+$Where:+$Northwest Belize. Gallon Jug is a private estate located within the heart of La Selva Maya, the largest contiguous rain forest north of the Amazon.
+$What’s There:+$All five Latin American cats—jaguar, puma, ocelot, margay and jaguarondi; 350 bird species; apir, peccary, red brocket deer, coatimundi, tayra, agouti and kinkajou.
+$Why it’s notable:+$No hunting has occurred on the estate for more than 20 years, so you may see species that have vanished elsewhere, including large birds like the crested guan and great curassow.
+$How you’ll get there:+$On Our+$Ultimate Belize Safari+$, we take a 30-minute flight from the Hidden Valley to the Chan Chich air strip. From there it’s a 30-minute drive on unpaved roads to the property.
+$Keep your eyes peeled for:+$The elusive jaguar. It’s spotted here about once a week, a record unmatched elsewhere.