Program Activity Guide 2014. Phone:+1.(501) 822.8032. Main email: . email@example.com. Home Campus Site: . www.belizestudyabroad.net. Tobacco Caye Barrier Reef: . www.tcmsbelize.org. Managing Directors: Marga and Matthew Miller. ID: 251139
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Monkey BayProgram Activity Guide 2014Phone:+1.(501) 822.8032Main email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHome Campus Site: www.belizestudyabroad.netTobacco Caye Barrier Reef: www.tcmsbelize.orgManaging Directors: Marga and Matthew MillerDirect email: email@example.comUS Cell: 770.877.2648General Manager: Fiona Joy MartinProgram Manager: Anna Brakeman Senior Tour Guide: Juan EsquivelHospitality Manager: Rachelle EstephanCampus Facilities Manager: Lincoln WiltshireSlide2
About Monkey Bay
Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
is an environmental education centre that offers experiential learning programs and training opportunities while serving as a model of conservation land stewardship. The Sanctuary consists of 1,060 acres of tropical forest, riverine and savannah habitats and is protected home to a variety of bird and wildlife species.
Study Abroad Student Group from The Ensworth SchoolSlide3
Monkey Bay Campus
Campus Grounds and Bon Fire Area
Kitchen and Dinning Area
Library and Wireless Internet
Wash up StationSlide4
Day One: Arrival and night tour of The Belize ZooSlide5
Day 2: Sibun River Canoeing and Tiger CaveSlide6
Day 3: Xunantunich Archaeological SiteSlide7
Day 4: St. Matthew’s Government School – Community Service
Day 5 & 6: Coxcomb Basin Wildlife SanctuarySlide9
Day 7 & 8: Academic Testing + Caye Caulker and Snorkeling on Belize Barrier reefSlide10
Day 8: Caye Caulker
Caye Caulker is a 45 minute water taxi ride from Belize City. Group arrives in time for check-in to island hotel (double occupancy rooms) and group lunch. Afternoon boat snorkelling guided excursion to nearby marine reserve. Farewell dinner and last overnight spent at island hotel before departure to home destination following day. Students will want to return to Belize with parents in tow for longer family visit!Slide11
Caye Caulker and Learning Activities
Caye Caulker Marine Reserve Snorkelling Boat Tour Excursion
Barrier Reef guided snorkelling tour.
Reef Snorkelling (multiple site drops). Cut Reef Snorkelling (spur & groove coral life).Island Mangrove Forests.
Local Expert Presentation Topics The Marine Environment of Belize: 1) An Overview. 2) Mangroves and Sea grass. 3) Coral Reefs.Fish and CoraL Identification.Marine Protected Area Management.
Man-O-War Bird Roosting Site
Caribbean View from Caye CaulkerSlide12
Thanks for Choosing Monkey Bay!
See ya soon!
Monkey Bay Staff: Back row, left to right: Matthew Miller, Juan Osais, Lincoln Wiltshire, Kenny Clarke, Samba, Clava Jeffords, Anna Brakeman, Juni Wiltshire. Front Row, left to right: Juan Esquivel, Angelina Reyes, Beverley Hyde, Justin Wiltshire, Chester Pop, Irma Ramos, Nora Pop, Juana Pop, Miriam Bolon, Stephanie Usher, Loyda Martinez.Slide13
Presentation to Parents
Thursday 12 September 2013