Thanks to advanced medical care and more active lifestyles, the term “senior” continues to be redefined by the year as people live longer and remain healthier than ever. The future for seniors has never been more promising, say bloggers on the Explore Life website, which is why active travel attracts so many people in the 60+ age category.
There’s a reason Belize’s Cayo District is called “the breadbasket of the Caribbean.” It's home to thriving citrus, beans, corn, plantain, banana, veggie, and papaya farms plus tilapia, and dairy industries. Cayo not only helps feed Belize but exports contribute mightily to the economy.
It’s easy to see why travel magazines highlight Belize as a top eco-adventure destination in the world. With stunning shores, vibrant jungles, and culturally rich historical sites, Belize truly has something for everyone. For travelers looking to voyage responsibly, look no further – Belize is giving back to Mother Nature with eco-conscious efforts that will benefit both travelers and the lush environment they have come to see. Destinations like San Ignacio Resort Hotel in the Cayo District of Belize lead these conservation efforts with eco-friendly practices and programs that both educate and entertain.