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I’m going to Belize in 2 weeks! I have been invited by the Belize Tourist Board on a “FAM” trip. This is travel industry lingo for “familiarization”. I, along with a bunch of other travel industry professionals, are going on a somewhat insane itinerary: we will visit 27 hotels in 5 days! I wouldn’t call that fun, but many of these are places I have heard of for years but never gotten to, and I am looking forward to seeing them. We will be staying in San Ignacio, Mountain Pine Ridge, Placencia, Hopkins, and San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. I’ll be posting more about the trip when I get there.
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Belize is clearly a diving mecca, but there is so much above sea level to explore. With 2012 right around the corner, I’m really hoping to explore the Mayan temple sites and the Sacred Caves. I would love to do some bird watching. I lost my mom to cancer just two years ago, and she seems to follow me and appear in that form now. Of course, I also look forward to the diving and snorkeling possibilities as well.
I’d like to vacation in Belize at The Lodge at Chaa Creek because I have been to Belize for one day in the past and would like to explore it’s beauty further, Spending 4 night in a cottage, exploring it’s zoo, museums trails and farms would be even better than the hammock and snorkeling I’ve done there before. I bird watch from my sunroom in the Midwestern United States but could only imagine the birds in this rainforest. The temples, caves nature reserves are calling my stress filled name.
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I want to visit Belize with my husband of 47 years. We love the outdoors and going on nature walks, so this would be the perfect vacation for us. Staying at the friendly cottage atmosphere of the Lodge at Chaa Creek where we can relax and visit with other people interested in nature and in preserving our earth’s wilderness for future generations would be so fun and educational at the same time.
I was an anthropology major in …
I never had a chance to travel while I was working in law enforcement for the past 37 years. However, I recently retired and am looking forward to seeing all those places i had dreamed of going to in the past. I have been an active scuba diver for over 30 years, but most of my diving has been in a full wet suit with a hood. The warm waters of Belize would be a different category altogether! Belize has …
It has always been one of my most heartfelt dreams to visit the lush green of the rain forest. I go to sleep
listening to a tape of the sounds of the birds and animals of the forest, the ack,ack, of the parrots and the mournful howling of the monkeys.
The outdoors is my life, I’m a caver,mountain biker, horseback rider,and kayak-er. It would be heaven to go hiking and horseback riding on the trails of Chaa …
I want to go to Belize and do everything and see everything and know just how amazing everything is. I think I would like to go with my good friend Lauren, and we would not waste an opportunity like this. We would go snorkeling and jet skiing, and even visit the zoo and if anybody in this world deserves to do these things, I think Lauren and I would make good candidates. I think that Lauren is a good person and that she deserves something like this. You see, being college students we both live our daily routine lives working hard to get somewhere we’re not sure of yet. But for now, Belize would be a great temporary destination.
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The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize’s adventure vacation specialist, is promoting marine ecology awareness by offering exciting new Caribbean Sea snorkelling packages designed to show divers of all ages and levels of expertise the underwater wonders of Belize’s famous barrier reef and cayes.
“With recent events it is now more important than ever that people realise how beautiful and precious our marine life is, and what better way to appreciate the wonders of the sea than immerse yourself in it,” Chaa …
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The Maya were masters at utilizing the jungle's natural resources for their practical and medicinal needs.
My wife and I heard about your great Belize resort from our children about a year ago and would love to spend our vacation there. We are firm believers in conservation, and try to be sustainable in as many ways as we can (we have solar panels on our home and office). We could not think of a better gift …
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The manatee is a huge marine mammal with a gray brown seal looking body. They have two forelimbs that act both as arms and front flippers they also have a powerful paddle shaped tail. They have tough skin with a rough texture and some body hair, their face is wrinkled and has stiff whiskers. They produce sounds audible to humans. When active, they surface regularly to breath, they can stay under water 10-15 minutes without breathing …
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Visitors to Belize consistently rate marine attractions as the primary reason for visiting. Belize is blessed with rich diversity in its marine habitats, resulting in UNESCO awarding World Heritage Status to the Belize Barrier Reef. The marine attractions are as varied as the natural formations that make up this 185-mile coastal wonder. Explore the barrier reef, atolls, and over 400 islands, white sand beaches, fringing and patch reefs, over 100 species of coral, hundreds of species of fish and an …