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Central America

BELIZE

“The Jewel,” as Belizeans affectionately call their home, has a spectacular reef—the second-largest in the world—with premier diving and snorkeling. A handful of its 200 offshore islands offer the kind…

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Belize District

What a contrast is the district that shares its country’s name! Belize District comprises 1600 sq miles at the heart of the country and includes its largest population center and…

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Cayo District

The lush environs of the Wild West are covered with jungle, woven with rivers, waterfalls, and azure pools, and dotted with Maya ruins ranging from small, tree-covered hills to massive,…

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Northern Belize

Northern Belize comprises two districts: Corozal and Orange Walk, both traversed by the straight, flat Northern Hwy. Off the main road, adventurous travelers will find pretty fishing villages, pristine jungles,…

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Northern Cayes

Once the favorite hideout and playground of pirates, the Northern Cayes are Belize’s greatest tourism draw, and with good reason. These postcard-perfect islands offer quick access to the Belize Barrier…

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Southern Belize

Cultural, social and ecological diversity are the hallmarks of Southern Belize. It’s here in the south that open savanna and citrus-filled farmland give way to forested hills dotted with Maya…

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Caribbean Coast

The tourist brochures tout the country’s Caribbean coast as “the other Costa Rica.” Everything about this part of Costa Rica seems different: different culture, different history, different climate, and different…

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Central Valley

San José sits in a mile-high mountain valley ringed by volcanoes whose ash has fertilized the soil and turned the region into Costa Rica’s historic breadbasket. This will always be…

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Central Pacific Coast

The Central Pacific region of Costa Rica is a long swath of gorgeous land, encompassing sublime coastline dotted with national parks and palm-lined beaches, and inland stretches of ranches, coffee…

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Nicoya Peninsula

Reliably sunny, dry weather brings planeloads of sun-starved Northerners to the North Pacific area of Costa Rica every winter, and a windswept coastline makes Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula popular…

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