Fireburn Reserve

The Fireburn Reserve makes up over 1800 acres of land dedicated to the natural well-being of Belize and all of her inhabitants. Visitors will be able to travel into the reserve and try to see some of Belize's wildlife.

Most gusts to the refuge head over to the Visitor's Center, where they can get up-to-date information on the park and its attractions.

Location

Fireburn Reserve is situated 11.6 miles east-southeast of Chunox, a village in Corozal District; it's 17.2 miles to the southeast of Corozal.

Boat is generally the best way to reach the Fireburn Reserve, though it is possible during some seasons to take a rough dirt road into the park. Either way, it is not an easy journey, so plan ahead if you plan on visiting.

Nearby Attractions

Travelers who are a fan of nature preserves, and would like to see others, might check out Shipstern Nature Reserve and Corozal Bay Wildlife Sanctuary; the first is 4.4 miles to the northeast of this page's attraction. This wildlife reservation is pleasantly located without most tourist attractions and hotels, in a secluded area.

More Information

Location: Corozal District, Belize

 

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