Just south of Mexico on the Caribbean coast lies Belize– unassuming, small, and full of life. Equal parts Central American flow and Carribbean vibe, Belizean culture also shows familiar hints of its British colonial past. Back when it was called British Honduras, Belize was known for its wealth of natural resources. Today, while agriculture still thrives, tourism is Belize’s major industry. It’s not hard to see why.
Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world, stretching down the country’s entire coastline. Natural wonders abound in this underwater world, from vast expanses of coral to the world famous Blue Hole. Inland, ancient Mayan ruins, deep caves and wild jungles have helped make...
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