Named for a collection of crooked logwoods along the shore of a village in Belize, Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary provides a protected area for migratory birds and other local wildlife.
Birdwatchers flock to this area in hopes of catching a glimpse of migrating water birds.
Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is situated south of Crooked Tree, a hamlet in Orange Walk District; it's 26.2 miles to the south of Orange Walk.
The area surrounding Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary isn't precisely well-known for its selection of dining options, but tourists willing to explore just might find a location to eat some food. The nearest place to eat to Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is Bushy's Place, which serves Belizean dishes.
You'll find some additional places of interest nearby, including Lamanai Mayan Archaeological Site, which is within driving distance in Orange Walk District. Also, you might think about checking out Altun Ha, which is another attraction in the area.
Northern Highway at Mile 33, Orange Walk District, Belize
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