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[12 Nov 2012 | One Comment | ]

Be a tourist in your own country. “But I live here” many would say, sometimes I wipe my tears of laughter when I see the many idyllic places our beautiful Belize has to offer, yet most of us fail to experience such wonders at our very home country. Largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere, pristine waters, lush jungles, ancient caves, historic Mayan ruins. We truly have natural wonders all to ourselves, and with Chaa Creek’s undeniable professionalism and core values such an experience would be life changing and unforgettable.

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[7 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize’s oldest eco resort and one of the country’s largest employers is reflecting a nationwide sentiment in congratulating President Obama on winning the US Presidential election, marketing administrator Larry Waight said today.

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[18 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]

Belize Tourism Board (BTB), September 18th, 2012 – Join in on the excitement of the September Celebrations in Belize! Delta Airlines is now offering a discount on flights to Belize.

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[11 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]

Belize has a large diaspora, with one out of every three Belizeans now living overseas, for the most part in the United States, Great Britain and Canada. According to the US Census some 175,000 Belizeans live in the US, while it is estimated around 3,000 Belizeans are currently in England.

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[30 Jul 2012 | 6 Comments | ]

The Lodge at Chaa Creek is asking all Belizeans, whether at home or abroad, to join the popular eco resort in supporting the Belize Olympic Team while they compete the in the London 2012 Olympics.

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[11 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]

Despite the fact that Belize is incredibly ethnically diverse—home to many different peoples and languages—they all seem to share a common respect for the human condition and for the environment. One of my Belizean friends told me a story in which he once caught a wild baby bird when he was a little boy and kept it in his room in a shoebox. When his mother found out, she forced him to release the bird and then locked him in his room for a day. The lesson?

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[29 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]

The Academic Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to students striving to excel at various levels of education, including high school, colleges and university. The rigorous scholarships selection process is based on academic performance and financial need, and each year assists ten Belizeans who show both academic promise and a desire to further their educational goals.

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[23 May 2012 | 3 Comments | ]

Belize’s Barton Creek Cave has been listed as one of Nine Most beautiful and unusual cave destinations by Mother Nature Network.

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[14 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

Belize is probably the most eclectic melting pot of a country imaginable, with cultures such as those first Belizeans, the Maya, mixing harmoniously with more recent additions such as Spanish, British, African, European, Mennonite, East Indians and immigrants from the middle East, Asia … all over the planet, actually.

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[8 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

Prince Harry enjoyed both his stay at The Lodge at Chaa Creek and the real life rags-to-riches story about how his fellow countrymen turned an overgrown little farm on the banks of a then remote part of Belize into a 365 acre luxury eco-resort fit for, well…

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[11 Jan 2012 | One Comment | ]

The Barton Creek Cave Site is best known as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Cayo District, Belize. The cave’s large riverine passage and pristine formations are just two of the reasons why this site is appealing to both local and foreign visitors. Beside its natural beauty, the site is made even more interesting by the presence of a wide range of cultural remains that were deposited within the cave by the ancient Maya.