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A Look at Belize’s Coral Islands

Hemingway took great pleasure in the unspoiled beauty of the Florida Keys – in his day, the remoteness of the islands was beyond compare....

Spotlight on Barton Creek Cave

Like all subterranean sites, Barton Creek Cave is a very fragile and sensitive environment, easily disrupted by human intrusion. It is the responsibility of...

Xunantunich Belize

Xunantunich is a well excavated and easily accessible Mayan site, close to San Ignacio in Belize. The Mayan ruins of Xunantunich are located atop a limestone...

Tiny insect discovered in wilds of Belize

U.S. entomologists say they've discovered a tiny grasshopper-like insect in Belize and named it in commemoration of a Mayan people who once lived there. Researchers...

Immigrants in Belize

BELIZE has long been a country of immigrants. British timber-cutters imported African slaves in the 18th century, and in the 1840s Mexican Mayans fled...

Belize Maya Ruin – Spotlight on Cerros

Cerro Maya Cerros (Cerro Maya) – "Maya Hill" With a Spanish name that translates to "Maya Hill", Cerro Maya is located on a peninsula across from...
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