The Guava Limb Café Is One Of The Best Restaurants In Belize

We think it’s all quite amazing, and so do the discriminating judges at the Travel Channel, who included the Guava Limb among their top ten picks for the entire country of Belize, ranging from the playgrounds of Ambergris Caye to the more upscale resorts and Belize City’s most elite dining spots.

The Bountiful Beauty of Belizean Birds

Along with stunning scenery and a wealth of Maya temples and archaeological sites, Belize is also known for an amazing diversity and number of birds.
From flocks of migrants attracted to the veritable supermarket of insects and plants found in the country’s pristine rainforests, to the many multihued residents such as parrots, scarlet macaws, falcons and other tropical forest dwellers, little Belize always has a backdrop of delightful birdsong to accompany any activity.

Belize Holiday Calendar of Festivals and Events 2015

Get up close and personal with the rich and diverse culture of Belize by visiting one or more of these annual events.

Happy Australia Day, Mates!

The country with the world’s second-largest barrier reef sends best wishes to that far away nation with the largest reef of them all. Happy Australia Day, Mates!

An Amazing Spa Experience in the Jungles of Belize!

What really made the Hilltop Spa at the Lodge at Chaa Creek in Belize stand out was the combination of elements that all worked together to create an experience that can only be described as magical.

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[ 8 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]

Now’s the Time to Plan for the Perfect Belizean Holiday. Belize has a virtual smorgasbord of adventures and fun things to do in this little Caribbean country studded with the remnants of the ancient Maya civilisation, beautiful beaches, the world’s second largest barrier reef, pristine rainforests and more, you’ll want some time to consider your options.

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[ 5 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]

A group of researchers from Rice and Louisiana State Universities working in Great Blue Hole area believe they now have the answer of why the Mayan civilisation suddenly cease to exist. After analysing sediment samples from that beautiful, massive sinkhole popularised by Jacques Cousteau and located along Belize’s Great Barrier Reef, they’ve concluded that a hundred year drought put an end to this flourishing society.

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[ 2 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]

Enjoy some fresh Caribbean flavours with this easy to make Belize recipe, Caribbean Barbecue Rum Ribs.

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[ 31 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]

All of us at The Lodge at Chaa Creek wish all of our friends around world health, happiness, prosperity and the realisation of your dreams during the New Year. Here in Belize we’re looking forward to 2015, and hope that you are too!