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  Southern Belize may be the last destination where Mayan history and culture may be explored in an all-natural, non-commercial environment. In this same spirit of unspoiled natural phenomena, we view our untracked jungle, mountains and rivers as a legacy worth protecting. To that end, we adhere to strictly maintained guidelines that ensure that our native plant and animal species survive and thrive. Our teak woodlots guarantee no extraction of rare tropical hardwoods for human consumption. And our education outreach to local indigenous populations aims to replace slash-and-burn cultivation with a more earth-friendly approach, which will provide arable and productive land for future generations.