Travel Blogs from Maya Center, Belize

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Silent hunters is a relative term., Maya Centre, Belize travel blog

Silent hunters is a relative term.

A travel blog entry by wktsorf

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... supper. Neither of the tiny stores we passed on the way was open yet (ever?), so we stopped in to browse at the Maya Centre Women's Cooperative, which had the best selection of crafts we saw the whole time in Belize. Of course, being hot and ...

Cockscomb, Maya Center, Belize travel blog

Cockscomb

A travel blog entry by whiterabbott

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... Jaguar but much more likely to see Jaguar prints. I see neither. However, a lot of Jaguar research takes place here because Belize has the highest Jaguar population in all of South America. Currently, Belize is planning to build a damn, which is still ...

Mar 28, 2010, Maya Center, Belize travel blog

Mar 28, 2010

A travel blog entry by charlie.stez

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Maya Center, Belize, Maya Center, Belize travel blog

Maya Center, Belize

A travel blog entry by nessabfly

Hiking in the Cockscomb Wildlife Sanctuary, waterfalls and swimming holes, wonderful people and meeting the director of the whole area for the past 25 ...

Civilization is a relative term, Maya Center/Cockscomb Wildlife Sanctuary, Belize travel blog

Civilization is a relative term

A travel blog entry by azmarine

... the shared bathroom (a hole in the earth with a wood plank seat) and shower (a cold drip) are for everyone. The people in Maya Center are unsurprisingly Mayan and the women all wear dresses.  We are asked to let them know an hour in advance if we ...

Kayaking in the Jungle, Maya Center, Belize travel blog

Kayaking in the Jungle

A travel blog entry by elturtle

Hey everyone, I spent the night in Maya Centre which is the closest town, if you can call it that, to Cocksomb Basin, also called the Jaguar Reserve. It is the only Jaguar Reserve in the world, so I decided to check it out. I read about a guy who did ...

room with a view?, Maya Center/Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

room with a view?

A travel blog entry by azmarine

... pictures of the area surrounding our abode which happens to house three generations of seemingly one or two families. We hope on a bus to Belize City via Belmopan, Belize's capital.  After an uneventful ride we walk from the bus station to the ...

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