A curated guide to tourism that is creating a better more vibrant WORLD
Belinda Woodhouse (Bel) decided to change her life, left the Royal Australian Navy and let her wanderlust take her roaming the planet in free sandal-wearing bliss. Head honcho at The Travel Bag and author of 21 Reasons to Visit … travel book series, her love of writing, photography and videography enable her to live her dream life abroad.
Nothing is safe from her curiosity. Loving adventure, exploration and the wild places you will find her climbing all over ruins, tubing down jungle rivers and exploring the depths of the oceans laughing and loving every minute of it.
Currently living on the gorgeous Caribbean island of Cozumel in Mexico, moving abroad is the best change she ever made. It has given her total freedom to soar and live her dream life.
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Antigua's Alfombras. Gorgeous colourful temporary carpets fill the cobblestoned street of the Guatemalan city during Semana Santa (Easter) each year. Intricate patterns handed down through generations and created in a cultural tradition that brings families and communities together in heartfelt celebration.
Luna Jaguar Spa, natural hot springs, hidden in a protected jungle reserve beyond the ancient ruins of Copán, Honduras, celebrates the sacred thermal waters, Mayan ways of mystical transformation and the cycle of eternal renewal.
Los 7 Cenotes is a natural paradise and protected sacred sanctuary hidden on a private reserve, near Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. Experience the crystal blue water, serenity and ancient Mayan magic of these exquisite cenotes on a private tour that supports conservation and the local economy.
The only pearl farm in the Caribbean, Cozumel Pearl Farm showcases a natural treasure, the unique Cozumel Pearl. Experience a private tour with the owners, learning everything from growing to harvesting this one-of-a-kind pearl while enjoying the private reserve, swimming, snorkelling pristine reefs and lunch on the beach.
The Mayan Bee Sanctuary is newly opened on Cozumel, Mexico's largest island just off the Yucatan Peninsula in the Riviera Maya region, and is thriving. These tiny stingless bees have dwindled since the Mayan empire until they were almost lost. Until now.
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