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Belize Eco Lodges Resorts

– Central America – Ecotourism in Belize

Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world, well worth snorkeling or diving! Thirteen percent of Belize’s waters are protected and thirty six percent of it’s land. Belize is committed to ecotourism and this backs it up. The government support community based eco-tourism and one offshoot of this is a group of land owners working to help preserve their land as a habitat for the endangered black howler monkey. You can read about it here: Community Baboon Sanctuary.

The Belize government backs other community based projects including one that started as a local grass roots project against illegal logging, fishing and poaching. They have grown to work with villagers to preserve natural resources and habitat. You can read more about them here: Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE). Belize Eco Lodges Resorts are another step in promoting ecotourism in Belize.

They are the only country in Central America whose official language is English. This might be a good choice if you’re not mufti-lingual or interested in learning a foreign language.

Our lodges can be found near the beaches or further inland where you have a more jungle atmosphere near San Ignacio. Our Belize Eco Lodges and Resorts are waiting for you to book your next holiday. Please go here to see our lodges: Belize Eco Lodges Resorts

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