Chaa Creek continues to celebrate this age old activity with the multinational cadre of children visiting our 365 acre nature reserve as spring comes to the tropics and announces the nesting time for toucans and parrots within a riotous pallet of brightly coloured trees.
On March 27, 2015 article’s title, Seven Perfect Days in Belize immediately caught our eye, as Costas Christ of National Geographic Traveler features Chaa Creek on article seven perfect days in Belize.
Easter means many things to many people, and no matter your background, nationality or religious beliefs, you can join in a springtime celebration of life and renewal that has been observed for thousands of years across the globe.
Just prior to the current six-week recess, Congress approved a last minute Bill that could see the tiny Central American nation of Belize become the 51st US State.
New meets old as LiDAR technology unveils a unique ancient Maya structure found near Chaa Creek and highlights traditional agricultural methods that may have lessons for us today.
It’s time to start planning a Belize summer vacation, according to The Lodge at Chaa Creek, as the Belizean eco resort begins accepting bookings for three new all-inclusive Belize vacation packages.
Few people understand the complexity of the Mayas organic farming techniques. The indigenous Maya have survived for over 2000 years on subsistence farming for home use, barter, and sale as the backbone of their existence. They have used resources supplied by nature to nourish the soil and protect their crops from insect devastation. Today Belize continues to use traditional Maya farming methods.
Baby Boomers and their youthful offspring discover that they’re not so different after all during a rainforest adventure in the stunning Belize. One of the best experiences I’ve ever had was watching my mom and dad and my own kids rediscover each other in a family vacation we all took at Chaa Creek, a beautiful eco-resort in Western Belize