Surveillance Footage Captures Abduction of Men from Intelco Hill
There are more details tonight of the kidnapping and gruesome murder of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas coming from the Minister of National Security, the Police top brass as well as the [...]
Saldivar Says He wasn’t Extorted by William Mason
This morning, we continued to grill Minister John Saldivar on his involvement with William Mason, who allegedly contributed up to fifty thousand dollars to the Belmopan Bandits team sometime in [...]
Did Patrick Faber Throw John Saldivar Under the Bus over Mason’s Introduction?
So the Police knew about Mason’s past since last year. And the conman slash extortionist slash kidnapper has been under active investigation for a violent kidnapping at gunpoint of Mennonite [...]
Minister of Police Attempts to Clarify Delay in Arresting Mason for Kidnapping
Deputy Prime Minister Faber was able to enjoy drinks at Mason’s home on June seventh because police were investigating a serious allegation of kidnapping against him, but never picked him [...]
PM Barrow Says Mason Debacle Doesn’t Look Good for U.D.P.
The Barrow administration is faced with an embarrassing situation, following the murder of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas. In the aftermath of the ghastly homicide last Friday, it has come to light [...]
Speculation of Gapi Vega’s Involvement in Introducing Mason to Friesens Debunked
Back to the Prime Minister…According to the P.M., the issue of Mason’s connection to members of cabinet came up during their weekly meeting on Tuesday. As we have reported, Lucas [...]
PM Confirms that Police were Shadowing William Mason AKA Ted Ouelette
On Monday, at a press conference held by the Ministry of National Security, it was revealed that police had been pursuing Mason for several weeks, following a report of an [...]
P.U.P. Demands Removal of John Saldivar and GSU Commander from Respective Posts
The People’s United Party came out swinging today, strongly criticizing the Barrow administration, as well as the Belize Police Department in a press conference at Independence Hall. The P.U.P. has [...]
Was Mason Protected by Law Enforcement?
So, did Mason act with impunity because he may have been protected by higher-ups in law enforcement? Here’s the prime minister’s response to that question. Prime Minister Dean Barrow [...]
PM Questions the Issuance of Mason’s Birth Certificate
Throughout the unfolding ordeal, several questions have been asked about Mason’s Belizean citizenship. Despite the many assumed names: William Ferguson, Ted Ouellet, Raj Ouellet, Danny Ouellet and Ramesh….Mason was in [...]
John Briceño Says Police and Immigration Departments Goofed Up
The issue of Mason’s licenses to lawfully have in his possession an arsenal of weapons was also brought up today. Opposition Leader John Briceno questioned the acquisition of those gun [...]
Was Russell Blackett a Regular at Casa de Danny Mason?
Perhaps the explanation of the Police reticence in grabbing Mason for two months seems incredible because high-ranking Police officers seemed quite comfortable and cozy on that very same property. By [...]
Blackett Explains Police Handling of High-risk Prisoners
And finally on our coverage of Mason for tonight, we asked about the obvious presence of elite Police units during the attempted arraignment of the five men on Monday in [...]
GSU Commander Replaced Following Investigation for Alleged Sexual Assault
GSU Commander Mark Flowers has been pictured grinning from ear to ear, cozily hugging William Mason, but depending on the outcome of an investigation currently underway, he won’t be smiling [...]
P.U.P. on B.T.L. Arbitration Award
The B.T.L. arbitration award, as well as the economic impact of having to dole out hundreds of millions of dollars to compensate for the nationalization of the utility company, remains [...]
John Briceño Breaks Down B.T.L.’s Acquisition Cost
Briceño, during the press conference, also broke down the arbitration award into annual payments, calculating the figure retroactively to the 2009 nationalization of the utility company. John Briceño, P.U.P. [...]
Alleged Culprits in Income Tax Heist are Detained
There was a robbery last Friday evening at the Income Tax Department in Belmopan. Sometime around five-thirty p.m., as employees were wrapping up for the day, they were held up [...]
Rural Eastern Division Police Crack Human Smuggling Ring
The Rural Eastern Division police were able to crack what seems to be another smuggling ring in the Belize District. On Tuesday afternoon around three o’clock, officers stationed at Crooked [...]
