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Belize is known for its lush rainforests and warm, tropical waters. Whether you visit the countryside or stick closer to the beach, the lovely South American country has plenty of outdoor fun to be had for all types of adventure lovers -- Grab your gear and let's head to Belize! The barrier reef off shore is second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, and visitors can see turtles (both green and leatherback), nurse sharks, stingrays, and a variety of tropical fish, so it's no wonder Belize beaches are a big draw.

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 Belize is known for its lush rainforests and warm, tropical waters. Whether you visit the countryside or stick closer to the beach, the lovely South American country has plenty of outdoor fun to be had for all types of adventure lovers -- Grab your gear and let's head to Belize! The barrier reef off shore is second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, and visitors can see turtles (both green and leatherback), nurse sharks, stingrays, and a variety of tropical fish, so it's no wonder Belize beaches are a big draw.
Belize is known for its lush rainforests and warm, tropical waters. Whether you visit the countryside or stick closer to the beach, the lovely South American country has plenty of outdoor fun to be had for all types of adventure lovers -- Grab your gear and let's head to Belize! The barrier reef off shore is second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, and visitors can see turtles (both green and leatherback), nurse sharks, stingrays, and a variety of tropical fish, so it's no wonder Belize beaches are a big draw. If natural waters aren't your thing, then kick it poolside at any one Belize's stunning hotel pools, including the waterfront pool at Robert's Grove Beach resort. The Cayo District is located inland and boasts a beautiful countryside, gorgeous rainforests, mountains, and impressive Mayan ruins -- Grab your hiking stick! For a leisurely stroll, or an exhaustive workout on a mountainous terrain, biking through Belize is a great way to experience the gorgeous countryside. Predro's, Chabil Mar, Xanadu Island Resort, and Grand Caribe Belize all have on-site bike loans or rentals. If hiking or biking isn't adventurous enough for you, the countryside is the perfect place to gallop through the greens. Several stays, including the Lodge at Chaa Creek and and the Blancaneaux Lodge, have on-site stables. The waters in Belize are clear and warm, and many hotels in the area have their own on-site docks or marinas. Whether you're looking for a mellow canoe ride through the river or a motorized excursion, you're never too far from an exciting day in the waters of Belize. The tasty offers at the Turtle Inn and Blancaneaux Lodge are not only good, but good for you. Both hotels has organic gardens that provide food for their on-site cuisine. The Cayo District attracts nature lovers and active travelers. It's a bird watcher's paradise, with species such as red-lored parrots and blue-crowned Motmots; other wildlife includes howler monkeys, jaguars, and crocodiles. Robert's Grove Beach Resort even has an on-site bird sanctuary in case you're a bit rusty on your bird calls. Ok, so having a spa day may not be your typical "outdoor adventure," but in Belize, why not enjoy every minute of your gorgeous surroundings? Many spas and resorts in the area offer outdoor treatments, so even the pampered guests have no excuse not to take advantage of the tropical scenery.
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