Beaches, barrier reef, rain forests draw visitors to Belize

10/22/2007 | NYTimes.com

Despite being the setting of a reality TV show, resorts built by Francis Ford Coppola and mentions in novels, Belize remains a remote, relatively undeveloped country. Its pristine beaches, the Western Hemisphere's largest continuous barrier reef, hundreds of gorgeous tiny islands, world-class snorkeling and scuba diving, however, are starting to attract the attention of travelers from around the world.

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