Belize Guide

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Passport Press, Jan 1, 1984 - Belize - 106 pages
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Extraordinary people and places of Belize come alive in this extensive guide to Central America's hotspot. Between the Mayan huts, limestone plains, tropical forests, coastal wetlands, pine-covered mountains, and endless beaches, Belize has emerged as one of the most popular destinations in Central America. Belize Guide includes not only top accommodations and attractions, but also unexplored areas rich in history and tradition. Featuring scuba diving and restaurants to off-the-beaten-path ruins and natural wonders, Belize Guide is the ultimate tool for planning the perfect vacation.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Belizean History
7
Peoples of Belize
17
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

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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