Fourteen-foot Croc Killed in May Pen Following Drowning of Minor
On Sunday, a fourteen-foot crocodile attacked and killed eight year old Adrianna Moody as she swam with cousins and an aunt in the river that traverses the village of May [...]
A New Police Barracks is Inaugurated in Hattieville
Today, the rank and file of the Belize Police Department gathered in Hattieville for the opening of a project two and a half years in the making. It’s a new [...]
Summer Camp at YWCA
Secondary and primary school students are on holidays and away from the classrooms. But there is a way to keep them occupied in ongoing programs. The YWCA is hosting various [...]
Frank Mena says he received 10K from William Mason For His Campaign
So …. Prime Minister Barrow says his Cabinet ministers are not associated with the untoward dealings of William Mason and has admitted that Ministers Saldivar and Mena were recipients of financial aid in sports and politics. A few minutes ago, Minister Frank Pawpa Mena sent out a release speaking of the ten thousand dollars he […]
Crocodile that killed eight year old girl captured and killed
The 14-foot crocodile believed to have killed the 8-year-old girl was killed. ACP Edward Broaster explained how it happened. “The body of the crocodile was discovered yesterday at about 6:45pm in the river in the Maypen village area.” Reporter: Can you confirm how the crocodile died? Edward Broaster: “Gunshot wounds.” Reporter: How have you all […]
GSU Commander Accused Of Carnal Knowledge
The command of the Gang Suppression Unit is on leave but while he is away there is an allegation that has been made involving him and a 13-year-old child whom he had unlawful sexual intercourse. Deputy Commissioner Russell Blackett spoke of the allegation. “I must tell you that yes I was called by the commander […]
Belmopan Income Tax Robbers Apprehended
Last Friday, July 15, the employees at the Belmopan Income Tax office were held up at gun point by three robbers. An estimated thirty thousand dollars plus valuables belonging to the employees were taken. The police officer on duty was tied up and his point thirty eight revolver taken. The Belmopan Police has reported this […]
PUP Nationalization Of BTL Was Political Mileage
The BTL Arbitration Award was in the headlines for a number of days, emphasizing on the almost half a billion dollars that would have to be paid out. In the PUP press brief conducted today, the issue was once again brought up. This time, the PUP questioned the Prime Minister on his secret meeting with […]
PUP Says Quality Of Life Is Deteriorating
For weeks we have been hearing the educated and the politicians and the activists speak of the dent in the economy that is anticipated due to the high cost of the arbitration award. Today, the PUP painted a dismal picture of Belize’s economic future. “Since 2009 the Belizean people have not seen their quality of […]
Barrow Speaks About Mason And Alleged Relationship With Cabinet Members
Prime Minister Dean Barrow was the guest on The Morning Show today. While two hours of his undivided attention would seem sufficient to cover a wide range of issues, it wasn’t nearly enough to discuss four of the top burning national issues, being, the BTL Arbitration Award, the murder of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas, Crime and […]
PUP Says John Saldivar received finance from Mason
The relationship between National Security Minister, John Saldivar and the accused murderer, William Mason is one of the highlights in this case and with that has come speculations that there may be a cover up of some sorts. PUP Party Leader, John Briceno spoke of the financial contributions received by Saldivar. “Our reliable information says […]
Leader of the Opposition Says Recent Killing “Should Jolt Everyone”
Leader of the Opposition led a PUP press conference this afternoon at Independence Hall in Belize City. One of the issues addressed was the recent killing of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas. Briceno says that this recent killing should jolt everyone to the point where justice is demanded. “We asked you here today because a Belizean; a […]
PM Barrow Expresses Outrage About Pastor Lucas’ Homicide
Earlier this year there was the discovery of a headless torso found in the river in the Belmopan area. It was a gruesome scene as the body was already in a state of decomposition. The discovery of a human head, however, is unprecedented in Belize and with that Prime Minister Dean Barrow expressed outrage at […]
Mason had friends in high places
At Monday’s press conference held by the Minister of National Security, the media asked a barrage of questions regarding Mason’s apparent ties to numerous high ranking government officials and his ties specifically to the Minister of National Security whose football club Mason sponsored financially...
Pastor Lue’s accused murderers arraigned
The nation of Belize is still reeling from the cruel and gruesome murder of Pastor Llewelyn Lucas. Lucas’ head was found in the back of a truck belonging to Canadian William Mason; the rest of his body found burned on a ranch also belonging to Mason. The five men charged in the murder of Pastor Lle...
