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Monkey Bizness franchise mascot, MB, spends the summer traveling. Monkey Bizness and Little Monkey Bizness is an exciting concept in children's amusement where kids can truly monkey around in a ...

Monkey Bizness franchise mascot, MB, spends the summer traveling. Monkey Bizness and Little Monkey Bizness is an exciting concept in children's amusement where kids can truly monkey around in a environment that is healthy, active and enjoyable.

MB begins with a trip to Belize, Central America.He visits Mayan Temples Xunantunich and Caracol. The was also a trip to Ambergris Caye, one of several hundred cayes (islands) located in the norther waters of Belize.

MB will take several trips this summer and share the educational experience. If you want to take MB with you, contact info@monkeybizness.com

For more information about Monkey Bizness visit www.monkeybizness.com

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    MB, Monkey Bizness Franchise Mascot, Travels the World MB, Monkey Bizness Franchise Mascot, Travels the World Presentation Transcript

    • www.monkeybizness.com
    • MB departs from Houston to Belize located on the east coast of northern Central America. www.monkeybizness.com
    • www.monkeybizness.com First, he crossed the Mopan River which discharges to the Belize River and merges with the Macal River then into the Caribbean Sea.
    • Xunantunich (Shoo-nan-two-nich) www.monkeybizness.com
    • MB had an excellent guide named Fidelio. www.monkeybizness.com
    • Xunantunich is just a few miles from Belize’s western border with Guatemala. www.monkeybizness.com
    • El Castillo, rises 130 feet above the main plaza at the Xunantunich Archaeological site. www.monkeybizness.com
    • There were spider and howler monkeys above! Howler monkeys are good swimmers, have excellent vision and can see up to one-half mile. www.monkeybizness.com
    • Caracol Maya Temple is the largest Maya site in Belize and one of the biggest in the Maya world. www.monkeybizness.com
    • Caracol was a Classic Period urban center that spread out over approx 55 square miles. www.monkeybizness.com
    • To this day Caracol is the largest man-made structure in Belize standing 42 meters (137 ft). www.monkeybizness.com
    • Rio on Pools, Mountain Pine Ridge in Belize are a continuous series of pools formed by large granite boulders. www.monkeybizness.com
    • Many of the small pools are connected by cascading water falls. www.monkeybizness.com
    • Next, MB boarded a very small 12 passenger plane to Ambergris Caye. www.monkeybizness.com
    • www.monkeybizness.com Ambergris Caye is the largest island of Belize. The only town on the island is San Pedro.
    • There are over 4,000 flowering plants, 250 species of orchards and approx 700 different types of trees in Belize. www.monkeybizness.com
    • Belize iguana is locally known as the bamboo chicken. www.monkeybizness.com
    • A popular tourist spot is Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley which covers 3 square miles. www.monkeybizness.com
    • We hope you enjoyed our trip! We would love to send MB with you on your next vacation! www.monkeybizness.com