The Belize Barrier Reef is the second largest reef in the world and contains a variety of marine life. The reef encompasses 7 different areas that are protected and each have a unique underwater environment.

Home to many different marine life forms that are endangered, from fish to turtles to crocodiles, there is much to see. Every visit gives a unique experience as there are more than 400 islands along the coast for 185 miles to explore the reef from.

Some of the life that is there today may not be around in the future to see, so this is a once in a lifetime experience that everyone should enjoy at least once.

WHY SPECIAL

7 sites in this World Heritage

  • Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve
  • Blue Hole Natural Monument
  • Half Moon Caye Natural Monument
  • South Water Caye Marine Reserve
  • Glovers Reef Marine Reserve
  • Laughing Bird Caye National Park
  • Sapodilla Cayes Marine Reserve

Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve

Blue Hole Natural Monument

Half Moon Caye Natural Monument

South Water Caye Marine Reserve

Glovers Reef Marine Reserve

Laughing Bird Caye National Park

Sapodilla Cayes Marine Reserve

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