Farewell Peter Tonti – A Belize Tourism Pioneer!

It is with great sadness that the management and staff of Chaa Creek farewell a former long-time member of the Chaa Creek Team. Peter Tonti, who was with Chaa Creek for fifteen years, most recently as the company’s Chief Financial Officer, passed away on April 16th, 2015, leaving a huge void in the entire Belizean tourism industry, where he carved out a legacy as one of the industry’s pioneers and contributors to its early success.

Belize Whale Shark Diving Vacation Package 2015!

The Lodge at Chaa Creek and Robert’s Grove Beach Resort in Placencia have teamed up to offer one of the world’s great adventures, spanning Belize’s lush inland rainforests, the Caribbean coast and world’s second largest barrier reef. Swim and dive alongside 40 foot whale sharks, the Gentle Giants of the Sea, and explore Belize’s ancient Maya treasures in one seamless vacation.

7 Astonishing Belize Caves you should Explore!

Caves tell the history of Belize, having been an intricate part of the Maya religion and culture. The Maya used caves as ceremonial sites and evidence of these activities can be found inside these caves. Relics, principally in the form of shards of pottery, are very common.

Belize, Star of Stage and Screen…

We were delighted to see Belize pop up on two of our favourite television shows – on the animated antics of American Dad, and then on the season finale of “Better Call Saul”.

Bronx Zoo Sends Lucky Selfie Snappers to Belize!

We were happy to see Belize picked as the destination for the WCS’s 120th anniversary’s “120 Ways to Be Wild in NY” photo competition. Described as a “trip of a lifetime”, the grand prize five-day excursion for two to Belize can be won by visiting the competition website (www.nyiswild.com), signing up, and taking and posting 10 selfies that celebrate New York City’s wild side.

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[ 27 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

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.

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[ 26 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

The Lodge at Chaa Creek is now accepting bookings for a new Belize Summer Solstice Wellness vacation package, which combines health and wellbeing with an exploration of Belize’s rich Maya heritage.

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[ 23 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

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

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[ 21 Mar 2015 | One Comment | ]

Belize boasts of 240 miles of coastlines and 450 islands making it a top Central America beach destination. Here are 8 astonishing photos of Belize beaches that will inspire you to visit this jewel!