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CheChem Ha is a cave system that was used by the Maya. In the cave, you can view hundreds of pots left behind by the Ancient Maya
The Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is the world's first jaguar preserve. Located in Southern Belize, it was first declared as a forest reserve in 1984 and two years after a small ... moreportion of the area was declared as a sanctuary. In 1990 the entire area of the forest reserve was announced to be a sanctuary, covering over a hundred thousand acres of land.
The Columbia River Forest Reserve is one of the largest tracts of undisturbed rainforest in Central America. Located north of San Jose Village in the Toledo District, this forest reserve ... morehas a variety geological formations. The landscape consists of major cave systems along with some of the largest sink holes in the country. One of the most prominent geological feature of the Columbia River Forest Reserve is the "Little Quartz Ridge". The slopes of the ridge form shallow lateral caverns that extends like shelves into the rocks on either side of nearby creeks. These shallow caverns provide suitable breeding habitats for many animal populations. The Columbia River Forest Reserve is one of the most biologically diverse eco-systems in Belize. It is a must see if you are in Belize!
The Community Baboon Sanctuary is the first of its kind in Belize. The sanctuary opened is doors on the 23rd of February, 1985. ... more

The sanctuary is runned by a Non Governmental, community base organization managed by the Women's Conservation Group (Local women from the area). The sanctuary holds about 4,000-5,000 black Howler Monkeys. The population of Howler Monkey has increase since the start of the sanctuary. 

The monkeys at the sanctuary have become used to visitors and, as a result, you are able to get closer than usual to them.
Coral Gardens is a small concentration of very colorful corals along the reef. This area is known for captivating, vibrant coral formatons that are living there. There is also a wide ... morevariety of marine life, such as manatees and fishes, that can be seen in the area. Dipping into the shallow reef of Coral Gardens, you will be able to see a rainbow of coral formations.
The Corozal Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is located in northern Belize. Corozal Bay is a cove located in the significantly larger Chetumal Bay. The sanctuary is one of the nationally protected ... moreareas in Belize. It was established in 1998 under the National Park Systems Act of 1981, as part of Belize's strategies to increase the viability of the West Indian Manatee.
The Corozal House of Culture is one of five House of Cultures in the country of Belize. It was originally built as a Market for Corozal in 1886. The building was abandoned but later ... morerefurbrished in 1996 into the Corozal Toursim and Culture Center. This was then closed in 2003. It was not until the building was transferred to the Institute of Archaeology that the Corozal House of Culture stands in that location today. Explore the culture that Belize has to offer in Corozal!
Located in the Belize District, the Crooked Tree Wildlife Santuary is considered to be the perfect spot for bird watching. Described as a "mosaic" of lagoons, creeks and savannas, ... morethis reserve is home to hundreds of refugee birds in the dry season. Take a peaceful stroll on the Limpkin Trail and make sure to spot as many birds as you can.
Located in the Blue hole National Park, Crystal Cave, also known as Mountain Cow Cave, is considered one of the top 10 crystal caves in the world. The trek through the jungle path ... moreleading to the cave entrance will be through a portion of Belize’s vast Broad Leaf Forest. The hiking is considered moderate with some small slopes and generally takes approximately 50 minutes.

Arriving at the cave entrance, the excitement begins as you start our journey into “Xibalba”, tactically around columns and crystalline formations as you enter through a narrow, and at times-steeply descending pathway. Once inside the main cave, you will find yourself surrounded by an amazing crystal cave that was used by ancient Maya shamans (priests) for ritual ceremonies that were performed thousands of years ago. Fire pits, exposing the ashes of ancient fires; charcoal pieces; beads; obsidian knives; ceramics & broken pottery; a human skeleton – calcified in the limestone floor- all evidence of the flourishing ancient Maya civilization.

The spectacular crystal formations that cover the floors, walls and ceiling which are all calcite are everywhere- creating a brilliant splash of nearly blinding intensity. The formations- created centuries before are astounding.

