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My Beautiful Belize
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Belize's only monthly travel publication!
Belize's only monthly travel publication!

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He was a politician, a journalist, a man of faith, a family man, but most importantly, a National Hero. The legacy of Philip Stanley Wilberforce Goldson forms one of the pillars of Belizean history.
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If you want to try your hands (and legs) at this exhilarating experience, you can book your tour via Bocawina Adventures’ website: www.bocawina.com.
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Belize is no different when it comes to Independence Day, and you are in for a real treat if you’re here to celebrate our special day!
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Their menu is filled with items I haven’t even tried yet because I keep coming back to the staples, but I hear they have delicious pastas, meats and more. Between the crazy delicious foods and warm smiles from their friendly staff, it’s definitely a ‘divino’ experience!
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Having recently celebrated its 36th Independence anniversary, today’s Belize is a country of diversity with tourism as its leading industry.
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Hunted for their meat, eggs and shells, the hicatee turtle is now listed as a critically endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and is facing extinction in the wild. It is the highest risk category assigned by the IUCN Red List for wild species, and the only critically-endangered reptile in Belize.
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There are many bartenders in Belize who can manage to capture your heart (and liver). One of those talented mixologists is Romeo Kotch, who hails from Benque Viejo Del Carmen, in the Cayo District.
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Managing Directors of Victoria House, Janet Woollam and Brent Kirkman were thrilled to host a special tasting meal featuring some fresh new items.
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The story goes that these ants – leaf cutter ants – are the predictors of rain. Much like our meteorologists of modern times, the accuracy leaves something to be desired, but the chances of rain after seeing a line of dutiful ants and their cargo is between two to three days.
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Long before they were called the Silk Cayes, a cluster of three islands in the middle of the Caribbean Sea were called Queen Cayes.
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