Virtually untouched by tourism, Belize is also one of the world's most diverse nature travel destinations.
On your safari, keep an eye out for the keel-billed toucan, the national bird of Belize.
Discover wildlife in La Selva Maya, the largest contiguous rain forest north of the Amazon.
Snorkel Belize’s 185-mile-long barrier reef—the world's second longest.
The margay is one of many cats you'll see in Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Preserve.
Considering its small size, Belize offers astounding variety: rain forests teeming with wildlife, pristine tropical islands and dramatic Mayan ruins. And along the country's coastline lies the Mesoamerican Reef.
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WWF in the Mesoamerican Reef WWF has been helping to protect this large reef ecosystem since the mid-1980s, initiating efforts to make agriculture sustainable, eliminate destructive fishing practices and promote sustainable tourism. Read more here.