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Follow Ron & Viv Moon as they continue their travels and adventure - SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA NORTH AMERICA OVERLAND.                 Updated 2nd July 2012

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toucan Belize ZooBELIZEBelize Zoo jaguars

To get a close look at the wildlife of Belize, visit the Belize Zoo about 40km west of Belize City. It's a small private zoo that was set up for injured and rescured wildlife and it does a great job, well worth a visit. (Web:


Inglewood Camping Ground - San Ignacio, Cayo
GPS 17° 8' 21.1"N / 89° 05' 17.4 "W
Located 10km from Belize/Guatemala border, on the far west side of San Ignacio on the Western Highway, near Mile 68 marker.
Facilities include water, electricty (which is metered), a dump station (getting into the RV parks now), toilets and hot showers.
Cost around US$15.



Old Belize MarinaOld Belize (Cucumber Beach) Marina
7km (5.5 miles) Western Highway - north from Belize City, Belize
GPS 17° 28' 22.7"N / 88° 14' 55.6 "W
Cost approx US$20 per vehicle/per night.
The marina allows overlanders to park basically amongst the trailered boats alongside the dock area.
Basic facilities include power (110v), toilets and cold showers, and a washing machine (albeit a bit rusty on the outside) that works.
Wi-fi is also available, along with a little snack bar and a little further away a restaurant/bar.
It's all a bit run down at the moment, a got hit hard in the 2010 hurricane, but the owners have plans on building a new amenities block down near the waterfront/sea wall for campers with power and water as well.
At this time, it's the only place where you can park/camp. It's safe and secure, with a security guard at night patrolling the marina.
Caye Cayker SplitCaye CaulkerIt also makes an ideal spot to leave your vehicle while you visit the cayes.

You just have to have a stay on one of the offshore Cayes for a few days to soak up the Caribbean experience. Like we did on Caye Caulker - whose motto is 'Go Slow'.



Caribbean village RV park corozalCorozalCaribbean Village RV Park - Corozal
GPS 18° 22' 59.2"N / 88° 23' 44.9 "W
Located on the south side of Corozal, just across the road from the beach. Basic facilities - toilets/cold showers.
It's pretty run down, but a huge grassed area, with a little shade.
Cost US$10 per night for 2 x persons.


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