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Fort Barlee

  Fort Barlee (Corozal, northern Belize) — At the center of town, this fort was built in 1849 by Caste War refugees for protection from attacks by hostile Maya. Remains of the brick corner turrets are still visible on the fort site. The Caste War refugees were mestizos (mixed-race Spanish & Indian locals)

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Northern Belize

Northern Belize — Winding through a veritable paradise, the New River – an ancient Maya waterway – showcases the wildlife and beautiful scenery of Northern Belize. When you visit this region in Belize, see how the sugar cane fields line the highway that lead you to explore remnants of Maya heritage. Mystical temples and mysterious […]

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ABOUT BELIZE

Located on the Caribbean coast of Central America, Belize stands out for two distinct reasons: one, it’s the only country in the region whose official language is English; and two, given its land mass (22,960 sq. km.), and just 312,000 people in the entire country, it has the lowest population density in that region. The […]