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[6 Mar 2013 | 3 Comments | ]

The Great Blue Hole shown is one of the top attractions in Belize and is a Mecca for those wanting to dive among its giant stalactites and stalagmites, which were formed during the last Ice Age.

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[23 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

Are you looking for a unique vacation spot this year – a place that offers you plenty of opportunities for R&R while also giving you the chance to appreciate Mother Earth? You’re not alone. Ecotourism is becoming more popular, as it allows travelers to enjoy a pristine area of the world while fostering a respect for other cultures and for the environment. For many of these travelers, the country of Belize tops the list of places to visit.

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[14 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]
Things to do in Ambergris Caye Belize

Ambergris Caye is the largest of some 200 small islands scattered along the spectacular Belize barrier reef, and although only 25 miles long, it offers a wealth of things to do. There are so many choices, in fact, that you’ll want to pace yourself to maintain that all important level of relaxation.

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[30 Jul 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Venturing the Atolls

 By Peter Tonti 
So we ventured into the unknown; Elias Matus, reservations manager for the Rainforest and Reef Resorts of Belize, my fourteen year old son, Gianni Tonti and me, Peter Tonti, CFO and Business Manager for The Lodge at Chaa Creek, in search of some hands-on experience with the island portion of our Inland/Island Adventure Package with Turneffe Flats. 
An hour and a half boat ride from Belize City led us to our destination, Turneffe Flats. We arrived around 5:00 pm, …

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[22 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]
Chaa Right

The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize
Foam parties may be fun for some, but in case you’re not into its thriving club scene, Belize is also known for its world-class scuba diving, rainforest, and rich Mayan culture. To see it all, stay at The Lodge at Chaa Creek. The eco resort of 23 palm-thatched cottages and 10 bungalows is nestled in the foothills of the Maya Mountains, along the Macal River, on a 365-acre nature reserve.
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