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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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See the Manatees

These curious mammals will come right up to the boat, where one can take pictures or simply view them. It is guaranteed that you will enjoy, learn and appreciate about the manatee on this trip.It was...
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kyoub
Apr 04, 2011

Pick a Caye and have fun

I visited 3 cayes while in Belize. Ambergris Caye where I got married and enjoyed more of the upper level of accommodations. Went scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing from here. Also did some sea...
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FireMike
Dec 27, 2006

Ride around the islands

The islands are small but exploring them by renting a golf cart can be a fun way to see the island in a short time. Cost is apx $25-30 a day but it is worth it. The bike tires don't hold up well on...
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EGitan
Mar 06, 2005

Snorkle with the Sharks

It was a windy day and finding a boat to take us out to the reef was quite a challenge but we managed. Many companies specialize in diving and snorkling trips some of which take many hours or only a...
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EGitan
Mar 06, 2005

Half Moon Caye and The Blue Hole

I forgot I had black and white film in the camera that day,this picture doesn't do justise to the place. We stopped here for lunch during our trip to the blue hole.Ther is an excellent area to snorkel...
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Foundryman1
Jan 13, 2005

Watch out for the crabs

When we were returning late at night from the restaurant to our hotel, we passed some huge crabs which were scared of us.They stood on their back tails ans refused to let us pass.We had to leave the...
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chrisvandenbroucke
Mar 09, 2004

Scuba anywhere on the...

Scuba anywhere on the second largest living coral reef in the world. Visit the Mayan ruins at Lamani while the archeologists are working there. Fish for bonefish in the flats. Walk the streets of...
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MrGED
Sep 08, 2002

The fishing village of San...

The fishing village of San Pedro.Hard to miss, as it is the only inhabited area on the island. The town is clustered with wooden houses, some with Mexican decor, others Caribbean, and some still...
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kucha
Sep 07, 2002

Half Moon Caye

This is a National Park out past Lighthouse reef. There is one person at the park who collect the entrance fee. The beaches are clean, the water is a sparkling blue/green and there is a Red Footed...
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paulscuba
Aug 26, 2002

Another picture of the lighthouse

I've always liked this picture so I decided to post it as well.I just looked at the pic again and it's sideways and the computer won't let me rotate it for some reason-My apologies. I'll fix it later ...
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Foundryman1
Jan 15, 2005

Another picture of Half Moon Caye

You can camp here but it's very primitiveBring your own food and water-no services.The outhouses were...well...outhouses
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Foundryman1
Jan 13, 2005

Swimming around mangrove trees

You can go swimming around and between large mangrove trees.Beware of the strong currents, it's no place to go swimming with little children
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Mar 09, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Belize

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Snorkel

This preserve is along a break in the barrier reef that protects the Belizean coast. That break allows many deep sea predators and other fish such as sharks, rays and turtle to come into the calmer...
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Tips that refer to places other than Belize City

The Cays are a must see if you can afford to spend a night or two. Brodies off of Albert Street - It has everything and then some that you can imagine. Water Taxi - That's always a great things to do...
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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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