Belize Guide: 11th Edition

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Open Road, Nov 1, 2003 - Travel - 336 pages
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Discover tropical forests, picture-perfect palm trees, coastal wetlands, piney mountains, endless beaches and beautiful Mayan ruins. The people and places of Belize come alive in this classic travel guide to this laid-back country. Divers and snorkelers especially love Belize's offshore coral-and-sand islands, home to the world's second-longest barrier reef and perhaps the finest spot for Caribbean scuba diving and sport fishing. Open Road gives travelers the real Belize, unspoiled by mass tourism, abounding with natural wonders and warm, friendly people. Includes bonus excursion to the renowned Tikal ruins in Guatemala. "Invaluable ... don't leave home without it." -- International Travel News" Belize Guide is an excellent escort to the country's culture, activities, hotels, restaurants, and charms┐ knowledgeable about wildlife, plants, Mayan ruins, dive sites, and palm trees swaying in tropical breezes--all you need to do is book a flight." - Amazon.com editorial review.

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Contents

Introduction
13
A Short History
32
US Prices in This Book 16
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Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Paul Glassman is the author of Open Road travel guides to Costa Rica, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and Central America. His original version of "Belize Guide" was published in 1975; more than 400,000 copies of all his books have been sold since then. Charlie Morris, who makes his home in Treasure Island, Florida, is a Central America travel expert and writer, and is the updater of Open Road's "Costa Rica Guide".

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