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A life changing experience

★★★★★
5 5 1
I went with my university. We had a great time with everyone and we able to experience the culture in many ways. I would most certainly be going back!!

Ranger for a Day tour

★★★★★
5 5 1
Enhance your visit to Toledo, Southern Belize by getting first-hand experience of hiking in a protected area with a local Ranger. We have spent a decent amount of time in Toledo and perhaps this should have been at the top of the list of things to do to orient oneself in the way of life in this part of the country. Hiking in a forest in the region provides a perspective of the flora and fauna that abound here and the challenges that the country and its people face in working towards its sustainability. The rangers are hugely knowledgeable and are happy to share their knowledge with visitors as one walks the forest, logging tracks and activity en-route. The trail used is not a challenging one - if the terrain is dry - and is an easy hike. Humidity is high as are chances of a rain-shower while trekking. Make sure you protect yourself against biting insects (although they were minimal in March, when we did the hike), with long pants and a long-sleeved top. Take head gear to protect against the sun (when you are not in the rain-forest) and enough water to keep yourself hydrated. The tour ends with a visit to one of the Mayan villages, where lunch is prepared by one of the numerous Women's Groups, who are happy to interact and share their life-style and culture. Lunch is simple, usually accompanied by corn tortillas and fresh fruit drinks.

University group trip - winter break

★★★★★
5 5 1
Our group loved interacting with the rangers and with Brenda. Everyone went above and beyond to help us feel welcome. Thank you for facilitating such a meaningful learning experience for our group from Slippery Rock University. Our trip had the perfect mix of time for R&R, learning, and a variety of activities. The food was delicious too, and the students will be telling stories about this trip for years to come. Excellent value as well.

Educational, Inspiring and Beautiful!

★★★★★
5 5 1
Several of my graduate and undergraduate students have participated in the Ranger for a Day program. Students have enjoyed this program immensely. The rangers have answered many of our questions about what it takes to protect this region, which is very important for Belize from a conservation and livelihoods perspective. Rangers , who are from the region, have immense local ecological knowledge about the biodiversity and the threats to it. Students have enjoyed learning from them and have garnered a greater appreciation for conservation efforts in the region. I highly recommend this program!

 

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