Note that you must be relatively fit for strenuous activities and be prepared for a long hike to do this tour.
Most tours include transportation, licensed guide, entrance fees, and lunch. Check with your tour provider for details.
Deep River Forest Reserve is a forest reserve within Toledo and is east of Bunnell’s Bank, southeast of Beattie Pen and north of Flour Camp. Deep River Forest Reserve has an elevation ... moreof 22 meters.
El Pilar lies in an area that has been cultivating milpa for many years. The site is located on high terrain, giving the visitor a beautiful view across the Mopan River Valley. Named ... moreafter an army camp in the area, El Pilar means “pillar” in Spanish. El Pilar is one of Belize’s largest Classic Maya sites with a well-defined ceremonial section including both private and public areas. The site covers approximately 75 acres. Some buildings reach 50-60 feet in height.
Nested between Cristo Rey, San Antonio Village and El Progresso Village, Elijio Panti National Park was established by the Itzamna Society to protect and preserve the environment and ... moreculture and for the development of the community. It was signed as a national park on February 23, 2001The area of the park extends to some parts of the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve. The land is breathtaking with it mountainous terrain, decorated with majestic waterfalls, natural pools, medicinal trails and a diverse flora and fauna collection. The Elijio Panti National Park is named after the last Maya Master heal of Belize, Dr. Elijio Panti.
Named after a majestic lake that displays five shades of blue, Five Blues Lake is a ten-acre natural wonder, only to be found in Belize. The astonishing shades of blue are from the ... morevarying water depths and ambient light filtering through the trees that causes the water to take on different shades of blue. Apart from such colorful lake, there are also over two hundred species of birds identified in the park and all five of Belize’s wildcats are known to make their homes within its boundaries. Be ready to take hikes through the lush forest and spot a few birds along the way. The Five Blues Lake National Park is surely a site to see in Belize.
Colorful harborfront village featuring a variety of souvenir shops, along with bars & restaurants. 30 gift shops including MOHO chocolate shop offering free samples or organic, ... moreBelize-made chocolates, including duty-free and jewelry stores. You'll also find clean restrooms, a cybercafe, tour kiosks, restaurants, and other services. Security is tight in the Tourism Village, and you'll feel safe. On cruise ship days, vendors also set up booths on streets just outside the Tourism Village.
Gladden Spit is a little over an hour boat ride due east of Placencia. This destination is popular for the massive whale sharks that can be seen there. Divers and snorkelers alike ... moreare treated to the awesome sight of seeing these creatures in their natural spawning ground during the months of April, May and June—with sightings also in the fall and winter.
Glover's Reef is a partially submerged atoll located off the southern coast of Belize. The seascape lies in the heart of the Mesoamerican reef and is also the largest coral reef system ... morein the Western hemisphere. Glover’s Reef is a critical nursery and feeding ground for sea turtles, sharks and rays, and numerous fish species. It is one of the only true atolls in the Atlantic Ocean ans is a centerpiece of ecotourism within the greater Belize Barrier Reef—Belize’s premier tourism destination and a World Heritage Site.
Since 1996, the San Ignacio Resort Hotel has been at the forefront of conservation efforts for the threatened Green Iguana. This informational and educational exhibit has been designed ... morewithin the property to give visitors a closer look at this amazing reptile and learn how vital they are to the ecological balance of the river habitat. Here, visitors are given the opportunity to learn about the incubation, hatching, rearing, and releasing process of this specie.

The Green Iguana Conservation Project offers the Adopt an Iguana Program which aims to raise funds to sustain the Project and provide scholarships for local children.

Over the years, the Project has received much attention by local and international organizations and continues to be the Number 1 Activity in the San Ignacio.
Guanacaste Park is located at the entrance of Belmopan City. Named after a large Guanacaste Tree, this park is perfect for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. With it's small area of ... morefifty acres, visitors can easily observe the vegatation and wildlife in the park. There are many species of trees, birds and other animals in this park. Albeit the size is smaller than other national parks, there is much to learn and discover in the Guanacaste Park.
Half Moon Caye is an island and natural monument of Belize. It is located at the southeast corner of Lighthouse Reef Atoll. This natural monument was the first nature reserve to have ... morebeen established in Belize under the National Park Systems Act in 1981 and first marine protected area in Central America. Half Moon Caye is also a well-known dive site as it provides a unique diving experience that allows visitors to see a diversity of marine life such as corals, eagle rays and sea turtles.
The 20-minute hike from the village ofBlue Creek and a cool swim to enter the cave is worth the effort to see the ceramics and ceremonial altar used by the Maya.