Welcome to Gales Point
There's off-the-beaten track, way-off-the-beaten track and then there's Gales Point, a village founded around 1800 by runaway slaves from Belize City. The traditional Creole enclave sits on a narrow peninsula that juts out about 3 miles into the Southern Lagoon, one of a series of interconnected lakes and waterways between Belize City and Dangriga. To the west, jungle-clad limestone hills rise above the plains, and to the east, a narrow stretch of forest and mangrove swamp separate the lagoon from the Caribbean Sea.
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