Detailing the best atolls and cayes for scuba diving and other watersports, canoe and raft trips, the Bradt travel guide to Belize offers information on a range of activities, from exploring Mayan ruins, to wildlife parks and cycling, with all the essential practical advice.
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Belize is arguably an ecotourist's paradise. Deep in the rainforest that still covers almost half the country, the elusive jaguar is protected in its natural surroundings by the world's only jaguar sanctuary, and ancient Maya ruins await discovery. Offshore, divers revel in an almost unbroken string of coral cayes, atolls and mangrove islands. This third edition of Belize: The Bradt Travel Guide brings the reader up to date on all aspects of traveling in this tiny but multi-faceted country. Whether you are drawn by the environment, fascinated by the history or a fan of the underwater world, this is the guide for you. Belize: The Bradt Travel Guide contains comprehensive coverage of national parks, diving and snorkeling, natural history and conservation, people and culture (including the legacy of the Maya civilization), fully revised hotel, restaurant and service information as well as clear, updated maps and town plans. (5 1/4 x 8 1/2, 288 pages, color photos, illustrations, maps)
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Book Description Bradt Travel Guides, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111841620084