Bulgarians back in court for confiscation challenge
28 year old Jeorji Petrov, and 25 year old Halid Yuksel Aptula have already pleaded guilty to multiple counts of theft and are serving a concurrent 12-month prison sentence. In May of this year, the Bulgarian nationals were caught stealing from the Belize Bank ATM through a fraudulent scheme; now ...
San Pedro Columbia Village council demands works done in community
Oscar Requena, the Area Representative of Toledo West, along with the San Pedro Colombia village council, held a small protest at the Ministry of Works compound in Punta Gorda. He says the community feels that it is being neglected while Government equipment is being used for private initiatives. O...
Man stabbed and killed in San Ignacio; suspect on the run
There is another murder to report on tonight, which also happened in the Cayo District. According to police, on Monday July 18th , police were called out to Floyd Moro Street, in the Santiago Juan Layout of San Ignacio Town. On the dirt road, lying face up in a pool of blood, was the body of 33 y...
Bomb threat at Cayo store
There was a bomb threat in the San Ignacio area on Monday. ABC store was evacuated and searched following the 911 call to police. Superintendent Richard Rosado told us more. Supt. Richard Rosado, Superintendent of Police “On Monday the 18th of July 2016 a caller called the police via 911 and stated...
Why was Lucas’ head saved and where was it going?
One of the burning questions in the Llewelyn Lucas murder case that has not been answered as yet is the reason for the head being in the truck, since according to police, Lucas was killed on the ranch, his head removed, and the rest of his body burned. The head found in the truck was cleaned up, ac...
Mentally challenged P.G. man admits manslaughter in stepfather’s death
25 year old David Ortiz of Punta Gorda Town has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of manslaughter in the death of his stepfather, 69 year old David Benguche in March of 2014. Ortiz, found to be mentally challenged, was today handed a sentence of 8 years in prison by Supreme Court Justice Dennis Hano...
Was Pastor Lucas reaching out for help before his death?
In the case of the murder of Pastor Llewelyn Lucas, it appears that he was trying to reach out for help in regards to some trouble he was in. We have come to that conclusion since earlier on Friday, the same day his head was found in William Mason’s truck, Lucas had made an early morning stop at Pl...
DETAILS OF MASON ARRANGEMENT
Details continue to surface in what may be considered the most heinous crime in Belize’s history, that of the decapitation of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas by several accomplices including a man with a dubious past, who currently goes by the name William Mason. The other accused are Ernest Castillo, Ashton...
Western Union in Orange Walk robbed
There was a robbery in Orange Walk on Monday afternoon at a Western Union located at # 47 Belize Corozal Road. Police say that a 25-year-old cashier reported that on 18th July, at 12:15 p.m. he was working at Western Union attending to customers when a male person of Hispanic descent , wearing a str...
BTV says Guatemalan Fishermen continue unabated
The Belize Territorial Volunteers took a trip to the Sarstoon River today and says that the Guatemalan fisher folks continue to fish in Belizean waters unabated. BTV leader Will Maheai spoke to his camera crew earlier today after they discovered a gill net in Belizean waters. Will Maheai,Belize Terr...
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Go Joven Belize holds first youth forum
Go Joven Belize, a non-government organization based in Belmopan, held its first youth forum today at the Center for Employment Training conference room in San Ignacio Town. Go Belize, as it is also called, was established in 2011 and is focused on youth leadership development […]
GOB: William Mason alleged victims did not file police reports
Police could not act on various reports in which William Mason, murder accused, was a suspect because his victims did not file police reports, ensuring that there was nothing on record suggesting him as a threat to public safety. Prime Minister Dean Barrow told […]
Police announce new evidence against William Mason as P.M. deals with “optics” of associations
Prime Minister Right Honorable Dean Barrow warned against “jumping to wrong conclusions” based on the reports that several of his area representatives and ministers were being wined and dined by now accused murderer and con artist William Mason. Meanwhile, police say that a videotape purporting […]
San Pedro CIB nab 764 grams at airstrip
A little after midday today law enforcers and detectives retrieved from the San Pedro Town Tropic Air Cargo a small brown box containing a yellow plastic bag containing two wrapped transparent packages containing suspected cannabis. Officers also discovered a black plastic bag containing two […]
PUP: Opportunities missed to stop William Mason
The People’s United Party (PUP) says Government and the Police Department have some serious explanations to make concerning its associations with murder accused William Mason. Party Leader John Briceño pointed fingers at Minister of National Security John Saldivar; the top echelon of the Police […]
Slight showers expected today
The general situation for today is for relatively moist and unstable conditions to prevail over the sea. The 24-hour forecast is for sunny skies with cloudy spells during the daytime and at times in the night. A few showers and isolated thunderstorms will occur […]
16 pics of Caye Caulker and San Pedro Lobster Festival
Lobster season in Belize is 8 months long and always starts off with countrywide celebrations honoring the fishermen and the environmental reasons for the season. I managed to attend two lobster festivals again this year. I had a great time at each one as always and both were a little different than the time before. I also caught the fair a few times with a few different people and included my 2 favorite pics from that as a bonus collage below. I will start with the last lobster fest first.
