We do agree with Parm that once you visit Belize you will not want to go back home because Belize is truly a blissful paradise. With the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere that is ideal for snorkeling and diving, unspoiled rainforest for mountain biking or horseback riding, friendly people to have stimulating conversations, and delicious food from eclectic ethnic groups who would want to leave?
It was Parm’s third trip to Belize and it looks like she is now addicted to BELIZE.
“This former British colony bordered by Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the west and south may be a small country, but it has a diverse geography that includes the second largest barrier reef, a tropical rainforest that’s home to hundreds of species, ancient Maya ruins, miles of white sand beaches and hundreds of islands. How could one not fall in love with the intoxicating beauty of this country?”
Belize is so diverse in its ethnic and cultural backgrounds due to its multi-cultural ethnic groups – Maya, Mestizo, Garifuna, Creole, Mennonite, East Indian and Chinese, she remarks.
She then goes to describe the Belize Barrier Reef as one of the world’s most famed sites for snorkeling and diving.
Read more about how to get seduced by Belize here: http://www.travelandescape.ca/2014/03/5-ways-get-seduced-belize/
All photos by Parm Parmer – Twitter @parmiep