The author describes different attractions, lodging, eats/food, Reefs, Rainforest and much more for the perfect vacation in Belize.
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Matthew Kadey takes a mountain biking trip to Mayan ruins in Belize, with a side trip to Guatemala.
Belize: Inland and by the sea.
Pook’s Hill Lodge in Belize is a great place for hiking, horseback riding, swimming, birding, and exploring the mysteries of the Mayan heartland.
Belize: The Jungle Rhythms of Mayan Country. Discovering the interior of a very lightly populated country.
Destination guide to Corozal, the northernmost town on Belize’s Toucan Trail.
Belize: Diving the famous Blue Hole, 40 miles off the coast of Belize.
National Wildlife Federation 2010 expeditions: cost efficient and something for every eco-traveler.
Dr. Stuart Rose gives advice on how to stay healthy while traveling — where to find travel health information on the web and what products you can buy to have a safe and healthy trip.
Alternative Web Sites: Mexico and Central America, the author describes a list of alternative web sites to find information on travel and adventure.
Where we went: GoNOMAD staff reflect on the places they went in 2013.
Where We Went 2015: GoNOMAD Travel writers share their year in travel around the world.
A Taste of Honduras: Ted Campbell gets a taste of the small city of Tela, Honduras enjoying time on a boat, on a beach, and learning about local foods.
A guide to the Mayan ruins and treasures to be found at this historic site in the jungles of Guatemala. How to get there, where to stay, what you’ll see.
Kent St. John presents a guide to attractions, dining and lodging in Guatemala.
GoNOMAD Plane Reader ebooks: Take 30 travel articles with you on the plane, and learn all about a place before you get there. These ebooks will inspire you!
Melissa Vitti describes the many community assistance projects supported by the Planeterra Foundation, including the House of the People of the Sun in Cuzco, Peru.
Matthew Kadey takes a grueling but exilharating bike tour through the heartland of Portugal, along with Gary Fisher, the father of the mountain bike.