Known for its marine environment, Belize possesses the second longest
barrier reef in the world, as well as three major offshore atolls and numerous mangrove systems creating a tremendous wetlands
environment. Scuba divers, marine biologists and sport fishermen rate Belize as one of
their favorite destinations.
Belize's natural history has always been its most precious resource, and
has become a virtual paradise for zoologists. With the support of organizations such as the Audubon Society, the Smithsonian
Institute, the World Wildlife Fund and other zoological societies, Belize has become a leader in preservation and
Belize is blessed with an outstanding archaeological heritage of Maya
temples and palaces. The Belize Dept. of Archaeology is committed to
developing easily accessible locations for the casual tourist.
Traveling to Belize is a breeze....we are just a
short hop from Mexico, and no more than two hours flight from 3 gateways in the United States.
Join us in Belize...Mother Nature's Best Kept Secret!