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August Honeymoon in Belize?

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My fiance and I are trying to plan out our honeymoon for August 2014 and our top choice is Belize. We'll be there August 12-22 and plan on hitting Amergris Caye, San Ignacio (and Tikal), and Placencia. We've been looking heavily into it and realize it's the low season, but we're not too concerned with the heat or the rainfall - what we're most concerned about is that it's hurricane season.

Does anyone think we should nix these plans for August because of the hurricane risk? Our backup plan is Costa Rica. We want to keep it in Central America. Both places look beautiful, but there's something about the snorkeling in Belize and the touring of the Mayan ruins that just knocks Belize to the top of our list and gets us most excited!

Any advise would be much appreciated!

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