Posts Tagged ‘belize’

Mayan Biosphere

A thin isthmus of land connecting the North America continent to South America, the belt of countries comprising Central America may not look like much on a map, but their rainforests teem with all manner of wildlife, housed within mist-shrouded volcanoes, cloud forests, and pristine sandy beaches. This is a…

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Lighthouse Reef, Belize

“The most remarkable reef in the West Indies” – Charles Darwin, 1842 If the remarkable Charles Darwin said it, you best believe it! The Belize Barrier reef is home to a remarkable chain of coral reefs on the coast of Belize. However, the most spectacular sight of this Heritage site…

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A Dive into the Unknown

Photo: Hoiseung Jung/Shutterstock These extraordinary sites add a new, lesser-known dimension to diving. FOR MANY dive enthusiasts, an underwater expedition is a prized opportunity to explore the captivating submarine realm. There is an enigmatic grace in the creatures of the deep and endless mystery within subaquatic nature, with a profound…

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