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[7 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]

Belize is proud to have the longest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere. But in 2010, the tiny country faced a huge problem — the potential loss of the reef’s UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Already under threat from coastal development, pollution and climate change, the reef’s species were being depleted by bottom-dragging fish trawlers.

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[13 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]
Rainforest & Reef Vacation Sweepstakes #1

Chaa Creek was the very first business that I started following on Facebook when I joined a few years ago, and it is the only business whose posts I read regularly. I’ve never been to Belize, but have been dreaming of it for years … literally years. The pictures I’ve seen of the beaches and the reef in Belize look to me to be the best in the world. And to have that along with those amazing rainforests is almost unimaginable for such a small country. I’m also fascinated by the ancient history and ruins in Belize. I cannot imagine a better place to start my first ever (but hopefully not last) adventure in Belize than the fabulous Chaa Creek.