Tag: belize

Night Zipline, Mayflower Bocawina Nat. Park, Belize, Central America

I take a night time zipline through the Mayflower Bocawina National Forest in Belize. The run I take is 2,300 feet (700 mtr) long, the longest in Belize.

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Belize Bitters – Natural Herbal Remedy – Belize City

While in Belize City I ran into John, who ran a small roadside stall selling herbal remedies from the Belizean Jungle. John showed me a staple of Belizean natural medicine, bitters. The bitters are made from 21 varieties of jungle roots and are used to cleanse the body, cleanse the blood. The bitters can be […]

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Sailing the Caribbean – Learning to sail

I’ve been lucky enough to join a yacht on it’s way to Cuba. Truls, a retired Norwegian pilot was looking for crew to join him on his 44 ft Beneteau called Scipionne. In this video I show you around the yacht, which comfortably sleeps six and shows you our first day of sailing from Old […]

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Caye Caulker Marine Reserve Half Day Snorkelling Tour

I did a half day snorkelling tour with EZ Boy Tours of the Caye Caulker Marine Reserve. Tours run from 10.30am till 1.30pm and 2pm to 5pm. The tour spends one hour at three different locations: Sting Ray Village South Channel (Tropical Fish) Coral Gardens On my tour I saw sting rays, sharks, tropical fish, […]

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Mayan Underworld, Crystal Cave – San Ignacio, Hun Chi’ik Tours

I join a tour with Hun Chi’ik Tours in San Ignacio, Belize to visit the mystical Crystal Cave (Cow Mountain) We start the tour by hiking through the steamy jungle, I film my first Blue Morpho Butterfly. We then descend into the Mayan Underworld, going 150 metres down into the cave system, that has been […]

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Garifuna Cuisine, Dangriga, Belize – Hudut Soup & Fish Fillet, Tomato/Rum Sauce, Cassava Fries

Recently in Dangriga, Belize I met up with Madeline at the Riverside Cafe. I joined her in the kitchen where she taught me some Garifuna recipes. The Garifuna are descendants of African shipwrecked slaves who interbred with the local Carib and Arawak people of St Vincent. When the British took over St Vincent from the […]

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Hol Chan Sailing and Snorkeling Trip, Caye Caulker, Belize

I join Caye Caulker local Dianny for what she says is the best sailing and snorkeling tour in Caye Caulker. On the trip we visit 3 snorkeling locations; Shark Ray Alley, Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Reef Channel. On the tour we see Sharks, Rays and Turtles as well as numerous fish species and coral. […]

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Hopkins, Belize, Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Coconut Row Guest Houses

TripAdvisor has changed the way we travel. Coconut Row Guesthouse is the number one listed B n B in Hopkins, Belize. I ask owner Damien, what it takes to be a number one listed guesthouse on TripAdvisor.

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Belize Jungle Eco Resort – Mama Noots, Stann Creek, Mayflower Bocawina National Park

Mama Noots Eco Resort is nestled in the heart of the Mayflower Bocawina National Park. They are situated on over 7,000 acres of lush jungle, including five waterfalls and ancient Mayan ruins. They are an authentic eco resort, all our power comes from solar, hydro and wind sources. They provide meals on site and most […]

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Belize Garifuna Cuisine – Bundiga Fish Soup

At the riverside cafe in Dangriga, Belize, chef and owner Madeline cooked me up a Garifuna speciality, Bundiga. Bundiga is a fish soup made of coconut milk, green bananas and okra. The Garifuna are a cultural group in Belize who originated in St Vincent and where the result of intermarriage between shipwrecked slaves from West […]

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