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Agouti Farm is a family owned and operated cacao farm, focusing on organic production of cacao. Our cacao is shipped all over the world, through Maya Mountain – where it is turned ... moreinto delicious chocolate.

Here on the farm, you can have a farm experience like no other! Jungle hikes, medicinal plant tours, cacao harvesting and chocolate making – these are all just some of the activities you will do here at Agouti Farm! Our entire family helps run this farm, using traditional Mayan techniques and knowledge in our operations.
Ambergris Caye, also known as "La Isla Bonita," is located off the coast of Belize in the Caribbean Sea. Its coastline is protected by second largest barrier reef in the world. Being ... morethe largest island in Belize, Ambergris Caye is well known for island adventures, water sports, relaxation and exquisite marine life.
Like all subterranean sites, Barton Creek Cave is a very fragile and sensitive environment, easily disrupted by human intrusion. It is the responsibility of all archaeologists, tour ... moreguides and visitors to preserve the site and ensure that it may be enjoyed by future generations. We ask all visitors to the site to help us preserve the past for the future.

Barton Creek Cave is part of a large riverine system and one of the longest subterranean sites in the country of Belize. Cultural remains, however, have only been found within the first kilometer from the downstream entrance. This kilometer long space contains ten ledges above the river with evidence of ancient Maya activity. The first ledge is located on the left just inside the entrance to the cave, and continues to roughly 30 meters beyond the Maya Bridge that straddles the river.
Belize City is the former capital of Belize. It now remains as the district with the largest population and also one of the main point of entry by means of the international airport ... moreor cruise ship terminal. Belize City also has the largest concentration of shopping centers, conference facilities and hotels.

Through the bustling city, you can still enjoy scenic views of the Caribbean sea or explore the historical archaeological site, Altun Ha.
The Belize Spice Farm & Botanical Gardens is located at the foothills of the Maya Mountains. It is one of the largest black pepper and vanilla farms in the country and is adorned ... morewith beautiful teak, mahogany, rosewood, and sandalwood trees.
Belmopan is the capital city of Belize. Although the smallest capital city in the continental Americas by population, Belmopan is the third-largest settlement in Belize, behind Belize ... moreCity and San Ignacio. Founded as a planned community in 1970, Belmopan is one of the newest national capital cities in the world. Since 2000 Belmopan has been one of two settlements in Belize to hold official city status, along with Belize City.

Belmopan is located in Cayo District at an altitude of 76 metres above sea level. Belmopan was constructed just to the east of the Belize River, 80 km inland from the former capital, the port of Belize City, after that city's near destruction by Hurricane Hattie in 1961. The government was moved to Belmopan in 1970. Its National Assembly Building is designed to resemble a Pre-Columbian Maya temple. (Wikipedia)
Benque Viejo del Carmen is the westernmost town of Belize, near the Belize/Guatemala border. Although being a small town, Benque Viejo del Carmen has its fair share of peaceful riverbanks, ... moreconvenience stores and dainty restaurants.
Big Falls is a mainland village that is located in Toledo District. Big Falls is perfect for anyone who loves to have an adventure. For all the nature lovers out there, Big Falls will ... moreaccommodate for your sense of adventure.
Burrell Boom is tranquil and charming village that lies on the Belize River, twenty miles above Belize City. This village was founded in the 18th century. Its name is taken from the ... moreiron chains, "booms," that loggers would extended across the river to trap the mahogany logs that were sent from further upriver. Today, you can still see the chains and anchors displayed in the Burrell Boom Park. This historic village is passed by visitors that are on their way to the Community Baboon Sanctuary.
Caye Caulker affectionately known as “La Isla Carinosa”, is the picturesque depiction of sandy beaches, cerulean seas and island living. The worry free and go slow ambiance of Caye ... moreCaulker makes it the ideal getaway for travelers to bask in the sun, relax, rejuvenate and soak up the island vibes.

This beloved island is five miles long and 1.2 miles wide with a population of less than 1,500 people.

