Three Female Minors Die in Blaze at Youth Hostel
Three female minors, one-fourteen and two-sixteen years old lost their lives tragically in a fire at the Youth Hostel on Saturday at Mile twenty-one on the George Price Highway. Tonight, [...]
Three Persons Placed On Leave Pending Investigation Findings
The news of the tragedy spread like wildfire across social media as families and friends of Arnold, Carlos and McKoy expressed outrage at the senseless loss of life. Residents are [...]
Former Family Court Director to Lead Investigation into Deadly Fire
As we said, there are many unanswered questions, but a criminal as well as an independent investigation are currently underway to determine if there is negligence in the death of [...]
Youth Threatens to Jump Off Building in Wake of Fire
The terrible, senseless deaths of three young girls entrusted to the care of the state are tragedy enough. No matter what any investigation indicates, or reveals, the primary victims are [...]
Protest of Guatemalan President-Elect Crashed by GSU Officers
News Five has extensive coverage tonight of the very under the radar visit of Guatemalan President Elect Jimmy Morales. Morales is on a whirlwind round of country visits prior to [...]
PM Barrow Says Discussion with Morales Was Cordial
Against that backdrop of little protest and big guns, Prime Minister Dean Barrow and Guatemalan President-Elect Jimmy Morales met for about thirty minutes, for discussions and the usual photo op. [...]
COLA President Geovanni Brackett Released Without Charges
COLA President Geovanni Brackett, one of five persons who protested on Coney Drive, was released at around midday from the Queen Street Police Station, without being charged. He told News [...]
Two Teenagers Charged for Brutal Murder of Belize City Businessman
Tonight, two teenagers age eighteen and nineteen years old, are behind bars for the murder of businessman, Rueben Perez that occurred on November twenty-sixth at his business on Vernon Street [...]
PM Barrow Says Decision to Grant Fugitive David Nanes Bail Worrisome
The curious tale of international fugitive David Nanes Schnitzer is one of those things that make you go hmmm – repeatedly and very loudly. Wanted by Mexico for fraud to [...]
Why Didn’t Police Conduct Surveillance of David Nanes?
Bail for such a fugitive as Nanes is one thing…one very strange thing. But then there’s the matter of Police scrutiny. How is it that Nanes was allowed to just [...]
Immigration Investigation Determines Nanes Documents Were Fraudulent
Then there’s the fact that when Mexican-American Nanes Schnitzer was apprehended, he had more Belizean ID on him than the average Belizean. The Prime Minister pulled no bones in citing [...]
BTV’s Wil Maheia Says Sarstoon FOB is only Rhetoric
Last week, during the tenth anniversary celebration of the Belize National Coast Guard, Minister of national Security announced that on December ninth ground will be broken on the new and [...]
Woman Dies in Tragic RTA
A traffic accident has claimed the life of a housewife from the south. On Friday afternoon, fifty-five year old Nelly Lopez from Steadfast Village tragically died when she was flung [...]
Teenager Stabbed Multipe Times in Armenia
A near-fatal assault during which an eighteen-year-old was stabbed multiple times in Armenia Village has left one person hospitalized. Sometime before nine o’clock on Saturday morning, Daniel Edaldo Esevado was [...]
PM Barrow Says US Sanction of Kremsont Commercial Should Not Affect Belize
Late last week, we aired a story about Kremsont Commercial, a company operated by Syrian born Russian national Mudalal Khuri and registered in Belize. The US sanctioned Khuri and Kremsont [...]
Shyne to Mesop…Sista B to Queen Square…
And from matters of state to matters of party politics – rapper turned politician Jamal ‘Shyne’ Barrow announced last week on his Facebook page that he would be running in [...]
Christmas Cheer This Year…Remixed and Reduced
For many Belizeans, perhaps a sad testimony of our times…Christmas isn’t Christmas without Christmas Cheer. It’s a program in which politicians hand out money to some of their constituents to [...]
Calabash Caye Field Station Officially Opened
The University of Belize is playing an integral role in the management of our natural resources, terrestrial and maritime, through its Environmental Research Institute. Since officially launching the program a [...]
Desperately Seeking Missing Austrian Josef Trajer
The Austrian Embassy in Mexico is asking the assistance of the Belizean public to locate forty-seven year old Austrian national Josef Trajer. Today, News Five was contacted by an attorney [...]
