Belize. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 260 pages
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Ease your way into the island life on Ambergris Caye, where comfortable to luxurious lodgings and fine restaurants will pamper you between water activities. Smooth away any lingering symptoms of stress with a few days on Caye Caulker, then head to Lighthouse Reef or Turneffe Atoll for a spell of more remote island life with as much top-class diving, snorkeling and fishing as you can take. Accommodations range from camping on Half Moon Caye to the luxuries of Lighthouse Reef Resort. South of Turneffe Atoll, Tobacco Caye, with a cluster of midrange accommodations, and South Water Caye, with just three lodges, pop their heads up off the barrier reef. Further out is possibly the most idyllic of Belize’s three atolls, Glover’s Reef, with the only true budget resort on Belize’s outer islands as well as a couple of more expensive places. Continue by visiting beautiful reef islands such as the Silk Cayes and Ranguana Caye, and to round off your peregrinations on Belize’s southernmost offshore gems, the unspoiled Sapodilla Cayes. Weave your way through jungle rivers to the haunting sound of howler monkeys, escape the 21st century at Lamanai’s millennia-old Maya ruins, dive deep with technicolor marine life at spectacular Glover’s Reef or just kick back with a fruity rum punch. Whatever adventures you have in mind, this comprehensive guide will take you deep into the heart of Belize.

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This book definitely helped on my trip. It's not stellar reading, but it's not supposed to be. It is full of maps, ideas and little things that are really helpful to know. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Noble grew up in the cool, green valley of the River Ribble, England.

Forsyth spent a decade teaching in the Victorian state education system before heading off for a year as a volunteer lecturer in Sri Lanka.

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