Frontiers Unveils NEW Belize Fly Fishing, Photography & Agritourism Adventure
rontiers International Travel is thrilled to offer a NEW Belize fly fishing, photography and cultural tour hosted by award-winning photographer, angler, and journalistJess McGlothlin. The weeklong trip starts with three days of guided fishing for bonefish, tarpon and permit in the waters surrounding Ambergris Caye at El Pescador Resort and ends with three days of cultural and gastronomic activities at the famed Copal Tree Lodge in southern Belize, including visiting Mayan ruins, handcrafting a chocolate bar from boutique-grown cacao beans, jungle adventures, photography lessons, and cooking classes with the chef. The tour starts at $4,805 per person double and is scheduled for February 7-14, 2019. To view the full itinerary, click here or call 800-245-1950.
“Belize has long been one of my favorite destinations — it’s where I caught my first bonefish, and each time I return I fall more and more in love with the country,” said McGlothlin. “We’ll enjoy several days of guided fishing before traveling south to the luxurious jungle escape of Copal Tree Lodge for cultural adventures and photography instruction.”
Whether guests are dreaming of the angler’s Grand Slam, catching three species of fish in one day, or photographing a tropical paradise, El Pescador Resort offers an ideal Belize vacation. It was the Orvis Endorsed International Lodge of the Year in 2017. Meanwhile, Copal Tree Lodge, a member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, has grown from pioneering ideas of sustainable food production and agritourism to an award-winning, world-class destination welcoming discerning travelers from around the globe. From the preservation of an intact 12,000-acre nature reserve to the implementation of daily practices that reduce the carbon footprint, Copal Tree Lodge is committed to conservation and local economic development.
Tour highlights include:
- Fishing for bonefish, tarpon, and permit in the waters surrounding Ambergris Caye
- Photography lessons from an international award-winning photographer
- Exploring and photographing a12,000-acre nature reserve
- Experiencing cooking classes with the Copal Tree Lodge’s chef
- Hiking, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, wildlife viewing and yoga classes in the jungle
About Frontiers International Travel:
Founded in 1969, Frontiers caters to discerning travelers and specializes in the finest worldwide fly fishing and shooting destinations, photographic safaris, as well as customized Elegant Journeys. The combined staff of 65 travel experts in our Gibsonia, Pennsylvania headquarters and the United Kingdom branch office is considered the source for sound, unbiased advice in outdoor and luxury travel realms based on our well-seasoned, firsthand perspective. https://www.frontierstravel.com