Entries in #adventure (21)

Monday
Sep112017

September  Celebrations

September is one of the best times to come to Belize! It’s the tourism off-season, which means cheaper prices and a quieter island and it’s also the occasion to partake in the September celebrations.

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Wednesday
Aug302017

Belizian  Flavours

Belize is full of amazing things, food included. It's such a great part of travelling that we thought we'd let you in on some of Belize's best kept secrets. Here are our top 5 places to eat in Caye Caulker.

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Tuesday
Jun062017

Grass Is Always Bluer On The Other  Tide

I love grass. People give me the weirdest look when I tell them I study seagrass, they love the fact that I study the manatees, but very very rarely will anyone say ‘oh very cool, seagrass must be interesting!’

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Tuesday
Mar142017

Settling Into Caye  Caulker

As the new project coordinator, I was required to get my PADI rescue diver course. I decided to come a few days early in Caye Caulker to get this training at the local dive shop Frontier collaborates with. 

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Tuesday
Nov152016

Relaxation is Caye…

"The moment I landed in Belize, I realised I had a made a horrible, horrible mistake, I forgot to get changed into more appropriate clothing during my stop-over in Houston" 

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Monday
Oct312016

The Go Slow Guide to Belize and Caye Caulker

Our Principal Investigator on our Frontier Belize camp in Caye Caulker gives us a rundown on everything Belize and why it should be added to your bucket list..

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Wednesday
Oct192016

With a Little Help From Our Friends.

On the Frontier Belize project we do not work alone, although we have many friends and local partners who help with our conservation work the two main organisations working alongside us are the Belize Department of Fisheries and the Forest and Marine Reserves Association of Caye Caulker (FAMRACC).

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Thursday
Oct132016

Conch Season 

Time for a country wide conch survey! Find out about the importance of this and how our team have been getting involved..

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Monday
Aug152016

Hurricane Earl 

Wow. So we’ve had an incredible first two weeks in August on Project with our new volunteers. As you’ll probably know Belize was hit by a Category One Hurricane named Earl in the first week of August and this whilst not part of project life was an interesting experience for volunteers and staff alike.

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Monday
Jul182016

Manatee Sightings 

A couple of weeks ago the world celebrated shark week, but for us here in Belize we decided it was going to be a week of keeping our fingers crossed for manatee sightings!

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