Entries in #travel (33)

Wednesday
Feb142018

Top 5 Spare-Time Activities On  Camp

Here in Belize we sometimes spend the whole day on camp, especially on Sundays, to relax from the activities of the week.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Life on South Caye  Caulker

Camp is ideal for anyone that could do with some peace and serenity from the stresses of life, but one can also find a rivalling contrast on South Caye Caulker, providing a great balance of both relaxation and entertainment.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Shark and Ray  Alley

This was one of my first experiences in the water with both Nurse Sharks (Ginglymostoma cirratum) and (Dasyatidae) Rays. It was extraordinary to watch each species entwining between the next as though they were the same.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Crocodiles of the North  Island

Although there are freshwater species of Crocodile residing in Belize, The American or Saltwater Crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is the most common species of Crocodile that can be found in its surrounding Cayes and Mangrove communities.

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Thursday
Jan182018

Arrivals in  Belize

As I was about to embark on my journey to Belize, both anticipation and dread added to the surplus of weight I carried on my shoulders.

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Wednesday
Dec062017

Dredging  Paradise

Caye Caulker was hit by a hurricane in August 2016. This event changed the island as a lot of buildings were damaged, docks were destroyed and roads flooded. Another problem arising from this catastrophe was the shore being deeply modified with huge amounts of sand being dragged by the currents, wind and big waves.

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Wednesday
Nov292017

Diving, Surveys and Fun in  Belize!

My name is Natalie, I have traveled to Caye Caulker, Belize from Ontario, Canada. I have come here to take part in the Frontier volunteer dive program for 3 weeks.

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Wednesday
Nov292017

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Actun Tunichil Muknal  Cave

Apart from Caye Caulker, volunteers visiting our project sometimes take time off to visit other beautiful sites around Belize.

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Thursday
Nov162017

Dive and Science  Training

As we welcomed our new volunteers this week for the month of November, we started teaching them some important knowledge that’s necessary to run our research here in Caye Caulker.

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Thursday
Nov092017

Belizean Boat  Captain

As the project coordinator here on the Frontier Belize Project, one of my responsibility is to drive the Frontier boat. Having passed my captain licence in Switzerland on the quiet Swiss lakes, I was a bit apprehensive driving a boat in the sea and bringing volunteers to the reef everyday.

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