Blue Ventures Belize dive camp is in the stunning Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve. Situated on a deserted, remote stretch of palm studded beach the camp is a few hundred meters from the Belize Barrier Reef, a natural world heritage site. This 'off the beaten track' location is relatively unstudied and presents staff and volunteers with great opportunities for exploration providing new discoveries every day. The science program feeds data directly to the Fisheries Department of Belize for inclusion in national and international marine management of the Meso-American Barrier Reef.+ More details
The mangroves of Corozal Bay Wildlife Sanctuary are an integral part of the marine habitat in Belize. West Indian Manatee, Hawksbill Turtle, Goliath Grouper, Sawfish and numerous other species find a haven here while Bull Sharks and numerous fish species use this rich habitat as a nursery, these juveniles eventually grow to inhabit the Belize Barrier Reef, a Natural World Heritage Site. The mangroves also serve a number of vital environmental services. They are of great importance to the health of the coastal waters of Belize.+ More details
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