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British tabloid Daily Mail tells the world to discover ‘the joys of marvellously unspoilt Belize’

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Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2022. 8:30 pm CST.

Photo Credit: Xunantunich Archaeological Reserve

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: British tabloid newspaper Daily Mail published an article on Tuesday, July 12, telling the world to discover the joys of marvellously unspoilt Belize.

The Daily Mail said writer Angella Johnson spent five days in Belize saying snorkelling in the Belize Barrier Reef was one of many highlights.

“’From the moment I arrived in this warm and inviting country, I sensed I was somewhere special,” wrote Johnson.

“Perched on the edge of a boat anchored off the Belize coastline, a shiver of sharks glide purposefully through the clear water below. I watch in awe, fascinated by their movements. Then, taking a deep breath, I plunge in to join them.” This she describes as a ‘little strip of paradise’.

From there she went on to explore Mayan caves, scenic jungle vistas, laid-back beach life, snorkelling in the balmy waters of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, the Great Blue Hole, coastal lagoons, atolls, mangrove forests, sea turtles and more than 500 species of fish.

“For a more tranquil spot back on the mainland, the Hidden Valley Inn And Reserve is balm for body and soul. It’s tucked deep in the beautiful Mountain Pine Ridge Forest, a 7,200-acre oasis,” she writes.

From there she was sure to visit the famous Actun Tunichil Muknal caves deep inside the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. ‘To get there is a bit of a slog along a jungle path,’ says Angella.

Next stops took her up the Xunantunich Archaeological Reserve “with more than 25 temples and palaces, the largest, El Castillo, is 130ft high so I gingerly climb the crumbling steps to take in panoramic views across miles of treetops from where, on a clear day, you can see Guatemala.”

“If you have not visited any of these places, you’re surely missing out.”

The Daily Mail says Angella Johnson was a guest of the Belize Tourism Board.

 

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