Belize Guide

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Passport Press/Travel Line, Jan 1, 1992 - Travel - 281 pages
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Belize is the newest adventure destination in the Americas. And according to International Travel News, Paul Glassman's BELIZE GUIDE is "Invaluable...Don't leave home without it!" The coral atolls of Belize recall the South Seas. A submarine fantasy world thrives along a great barrier reef. Lush rain forests conceal ancient Mayan Temples. Belize is nearby & spectacular...& virtually unknown. BELIZE GUIDE is the most detailed travel handbook available for this new nation, once called British Honduras. Its 288 pages are packed with up-to-date information on cities, towns, beaches, offshore islands, Mayan sites, national parks, hotels, restaurants, & transportation, as well as the spectacular ruins of Tikal, in Guatemala. Canoeing, kayaking, jungle lodging & diving all await the visitor--& are fully covered. Photos, city & regional maps, & plans of archaeological sites are included, along with a color map of the country, right on the back cover. Talk about user friendly! Can you get to the unique Belize Zoo under your own steam? How about the Baboon Sanctuary? Are there travel agents familiar with the territory? Do they have "800" numbers? Is there anything for the kids to eat? All the answers are in BELIZE GUIDE! Available direct from Passport Press, Box 1346, Champlain, NY 12919 (Add $2 shipping).

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Contents

Introduction
1
Peoples of Belize
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Around Belize
65
Copyright

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