Belize Destinos con Naturaleza
Belice posee magníficas áreas naturales, y estos destinos lo acercarán a las mejores. Alojarse en islas o en ciudades costeras le proveerá un fácil acceso a arrecifes coralinos e isletas de belleza inigualable. Practicar snorkelling, buceo submarino, y kayaking en estos lugares es bastante popular. Los destinos de tierra firme le permitirán explorar selvas tropicales, montañas, y varias vías marítimas. Tome un bote y navegue por un río en busca de cocodrilos, iguanas, y monos araña.
Ambergris Caye is home to some of the most popular places in Belize for observing wildlife — especially marine wildlife. On a visit here, you'll be near the Belize Barrier Reef, which is a complex ecosystem that comprises several reserves.
In north Ambergris Caye, visit Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve to see sinkholes and rare, endemic birds in an area that you can only reach in a boat. To the south, there’s the famous Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley, where you can snorkel with sharks and manta rays.
For a more intense underwater experience, head to the Turneffe Atolls for the chance to see brain coral and have a ton of visibility. Divers come here to swim along vertical expanses of healthy, colorful coral reef.
Hopkins is a colorful coastal town, with 5 miles of beach and lots of nearby attractions for underwater explorations. Leave from the shore to see the animals and wildlife in South Water Caye Marine Reserve and Glover Reef, both top destinations for snorkeling.
You can explore places like Mayflower Bocawina National Park, where you can hike down waterfall-studded paths. Near Hopkins, you have the chance to see some of the rarest animals in Belize, including the jaguars of the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. Besides hiking, this area has tracts of forest where you can go on exciting zip line rides.
Some of the best accommodations here are right on the water. When you're done exploring, experience the beachfront in a full-service resort or a homey cabin.