Most Coral Coast beaches offer calm swimming conditions for families with young children while others are strictly for keen surfers when South Pacific conditions are right.

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Many different fossils have been discovered that indicate the type of life forms that existed in blue holes. Other life forms such as marine life and marine fossils have also been noticed; Crocodile and tortoise fossils, [3] for instance, have been found in blue holes.

Belize is a Central American country and is the only English speaking country in this region.   Belize has the Caribbean Sea on it’s eastern coastline and a vast lush green jungle towards it’s western border. Here in our jewel of a country, you can relax on it’s beaches, enjoy a day in it’s vivid blue water, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing or just swimming.  Belize has many island “cayes” that are situated on it’s eastern side in the Caribbean Sea.  It also has the second largest Barrier Reef system in the world, rich with a wide variety of various species of exotic marine life. Belize’s jungle areas have many wild animals like the jaguar, tapir, monkeys and much more… Not to forget several Mayan ruins. Belize is a country blessed by God with abundant beauty in nature…  The people here are very friendly and accommodating…  READ MORE

The park is over 800 acres in size with hiking trails and features swimming and nature trails. The Blue Hole is actually a sinkhole formed by the collapse of an underground river channel. The exposed section of the underground Cave Branch Creek tributary can be viewed for about 150 feet before it disappears again beneath the surface. Located just off the Humming Bird Highway, Blue Hole steps lead to a 25-foot deep pool, for which the park is named. Its cool, turquoise waters, surrounded by dense forest, overhung with mosses, vines and ferns are the perfect spot for a cool and relaxing dip. St .Herman’s Cave is located about 500 meters from the Hummingbird Highway. The information center and parking are located just off the highway. The largest of the three known entrances to St. Herman’s Cave sits in a sinkhole 180 feet wide narrowing to a 60-foot wide entrance. Concrete steps cover stone steps once cut by the Maya. A trail with markers has been placed within the cave. It’s about a half mile through to the exit. Once inside, visitors can clamber over rocks and splash through the water, while admiring stunning cave formations. After exploring the cave, there is the option to hike a 2 mile interpretive trail. There are a number of other trails to hike within the park. Some of the unusual birds known to frequent this area include White Hawk, Spotted-Wood Quail, Crested Guans, Lovely Cotinga, Keel-Billed Toucans, Red-Legged Honey Creepers, and Slaty-Tailed Trogons.

Reached via a fairly difficult walk over ancient coralline limestone. The rough path leads you down to the shore, where a shallow-water shelf leads to the right where the Blue Hole is formed.

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