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Michelle Williams from Om Shanti Belize takes us through her personal journey to achieving mental and physical wellness, and some of the wonderful work she’s doing in Belize to advocate ... morefor wellness. As we endure this world crisis, we need to recognize the importance of our mental and physical wellness to ensure that we emerge from this as our best selves. Learn about some of the wellness initiatives in Belize and why you should visit when you need to de-stress, restore, and reconnect.
Take a journey through Belize with Chef Sean Kuylen and learn about the different cultural dishes that make up Belizean Cuisine. Chef Kuylen is Belize's equivalent of Anthony Bourdain ... moreand he is on a mission to define and showcase authentic Belizean Cuisine. Chef Kuylen is a household name throughout the country and represents Belize by showcasing inspired Belizean Cuisine locally and throughout the world. He was trained in Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies in San Francisco, California. His No Barcode philosophy advocates for the appreciation of the local ingredients, cooking techniques, and the cultures of Belize. Follow Chef Kuylen on Instagram and Facebook for a glimpse into his daily journey featuring authentic culture and food throughout Belize.
Host Javier Gutierrez of The Belize Travelcast welcomes Jim Scott for a discussion about his journey to Belize from Michigan, USA and what made him stay in Belize all these years. ... moreJim recounts his time in Belize City and how he assimilated into the culture of Belize and fell in love with the people. They discuss his love of nature and his experiences as a scuba diver, fly fisherman, avid hiker, and a professional in the Belize tourism industry. Jim is an advocate for hospitality training in Belize and together with Lorena Zaldana they own and operate Hospitality Training Services Belize which offers hospitality training and certification in Belize and around the world. They are also the proprietors of the 501Hub, a new restaurant in Belize City which also serves as a training hub for restaurant staff.
In 2003, the world famous Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" visited Belize and made a special appearance at the Belize Zoo for their 20th anniversary celebration. In attendance ... morewas a young Zhawn Poot, whose father has worked at the zoo for many years. Young Zhawn was inspired to pursue a career in conservation. In this episode of The Belize Travelcast, Zhawn and Javier discuss his love of nature and conservation including some of the work he has done in Belize and some of his favorite activities.
In this episode we welcome Mayke Moraes as he travels through San Ignacio Belize. Mayke is a backpacker and leads what he calls a detached and minimalist lifestyle. With his backpack ... moreon his back, he visits places and revisits dreams that were born when he decided to leave his comfort zone in Brazil to build memories instead of material riches. Mayke is an accomplished author and social media influencer. Belize is the 70th country he has visited toward his goal of 100 countries. Listen to his story and hear why he plans to come back to Belize again.
Lorenzo Gonzalez is one of the original Belize travel bloggers. He runs the popular blog that provides useful and relevant content for all travelers to Belize. If ... moreyou've done any online research about Belize, you've probably come across his blog. Lorenzo is a native of San Ignacio Belize, and now resides in Toronto Canada after emigrating to further his education. He visits Belize often, and continues to write about Belize and promote Belize throughout the world in his spare time. Most of his blogs are personal experiences with honest advice for travelers to Belize. In this episode he visits the Belize Travelcast studio during his visit to Belize in December and talks about some of his favorite things to do in Belize.

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The Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave is a possible contender for Belize's most stunning attractions. The ATM Tour in Belize will change your life! Located close to the town of San Ignacio, ... morethe ATM Cave is the most popular cave tour in Belize. Its vast network of underground chambers is known as being a treasure trove for archaeologists but also for its diverse ecosystem of bats, crabs, crayfish, and tropical fish. Here's everything you need to know before you start planning a trip to Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave.
Belize has a disproportionate number of beaches in relation to its landmass, so it can be hard to pick just one. We’ve chosen 7 to recommend, but if you’re eager to unwind, perhaps ... moreyou should visit them all. Visiting a beach in Belize is great for your health! What are you waiting for?
For all the foodies out there! If you want to take your taste buds on a roller coaster ride of deliciousness, then you'll definitely want to try these 5 traditional Garifuna dishes ... morein Belize!

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Belize Ground Shuttle. Premier shared airport shuttle service between BZE airport, water taxi terminal, and San Ignacio. Private shuttle service also available.

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San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi. Offering Water Taxi services between Belize City, San Pedro, and Caye Caulker.

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