When we arrived at Belize’s international airport where we were met by Chaa Creek’s driver/guide – the first of the many friendly staff we soon became acquainted with. The drive from the airport went quickly and gave us our first taste of what a beautiful little country Belize is, but it was nothing compared to what awaited us at Chaa Creek.
As visitors to Belize quickly learn, we are blessed with some of the best weather conditions on the planet, with average yearly temperatures of 84° F (29°C) and not much of a difference between seasons. Just one more factor in Belize’s growing reputation as a true tropical paradise.
Beat the freeze and head to Belize this winter. For a little off-the-beaten track place, Belize is incredibly easy to get to. Filled with ancient Maya temples and ancient cities, and on the other the Caribbean Sea and all these little islands and coastal villages and resorts, all protected by a huge barrier reef. The people are really friendly and, to top it off, everyone speaks English!
Television star and well known environmental activist Ted Danson together with Oceana CEO Andrew Sharpless write about A Luxury Resort that Threatens the Belize’s Mesoamerican Reef on the Huffington Post.
We were having a look through the November 20 2014 Travel Pulse, as you do, and couldn’t help but notice a piece in the “Editor’s Notebook” section titled, Belize’s Charm Is Difficult to Describe But Easily Experienced.