Chaa Creek St Valentine’s All-inclusive Belize Vacation

Belize’s Chaa Creek Gets Ready to Celebrate Another Month of Love. Rather than buying your lover flowers this year, surround him or her with a huge living bouquet of colourful flowers set in stunning tropical gardens and a vibrant rainforest filled with the music of exotic birds and wildlife. Share lazy hours, exquisite meals and unique activities in a carefree romantic adventure that lets you choose how to spend your time together.

The Wonderland that is the Belize Zoo!

As with Chaa Creek’s Belize Natural History Centre, Chaa Creek Cares and our other projects, the Belize Zoo shows that true eco-tourism contributes to society and the environment while giving visitors the chance to reconnect with the nature. We all believe that the more people become familiar with the natural world, the more they’ll come to appreciate and protect it.

Tropic Air, Chaa Creek and Belize Go Global!

We just received the news that Tropic Air, Belize’s friendly local air service, is organising a road show to promote Belize’s many charms to the people of Chile next December, and coming on the heels of Tropic Air’s successful Colombian road show of last June, and following the news that COPA Air is inaugurating a twice-weekly Panama-Belize run December 2015, we can’t help but feel that the country formally known as Mother Nature’s Best Kept Secret is now anything but.

16 Wonderful Pictures of Belize. #10 is our favorite!

Belize is a photographer’s paradise!

25 Celebrities Who Have Vacationed at Belize’s Chaa Creek

If you want to get pampered and treated like royalty in between climbing Maya ruins or exploring the lush jungle of Belize, the Lodge at Chaa Creek is the place for you. Even Prince Harry and Bill Gates think so, as they both stopped by during visits to Belize. We are fortunate to have had the pleasure of hosting many more well known celebrities at Belize top eco-lodge, The Lodge at Chaa Creek.

Eco Kids Summer Camp, Featured, Headline »

[ 23 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

For arts and crafts time today, the campers focused on the definition of the three R’s of conservation: reduce, reuse, and recycle. With used bed cloth and recycled plastic bottles, they learned that they were reducing the number of bottle huggers and bags that people buy, as they made their own packs to carry water bottles and other small trinkets they may want! More importantly though, they had fun designing their own articles of fashion with their team mates and counselors.

Eco Kids Summer Camp, Featured, Headline »

[ 22 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

The eco-kids campers started the first full day of camp early Monday morning around the campfire singing traditional Belizean songs. Under the guidance of the resident expert eco-artist Miss Lilly Jones, each camper made their own “jungle journal” from recycled materials, which they will use to take personal notes on each day’s activities.

Eco Kids Summer Camp, Featured, Headline »

[ 21 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

Upon arrival at the camp grounds the Eco-Kids were assigned to both their cabins and their teams for the week. The Tapirs, Toucans, Jaguars, and last but not least, the Howler Monkeys. Then they were all assembled in the dining area to design their team flags with paint and markers. Most of the campers were ecstatic when they learned that their hand and footprints were eligible to go on their team flags!

Eco Kids Summer Camp, Featured, Headline »

[ 20 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

The annual eco-kids summer camp gives 24 young Belizeans between the ages of 8 and 13 a chance to learn about their natural world through a mix of adventure, social interaction, and fun filled applied education – all aimed at instilling a sense of wonderment in the unique cultures that constitute Belize and the environment that sustains us all.