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With one foot planted in the Central American jungles and the other dipped in the Caribbean Sea, tiny English-speaking Belize, a glistening kaleidoscope of colorful plants and animals interspersed with a light dash of Mayan culture, is something of a Central American anomaly. Although the most expensive country in Central America, its reliable public transport and numerous hotels and restaurants make it an ideal introduction to the region and a great place to travel independently.
Capital || Belmopan
Population || 340,000
Visits || May 2013