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Flying to Belize just got easier thanks to Delta

11 February 2014 No Comment


Flying to Belize just got easier thanks to Delta


While perusing the February 9 edition of the LA Times, we came across apiece highlighting the news that Delta now offers nonstop service to Belize City from Los Angeles.

While this is old news to us (that most welcome service began last year), it did serve as reminder of how easy it is for our west coast visitors, and those members of Belize’s huge diaspora, to get to Belize and Chaa Creek.

Now, you can hop one easy flight from LAX, arrive in Belize City, and jump the Tropic Air flight to Maya Flats at our front door. That means missing the scenic drive in our comfy vans that we use to transport our guests from Belize’s International Airport to Chaa Creek, but it is amazingly quick and easy – wake up in your bed on the west coast of the US, and that evening go to sleep in one of ours surrounded by pristine rainforest.

Not so long ago such convenience would have been unthinkable. Really. When Chaa Creek first opened over thirty years ago, just getting from Belize City to here was an all day affair.

The LA Times article also highlights that United, American and TACA also offer connecting services, that is, a change of plane flight.

And, of course, Belize is now very convenient from most major hubs in the US and Canada, being, for example, a stone’s throw from Houston, New Orleans or Miami.

Whichever way you arrive here, you’ll be greeted with that refreshing welcome drink and hospitality so many people comment on.

And while speaking of air travel, we’ll also remind you about Tropic Air’s relatively recent service from the next door Maya Flats airstrip to Belize City, Ambergris Caye and Placencia, making Chaa Creek a perfect hub for visiting all of Belize. With our all-inclusive Belize vacation packages, bespoke tours or just by making use of our general knowledge, we can help you have the most comprehensive, comfortable and affordable Belize holiday possible.

So thanks again to that venerable read, the LA Times, for reminding their readers – and us – about Delta’s non-stop service and how easy it is to get to Chaa Creek these days.

We’ve come a long way from transporting our guests by canoe or tractor…

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