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Sprinkled by ancient Mayan ruins, blessed with stunning beaches, dense jungles and punctuated by the awe inspiring Blue Hole, Belize packs a lot into its relatively compact size. As the youngest and one of the safest Central American countries, Belize further expands its appeal with English as the official language, making travel throughout a generally easy endeavour. Read more about Belize
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The Caribbean Sea and the world's second longest coral reef is without a doubt Belize's biggest draw, and rightfully so. Extending down from Mexico's Mayan Riviera and spanning the nation's entire coast, the Belize Barrier Reef, and its more than 500 species of fish and over a 100 varieties of coral, creates a virtual underwater playground for divers and snorkelers alike. The incredible visibility allowed by the warm, crystal clear sea make sightings of sea turtles, reef sharks, lobsters and many other creatures common place and regularly attracts divers from around the world.
Since its independence, Belize has pushed a strict conservation agenda and inland, nature reserves, sanctuaries and protected parkland are brimming with local and migrating birds, black howler monkeys, jaguars and of course, eco-tourists to watch them. Gales Point Wildlife Sanctuary is a Creole village and a series of inter-connected waterways that are home to Caribbean's largest population of West Indian Manatees. The elusive, docile creatures are as popular as the nesting hawksbill turtles who take refuge here.
Both in the water and out, Belize is one of the most popular eco-friendly destinations on the planet.