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Go jaguar tracking in Belize

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Explore the territory of the elusive jaguar in the jungles of Belize.

These solitary big cats are notoriously shy and stealthy so the chance of spotting one is very low, but you can learn about their habits and explore the natural realm that sustains them – you may see jaguar paw prints and other evidence of their presence. Jaguars have been spied in the vicinity of Chan Chich Lodge.

There's also a wide variety of other wildlife to be seen in the jungles of Belize, and plenty of colourful tropical birds chirping out their songs from the treetops.

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