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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 Zoo Tour from San Ignacio
"You will be picked up from your hotel in San Ignacio and driven to the Belize Zoo for about an hour. Once you arrive you will be introduced to the person who is in charged of the zoo and receive a brief introduction about the place. You will tour the zoo for about 1 and a half  hours and look at the different animals. The guide will provide infor you will sit and have lunch before going back to San Ignacio. """"The Belize Zoo is located an hour away from San Igancio. You will be able to see all the different animals (Belize’s national animals: the Tapir and the Toucan) Birds Mammals Reptiles and Amphibians. After seeing all animals you can sit and have lunch before returning to San Ignacio."
From $75.00
 
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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falling stones butterfly farm.

we found this place after leaving the mayan ruins of labaantun .it was on the same road.we drove up a side road (4wheel drive needed)which went up all the way .and looked like it would dead end at anytime but finnally made it to the fallenstones hotel .the hotel was for sale at the time and not in operation but the butterfly farm is . a guide gave us a tour of the grounds and there are some good views from the hotel .you can see the highest point in belize from here i don't know what the name is but it is 13 feet higher than victoria peak,which was thought to be the highest.the butterfly farm is small and it dosn't take a long time to see but they let you inside there breeding area and you get covered with blue morpho butterflies it is a good place for photos .

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Nov 16, 2003

Black Howler Monkey

Black Howler Monkey - affectionately called 'baboons' by the locals. Within an area of 20 square miles, the Community Baboon Sanctuary combines dense jungle with farmland, and small village life. The Black Howler Monkey is the largest monkey in the Americas, found only in a small section of Central America. The total howler monkey population within the sanctuary is about equal to that of the humans-at 1000-1500 each! Here you will also sight numerous birds and other wildlife.

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Mar 24, 2003
 
 
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Snorkel

The Coral gardens are one of the top snorkelling spots. their is intricate coral formations here along with abundant tropical fish and an occasional Moray eel. The area is an about 45 minute boat ride...
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Tips that refer to places other than Belize City

There are several unique and fascinating things to do in Belize. One of the most unique is the river cave tubing; if we ever return to Belize, this type of day trip is definitely on my list! If you...
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Xunantunich

Xunantunich was one of my favourite Mayan ruins in Belize. Unlike most of the other ruins I was able to investigate this large ruin on my own, so I could climb up and down the large pyramids and tombs...
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Caving

We used cavetubing.BZ for cave tubing from our cruise ship. We got the 1st tender off the ship as instructed and followed their instructions to find the guide. The owner's son, Vitalino Jr., was our...
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Split

The Split is a channel between the North and South Cayes ( the north caye is mostly uninhabited). Its the only real swimming/ snorkelling spot on the island and even here currents can be strong....
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Belize Zoo

If you get a chance to check out Belize Zoo outside of Belize City, be sure to leave your mark on the wall here. The cost is about 2.75 USD, 5.00 in Belize Dollars. The money goes to donations for the...
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