Did You Know? … During the early morning Iguanas are very slow-moving, almost lethargic. This is because the Green Iguana is cold-blooded and requires warm temperatures of over 80 degrees F. If the temperature does not get warm then the Iguana will stay hidden in a dry place where it can conserve energy.
We take great pride in maintaining the Belize iguana project and making sure that the green iguanas have a home where they can reproduce and multiply in numbers. We offer a tour in the area where guest can see baby iguanas, adult iguanas and if it is the right time you may see how iguanas are hatched.
Have you ever seen how iguanas are hatched? Watch this video!
Erin De Santiago took a beautiful picture of a baby iguana in the palm of her hand. Click Here to see the photo and read a bit about her experience in Belize and tour or the Iguana Project.