Weekend Sports Wrap Up with James Adderley
We open tonight’s show with the showdown in Central Secondary Schools Sporting Association Male Basketball play featuring the 2 powerhouses from inside Belize City—Wesley College and St. John’s College, two [...]
COLA Welcomes Jimmy Morales With Protest
Guatemalan President Elect Jimmy Moralez arrived in Belize via the Northern Border after ten on Friday night. Belizeans were not officially informed by Government about Moralez’s visit until after 3:00pm and this was after the news broke on Social Media.
Moralez and his entourage arrived at the Radisson Fort George Hotel in Belize under tight security. There, the media was waiting for him but only managed to get a glimpse of the President elect.
Moralez was in the country to pay a courtesy call on Prime Minister Dean Barrow as part of a visit he is making to all Heads of State and Government of SICA member countries and Mexico.
On Saturday morning, he visited P.M Barrow at his office on Coney Drive. We’ll tell you what was discussed during the reunion in a few, but before that, we report on the protest that was taking place outside the P.M’s office that even led to the arrest of President of COLA Geovannie Brackett.
Julius Espat Withdraws Candidacy For PUP Leadership
The People’s United Party Deputy Leader Julius Espat, is no longer contesting the post of Party Leader. The Cayo South Area Representative was one of the five candidates vying for the post alongside former leader John Briceno; Kareem Musa, son of former two-time Prime Minister Said Musa, Lake Independence Area Representative Cordel Hyde and Senator Lisa Shoman.
According to the Reporter Newspaper, Espat has confirmed his position. He is quoted as saying “Yes, I have been encouraged by some of my colleagues, but at this time I will concentrate my energies in my constituency.”
He continued by saying quote “I think this time I need to spend a lot more time with them and fight their issues, which are really important issues.” End quote.
Dean Barrow Speaks On Case Of International Fugitive David Nanes Schnitzer
International fugitive David Miguel Nanes Schnitzer, aka David Banes, wanted by the Mexican Government for defrauding investors of forty-two million U.S. dollars, got bail on two separate charges of possession of forged documents, despite the gravity of the case.
Upon receiving bail, Nanes Schnitzer wasted no time and skipped town. Tonight, no one knows where he is and many people are upset about his escape, including the Mexican Government.
The fact that Nanes Schnitzer received bail is raising eyebrows and has placed the country’s Justice System under scrutiny. On Saturday, the Prime Minster was drilled about the case and he told the media that while he has his own views on the issue, he respects the court’s decision, but something just doesn’t add up.
How Did International Fugitive Obtained Passport With False Information? Immigration Department Being Investigated
David Miguel Nanes Schnitzer was living in Belize since 2012 and during that time he obtained a number of documents under false information including a Belizean Passport which was revoked after his arrest.
The fact that the international fugitive was able to obtain those documents under another name and other false information, raises huge concern, says Prime Minister Dean Barrow.
“When there are things that make clear that there is obviously a level of collusion not to say corruption on the part of public servants I don’t mean just civil servants am talking about everybody in the public service including ministers when anything happens that demonstrates that things can be done to circumvent the law in consequence of the collusion of persons in authority that is very distressing it is very upsetting of course we are never ever going to have a Simon pure society but it leave me very distraught.”
2015 Hurricane Season Ends With No Threats To Belize
Today marks the end of the 2015 Hurricane Season and it is safe to say that our country did not face any threats this year. And this is because the season was below average, says Chief Meteorologist Dennis Gonguez.
Dennis Gonguez Chief Meteorologist.
“This season was just below average during this year hurricane season there were eleven named systems f these eleven four became hurricanes and out of this four two were major hurricanes, that is in category three, four and five so in a typical season though there will be twelve named systems so this eleven is a bit below the twelve there is one left on the twelve and in a typical season we have six hurricanes this year we only had four there are two to three that become major hurricanes this year we had two major hurricanes this so it was a bit below average season.”
BPP Expresses Concern Over Death Of Fire Victims
While many Belizeans are saddened about the unfortunate incident and the untimely passing of the three young girls, others are questioning the true reason behind the fire. The Belize Progressive Party issued a press release today expressing their dissatisfaction with the incident and are demanding to know, one: If it is true that the young women were in an altercation before being locked away? If this is so, why were they put in the same room?
Two: Why did authorities need to break the door? If these young women were locked in a room, and thus the door would have been locked from the outside, why wasn’t a key used to open the door?
