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[2 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

Enter the marine conservation organization “Blue Ventures” which is trying to create a market for the fish as a way to combat its negative effects on the reef. The conservation group is working on teaching fishermen how to catch and clean the species without getting stung with the right handling and processing techniques.

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[19 Mar 2014 | No Comment | ]

What country has the second largest reef in the World? The largest in the Western Hemisphere? The World’s largest atolls? Surprise, surprise, it’s that tiny Caribbean/Central American jewel, Belize.

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[9 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
Chasing the winter blues and rekindling love – our Belizean love affair

The days were heavenly and the nights just magical. By the time we had to say goodbye we were like two teenagers in love again, and arrived back home refreshed and feeling able to cruise through the rest of the winter. Our friends all commented on our tans and how happy we looked (our new expertise at making mango daiquiris no doubt adding to their enthusiasm) and I’ll always be grateful for that night we decided to try Belize. To steal a line from the movie Casa Blanca, this is the start of a beautiful relationship, and a major addition to ours.

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[23 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]
I’d literally give anything to come back to Belize

Last spring break I went on an alternative spring break trip to San Ignacio, Belize with twelve other members from my school for a writing class. We came and volunteered at ProWorld for two weeks. The experience I had in those two weeks put my college years to shame. It’s different going from hopping from party to party to hopping from waterfall to river to Mayan ruin. I can tell you one thing for sure, sitting on top of Xunantunich was the most I’ve ever felt alive. An emotional void had been filled in me, and I knew that’s where my heart would reside.

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[7 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]
Belize is my favorite place in the whole world!

Belize is my favorite place in the whole world! My love affair with Belize began when my brother-in-law got married and they chose Ambergris Caye as the place they wanted to have their wedding. Needless to say, with the white sand beaches and beautiful deep blue waters, their wedding was picture perfect and provided us with some gorgeous photos and wonderful memories.

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[5 Sep 2010 | One Comment | ]
Rainforest & Reef Vacation Sweepstakes #13

A trip to Belize with a stay at the The Lodge at Chaa creek would be a dream vacation for my wife and I. We are seriously involved in bird education and rescue and going to Belize would give us an opportunity to see parrots and other birds in their natural habitat. Staying at one of the most highly regarded and awarded Belizean eco resorts would be a dream come true. We have researched such vacations extensively and so far have been unable to afford one, although we have a plan in place to pay off our debt and take such a vacation in a few years.

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[12 May 2010 | No Comment | ]
The Sea Horse! (Belize Barrier Reef)

By Future Perfect Travel
Another unique animal,the Sea Horses has the head of a horse with a tube-shaped snout, pouch of a kangaroo and tail of a monkey; they resemble the capital letter “S.” They are a vertebrate fish growing that grow 6-12 inches in size. There are many species in many colors. They curl their tail around vegetation, rock and coral to hold themselves in place; they also float free over grass and on the …

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[23 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Family Holidays: Eco Summer Holiday Adventure in Belize with Reef and Rainforest Tours

Chaa Creek Summer Camp is aimed at parents with 7-15 year olds and offers an interactive educational experience with a focus on learning about biodiversity and natural resource conservation as well as the history of the ancient Maya and traditional healing. The six night / seven day programme runs from 18 to 24 July at Chaa Creek in Belize, set on a private 365-acre nature reserve along the banks of the Macal River in the foothills of the Maya Mountains.