A travel advisory on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office web page today warned British tourists heading to Belize to avoid three specific parts of the country which it claims is experiencing crime problems. According to the advisory, the areas of concern for British tourists are San Pedro, Caye Caulker and Placencia, where, according to the official document, and we quote: gang violence including gun crime is on the increase, especially at night," end of quote. While there is no denying the current crime situation particularly in Belize City, it came as a surprise to find that tourists are being warned to avoid some of the country's primary tourist destinations. Love News contacted the British High Commission in Belize on the matter and was told that the information that was published on the web page was a mistake. The information should have read that mugging is a risk to travelers in Belize City and crime occurs in all districts including tourist destinations like San Pedro, Caye Caulker and Placencia and tourists should be careful. According to the High Commissioner's office in Belmopan, they provide regular updates to the web site's publishers but their latest update was somehow misconstrued and will ensure that the information is corrected as soon as possible. They have promised to make the necessary corrections to the advisory; however as at news time this afternoon, the advisory with the error was still live on the internet web page of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.