1. Exploring The Bottom of The Great Blue Hole

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    Rebreather divers dive over 250 ft to explore The Great Blue Hole in Belize Central America

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    • 4 Ways to Enjoy and Relax in Belize this Winter Season

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      http://www.BelizeAmbassador.com Belize is a country filled with natural beauty, beaches and Maya culture. This winter season, consider spending your days in this country with Belize vacation packages. Belize is the only English-speaking country in Central America. It is a country filled with natural beauty, white sand beaches, and ancient Maya culture. The Belizeans refer to their country as ‘jewel’ and they are proud of their diverse heritage. You can see Caribbean, Mayan, Asian, European and African cultures all over this small country.

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      • Turneffe Atoll beautiful underwater ..

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        images, including giant barrel sponges!

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        • Belize Barrier Reef Diving

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          The Belize Barrier Reef is in great shape, with plenty of marine life to see.

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          • Travel for Kids | Belize Barrier Reef

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            On the Belize barrier reef, kids will have fun snorkeling in the clear warm waters, and where they'll see tropical fish, conch, corals (including that bright yellow brain coral), sea fans and sponges. And more fun things to do in Belize with kids: http://travelforkids.com/Funtodo/Belize/belize.htm

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            • Lat. 16.75 - Long. 87.78

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              A recent trip to Long Caye (Slickrock Adventures - www.slickrock.com/) prompted the purchase of a new underwater camera - the Nikon COOLPIX AW100. This video represents a sample of the quality captured above and below the water. The water was a very pleasant 82 degrees! Long Caye is an island 40 miles off the coast of Belize and is located in the Belize Barrier Reef. This reef is the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere and is approximately 185 miles long (300 kilometers). The reef extends from the border of Mexico in the north, to near the Guatemalan border in the south. The Belize Barrier Reef is home to a large diversity of plants and animals and is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. It is comprised of 70 hard coral species, 36 soft coral species, 500 species of fish, and hundreds of invertebrate species. A large portion of the reef is protected by the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System. The Reserve System was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. All photos and video segments taken with the Nikon COOLPIX camera - amazing functions and capabilities on this camera!

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              • Treasure Cove Belize: Environmental & Social Sustainability

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                Treasure Cove Belize, Environmental & Social Sustainability Treasure Cove Belize is developing within lush tropical environment and natural wonders of Belize. The challenge that we now face is how to sustain the wise utilization of these resources while insuring that they remain viable for the benefit of future generations. Treasure Cove Belize is working harmoniously with the natural environment and supports the protection, conservation and sustainable use of the natural resources Treasure Cove Belize, Seahorse Sanctuary: Seahorses are one of the most magical and enchanting creatures in the animal kingdom. The seahorse is believed to cure many ailments including sexual dysfunction in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Their biology is extraordinary. They are the only animal in the entire animal kingdom in which the male has a true pregnancy! The seahorse was once found in every ocean of the world from a depth of 20 feet to 100 feet which is the area most frequented by man. Studies have shown that the seahorse is slowly dying out, and even in Belize it is very rare that a seahorse can be seen on one of the dives. Treasure Cove Belize will join forces with the Marine Biology School on a venture of breeding seahorses and releasing them in the wild. This process will be taken even a step further so that the tourist population may be included. Tourists will have the very rare opportunity to "adopt a seahorse" whereby they will select the seahorse(s) of their choice, pay a small fee, and with the aid of certified divers, they will dive and release the seahorse into the sea. A certificate will be given to the adoptive parent(s) that states "I Adopted a Seahorse at Treasure Cove Belize". Proceeds from this venture will be used to enhance the Seahorse Sanctuary, and the Treasure Cove Education Fund. Restoration and Expansion of Coral Gardens It is a noted fact that the coral reefs around the world are slowing dying off. Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world and over the years it has been faced with both natural and man-made disasters. Treasure Cove Belize in conjunction with the proposed Marine Biology School will undertake the task of revitalizing the coral reef of Belize. Restoration and Expansion of Coral Gardens Treasure Cove Belize Marine Biology School & Coral Propagation Unit: It is a noted fact that the coral reefs around the world are slowing dying off. Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world and over the years it has been faced with both natural and man-made disasters. A Coral Propagation unit will be established whereby the students from the Marine Biology School will conduct studies on broken corals. They will collect the broken corals and after conducting tests, they will salvage the portions that have a bit of life left, and place them in a breeding tank for restoration. When the restoration is completed, these corals will then be planted back in the area from where they were rescued, and from there nature will take its course. Treasure Cove Belize Education Fund: Treasure Cove Belize believes in giving back to the community. An Education Fund will be set in place whereby a portion of the revenue collected from the different venues and events will be pooled in a fund to facilitate the children of the employees of Treasure Cove Belize. For employees who require financial assistance for their children to receive a higher education, Treasure Cove will provide education grants so that their children will be able to attend schools of their choice. For more information, contact info@treasurecovebelize.com

