Diving in Belize looks really unbelievable or un-belizeable ;o) A lot of nice and not so nice “fishes”! ;o) The most striking is the part were the divers are passing sharks one to another to pose with them for picture taking and the 7 hour boat ride home in the dark on a “boat” which had no lights. No problem! They had some candles. Just kidding;o)
yes belize has clean and beautiful water. if you read up you will also find out that hey we have the second largest barrier reef in the world. nice huh. here in Belize they people are nice and the accomomdations are tremendous
The articles you attached contain mostly accurate information. Belize is not a third world country, more a developing country. Not all the roads are paved, infact not more than half of the country's roads. However, you can get a wi-fi connection in the middle of the jungle. There is a some land speculation and development happening, especially in Places like San Pedro (the biggest tourist area), Placencia, and other in-land areas.
The people and the natural beauty of the country is what most people find appealing.
The challenges are:
1. Institute recycling programs world wide
2. Control the disposal of trash and garbage
3. Do a better job of protecting the natural resources
4. Deversify it's economy (80% of GNP) is from tourism