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[13 Jun 2011 | No Comment | ]
THE LODGE AT CHAA CREEK ONCE AGAIN RECEIVES  ANDREW HARPER’S PRESTIGIOUS RECOMMENDATION

All of Andrew Harper’s recommended properties possess exceptional character, a commitment to classic hospitality and a profound sense of place. Mr. Harper does not evaluate hotels by means of a checklist, but uses his three decades of experience to distinguish the truly enchanting from the merely excellent. The Lodge at Chaa Creek is delighted to be among the best of the best properties worldwide to receive his recommendation, which came initially in 1992.

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[6 Jun 2011 | No Comment | ]
Wildlife Conservation & Eco Kids

I want to be a eco kid so that I may learn to recycle things and make a better place out of our country. No matter how small I am I can always help my home country, especially if I live in Belize.

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[2 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
Belize came into my mind when I was going through a stack of travel magazines with my lovely fiancé.

Being a typical guy, I was darting through the pages quickly, musing at the pictures of couples snorkeling in islands that were way beyond our budget. Of course, I wasn’t intentionally trying to be cheap on my honeymoon, but after looking at the prices compared to what you get, I felt like I could do better with my money. When I finished musing over the “South Pacific” chapter and entered the “Caribbean” chapter, Belize just stood out straight from the pages. Beautiful scenery with over-water bungalows illuminated by candle-light dinner… hey even I was beginning to get all emotional and getting the goosebumps, not to mention my fiancé. So, jotting down some website addresses and price ranges, I went home to research further.

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[15 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]
Belize, with its rivers, mountains, jungles, and varied cultures is the place I want to visit and this trip sounds like it could not be better!

Last year my husband and I were in Mexico and visited Chichen Itza where I became fascinated with the very advanced Mayan civilization. While in Belize I can further my study of the Mayans. Being from America I will also be interested in the influences of the expedition of Columbus into Belize and the colonial influences in the 1800’s. The historical influences are endless!

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[1 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

There is no better means to explore the vastness and uniqueness of Belize than by staying at the magnificent and centrally located Chaa Creek Lodge; hence my enthusiasm at becoming one of your guests.
Chaa Creek and Belize have so much to offer with the following being of greatest interest to myself: 
Diving/Snorkeling.
I understand that diving around the atolls is world-class containing several outstanding reefs, including barrier reefs such as near Ambergris Caye, as well as the world famous Blue Hole. Snorkeling …

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[11 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]
Mayan Ruins that Are Available to Tour from Chaa Creek

Tikal Maya Temple was once one of the greatest cities in the world. In its heyday it was the capital of a vast Mayan empire. Today, the site is one of Guatemala’s premier tourist attractions. Its unspoiled jungle setting makes it special for discerning travelers, particularly naturalists and bird watchers.
The mystery of their demise and the magnificence of their achievements both perplex and intrigue visitors. As you explore the temples, with your local guide, you will see panoramas of the city, read about …

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[1 Mar 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

 

Explore the Maya ruins and culture from any angle: Remarkably grand and majestic, their stone Maya temples protrude above the large expanse of green canopy in the tropical Belize Rainforest. The architecture is astounding. Maya Temples like Caracol, Xunantunich, Cuello, Lamanai and Lubantun are just a few of many ancient ceremonial sites that represent the legacy of a highly advanced civilization that once flourished in Belize – The Maya.
The Mayas were direct descendants of nomadic people, who came from Asia …