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Coppola adventuring with his Latin resorts

Posted by Anne Fitzgerald, Globe Travel Editor  August 18, 2010 10:47 AM

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Coppola_1_Blancaneaux_exterior.jpgFrancis Ford Coppola's "Lights, Camera, Adventure'' package premieres Aug. 22, offering travelers an all-inclusive, 10-day trip to the director's upscale Central American resorts. Visit the eco-friendly rain forest resort Blancaneaux Lodge (above) and seaside Turtle Inn Resort (below), both in Belize, and then go to La Lancha Hotel in Guatemala. Tour ancient Mayan sites, rain forests, and jungles, and hear presentations by conservation specialists on the region's wildlife, ecology, and cultural attractions.

Coppola_3_Turtle Inn_exterior.jpgThe trips start at $2,880 per person based on double occupancy, and include flights between each location; $100 of this will be donated to Belize nongovernmental organizations and a health clinic in Placencia. 501-824-4912, coppolaresorts.com

Photos: Francis Ford Coppola Presents

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