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According the December 19 Sydney Morning Herald article (“China alert to doomsday rumours”), authorities in China have detained more than 90 people across seven provinces for spreading rumours about so-called Maya prophesies linking the 2012 Winter Solstice to the end of the world. According to the reports, theories posted on the internet and in the US film “2012,” which was hugely popular in China, have fueled fears of what is being called the “Maya Apocalypse” resulting in people scrambling to prepare for survival.
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Chaa Creek will be hosting a year of events, activities, special tours, workshops and seminars to set the record straight while introducing the world to the marvels of the ancient Maya civilisation, Ms Fleming said, with the celebrations taking place on December 21 2011 kicking off a yearlong celebration of Maya civilisation, culminating in the huge Winter Solstice 2012 celebrations.
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The Caribbean Vacation Sweepstakes offered free eco-holidays inclusive of: Round trip transfers from International Airport or Belize City, A visit to the Belize Zoo with transfer on arrival or departure, four nights Cottage accommodation, full breakfast, lunch and dinner, guided visits to the Natural History Museum, Butterfly Farm, and Belize Rainforest Medicinal Trail, canoeing on the Macal River, guided early morning bird watching, one full & half day tour to Belize’s Maya Temple Sites, Sacred Caves, or Nature Reserves.
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In the midst of surviving the worst natural disaster in modern history, the government and people of Japan continue to support important environmental and cultural projects in Belize. Japanese Ambassador in Belize Hiroshi Yamaguchi presented a US$2.7 million grant to the Government of Belize to help improve the lives of children in Belize’s Maya communities last week.
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Belize Zoo was quite exciting reminding me of the movie Jumanji and Disney. Visiting its museum makes me wonder what world history has to offer. Canoeing in Macal River looks very interesting in my active sports lifestyle. Guided visits to the Natural History Museum, Butterfly Farm, and Belize Rainforest Medicinal Trail was quite challenging. Guided Early Morning Bird Watching was quite exciting. Tour to Belize’s Mayatemple sites, sacred caves, or nature reserves makes me wonder what a wonderful world to explore. And Snorkeling tour to Belize’s magnificent barrier reef off South Water Caye makes me thanks God for my wonderful dream to be true creation.
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I was a recent guest at Chaa Creek and was amazed by the beauty of the property, accomodations and most importantly the staff! The property definitely rates as one of the best not only in Belize, but in all of Central America!
We were greeted by the front desk and offered 2 beautiful rooms (the one had a romantic outdoor shower) and chose a location that looked out on the river and was extremely private. The decor of the room was …