Three: Who is responsible for the keys to the rooms that are used to lock away youths at this hostel? Did one of the young women lock the door from the inside?
And four: Was this an unfortunate murder suicide?
Guatemalan President Elect Pays Courtesy Visit To PM Barrow
There is no doubt that Moralez’s visit left a sour taste in the mouth of many Belizeans especially after his comments made during his campaign, when it comes to Belize/Guatemala Territorial Dispute. But that is all in the past says the Prime Minister as Moralez has backtracked from his comments.
So what was the discussion about? According to the P.M, while it was very cordial, the bilateral relations between Belize and Guatemala, including a way forward in respect of resolving our historical differences, was discussed.
Honorable Dean Barrow – Prime Minister of Belize:
“We spoke about the nature of the bilateral relations he indicated that he is committed to working the process, I told him that I appreciated that, he must understand that the pencil of God has no erasure we are going to be geographically contiguous we are going to be neighbors forever, there are mechanisms in place, the professional relationship I think is good between the militaries, between our foreign ministries, the people to people interaction is good, there are trade ties, there are ties of commerce, there are educational exchanges we spoke about the children from Melchor who come across to go to school in Benque.”
Three Persons Placed On Administrative Leave After Fire At Youth Hostel Claims The Life Of Three Young Girls
Over the weekend tragedy hit the Old Capital as a building located inside the compound of the Princess Royal Youth Hostel caught fire on Saturday and claimed the life of three females.
After the blasé was extinguished the charred remains of 16 year old Anna Melinda Carlos, 14 year old Elizabeth McKoy and 16 year old Shadisha Alma Arnold were removed from inside what was left of the building.
Reports are that the three girls had been placed on lockdown after they attempted to escape from the facility on Friday. Investigations revealed that one of the females lit a pillow with a lighter and that is when disaster struck.
Barrow Isn’t Worried About US Sanctions Against Registered Company in Belize
Last week we reported that the United States of America had black listed several persons and companies for aiding the Syrians. One of those companies is registered in Belize. The US Treasury has imposed sanctions on three Cyprus-based companies and a Belizean firm for allegedly assisting the Syrian government in money laundering activities. The article […]
Prime Minister Endorses Shyne for Mesop
Shyne Barrow, the son of Prime Minister Dean Barrow, has decided to be a politician. He wants to run in the Mesopotamia constituency in the next general elections. He has been walking the streets of that division already. In an interview conducted over the weekend, PM Barrow Barrow expressed his support for his son. DEAN […]
Teenagers Charged with Businessman’s Murder
Two teenagers were charged with the murder of 47-year-old businessman, Ruben Perez when they appeared today before Magistrate Deborah Rogers. They are Keon Dennison, a construction worker of Rivas Estate, Dangriga and 19-year-old, Tyrone Reid, a construction worker of Western Avenue, Belize City. They were remanded into custody until January 29, 2016. Perez, the owner […]
Guatemalan President-Elect Comes to Belize
According to a release, in a cordial atmosphere Prime Minister Dean Barrow and President Elect Jimmy Morales congratulated each other for their respective recent victories at the polls. They discussed the bilateral relations between Belize and Guatemala, including a way forward in respect of resolving our historical differences. According to Barrow, they agreed to continue […]
Prime Minister Finds Judge’s Decision Disturbing in Fugitive’s Case
Authorities in Belize are still trying to locate Dave Nanes Schnitzer. Nanes is wanted in Mexico and police here managed to arrest him on Ambergris Caye. He is also the man who managed to slip away and subsequently avoid extradition. Today, his whereabouts are not known and the Mexican government is not happy with Belize. […]
Coast Guard graduates 45 recruits on tenth anniversary
November 28, 2015 will mark the tenth anniversary of the formation of the Belize National Coast Guard (BNCG), the youngest of Belize’s uniformed services. As part of that celebration, the Coast Guard today welcomed 45 recruits into the ranks as Seamen Apprentices, increasing its strength to 320 tota...
As we told you earlier, today we got to speak with the Project Engineer for the Road Safety Project in Belmopan. In that interview, we asked about the status of the works on the Roundabout at the Guanacaste Park Junction. A contract to build the roundabout was signed with RJB constructions limited ...
NEMO On Belmopan Floods
Yesterday we told you about the incessant rains that flooded many homes in the outlying communities in Belmopan. One family in particular that we visited found themselves knee deep in about 2 to 3 feet of water. Today we sat down with the NEMO District Coordinator for Belmopan Clare Moody who spoke ...
