Feb 20, 2019 - National Geographic Quest
National Geographic Quest woke up to the beautiful view of Laughing Bird Caye National Park. This Island is named after the laughing gulls, or Larus artricilla, which inhabit the island as a nesting area. Today the northern part of the island is preserved namely for the laughing gulls. In December 21, 1991, it was declared a national park, deeming the entire area an absolute no-take zone. This unique atoll formation known as a “faro” gave our guests an amazing opportunity to view the area’s coral habitats and marine life.
Within this small band of paradise, our guests spent their day snorkeling, scuba diving, birding, kayaking, paddleboarding, or just relaxing in the sun.
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