South Water Caye & Carrie Bow Caye

Feb 24, 2020 - National Geographic Quest


As the sun rises early in the morning, National Geographic Quest approached its anchorage just of Carrie Bow Caye for our daily activities. Guests had the opportunity to enjoy the tranquil views of South Water Caye Marine Reserve by either snorkeling, paddleboarding or kayaking. As the day, progressed guest also visited the Smithsonian Institute of Carrie Bow Caye. Where they were able to spend time with the researchers around the field station. Learning about the different research projected currently in progress.

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About the Author

Victoria Forman

Naturalist

Victoria A. Forman was born and raised in the country of Belize. She is a fun-loving, adventurous and outgoing individual who spent most of her childhood going to her family's private island, Forman's Caye. Growing up as a fisherman's daughter, she was able to spend many hours fishing, swimming and playing in the pristine Caribbean Sea of Belize and learning from an early age about various types of marine life and their habitats.

About the Photographer

Jeff Litton

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Jeff is an environmental filmmaker and adventure cinematographer. His passion for adventure has led him through rural Kenyan villages, atop erupting Guatemalan volcanoes and to the enchanted Galápagos Islands to film Hammerhead Sharks. Being an expedition filmmaker enables Jeff to combine his love for capturing beauty with his drive to protect the environment. In the words of Jacques Cousteau, “people protect what they love.” Inspired, Jeff created UGENA.org, the United Global Environmental News Agency, an online resource to inspire people to care about the environment.

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