Sugar price raised
The first estimate for prices of raw sugar cane was released earlier this month. Producers American Sugar Refining/Belize Sugar Industries Limited ASR/BSI) have estimated a price of $41.56 per ton, with some 1.225 million tons of cane available from which BSI expects to mill 129,000 tons of sugar. O...
Police capture suspects in Ruben Perez murder
Businessman Ruben Perez was murdered on Thursday afternoon in Belize City, the victim of a robbery which escalated when he refused to cooperate with his two assailants. This evening police announced that those suspects had been captured. Here is Superintendent of Police Hilberto Romero, officer comm...
Highway Accident involves bus, truck, and Mennonite house
There was a traffic accident this afternoon at mile 24 on the George Price Highway. That incident involved a public transport bus for James bus line, a dump truck , and a Mennonite house being transported on the highway. The passenger bus was headed to Belize City and the trailer with the house ...
Massive pot holes on Constitution Drive
The recent rains have done much more than send people living in low lying areas in Belmopan running for shelter, they have hampered the progress on one of the major road development projects in Belmopan, more specifically the Road Safety Development project Lot 4B which encompasses the Ring Road and...
Jimmy Morales visits Belize
Social media was buzzing today with reports that Jimmy Morales is to visit Belize within the next 24 hours. Original reports from Guatemala’s online newspaper “La Presna Libre” indicated earlier this week that Jimmy Morales is to make a diplomatic tour through Dominican Republic, Mexico and the Cent...
">Deadly accident on Southern Highway
44 year old Belmopan resident Emmerson Burke realtor and former Chief Appraiser at the Development Finance Cooperation DFC, succumbed to his injuries received during a fatal traffic accident this morning. The incident occurred around 6 am this morning on the Southern Highway.Pictures of the scene th...
Breaking Belize News
Six injured in weekend road traffic accident
Yet another traffic accident on the Phillip Goldson Highway over the weekend, resulted in six persons, including two children, being taken to the hospital for injuries sustained, each to various parts of their bodies but nothing life threatening. Police dispatched to an area between San Narciso and Louisville Village where […]
Punta Gorda artist releases new song
Belizean artists; there are so many of them with talents parallel to those of any international artist, but the fact of the matter is that most Belizeans would rather support a Jamaican or American artist before attending the concert of an up and coming local singer, rapper or […]
Belize Infrustructure Limited (BIL) ready to build Civic Center
Medina’s Construction Limited will build and International Environments Limited will design the new Belize City Center Arena and Cultural Complex to be located at the former site of the “Civic” on Central American Boulevard. The total cost of the contract is BZ$32, 940,261.34 for 24 months, to include civil works […]
Julius Espat out of PUP leadership race
Deputy Leader of the People’s United Party (PUP) has gone from a tentative “maybe” to a definite “no” on whether he will vie to become the next leader of the party. Espat has told the Reporter newspaper that while he has been encouraged to run, he wants to concentrate his […]
Human Development Ministry investigating fire at Youth Hostel
Shock, grief, disbelief and then inevitable outrage gripped all those who heard the news that three teenage girls perished Saturday afternoon in a fire at the female dormitory at the Youth Cadet Corps Facility at Mile 21 on the George Price Highway. The outrage came from the report that the […]
18-year-old clings to life after being stabbed to the neck in Armenia
Daniel Edaldo Esevedo, an 18-year-old resident of Armenia Village, clings to life as he is listed in critical but stable condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH) after he was stabbed to the neck and lower right side of the back on Saturday morning. Police visited Esevedo at the Western Regional Hospital at around 8:45 a.m. on […]
Four time Mr. Belize Champion makes headlines in Mexico
On Saturday, November 28th, Rigo Vellos, Mr. Belize, participated at the Mr. Maya Body Building competition in Felipe Carrillo Puerto in Mexico. At the end of the night, Mr. Belize was crowned as Mr. Maya Body Building Champion 2015.
