Seen In the City discovers Belize’s remote Destinations

by Vivian Roe

As travel restrictions slowly and cautiously begin to lift, we begin to think of travel again. We know travellers will be seeking more remote escapes. Places where there are less people and hustle and bustle. Where there is a focus on nature and the environment. And where there is a chance to form meaningful connections and memories.

Seen in the City highlights Belize as a destination for just this. This UK based publication shares the latest trends and travel ideas with readers. Additionally it features the most beautiful places to go away in the UK and abroad.

Writer and founder of the publication, Natasha Colyer, highlights the small population, the chance to explore undiscovered places and the natural beauty of Belize as the main attractions for visiting the remote country.

From beautiful islands off the coast of Belize, to laid back coastal villages in the South and remote jungle escapes in the West – there are many remote locations worth exploring in Belize. Additionally, exploring ancient Maya sites, snorkelling the second largest barrier reef in the world, trekking through lush rainforest landscapes are just a few amazing adventures you can enjoy.

Read her full article here to discover the most remote destination to discover in Belize.

Images Courtesy: Seen in the City

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