A model town that makes it easy for you to immerse yourself in the Belizean culture, brilliantly displayed in its boutiques and inspiring handcrafted local art. Of course, being only a mile away from the Belize Barrier Reef makes it ideal for sea enthusiast; visitors can enjoy sailing, diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, fishing and other water activities.
Located in the Stann Creek District of Belize, the Che'il Mayan Chocolate Factory was established in 2010. Their initial objective was fo create an organic cacao beans market. However, ... morethere were difficulties in this endeavor as the target market to purchases cacao was further away from the farmers. Needless to say, a lot of the cacao beans were wasted. This led to the birth of the Che'il Mayan Chocolate Factory. "Che'il" is the Mopan Mayan word for "wild Mayan." Today, the factory produces chocolate bars in twelve different flavors and along with other delicacies such as truffles, chocolate wine, cacao tea and cacao nibs. Sound delicious! The factory also gives tours of their cacao farms and demonstrations of the chocolate-making process.
Chiquibul National Park is Belize's largest national park. It is 1,073 km² in size. The park is located in Belize's Cayo District. The national park surrounds Caracol, a Mayan city.The ... moreforest has been mostly unbroken since the Maya left it centuries ago. The park has high biodiversity. Species found in the park include keel-billed motmots, kinkajous, jaguars, jaguarundis, king vultures, margays, ocelots, ocellated turkeys, Yucatan spider monkeys, and Baird's tapirs. It has Belize's largest breeding population of scarlet macaws. New insect and crustacean species have been discovered in the park.The biological diversity of the park has not yet been fully explored. In 1993, a botanist from Missouri Botanical Garden collected more than 130 plant species previously unreported in Belize. Three of these species had never before been reported in Central America.
Consejo Village is located on an strip of land where the Corozal Bay and Chetumal Bay meet. Consejo features a neighborhood of waterfront and near waterfront homes called Consejo Shores. ... moreThis village is a very quiet, peaceful and beautiful place for all residents and visitors to enjoy its serenity. Away from the everyday hustling and bustling, Consejo is ideal for individuals that are looking for pure relaxation and a peaceful mind. There are no Malls, movie theaters, fast food places, large hotels or developed resorts in Consejo.
Corozal Town is located in the northernmost District of Belize, on the bay of the Caribbean Sea. On the shores, you can see the Caribbean Sea as an ombre of milky green and turquoise ... moremass of water. From this town you can travel short distances to view ancient Maya archaeological sites or learn the history of the old sugar factory in Libertad village.
Located in the countryside of the Cayo District, Cristo Rey Village hosts beautiful waterfalls and streams for visitors and residents to enjoy. Atop of the hilly landsape, you can ... morethe scenic view of the skyline at any time of the day
The Culture Captial of Belize! Dangriga Town in the largest town in southern Belize and is considered as the spiritual capital of Belize's Garifuna population. Fomerly known as "Stann ... moreCreek Town," Dangriga Town proudly represents and celebrates the Garifuna heritage through music, dance and food. Take a trip to the southern coast of Belize and experience the Garifuna culture! Taste the delicious cuisines from the locals or learn how to beat to the rythm of the drums!
Gales Point is a village situated on a long narrow peninsula in the Belize District. This peninsula extends two miles into the Southern Lagoon. The village is home to fishermen who ... moremake a living from the nearby lagoons. The lagoons in Gales Point are home to many aquatic animals and exquisite ecosystems.
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.
Goff's Caye is a small island off the coast of Belize City with beautiful sandy beaches ideal for swimming and sun tanning. The sparkling water surrounding the island is home to a ... morevariety of marine life, including gigantic sea turtles. 

With crystal clear waters and coral formations, Goff's Caye is the perfect spot for snorkeling or just relaxing on the beach.
Hattieville is a village in the Belize District of the nation of Belize. The location of the village was initially a place of refuge after hurricane Hattie wreaked havoc in Belize ... morein 1961. Many residents living in Belize City were left homeless and had to evacuate. Many of those who moved to the area ended up staying permanently and established what is known as Hattieville today.