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In Memory of:

Ms. Marilyn Bull

Co Founder of the Belize Independence Project. Leaving a lifetime of sharing and caring.

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Stann Creek District

Placencia

Dangriga

Tobacco Caye

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary & Jaguar Reserve

Belize Tourism

The Great Blue Hole

Lamanai

St. John's Cathedral,
Belize City

Belize District

Cayo District

Corozal District

Orange Walk District

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Corozal District, Belize

Corozal District is the northern most district. District capital: Corozal Town. Corozal has long been the home of the sugar industry in Belize and the fortunes of its people have risen and fallen with the cane stalks. While sugar production and agriculture are central to the way of life of many rural Corozalenos, occupations in the tourism industry are slowly becoming more prominent.

Also in Corozal District are the villages of Calcutta, Chan Chen, Chunox, Consejo, Copper Bank, Libertad, Little Belize, Louisville, Paraiso, Patchakan, Progresso, Ranchito, San Joaquin, Sarteneja, Xaibe, Cristo Rey, Yo Chen, San Andres, Carolina, San Narciso, Santa Clara, Buena Vista, San Antonio, Caledonia, San Roman, San Victor, Concepcion and Estrella. While the island of Ambergris Caye may geographically be closest to Corozal District, it is actually a part of Belize District.

Pre-Columbian Maya ruins are found in Corozal at Santa Rita near Corozal Town, at Louisville, and at Cerros, Copper Bank area.