I’m thankful for Ecologic Divers owner and good friend Kendall’s invitation to join mutual friends Aimee and Kenny on the Impromptu – Ecologic Cats. I was ready for a relaxing social sail and excited to see who else was on the boat. Other than 2 Karen’s I had no idea who else was coming to the party. It turned out to be a great mix of a few more people I knew and many I did not.
I have always liked Caye Caulker Lobsterfest because it is daytime and it’s smaller in size. Caye Caulker is also such a cute colorful island and is always fun to visit especially by Catamaran.
Belize Eco-Kids Summer Camp – Day 2
We awoke early, when the morning was still cool and fresh and the sunlight had barely broken out from behind the trees. The campers crowded around the campfire and rubbed sleep out of their eyes as the Camp Director, Levi Baldwin, told us what we were doing for the morning.
Armed with backpacks filled with water and long pants tucked into thick boots, we walked for ten minutes to the end of the road, where a Chaa Creek vehicle picked us up. Bumping around, we were jostled to the real starting point of the camp birdwatching hike, where we met our two guides. They quickly proved themselves extremely knowledgeable and we almost immediately spotted a large yellow-breasted thrush. As we continued through the cool, dense jungle, we saw loads of birds and their nests, including a large swarm of spiraling vultures, woodpeckers, parrots and thrushes.
Belizean Resorts among the Best Resort Hotels in Central America
Belizean tourism partners seem to be at forefront of 2016 award season, as more chic resorts have received international top honors. This time its Matachica Resort and Turtle Inn who have been listed in the top five The Best Resort Hotels in Central America by Travel+Leisure. This honor is bestowed upon establishments based on the service, cuisine, location, the rooms and facilities, and overall value offered to guests. It’s the remarkable reviews from each and every guest that ultimately decides the honorees for this title.
While both the first and second spots where secured by resorts in Costa Rica – Nayara Springs and Nayara Hotel, Spa, & Gardens were listed as first and second Best Resort Hotels in Central America, respectively – Belize did not fall behind as we captured the third and fifth spots. Hurray!
The Island Dream Served with a Straw
Sun in your face, sea mist on your skin, the gentle tropical breeze refreshing your body. You either take time to relax during a sunset dinner cruise, enjoy an adventurous snorkeling cruise or party hard during an all-you-can-drink booze cruise. It’s your Island Dream on board the YOLO!!!
I have to say, that the YOLO catamaran boat tours are one of the best on Ambergris Caye. Take the ‘Island Dream’ cocktail that I ‘literally’ keep dreaming of every day. It’s a darn good cocktail made with fresh watermelon infused with Belizean rum. It packs a good PUNCH!! It’s fresh, fresh, fresh..one of my favorite on the island. The YOLO crew cannot see your glass run empty; nope that does not happen on board. It’s the Island Dream served with a Straw and then some.
You Only Live Once (YOLO)! But who says you can go island cruising only one time? I have been on cruise aboard the YOLO of Island Dream Tours on various occasions and needless to say all my experiences have been memorable. From spending an entire day in the sun, swimming with the sharks and rays at Shark Ray Alley, exploring the canyons at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and exploring Caye Caulker on their snorkel cruise to marveling at the beauty of a Belizean sunset cruising along at the speed of YOLO next to the barrier reef. A true Island Dream!
ACTUN TUNICHIL MUKNAL– ATM – MY BELIZE JUNGLE CAVING ADVENTURE!
