Belize Trip - Information Meeting :: Lakewood Campus

Thursday, August 29, 2019 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm

Located in the HUB Event Space

View the Belize Trip Flyer here

Come learn more about going to Belize this Fall!
Space is limited, so reserve your spot NOW!!

Belize is home to a variety of marine and terrestrial ecosystems, from rainforest and tropical savanna to mangroves, coral reefs, and more. Examine and compare the county's different natural, unspoiled habitats during this 9-day learning adventure. Observe wildlife and hike in the foothills of the Maya Mountains, explore underground caves, and snorkel the Belize Barrier Reef of Tobacco Caye for a firsthand look at marine biodiversity. Service projects, meetings with researchers, and informative lectures round out the experience.

Classroom Pre-Trip Sessions:
October 16 - December 4
Wednesdays 2pm-4:30pm

- Low-impact living and environmental stewardship.
- Hike rainforests and tropical savannas.
- Tropical conservation with the Belize Zoo.
- Tobacco Caye Marine Reserve snorkeling.
- Manatees, birds, turtles, corals, & reef conservation study.
- Belize culture, language immersion, & Nature as Text.