Feb 19, 2018 - National Geographic Quest
This morning, National Geographic Quest began our trip in Belize by visiting one of the most incredible of the Cayes, the Laughing Bird Caye National Park. The Laughing Bird Caye was named after the laughing gull, the birds that once used this island to nest. Now, the park is making efforts to bring them back by not allowing visitors into one of the sections of the islet. The national park was created in 1991 and it covers an area of only 1.8 acres, protecting a magnificent bed of coral where you can see a great variety of coral, fish and other sea creatures.
Today, not only did we have an incredible snorkeling experience, but also we got to play with kayaks, paddleboards and perhaps the most important – hammocks.
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