Most people who come to Belize will agree that it is a country of astounding and diverse beauty. But few visitors -- and most Belizeans for that matter -- are fortunate enough to view Belize through the eyes of a soaring hawk or frigate...or a brilliantly plumed scarlet macaw. That's the extraordinary vantage point employed by author/photographer Marius Jovaisa in Heavenly Belize. Using an ultralight aircraft originally designed for National Geographic assignments in Africa, Jovaisa travels the length and breadth of the country, capturing images ranging from towering jungle covered mountains and ancient Mayan cities to the 400 foot deep Blue Hole at Lighthouse Reef. Whether you are a first time visitor to Belize, or born and raised here, these never before published photographs will give you a deep appreciation of this refreshingly unique nation.
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