The ATM cave is located 7 miles off the Western Highway, in the village of Teakettle. The scenery from Belize City to the village, is quite striking. The terrain changes as you make your way along the winding highway; from flat lands, to valleys and then to mountains of rich vegetation. Along the way, you can even get a glimpse of the thousands of years old – Sleeping Giant.
The village itself provides much history and was part of a thriving Mayan Civilization. These stories and more are shared by our knowledgeable guide, Brainard. The road is rocky, however the air conditioning inside the van, made it bearable. After about 7 miles and 45 minutes we arrived at our disembark point.
The ATM Cave tells the wretched tale of a civilization, plagued with drought, and other unfavorable conditions – becoming more and more desperate in their attempts to appease the Gods – and bring forth rain and good conditions for farming. Seen as a gateway to the underworld, the caves instilled fear in the souls of the community members. For eons of years, entering these caves was strictly prohibited. Not only was it prohibited, but also the residents feared curses upon the family lines of anyone who would dare to enter.
Saharan Dust Slows Down Storm Activity In Hurricane Season’s Second Month
Even before the 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season started, the storms were forming. First there was Alex in January, then Bonnie in late May, then Colin and Danielle in June. Since Danielle’s June 20 formation, there has been calm in the Atlantic.
And meteorologist with AccuWeather, Ed Vallee says Sahara Dust has something to do with that.
An unusually strong high-pressure system in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean is kicking up plumes of Saharan dust. Tropical systems need sea surface temperatures of at least 80 degrees, as well as moisture in the atmosphere to feed. So the dry Saharan dust is starving potential systems.
“The water temperatures are plenty warm, but the dry, dusty air is really inhibiting development,” he told the Palm Beach Post. Vallee added that heavy wind shear, another tropical cyclone killer, is also occurring with the Saharan dust.
NOAA Outlook for Central America July 21 - 27, 2016
Over the last 7 days, rainfall was below average for most areas of Central America. Many locales only received less than 25mm of rain for the week. These included many parts of central Guatemala, central Honduras, and western Nicaragua. For some, those totals equate to less than a quarter of what they would normally receive for the period. Areas that did receive heavier rain (>150-200mm according to TRMM) include southern Guatemala and southeastern Nicaragua. While this was abnormally wet for parts of southern Guatemala, It was still slightly less than average for Nicaragua. Repeated weeks of poor rainfall performance are enlarging longer-term moisture deficits, both in magnitude and in coverage. Many local areas are now observing less than 50% of average rainfall over the last 30 days.
Facing long odds, HU alum Brandon Jones is ready for his first Olympics
Unlike most of the competition he'll face in Rio de Janeiro, Brandon Jones is new to all this. Not only will this be his first taste of the Olympics, he's also not used to dealing with the press.
"This is the most publicity I've received in my career," Jones said following a Tuesday morning workout at Hampton University. "I've gotten some articles in previous years in Belize, but U.S.-wise, I've never received much publicity.
"It's surreal. It's pretty awesome."
Belize, nestled along the eastern coast of Central America with a population of about 370,000, is the country Jones will represent in Brazil. His event is the 200 meters, where he'll go against (among others) LaShawn Merritt, Justin Gatlin and Usain Bolt.
Dig in! Culinary blade fragments a prized find on Schneider’s archaeological dig
At the same site where Maya people were digging in to their daily meals, Rachel Schneider was eagerly digging in to the dirt two millennium later.
The place? Chan Chich, a site tucked away in the jungles of northwest Belize.
The purpose? Continuing investigations of an important ancient Maya city.
Schneider didn’t mind the hot, humid weather, especially when the gruelling excavation work produced a unique find that would give her a glimpse into the lives of the Maya people who inhabited the site between 1000 B.C. and A.D. 850.
Schneider uncovered two small blade fragments made of obsidian. This was a “big deal,” she said, because along with traces of ash from a fire, the artifacts are good evidence that the Maya people were processing food on the site and using the blades to cut the food.
A Chocolate Lover Works to Support Cacao Farmers
It wouldn’t be my idea of an idyllic summer vacation. But Joy and Jared Thaler just returned from Belize where they learned to harvest cacao beans with machetes.
