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[30 Jan 2013 | One Comment | ]

The Lodge at Chaa Creek located in the western dense forests of Belize is home to the fascinating Red-Footed Tree Frog scientifically known as Tlalocohyla Loquax. Our guests can observe this red-footed frog in our “Creatures of the Night” tour in which our experienced and knowledgeable naturalist guides will take you through trails populated by Ocelots, Howler Monkeys, Tarantulas, Patoos, Jaguarundis and many more intriguing rainforest residents.

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[4 Jan 2012 | One Comment | ]

Today’s Belize Photo of the day is the Giant Red-winged Grasshopper and its scientific name is Tropidacris Cristata Dux. This giant six inch herbivore lives in humid tropical forests occupying areas in Central America from Costa Rica up to Yucatan and Southern Mexico.

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[23 Jul 2011 | No Comment | ]

Today’s picture of the day is the Giant wild Cockroach and its scientific name is Blaberus giganteus. The giant wild cockroach is one of the world’s largest cockroaches and it mostly resides in the tropics.

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[22 Jul 2011 | 2 Comments | ]

Today’s picture of the day is the Red-eyed tree frog and its scientific name is Agalychnis callidryas. The specific name, callidryas, is from Greek calli, a prefix meaning “beauty,” and dryas, refers to a deity or nymph of the woods.

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[21 Apr 2011 | One Comment | ]
My Favorite Part…

Back at our cottage The Daily Jungle Journal was waiting to be perused, with information including the Evening Dinner Menu, the upcoming weather forecast, the Chef’s Corner, the on-site activities schedule, for that evening and the following day, and more.

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[6 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
One country that I have not had the opportunity to visit is Belize

I love to travel; I enjoy birding, trekking through the rain forest searching for mammals, discovering new plants, exploring ruins of ancient civilizations, snorkeling, scuba diving, and learning about the history, culture, and meeting the people of a new country. Chaa Creek offers all of this and so much more. I also love that the Lodge offers professional naturalist birding guides to help spot the over 300 species of birds that live in Belize. I have no doubt that the Lodge at Chaa Creek will offer a professional staff for any need or question.

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[16 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]
Belize Adventure Tours

Creatures of the Night Walk

Nature’s orchestra performs a live concert that promises to heighten your senses. When the lights go off the night comes to life. Look out for Armadillos scampering through the bushes searching for food. Listen up for the chirping of Crickets, the hooting of the Owls in the distance, toads croaking nearby, and the distant barking of the Kinkajous.
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[8 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]
Belize Vacation Sweepstakes (Essay#19)

Even at night there is the Creatures of the Night Walk that lets you get a first hand look at even the nightlife of the wilderness. It doesn’t even matter what time of the year you travel they have packages to meet all of your needs. For example the Chaa’s Creek Christmas package is something you can do with your family and still feel like its the holidays. They even put their touch to it and incorporate nature into that too by seeing the decorated trees garlanded with seeds and fruits. Giving you the spirit of Christmas but the heart of Belize. Its those little touches to give you that home feeling with a sense of adventure I have to say I admire and crave the most.

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[1 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

Join the creatures of the night and experience the undiscovered side of the Belize rainforest!
Our experienced and knowledgeable naturalist guides will take you through trails populated by Ocelots, Howler Monkeys, Tarantulas, Patoos, Jaguarundis and many more intriguing rainforest residents. The exotic beauty of the tropical night comes alive with troops of fireflies dancing through the trees, decorating the river valley below. The light from your head lamp may capture a surprised inhabitant, while a special ultraviolet light illuminates phosphorescent insects busy …