WILD SPRING BREAK IN BELIZE & GUATEMALA
March 4th – March 11th
March 11th – March 18th
March 18th – March 25th
March 25th – April 1st
Private groups and custom itineraries available.
The Wild Spring Break program is the perfect combination of recreation and academic activities. This fast-paced program includes visits to wildlife enters across Belize and Guatemala, and both marine and terrestrial protected areas where participants snorkel in the Western Hemisphere’s most extensive coral reef, and visit Maya sites and wildlife centers set in jungles of Belize and Guatemala. Students engage with experts in Wildlife Medicine & Conservation, combining site visits with experiential learning on the front lines of wildlife conservation. Site trips include the Caye Caulker Marine Reserve, Community Baboon Sanctuary, the Belize Zoo, the Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic, Yax-Ha and ARCAS, Peten. You can sign up for one of our trips, or book a private section for your school or club.
Services and Fees
Course Fee $1,450 USD (base)
Included in the cost of your program
- Airport transfers (pick-up/drop off)
- Ground transportation
- Hotels & Accommodations with breakfast
- Some lunches and dinners
- Entrance Fees to all recreational and wildlife projects
- Recreational Activities & Guides
- BWRC or WI T-shirt
Accommodations in Caye Caulker and in Guatemala are shared and basic. Upgrades are available to private room. Accommodations in San Ignacio include multiple occupancy, A/C, free wifi, cable, private bath, and breakfast.
Before You Apply
Before you apply, feel free to contact our program manager Justin Ford email@example.com for more information about this exciting program. Apply as early as possible to secure your seat. Sections are limited to 12 participants.