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Jun 1, 2012

Cheapflights say Belize Zoo is one of Top 10 Worldwide

Cheapflights travel blog, an online media that offers the best overall travel deals to worldwide destinations, has named the Belize Zoo as one of the top ten zoos worldwide. The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center, being the only zoo of this region ranks with zoos of Europe, Asia, Australia and North America. According to the travel blog, a major draw is the represented five wildcat species found in Belize: jaguar, puma, ocelot, margay and jaguarondi. The site commends the rehabilitation efforts of the zoo, highlighting the Problem Jaguar Rehabilitation Program as just one of the zoo’s initiatives that help to promote conservation and awareness to protect Belize’s natural resources. Cheapflights, which originated in the UK, but has since launched in U.S, Germany, Spain, France and Italy, has a monthly traffic that averages more than seven million visits in the US and eighty-eight million visits globally. Cheapflights publishes airfare works with a network of partners to supply travelers with the best travel deals to travel content and also has over five hundred travel guides to world-wide destinations.

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3 Responses for “Cheapflights say Belize Zoo is one of Top 10 Worldwide”

  1. Storm says:

    The Belize Zoo is truly a jewel in its own right, and its staff and leadership deserve great recognition.

  2. Jimmy Criminal says:

    Cheap Flights and others such as Trip Advisor are just scams and the owners operators do not even know where Belize is.

  3. BZNinCALI says:

    I enjoyed my visit to the zoo years ago, was impressed & recommend it to everyone I know who talks about going home for a visit. If half the people in Belize could communicate as well as the guide who worked there for most of the 90s, we’d be a better place. It is okay to give our people credit when they do a good job.

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