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Posts By: Mary Gonzalez

Cave Tubing and Zip Lining – it’s a VITAL tour!

Cavetubing.bz provides a day’s worth of fun in the Cayo District of Belize: swinging through treetops then floating downriver through a cave system using only air filled tubes is all in a day’s ‘work’ in Belize! Zip lining and Cave Tubing are must-do adventures.

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Belizean Folktales: El Cadejo

Belizean Folktales are often full of lessons, taught to children via the stories of the classic Tata Duende, Xtabai, Llorona and more. The story of the Cadejo is interpreted in many ways, focusing on choices that can mean success or failure.

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Cycling Dreams: Keion ‘Cavendish’ Robateau

Keion ‘Cavendish’ Robateau is a very young Belizean cyclist, who at 22, has participated in 70 local and about 20 international races. He shares how he discovered a love of cycling, and what has led him to his lifelong passion now.

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Belize by the numbers!

As the theme for Belize’s 37th Independence Day Celebrations “Belize Da Fi Wi – Now & Forever, 8867”, we celebrate the numbers that make Belize unique!

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Conservation Tidbits: Awesome nature news around Belize

From new regulations to protect our mangroves, to Belize’s Jamal Galves at NatGeoFest, to rescued scarlet macaw chicks thriving under proper care and our Belize Barrier Reef removed from the In-Danger list – Belize is celebrating its conservation victories!

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Ko’ox Tanah…let’s go home

To residents of San Antonio Village, Cayo District, the word TANAH means home. It means the hot food from the fogon, the language of our ancestors, the history of our people, the hard work on the milpas…Tanah – in Ka’atech!

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Exciting Conservation Tidbits around Belize!

Across the country of Belize, and even beyond her borders, Belizeans are showing how they fight for conservation: whether its an educational exchange on replanting corals, fighting against irresponsible development, or joining global movements, we’re fighting for Belize!

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