Articles tagged with: Caribbean lifestyle
About Belize, Featured »
With the world’s second largest barrier reef (some say the world’s longest living barrier reef), huge tracts of unspoiled rainforests surrounding ancient Maya cities and temples, pristine rivers, waterfalls, hundreds of lovely little islands and a stunning Caribbean coast, what’s not to be happy about? Oh yes, then there’s the people. Nowhere on the planet will you find a more multicultural mix of happy souls who have long ago worked out how to live in harmony. Just about everyone who comes to Belize remarks on the natural, easy going friendliness and warmth of Belizeans. And it’s infectious – after a few days even the most harried travellers notice a spring in the step and a propensity towards smiling. It just grows on you…
Belize Travel Tips, Belize Vacations »
After years of research and consideration, Cecilia and Robert are focused on moving to Belize. They think this could be a place where they want to live, at least part-time. But what really attracted them to Belize, over all the other countries they considered, was finances. “We aren’t wealthy people, but we’ve managed what we have,” says Robert. “We see this new adventure as a next step in that process.”
Chaa Creek’s Maya and La Mar Honeymoon Magic is an all-inclusive package offering couples the best of two romantic worlds. The Lodge at Chaa Creek is Belize’s oldest and best known eco-resort, set within a private 365 acre nature reserve with beautiful thatched-roof cottage style accommodation, exquisite candlelit dining, a pool, butterfly farm, a professional Hilltop Spa and other amenities. Miles of well-maintained trails through the rainforest are perfect for horseback and mountain bike riding or tranquil nature walks.