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BBC.com Travel recommends Belize as a tourist destination worldwide

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January 31, 2012.- Yesterday, the website BBC.com, through its Travel section, released worldwide to Belize as a travel destination. During this week of release – January 30 to February 3– people of different nationalities will have their eyes focused on this country, which adds to the 94 tourist destinations existing on the site.

 

Impressive Mayan ruins, spectacular sceneries, numerous species of exotic flora and fauna, ecotourism, culture, tradition, gastronomy and a wide range of experiences that Belize offers, will be portrayed by BBC.com/Travel in your new space: destination “Belize” to make it known to its more than 50 million monthly visitors worldwide.

Through its spaces: Where to find the best of Belize, Maya underworld sites + blog post on Maya 2012 events, Following in the footsteps of Indiana Jones: searching for the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Belize photo gallery, among others, BBC.com /Travel hereafter will carry all the netizens of the world to Belize, who for pleasure or business decide to visit.

Thus, during this week of release, this coastal country of Central America will be the center of attention with www.bbc.com/travel/Belize, because it already is part of the finest tourist destinations existing in this international website.

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