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  • Latin American Network Information Center (http://lanic.utexas.edu/la/ca/belize): Hosted by the University of Texas Latin American Studies Department, this site houses a vast collection of information about Belize. This is hands-down the best one-stop shop for Web browsing on the country, with helpful links to a wide range of tourism and general-information sites.
  • Belize by Naturalight (www.belizenet.com): This is probably the single best collection of links to Belize's individual hotels, restaurants, and attractions. The site also boasts links to the various regions and destinations within Belize, as well as links to most other major and important websites on the country.
  • The Belize Forums (www.belizeforum.com): These are active and informative forums on living in and traveling around Belize. Several regular posters are quite knowledgeable, and are generous with that knowledge.
  • Belize News (www.belizenews.com): This site provides access to all of Belize's major online news sources, including all the major weekly print newspapers.
  • Belize Kriol (www.kriol.org.bz): If you want to know about Belize's Kriol (Creole) culture, this is the place to go. The site includes pages on Kriol history, culture, and language. There's a handy spelling guide and Kriol dictionary here as well.
  • The Toucan Trail (www.toucantrail.com): This is an excellent site geared towards budget travelers, with extensive links and comprehensive information.
  • Belize Tourist Board (www.travelbelize.org): This is the official site of the Belize Tourist Board. It has its fair share of information and links, although you'll probably end up being directed to one of the other sites mentioned earlier.
  • Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.