeding tarpons in his backyard, and a whole bunch of them can now be seen swimming around his dock every...
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Jefie
Mar 15, 2011

A daytrip to Altun Ha - Part II

The Mayan site of Altun Ha is located about 50 km away from Belize City and it was first explored in the 1960s by Dr. David Pendergast of the Royal Ontario Museum, the same archeologist responsible...
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Jefie
Mar 15, 2011

A daytrip to Altun Ha - Part I

Two years ago when we first visited Caye Caulker, we went on an amazing excursion to the Mayan ruins of Lamanai. This time, we thought we'd visit the smaller site of Altun Ha, made famous partly...
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Jefie
Mar 15, 2011

A daytrip to the Mayan ruins at Lamanai - Part I

There are several archeological sites dating back to the Mayan era throughout Belize. After shopping around for a while, we decided to book a daytrip to Lamanai as this excursion also included a...
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Jefie
Mar 15, 2011
 
 
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Going cave tubing on the mainland

With more and more cruiseships adding Belize to their itinerary, there was an increasing need to offer more excursions and activities, and cave tubing really seems to be the new "it" thing to do in...
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Jefie
Mar 15, 2011

A visit to Belize City - Only if you must!

With a population of about 70,000, Belize City is the country's biggest city. Unless you're flying to Caye Caulker directly from the Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport, you'll have to travel...
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Jefie
Apr 10, 2009

A daytrip to the Mayan ruins at Lamanai - Part II

After lunch, we followed our guide through the Belizean forest. As we walked and admired the scenery, Carlos gave us lots of information about Lamanai. Lamanai means "submerged crocodile" and it is...
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Jefie
Feb 21, 2009

Caye Caulker Mini-Reserve

The town of Caye Caulker maintains a small (2 acres) nature reserve near the airstrip. It doesn't take very long to walk up and down the paths, but it allows you to discover some of the native trees...
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Jefie
Feb 21, 2009

Walk around the island

It's hard to get lost in a place where the three main streets are called Front Street, Back Street, and Back Back Street!! During my stay in Caye Caulker I guess it'd be fair to say that I almost...
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Jefie
Feb 20, 2009

Take a tour of San Pedro, La Isla Bonita!

After spending about a week in Caye Caulker we decided to hop on board the watertaxi to spend a day in San Pedro, the town that is rumored to have inspired Madonna's 80s hit "La Isla Bonita" (Last...
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Jefie
Feb 19, 2009

Caye Caulker Mini Reserve

The Mini Reserve is a small conservation area towards the south end of the island right by the airstrip. It is home to many of the floral species commonly found in Belize. There are a few nature...
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Babzz
Oct 12, 2006

The 'South End' of the Island

The southern end of the inhabited part of Caye Caulker consists of crocodile and bird-nesting areas that are still relatively undeveloped in comparison to the main part of town. As you leave the built...
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Bwana_Brown
Mar 15, 2006

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