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Posted: Friday, February 15, 2019. 2:56 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: As Belize’s popularity as a “go to” tourism destination grows, more international media outlets are featuring travel pieces on Belize, such as the “5 Belize Activities for the ultimate adventurer,” published today by Fox News.

The piece challenges travelers looking for “adrenaline-pumping excursions” to book a trip to Belize, noting that the country is easily accessible through daily direct flights from major US cities.

The piece’s five highlighted attractions are the Belize Zoo; Lamanai Maya Ruins; the Black Hole Drop and River of Caves adventures at Caves Branch and the Great Blue Hole.

“Filled with lush jungles, countless islands, and protected wildlife sanctuaries, it’s home to a range of animals that include the tapir, howler monkeys and the elusive jaguar. Not to mention it’s a birders paradise, boasting over 600 species,” Fox News said.

Though it was not a major highlight, Fox News also made a positive mention of the barrier reef in the article. According to the Belize Tourism Board (BTB), visitors from the United States continue to account for the highest volume of tourists coming to Belize.

While the BTB’s efforts in 2019 are focused on expanding to other markets, having this kind of promotion from Fox News goes a long way in keeping US visitors coming back, and encouraging first-timers to take a trip to Belize.

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