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Belize

Virtually untouched by tourism, Belize is also one of the world's most diverse nature travel destinations.

  • Discover wildlife in La Selva Maya, the largest contiguous rain forest north of the Amazon.

  • Explore spectacular Mayan ruins above and below ground.

  • Snorkel Belize’s 185-mile-long barrier reef—the world's second longest.

  • The margay is one of many cats you'll see in Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Preserve.

  • On your safari, keep an eye out for the keel-billed toucan, the national bird of Belize.

  • Belize's Great Blue Hole was made famous by Cousteau and the Calypso crew, who charted its depths in 1971.

Considering its small size, Belize offers astounding variety: rain forests teeming with wildlife, pristine tropical islands and dramatic Mayan ruins. And along the country's coastline lies the Mesoamerican Reef.

Available Tours

Belize

The Ultimate Belize Nature Safari
An exclusive expedition into the heart and history of an untamed natural paradise.
9-day tours from $6,495

Belize

Belize: Multi-Sport Adventure
Explore two of nature’s most productive and diverse habitats—the rainforest and coral reef—on an array of exciting activities.
8-day tours from $3,495



Available Extension

Ruins of Tikal Extension 4 days from $2,295

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Ten Things to Take on Your Snorkeling Adventure

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in the Mesoamerican Reef
WWF has been helping to protect this large reef ecosystem since the mid-1980s, initiating efforts to make agriculture sustainable, eliminate destructive fishing practices and promote sustainable tourism. Read more here.

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