Here is what our March 2018 "tourist" trip looked like:

We spent 7 days in the Central America country of Belize creating amazing memories by experiencing the tropical jungles and the warm caribbean ocean all in one trip! We kicked off the trip with an exclusive interactive VIP tour at the Belize Zoo guided by the zoo's founder and owner! Then we spent a couple days surrounded by lush jungles at the Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary (MBWS), which is known for its education and training center as well as reintroducing Howler Monkeys back into the area. While staying at MBWS we visited a quaint ancient mayan ruin site called Altun Ha where we climbed a beautiful 2,000 year old mayan architectural temple! The next part of our journey took us to the infamous Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as the Jaguar Preserve. We learned about the jungle's secrets as we hiked through the reserve until we reached a basin, where we enjoyed a refreshing river-tube ride completely engulfed by the lush jungle.  After cooling off in the water we made our way to the beautiful Caribbean ocean where we enjoyed the sun, sand and ocean for the last part of the trip. During the 3 full days we spent along the shore, we relaxed on the warm sand, swam in the warm ocean, visited a postcard-perfect island, snorkeled the second largest barrier reef in the world and experienced the local shops and restaurants of Placencia. 

Each year we offer a different group trip to the Central American country of Belize, we are currently offering a research working trip for people who want to assist with our in field research. The trip is January 24-29, 2019 and space is very limited. If you are interested in joining us please email Debi@BelizeWildCats.com. Our next "tourist" trip is currently being discussed and will be scheduled in 2020.