One dead in traffic accident down south, Belize
To add to the long list of traffic accidents that happened over the past week across the country, another one was reported on Friday November 27th, this time in the Stann Creek District, which unfortunately ended in tragedy as 55-year-old Nelly Lopez lost her life after falling out of a […]
Self-employed businessman jailed for unlicensed firearm
Thirty- three year old Nayef Agha, a self-employed of 5655 Gentle Avenue, became an inmate of Belize Central Prison today when he was arraigned by Magistrate Carlon Mendoza on charges of kept firearm and ammunition without a gun license. Agha pled not guilty to the charges. He was […]
Teenagers charged with businessman Ruben Perez murder
Two teenagers were charged with the murder of 47 year old businessman Ruben Perez when they appeared today before Magistrate Deborah Rogers. They are 18 year old Keon Dennison, a construction worker of Rivas Estate, Dangriga, and 19 year old Tyrone Reid, a construction worker originally of Western Avenue, […]
Questions linger surrounding Youth Hostel fire
The charred remains of 16-year-old Anna Melinda Carlos, 16-year-old Shadisha Arnold and 14-year-old Elizabeth Mckoy, were found inside the Princess Royal Youth Hostel on Saturday after the blaze was extinguished by fire department personnel. Police responded to the scene at around 2:29 p.m. and saw a green building […]
Two detained for uncustomed goods
Two persons have been detained by police and are pending charges after they were linked to uncustomed goods found on a passenger bus in the Ladyville area on November 24th. While conducting a search on the bus at around 5:20 p.m., officers found 10 bags of tomatoes and eight cases […]
Government of Belize and Caribbean Development Bank review Road Safety Project
A press release issued by the Government of Belize and Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), served as a year’s review on the Belize Road Safety Project. The project began in 2013 after GOB received a US $7,248,000 loan from the CDB to help finance initiatives that have since contributed to a […]
Prime Minister says he wanted to extradite Nanes Schnitzer but had to follow due process
Prime Minister Dean Barrow, this weekend, said he wanted to get wanted fugitive, David Nanes Schnitzer, extradited to Mexican authorities, the principal investigators in a case against him, but he was obliged to follow due legislative process. “We have a legal process that we must follow. And in the course […]
A New Start And A New Life On The Caribbean Island Of Belize
After enjoying a Belize sunrise from my bird-song serenaded porch with a cup of locally grown coffee, a trip to the gym or walk on the beach is a great start to my day. Then I may catch up with friends on the internet, read international news, or spend time tending to plants on the veranda.
The decision to move to Belize was not taken lightly by my husband Anthony and I, yet was achieved with a light heart. Mourning a deceased relative motivated us to try something different. Belize was top of our list of English-speaking countries for our new adventure.
Anthony has family history and relatives in Belize, so a dozen years ago we went in search of the roots to his mother’s background. We were welcomed so warmly by relatives and residents that it was the natural choice for our relocation.
In 2007 we took the plunge, holding such a massive clean-out sale in our beloved Seattle that we even sold my car from the front yard. We bought a top-floor condo on Ambergris Caye in a lagoon-facing neighborhood populated by a mix of Belizeans and expats.
13 Reasons Ben and Liz Were Thrilled to Honeymoon in Belize!
When Ben proposed to Liz, the two busy executives barely had time to plan a wedding, much less a honeymoon, so when a friend suggested Belize, the pair blinked and said in unison: “What’s Belize?” Their friend didn’t work for the Belize tourism board but after she described this Caribbean paradise, they were so intrigued, they did some research and never considered a second destination. Here’s why:
1. When Ben learned that Belize’s first language is English, he was sold. Upon arrival, they spotted so many laughing, smiling Belizean faces, they realized that friendly, helpful people are the rule, not the exception.
2. Liz realized that their favorite carrier—Southwest—could fly them to Belize since they recently added routes to compete with American, Delta, United and local airlines. Southwest even gave them a wedding gift: frequent flyer miles.
Make Your Dollars Go Further in Belize With This Retiree Program
Earl and Gail Johnson have lived in the Corozal District, a retirement haven in northern Belize, for eight years. Corozal is a small town, set on the vast Corozal Bay and just nine miles from the Mexican border. It has a close-knit expat community, with plenty of clubs and social activities.
The town itself is fairly low-key, but with everything you need for day-to-day life. “My wife always wanted to retire in a foreign country,” says Earl. “Corozal is retiree-friendly. You can’t say any place is crime-free, but it’s certainly safer than Fort Worth. When we came here it was probably the best-kept secret, but not so much anymore. There are lots of expats here.”
The Johnsons can make their retirement dollars stretch much further here. They have a house on the water on Four-Mile Lagoon, which is 10 minutes from Corozal town. They have a maid who
comes in one-and-a-half days a week, a yard man who comes three days a week, and a gardener for five hours a week. They could never have afforded this luxurious lifestyle in Texas, says Earl.
