Island Expeditions Announces 2013/14 Trips, New ‘Adventure Menu’ for Belize

Island Expeditions has announced its 2013/14 trip dates of all-inclusive Belize vacations, plus a fresh new website that showcases their adventures and provides great Belize travel information.

This season, the company also introduced an innovative “Adventure Menu”, a build-your-own approach to travel planning, designed to address the growing trend of customers wanting to combine small group adventure with independent destination travel. In addition to their popular Classic Trips, Island Expeditions now offers a variety of Getaways & Extensions, shorter trips that can be added to any Classic Trip or can be paired together so travelers can design their own ultimate Belize vacation. Departures start in time for travel over Thanksgiving.

The Classic Trips are all inclusive, full featured adventure vacations which showcase the best of Belize, and they include Island Expeditions' unique island Basecamp adventures (Lighthhouse Reef Adventure and Glover's Reef and River of Caves), and their signature Paradise Islands trip, the only lodge-to-lodge sea kayaking journey in Belize.

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Getaways & Extensions, meanwhile, are selections of shorter trips that can be paired to build a personalized Belize itinerary. Guests can choose from a “menu” that features remote coral atolls, ancient Mayan Ruins, a boat journey through the Crooked Tree Wetlands, and a rainforest canopy zip line, among others.

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