Belize: 10 Astounding Natural Attractions

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Here are 10 astounding natural attractions in Belize According to Merriam-webster dictionary, Humans, as a race has always had a knack for building impressive edifices to house their most precious people, trinkets or beliefs in. It’s as though we have … Read more

Belize Destinations: 7 Underrated Places To Visit

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7 Underrated Belize Destinations In No Particular Order There’s a small army of activities to participate in when you’re in Belize, some of our other posts can give you detailed guides of the wheres and how-tos of Belize’s most premiere … Read more

The Wonderland that is the Belize Zoo!

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As with Chaa Creek’s Belize Natural History Centre, Chaa Creek Cares and our other projects, the Belize Zoo shows that true eco-tourism contributes to society and the environment while giving visitors the chance to reconnect with the nature. We all believe that the more people become familiar with the natural world, the more they’ll come to appreciate and protect it.

7 of Belize’s Most Impressive Attractions To Visit in 2017

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There is so much to see in Belize. Sun, sand and beach, tropical rainforests, mountains, extensive cave systems, the mostly unexplored remains of the ancient Maya civilization and it’s diverse cultures. We have compiled the top 7 impressive attractions in Belize just in time for your 2015 vacation.

The Orange Julia Butterfly

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The wing of this butterfly ranges from 83 to 92 mm and is colored orange with black markings. According to Chaa Creek Naturalist Guide David Juarez, the Orange Julia feeds on nectar from flowers and most of the time, they prefer the red or blue flowers.

Belize Photo of the Day: The Malachite Butterfly

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The Malachite is a neo tropical butterfly that has large wings that are black and brilliant green or yellow green on the upper sides and light brown and olive green on the under sides. Its name is derived from the mineral malachite which is similar in color to the bright green on the butterfly’s wings.