Belize City, Belize
For a fascinating adventure along the Caribbean coast of Central America, Belize has it all. From ancient Mayan ruins to a lush rainforest crawling with wildlife to the large barrier reef surrounding the city, you’ll be surprised at just how much this port has to offer.
Altun Ha Mayan Ruins
Examine hundreds of structural remains from Altun Ha, first settled by the Maya around 250 B.C. Crane your neck up to the 54-foot pyramid temple and revel in the site where the largest jade mask of the Maya sun god was found, a national archaeological treasure.
Community Baboon Sanctuary
Search the trees for the endangered black howler monkey and other native wildlife in this 18-square mile sanctuary, a grassroots conservation effort along the Olde Belize River. You’ll hear the primates’ distinct howl as you learn the secrets of the rainforest.
The most extensive barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere, the Belize Barrier Reef is teeming with hundreds of species of colorful fish and coral. Snorkel or dive amongst them in any of seven areas designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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