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                • Treasure Cove Belize: Environmental & Social Sustainability

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                  Treasure Cove Belize, Environmental & Social Sustainability Treasure Cove Belize is developing within lush tropical environment and natural wonders of Belize. The challenge that we now face is how to sustain the wise utilization of these resources while insuring that they remain viable for the benefit of future generations. Treasure Cove Belize is working harmoniously with the natural environment and supports the protection, conservation and sustainable use of the natural resources Treasure Cove Belize, Seahorse Sanctuary: Seahorses are one of the most magical and enchanting creatures in the animal kingdom. The seahorse is believed to cure many ailments including sexual dysfunction in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Their biology is extraordinary. They are the only animal in the entire animal kingdom in which the male has a true pregnancy! The seahorse was once found in every ocean of the world from a depth of 20 feet to 100 feet which is the area most frequented by man. Studies have shown that the seahorse is slowly dying out, and even in Belize it is very rare that a seahorse can be seen on one of the dives. Treasure Cove Belize will join forces with the Marine Biology School on a venture of breeding seahorses and releasing them in the wild. This process will be taken even a step further so that the tourist population may be included. Tourists will have the very rare opportunity to "adopt a seahorse" whereby they will select the seahorse(s) of their choice, pay a small fee, and with the aid of certified divers, they will dive and release the seahorse into the sea. A certificate will be given to the adoptive parent(s) that states "I Adopted a Seahorse at Treasure Cove Belize". Proceeds from this venture will be used to enhance the Seahorse Sanctuary, and the Treasure Cove Education Fund. Restoration and Expansion of Coral Gardens It is a noted fact that the coral reefs around the world are slowing dying off. Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world and over the years it has been faced with both natural and man-made disasters. Treasure Cove Belize in conjunction with the proposed Marine Biology School will undertake the task of revitalizing the coral reef of Belize. Restoration and Expansion of Coral Gardens Treasure Cove Belize Marine Biology School & Coral Propagation Unit: It is a noted fact that the coral reefs around the world are slowing dying off. Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world and over the years it has been faced with both natural and man-made disasters. A Coral Propagation unit will be established whereby the students from the Marine Biology School will conduct studies on broken corals. They will collect the broken corals and after conducting tests, they will salvage the portions that have a bit of life left, and place them in a breeding tank for restoration. When the restoration is completed, these corals will then be planted back in the area from where they were rescued, and from there nature will take its course. Treasure Cove Belize Education Fund: Treasure Cove Belize believes in giving back to the community. An Education Fund will be set in place whereby a portion of the revenue collected from the different venues and events will be pooled in a fund to facilitate the children of the employees of Treasure Cove Belize. For employees who require financial assistance for their children to receive a higher education, Treasure Cove will provide education grants so that their children will be able to attend schools of their choice. For more information, contact info@treasurecovebelize.com

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                  • Treasure Cove Belize: Location Location Location - Premier Property in all of Belize

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                    Treasure Cove Belize, the proposed largest Mega-Green Resort in the Caribbean, is now being developed on the Premier Property in all of Belize, just 7 miles from Belize City. Visit www.TreasureCoveBelize.net when considering the purchase of your vacation home. You can own a piece of Paradise - an Over the Water Bungalow, Song Bird Casita vacation home, or build your own home in our newest community, THE LOTS @ TREASURE COVE BELIZE. Go to http://www.TreasureCoveBelize.net for more information.

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                    • Belikin Whisper

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                      Well this was BDS's first video from a few years ago.

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