“With its Spanish-speaking neighbors to the south and west and the laid-back Caribbean to the east, Central America’s youngest nation offers a cultural mélange – including Maya, Mestizo, Garifuna, Creole, Mennonite and more – unrivaled in Central America. Belize is home to verdant jungles, from the Maya Mountains in the southwest to the Shipstern Nature Reserve in the northeast, not to mention ancient ruins, remnants of bygone days as part of the greater Maya kingdom. Then there are the beaches, miles of white sand and blue sea dotted with a nigh-uncountable number of islands big and small. So what’s not to love?” –Joshua Samuel Brown, Author

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