10 Stunning Photos from the Belize Barrier ReefPosted on Friday, February 21st, 2014
Last year we had the pleasure of hosting James, the travel blogger behind the website www.escapingabroad.com. If you visit the about section of his site, you will find out that his favorite country in the world is Belize. We here at Chabil Mar do not blame him for that because we understand and appreciate the beautiful things that Belize offers to its 350,000 inhabitants as well as the thousands of travelers who visit the country each year.
One of those beautiful things in Belize that locals and visitors enjoy is the colorful and Great Barrier Reef. Even Charles Darwin, the world renowned Naturalist loved it that in 1842, he described it as the “most remarkable reef in the west indies.”The Belize Reef not only provides succulent sea food to our people but is also ideal for snorkeling and diving.
In this blog post, we share ten jaw dropping underwater photos from the Belize Barrier reef. All photos courtesy of www.escapingabroad.com.
Diving near the atolls and reefs in the Southern area of Belize are some of the most colorful I’ve seen yet.
See also: Belize Sailing Vacations
Attempting to blend in but I found him anyway
Moray eels look meaner than they actually are.
A Nassau grouper hanging out above a large sponge.
See also: Belize Fishing Vacations
The first batfish I’ve ever seen! Sure are pretty aren’t they?
Had to add in a profile photo.. hard to beat how weird these guys look!
See also: Belize Island Vacations
Hide and Seek
This small sharpnose puffer fish tried to hide in a brightly colored sponge to no avail!
See also: Belize Scuba Diving Vacations
The Little Guys
It’s always fun to watch the little fish hiding close to the coral for protection.
If you are interested in discovering and exploring the great Belize reef, check out these Belize Sea Adventures. And if you have any questions on Belize, feel free to drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
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