San Pedro Ambergris Caye Belize
This is an experience that
YOU MUST NOT MISS
AA History in Belize
The Alcoholics Anonymous message was first brought to Belize in 1962 from our neighboring Central American Countries. The first AA group was opened at the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church on North Front St., Belize City. This group relocated to their own location on Barrack Rd., staying at this location for many years.
Inaugural Sober Destination Meeting in Paradise
Ambergris Caye is the largest island in Belize, and the main destination for travelers to this Western Caribbean nation. San Pedro Town is the only town on the island. Ambergris Caye has been the hub of the areas maritime trade for centuries. Fishing, coconuts, and chicle were historic means of islanders support, but the last thirty years have led to a large growth in both the dive and scuba trade, and ecotourism. The rich variety of things to do in San Pedro Town makes Ambergris Caye the gateway to travel in this beautiful country.
From the beautiful beaches and azure waters of the Caribbean, to the Maya Mountains and the Pine Ridge, there is a sober adventure for everyone. Spectacular caves, winding waterfalls, virgin tropical rainforest, and countless limestone caves make for exciting vistas. You will find many ancient Maya ruins and temples that will entice you to learn more of their history. Zip lining through the forest, taking nature walks, sailing the Caribbean, cave tubing through Maya caves, scuba diving and snorkeling the Barrier Reef, sailing the cayes, parasailing, or just hiking through the jungle, you will find a wonderful, must not miss experience awaiting you.
Ambergris Caye is the home of an amazing coral reef system, the second largest in the world and this hemisphere's longest, running offshore, and many cayes are surrounded by astounding reefs to snorkel or scuba dive. The reef lies one-half mile east of the Ambergris Caye shoreline and runs the entire 25 mile length of the island. This has made San Pedro Town the dive and water sports capital of Belize as well as Central America. The Great Blue Hole, Turneffe Islands, Shark Ray Alley, Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Mexico Rocks, Lighthouse Reef, and many other diving areas are all only a short boat ride away from this coconut palm lined island destination.
Ambergris Caye is the home to a delightful variety of plant and animal life. With a large percentage of the country's land under protection, the hundreds of species of birds, exotic tropical plants, monkeys, manatee, crocodiles, and thousands of colorful fish thrive and are a highlight of any vacation.
Friendly people are the most memorable part of Ambergris Caye. The mix of ten different cultures include East Indian, Garifuna, Mestizo, Maya, Mennonites, and Creole. They will welcome you, and their wonderful relaxed hospitality will allow you to relax and enjoy your time here.
Come experience Ambergris Caye's tropical wonderland. Walk the beaches, learn the history, talk with the people. You will not be disappointed in this experience that must not be missed.
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