Belize’s regulator issues warning, cease and desist order against FX firm Grizzly Limited
Belize’s International Financial Services Commission of Belize (IFSC) on Monday published a warning notice and cease and desist order against provider of Forex services Grizzly Limited.
The company operates via http://www.grizzly-ltd.com/, where it claims to be regulated by the IFSC.
The regulator notes that Grizzly Limited is not licensed by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize or any other competent authority in Belize to engage in any type of trading business.
All those concerned are urged to take note and exercise extreme caution. Any person who is contacted by the representatives of Grizzly Limited is asked to get in touch with the IFSC by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and to provide full details of such persons.
Exorcism reportedly leads to young woman's death in Belize
A 22-year-old woman has reportedly died after her family attempted an exorcism. Her parents alleged that she was possessed by demons.
Belize - Farmers lobby government for higher sugar price
Cane farmers have asked for an increase in the price of locally produced sugar to help fill the void that falling international prices will bring about this crop season. The 1,100 members of the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association (BSCFA), who attended...
20 Top Travel Medical Tips... From Experience
Thirty years of extensive travel have left me with a wealth of wonderful memories, and a wealth of medical "experiences" and near crises. This is not an exhaustive list of medical tips, but a personal one. Some are standard and well-known but some will be new.
Here are my top tips...
1. Get a flu shot. The worst flu I ever had was after a transatlantic flight.
2. Don't pet stray animals -- they are sweet and Instagram gold, but they also carry ringworm. Happened to me in Italy.
3. Beware of packs of dogs. They may be gentle when alone but dangerous together. I had to jump on the back of a truck passing by to escape a dog fight between packs on Kadavu in Fiji.
10 national animals that are rare, unusual, endangered or completely nonexistent
If Benjamin Franklin had had his way, America's national animal would be the same bird responsible for all those extra trips to the gym starting in late November. The same bird that many of us find even more delicious the day after, slathered with cranberry sauce and mayo and served cold between two pieces of potato bread. Yes, if Ben Franklin had had his way, America's national animal — or national bird, at least — would have been the turkey, an animal, "a true original Native of America," he believed to be a "much more respectable bird" than that "rank coward” with "bad moral character" otherwise known as the bald eagle. Snap.
Baird’s tapir, a weird-looking beast (think the odd-toed lovechild of a pig, a horse, an anteater and a hippo) that produces some seriously cute babies is both the largest indigenous land mammal in Central America and the national animal of Belize. It's also an endangered animal with less than 5,000 individuals estimated to be surviving in the wild.
The threats against Baird's tapir — aka the "mountain cow" — are not atypical: habitat destruction and poaching, which is illegal but not always enforced. And extremely low reproduction rate haven't helped to boost declining population numbers. In Belize, Baird's tapir enjoys a certain degree of protection within the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve, a more than 6,000-acre reserve co-managed by the Belize Audubon Society that's home to a wide range of fauna, some of which, like Baird's tapir, are threatened.
St. Andrew's Day - School Hymn, 1.5min. The students and teachers of St. Andrew's School join in singing their school hymn, "We Build Our School on Thee, O Lord" by Sebastian William Meyer.
Zip lining in Belize 2015, 5.5min. We went zip lining in Belize on our cruise on Nov 2015. This was with a organization called ButtsUp and we were also supposed to Cave Tube but the caves had been flooded because of heavy rains. The fun part about this was it was raining so it made braking a challenge. We still had a blast !!
Belize Rope Swing River Adventures, 2min. Diving of rocks and swing in my backyard, in Belize.
Discover the wonders of Western Belize and be a Belizean Traveller, 1min.
Mariko Wallen - Snorkel Guide & Coral Restorer from Placencia, Belize, 4min. #unbelizeable Mo speaks about her work in Placencia, Belize. Released on the opening of the 21st COP to remind us that there are some climate warriors who walk amongst us. Thanks to Lisa Carne and Fragments of Hope (coral nurseries in Belize) for introducing us to this whole new world in Belize.
Old plane Cessna. Horrible flight from Guatemala to Belize., 3min.
Beautiful Belize | Black Hole Drop, 10min.
Caribbean Villas Belize..., 1.5min. My favorite place to stay on Ambergris Caye... You'll see why...
Belize 2015, 3min. UNCW Spring Break 2015 trip to Belize with the Communication Studies Department.