The Iconic Hawksworth Bridge in San Ignacio, Cayo

Hawksworth Bridge Today's photo of the day is the Iconic Hawksworth Bridge in San Ignacio Townwhich is a one lane suspension bridge built in 1949. The bridge was imported from Middlesbrough, England and it crosses the pristine Macal River linking San Ignacio to its sister-town Santa Elena. The Hawksworth Bridge is currently the only drivable […]

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Caye Caulker Belize

Today's photo of the day is of Caye Caulker Belize Caye Caulker is Ambergris Caye’s little sister island but it is smaller, laid-back, and popular for backpackers than luxury travelers. Caye Caulker’s attractions might be smaller in scale than Ambergris Caye’s, but they’re just as sweet. There are no cars on Caye Caulker, only golf […]

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The Mighty Sibun River in Belize

Photo credit: Astrum Helicopters The mighty Sibun River in Belize drains a large central portion of the country and starts in the Maya Mountains at approximately 800 meters above sea level. The river travels a little over 50 miles from source to mouth, and the many twists and turns translates into over 100 miles of […]

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The Best Instagram Photos on Belize

In today’s Information Age almost anyone who travels to Belize for vacation brings a camera or mobile device to snap photos. If you visit www.instagram.com and search for #Belize, you will find over 100,000 stunning photos on Belize that have been published from people all over the world. The photos range from the beautiful Caribbean […]

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Belize Photo of the day: Green Iguana

  Today's photo of the day is of the Iguana. The Iguana is a herbivore lizard that is not only native to Belize but also Mexico, Central America, and several islands in Polynesia such as Fiji, Tonga and the Caribbean. Iguanas are among the largest lizards in the Americas, averaging around 6.5 feet (2 meters) […]

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