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Tourism in Belize to begin via phased re-opening

Belize’s newest “Tourism Gold Standard” Recognition Program for hotels, restaurants and tour operators is a 9-point program to enhance the tourism industry’s health and safety standards by adapting new behaviours and procedures

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Our Soggy Adventure to Isla Marisol

It was a family post-Christmas vacation we had planned for months. With my sister and son joining us in Belize from frigid Wyoming, along with my husband, son and 85-year-old mother, we were destined for a remote island off the southern coast of Belize. Here we would spend four days in glorious sunshine and crystal-clear Caribbean waters where we planned to dive, snorkel, paddleboard, kayak, eat too much, laze in hammocks drinking one-too-many Belikin beers and even read a book while decompressing after the ever-so-hectic holiday hysteria. We were well-prepared for fun in the sun, heck I even gifted everyone colorful long-sleeved swim shirts to protect us from all that sun! In hindsight, I see this was my first step in jinxing us. Bring an umbrella and it won’t rain, prepare for too much sun and you can bet the weather will make sure you don’t need it!

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Iguana love you!

In Belize, I liken the iguana to our cute but pesky squirrel.Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and yes, I think iguanas are cute, even when they eat my flowers! And similarly, they have been and still are hunted and consumed by indigenous populations and remain a part of our cultural cuisine.Considered a delicacy, especially the developing eggs the female carries in March and April, the hunting season for iguanas is closed from February to June of each year as this is their breeding season.

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Placencia; Stay & Play

The second most popular tourism destination in the country, visitors flock to the peninsula for her vast beaches, laidback atmosphere, wide variety of places to stay and tons of water sports to be enjoyed.

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Misty Mountain Solitude at Gaïa Riverlodge

There are a handful of resort properties within the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve, each exceptional in their unique way, but one that stands alone in stellar location and hospitality is the one and only Gaïa Riverlodge.

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Cayo Espanto – Private Island Paradise

Cayo Espanto is an ultra-exclusive private island that attracts a mix of discerning luxury travelers and A-list celebrities. This five-star resort features seven private villas, including one over-the-water bungalow, with round the clock pampering and gourmet cuisine.

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