“You have to be careful not to nick certain parts of the tree,” Ms. Thaler explained as we sat at 2beans, an espresso bar and chocolate shop on Park Avenue between East 40th and East 41st streets, just south of Grand Central Terminal.
Their trip wasn’t purely recreational, however. Ms. Thaler is founder of CocoaCompassion, a company that supports smallholder cacao farmers and is trying to foster conditions that will guarantee them a living wage.
The company recently came out with its first chocolate bar from cacao beans grown in Belize. It’s 70% cacao with Peruvian pink sea salt and costs $8.
IOC AWARDS 2018-2020 BROADCAST RIGHTS IN THE CARIBBEAN
IMC has acquired the broadcast rights on all media platforms in all languages in the following 22 territories:
Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, and Turks and Caicos.
IMC will partner with broadcasters across the region and leverage all of Digicel’s platforms to deliver live coverage and highlights of the Olympic Games via free-to-air and cable television, as well as all mobile, streaming and other digital media platforms. In addition, the IOC and IMC will work together on distribution and content creation for the IOC’s soon-to-be-launched Olympic Channel.
IOC President Thomas Bach said: “We are pleased that we will be working again in the future with IMC in the Caribbean. This partnership will ensure fantastic coverage, including on free-to-air television, of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. We are also excited to be working with IMC on the future development and distribution of the Olympic Channel in the region.”
Banks abandon the Caribbean, local bitcoin exchange experiences 33% increase in users every month since February
Smaller, poorer countries are being abandoned by big banks in an exodus commonly referred to as “de-risking” or “de-banking.” In the Caribbean, where many small countries with poorer populations reside close to each other, the problem is getting so bad that local businesses regularly have a hard time receiving remittances and paying suppliers outside of their own country, even when their trading partner is just the next island over.
The growing trend in the Caribbean is the topic of a recent report by the IMF, and the subject of a talk by IMF director Christine Lagarde on Monday, at the US Federal Reserve.
According to Madame Lagarde, at least five Caribbean countries were ‘de-risked’ as of this May, with 16 or more international banks withdrawing their correspondent banking relationships.
This land-locks the money on some of these island nations, cutting residents and businesses off from foreign trade. Belize is most affected by the trend, but most of the Caribbean is deeply affected.
WCOPA 2016 -BELIZE -PARADE OF NATIONS, 9min. The 20th Annual World Championships of Performing Arts 2016 (WCOPA) will present the WORLDSTARS “Parade of Nations”
Carnival Magic 2016 7 Day Western Caribbean (Part 3) Belize - Barrier Reef / Starfish Island, 7min. Western Caribbean cruise on the Carnival Magic. This Cruise departed from Port Canaveral on June 18th 2016. Join as we Snorkel on a Barrier Reef and relax on Starfish Island!!
Mexico-Belize, 9min. Travesia por parte de Mexico y Belize durante enero/febrero 2016.
Trip to Caye Caulker, Belize, 3.5min.
Belize CRE 2016 Scuba diving, 11min.
Bahamas National Youth Choir, 1min. They arrived on Carnival Cruise Line and brought smiles to a packed house at Bliss Center for Performing Arts... Thank you Bahamas National Youth Choir! (You may recognize the song at the end of this video)
Belize Trip 2016, 8min.
Land Of Make Belize, 5min. Spent 10 days in Belize with my big bro Matt scuba diving in the Belize Barrier Reef, the Blue Hole, swimming with sharks and manta rays, bicycling around the whole island, finding ALL the bars with swings, exploring the Mayan Ruins of Tikal!
Zip Lining in Belize, 11min.
Dance Rehearsal 360 San Pedro Belize, 3.5min.
Conservation in Belize: Our Shared Natural Heritage, 12min. A playful take on current projects and collaborations taking place in Belize to help keep the tourism industry there sustainable and eco-friendly. Presented by WWF in coordination with Peninsula International Academy and Sea to Shore Alliance.
Filming Belize, 8min.
DOLPHINS LOCAL DIVE SAN PEDRO BELIZE, 1.5min. JULY 19, 2016 GREAT DAY OF DIVING.
Landing in San Pedro, Belize, 2min.
Sharks and Dolphins Local Dive San Pedro Belize, 3min. Dive 2 with Belize Pro Dive Center. Yes..Dolphins and plenty of Nurse Sharks, great viz, awesome dive! July 19, 2016