October 24, 2018

It is that time of year again where the guides of Wildland Belize participate in Search and Rescue. A unique challenge and opportunity as the guides and participants worked to safely move an injured individual from the interior of a cave and through the jungle to safet...

June 11, 2018

A little known fact for those outside of Central America is that on June 1st, 1973 the British Commonwealth territory of British Honduras was officially renamed Belize. Now no one, even in Belize, seems to be quite sure where the name came from. One story states the na...

January 13, 2018

 Some are surprised to learn that competitive cycling is quite popular in Belize. Of course everyone sees the common bike uses found all over Central America for transportation. Seeing a father with two or more of his kids all somehow balanced and seated on a single bi...

October 17, 2017

Marine Hermit Crabs inhabit most of Belize's coastline. They can be found most often in the late evening and night. During the day they take shelter from the sun. Hermit Crabs do not grow a shell themselves but instead look vacant conch or other empty shells to move in...

May 20, 2017

Belize, while not known for any famous rivers or waterfalls, has numerous waterways. Many of them are unique and well worth a visit to the untamed wilderness interior of Belize. The Tiger Fern Waterfall in Cockscomb Basin Reserve is just one such waterfall. The nearby...

March 18, 2017

Exploring the Sibun River by kayak is one of the best ways to spend your day in Belize. Located near the capital of Belmopan the Sibun River can be accessed at various points but some of the best scenery is located along the Hummingbird Highway south of Belmopan. It is...

January 22, 2017

The Garinagu are a subculture of Belize originating from the mixing of West African slaves and indigenous people in Central America and speak the Garifuna language. They are located in Belize, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Besides having their own language they are known in...

November 12, 2016

Twice a week on Tuesday and Friday the Belmopan Market comes to life. Vendors from all over Belize come to Belmopan to sell their goods. Fruits, vegetables, and seafood to furniture, videos and clothes are sold at the Market. You can find Kriol fisherman selling fresh...

October 1, 2016

Belize has a multitude of rivers coursing through the interior of the country. Since much of the rock in the Belizean interior is limestone these waterways carve out caves, tunnels, and underground routes. Over the years these natural formations have become a tourist d...

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