On Monday, children of all ages will converge at the Sandy Hunter Library for a 3-day summer camp spearheaded by the Belize Tourism and Industry Association (BTIA). Tourism Information Officer, Jazmin Zetina says the children will be engaging in educational, environmental activities.

Screen_Shot_2015-07-21_at_7.47.58_PMJazmin Zetina - Tourism Information Officer, BTIA OW

“The main focus of this program is keeping the environment clean and healthy which goes with the BTIA civic pride campaign that we started and also recovering the tourism and the environment and the Ocean as well.”

Maria Novelo – Reporter

“Then is that open to kids ages…?”

Jazmin Zetina - Tourism Information Officer, BTIA OW

“Well, we started enrolling kids from two months ago but of course we have a limit that the library can hold.”

And for persons interested in Tour Guiding as a profession, a first step training will be hosted in Mid-August says Zetina.


Jazmin Zetina - Tourism Information Officer, BTIA OW

“We still have a lot of space available so if anybody out there still interested you can still stop here by the office and get more information, we do have payment plans so if that is a concern for you please come in at the office and make them walk you through all the information and including the payment plan that we have.”

The training starts on August 17th. Interested parties can visit the information booth at the Central Park or can call Zertina at 651-4860.

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