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Posts Tagged "Belize"

Conserving the incredible green iguana

In western Belize there is a project dedicated to conserving the quirky green iguana. As a threatened species that has been traditionally enjoyed as food, the conservation project is working hard to re-educate people about the beauty of these prehistoric reptiles; as well as return them in to the nearby river system and jungle area. […]


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Looking for cool cats in Belize’s beautiful Jaguar Sanctuary

Belize just happens to have the most jaguars in the world, and considering they are an endangered species I imagined how amazing it would be to spot one in the wild. Fortunately for these handsome big cats, they are protected by the worlds first jaguar preserve at Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary and there are up to 80 of them […]


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Kicking the drumming breeze in Belize

For a small country Belize has a lot of different landscapes on offer. Most travellers head straight to the coast to explore one of the best reef systems in the world and spend time diving. I wanted a different experience. Belize is also pricey by Central America standards so I knew I had to choose […]


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How to make tapado: the traditonal soup of the Caribbean

For the Garifuna people of the Caribbean, life is all about the ocean; so it makes perfect sense that their classic and favourite food is seafood inspired. The traditional soup known as Tapado is as rich and complex as the island loving culture. I couldn’t wait to taste it. Basically, it’s a huge bowl of […]


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