Category Archives: Travel in Belize

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    Facts about Belize’s Wildlife

    Posted on February 28, 2015 by admin in Journal, Travel in Belize.

    Even if Belize is a relatively small country; it is home to a great number of animal species. The amazing variety of wildlife is possible because of the climate and the topography of the country. Belize’s savannahs and lowlands are great homes for tropical birds, great cats and other mountain animals such as beautiful jaguars. […]

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  • How to Stay Safe and Secure While in Belize

    Posted on February 25, 2015 by admin in Journal, Travel in Belize.

    Perhaps nothing is more worrisome to people than insecurity and the issue of safety. We all do have this concern especially when traveling to a foreign country. Belize is a country that is blessed with a lot of natural wonders and friendly people. The warm hospitality of the country has resonated all over the four […]

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    Preparing for Emergencies in Belize

    Posted on February 23, 2015 by admin in Journal, Travel in Belize.

    Belize is a relatively safe country. However, there are certain times of the year when the weather is a bit harsh. Hurricanes frequently visit this country during the June to November wet season. People of Belize are no stranger to hurricanes visiting their country. People that are traveling to Belize during the wet season may […]

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  • Getting to Know the People of Belize

    Posted on February 16, 2015 by admin in Journal, Travel in Belize.

    Belize is the modern name of British Honduras. It is a predominantly English-speaking country. Spanish and other Mayan-based languages and dialects are also spoken. Belizean people are generally peaceful, warm and hospitable. Most of the people in this country are trilingual knowing how to speak three or more languages. The population of Belize has been […]

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