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All the Lovely People

27 September 2008 No Comment
 

We mentioned in the article launching our blog that we wanted to reach out to our past visitors and talk to them about some of the things that made a visit to Chaa Creek an adventure, things that made it special, and learn about some of the things they would like to experience again.

We want to create the opportunity for you to get to know us better. We also want to create the opportunity for you to see and experience everything that Chaa Creek and Belize have to offer.

We want to enable you to explore, absorb and immerse yourself in the artifacts of Mayan culture. If we can help you to experience the beauty of a tropical rainforest in Belize this too would help us to achieve our goals. We want you to share the passion for this area and for nature and for history in a way that cannot be done in many destinations and other resorts around the world.

Now, we have been here for decades. We have seen some amazing things and still see new things almost every day, but we cannot experience Chaa Creek like you can. We can’t fully appreciate how this experience feels the first time you journey into the rainforest, the first time you climb to see the temples at El Castillo, or the first time you go cave tubing in Belize.

We have been written about in a number of travel guides and review services. People share videos of Chaa Creek on YouTube and pictures on Flickr. We not only want to share our experiences and passion for Chaa Creek, but we want you to be able to see the amazing experiences that are other guests have experienced over the years. The Internet does make this possible in a limited capacity and we will do our best to capture the essence of those experiences and share them with you.  So please send us your comments, pictures, web links, and web videos, so that we can all tap into the essence of Belize!

 

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