Belize By Naturalight

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hiking a jungle trailPeer through binoculars at the raucous yellow-tailed oropendula in its colony of hanging nests on your birdwatching excursion or canoe down a cool clear river, stopping for a picnic on a sand beach or catch the splash of a large iguana as it falls from a riverbank tree and swims to shore.

An abundance of national parks, private nature reserves and botanical gardens offer a range of rainforest activities for the quiet observer to the active adventurer.

Integrated with this lush forest habitat are magnificent Maya temples, spectacular caves and sparkling rivers and lagoons that create glistening threads against a tapestry of green.

Inland Activities you must to try when in Belize:

03 October 2011 By Amy Mulcair
Caye Caulker, Belize
View from the Split beach, Caye Caulker, Belize. (Amy Mulcair)

Belize, on the northeast coast of Central America, embodies a wonderful mix of Spanish and Caribbean influences, particularly on its cayes (pronounced “keys”), a series of very small islands northeast of Belize City.


Kayaking in Caye Caulker with Ocean AcademyWhile Caye Caulker is well known for its laid back and slow pace, it is full of active water sports and activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and many more.

During my visit to Caye Caulker, one of the activities that caught my attention the most was kayaking.  But not just any kayaking, it was kayaking with Ocean Academy.

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