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A dazzling world awaits under the surface of Belize’s protected marine reserves.
Jacques Cousteau made Belize’s Great Blue Hole famous when he sailed here in 1971. At nearly 1,000 feet across and 400 feet deep, it’s the world’s largest marine sinkhole.
Palm trees fringe white sand on the wispy cayes off the shores of Belize.
The Belize Barrier Reef offers world-class snorkeling and diving.
Snorkelers explore the shallows.
Coral patches teem with harbor parrotfish, butterflyfish, octopus, and other marine species.
The Spanish colonial fort of Castillo de San Felipe stands sentry at the point where the Río Dulce meets Lake Izabal in Guatemala.
The sun sets over Tikal, one of the largest cities in the Classic Maya world, nestled in the Guatemalan rain forest.
Colorful birds like the gartered trogon can be found in the verdant jungles of Belize and Guatemala.
The ancient pyramids of Tikal, some reaching more than 200 feet, rise above the forest canopy.