Belize Beaches may not be Heaven on Earth, But They’re the Next Best Thing
Belize beaches have no deafening, dangerous, crashing surf to bother you.
These beaches pose no risk due to undertow and other nasty phenomenon.
This is due to the presence of the world’s second longest, living coral, barrier reef, at 175 miles (280km’s) long, lying just a half mile off the coast of Ambergris Caye. At most you'll hear a muffled roar occasionally when the wind is right.
The reef makes the beaches heaven for those wanting tranquility and fantastic swimming, snorkeling, diving, or just laying around or walking on the beach.
Since there is an absence of surf,
there is little erosion, and therefore Belize has beaches that are narrower that those with huge crashing waves. However, the lack of hoards of people means the beaches are wide enough for those lucky folks who are able to enjoy them.
When this heaven on earth is finally discovered by the masses, the beaches may become more crowded. We’ve got lots of time to enjoy them before this happens, I hope.
Here is another example on Ambergris Caye, the largest island in Belize. Close your eyes for a moment and picture yourself on either of these beautiful beaches.
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