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Projects Abroad à Belize: procédures d’arrivée

Procédures d'arrivée
  • Aéroport d’arrivée: San Pedro (SPR) ou Placencia (PLJ)

Most recent blogs from Belize

Things to Do in San Pedro, Belize!

  Belize is commonly known as the "jewel" for its sheer untouched beauty. Even Madonna fell in love with Belize - ever heard her song "La Isla Bonita"? That song is all about San Pedro!! Volunteers should definintely take advantage that they are working and living in the #1 Destination in all of ...

Independence Day and Diving

Today is the 35th anniversary of Belize' independence from Great Britain. They are taking their celebration seriously, at least here in Placencia. We have a good time on and around the 4th of July at home, but I think maybe because Belize is so young (in the official sense), Independence Day is still ...


  It's the low season here in Placencia (probably all of Belize), which means it can be a little hard to book excursions through the local tour companies. Many tours require a minimum number of people, and 2 doesn't normally cut it! Since next weekend we are supposed to be out at Little Water Caye ...

A Week (and Change) Down

We've been in Belize a bit over a week now, and the work days have been busy. We arrived Thursday afternoon in time for lunch. Linda was kind enough to pick us up from the tiny airport (the size of a school portable, for those from Montague) and show us around town a bit before dropping us at the office. ...

It can't possibly be 9:30 PM.

Thank goodness we don't have an early flight tomorrow or I'd really be panicking right now.   This isn't my first rodeo (traveling abroad) and it's not even my first attempt at A) packing light for an extended trip while B) being prepared for outdoorsy things. However, Japan and New Zealand are about ...

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