Orange Walk District
|Capital||Orange Walk Town|
The Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area, a large private nature reserve in the Yalbac Hills, is in this district. The land is highly cultivated with sugar cane, sorghum, rice, corn and vegetables. A lot of this agriculture is done by Mennonite farmers.
Tourism is growing. This is due to healthy populations of tropical wildlife and the rich archaeological sites. There are over 400 recorded bird species in the district. The district has two rivers, the Rio Hondo and the New River.
References[change | change source]
- "Mid‐Year Population by District and Sex, 2009" (PDF). Statistical Institute of Belize.