Fodor's 2007 Belize
Though it's a mere sliver on the Caribbean, Belize is one of the fastest growing destinations in Central America, and it's easy to see why. Belize enchants over 230,000 visitors a year--including honeymooners, celebrities, and diving and deep-sea fishing enthusiasts--with its surreal landscape. This brand-new guide gives a thorough overview of the entire country, from inland Maya ruin expeditions to coastal adventures.
- 8-page color insert
- Full coverage of outdoor activities from hiking in the Cayo district to boating around the atolls
- Feature chapter on Maya Ruins, including tips on visiting a ruin and a specialized itinerary
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