A Rainbow in Belize
Somewhere over the rainbow!
The Five Sisters Waterfalls at Gaia Riverlodge offer major cool-down on a hot day.
A butterfly sips on flower’s nectar, fluttering to and fro, choosing which is best.
They say the sighting of an eagle ray underwater means good luck!
Long Caye is located in the heart of Lighthouse Atoll, a mere 10 minutes from the famous Blue Hole!
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From the editor – November 2016
I know a little something about living on the wild side.
I’m not talking about nightlife and crazy parties…I’m talking about rugged, untouched terrain that belongs to no one but the critters who call it home.
I traded my Rocky Mountain ways of Wyoming for the reef and rain forests of Belize more than a dozen years ago, and people laugh when I say the two places have much in common. They both boast vast expanses of untamed territory that takes some effort to get to, and leaves you feeling privileged to have experienced it’s stunning, primitive beauty. It’s not only the extraordinary landscape that captures your heart, but the rare and unique animals who thrive there.
Just as I would hope to catch a glimpse of a wolf in Yellowstone National Park, when I ventured into the enchanted Chiquibul Forest Reserve some weeks ago, my heart was not only set on seeing Scarlet Macaws… it was on my bucket list.
We’ve all heard about the “bucket” list…and you don’t have to have more yesterdays than tomorrows to start working on one. Heck, the younger you are the longer your bucket list can be! Whatever’s on your list, you may be surprised to cross some of them off while visiting our country. Maybe it’s swimming with sharks, zip-lining the jungle canopy or scaling Maya temples? Or maybe you will leave with new MUST DO items added to your list?
My Beautiful Belize can inspire you that way…
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