Spring Break in Belize is Seriously Cool – This is Why!
Belize is pretty much it, as far as I’m concerned.
And one of the best parts is, not everyone is aware of that yet. It’s relatively unknown, and definitely uncrowded and unspoiled.
It’s only been during the last couple years that Belize has became a Spring Break destination, and I thank the powers that be that I’ll be in Belize and not one of the more popular destinations this year.
Although Belize is growing in popularity each year as more and more students and travellers discover the uncrowded beaches and the many activities the little Caribbean nation with so much to do offers, the of level of insanity never reaches what, say Cancun or South Padre Island, Texas, hits.
And personally, I’m so glad…
Sure there’s the usual sun, fun, heating up and hooking up as everyone converges to enjoy a well-earned getaway, but Belize also offers activities you won’t find in other places of the world, and certainly not as easily accessible.
Where else can you wake up in the middle of a pristine rainforest, hike to the top of a Maya temple, hop a short affordable flight, snorkel a while sandy beach that afternoon, and then dance the night away barefoot on a Caribbean island?
A year or so that local air service opened up all these new possibilities to combine so much in such little time.
To me, it makes Belize the ultimate new Spring Break vacation spot. You have all the usual stuff from zip lining to kayaking, windsurfing, paddle boarding, scuba diving, snorkelling and he usual moderate to extreme sports, but you also have the ability to pack so much adventure into a very little cool English speaking country some 180 by 70miles wide, with the world’s second largest barrier reef, the famous Blue Hole, which even blew away that most experience of divers, Jacques Cousteau, whale sharks (the world’s largest fish) visiting for their annual migration, and so much more.
Did I also mention miles of Jungle Rivers for canoeing and exploring?
And then there’s the dancing to those cool Caribbean rhythms at night, the sand underfoot and the zillions of stars unspoiled by city lights.
The point is, if you’ve been there and done that, chances are that you still have Belize to look forward to.
And it’s awesome!
Maybe see you for Spring Break in Belize this year… just don’t tell too many people…
I mean, special is special…
The Lodge at Chaa Creek is Belize’s first eco resort. Located within a 365-acre secure private nature reserve, it offers tours to the Caribbean coast and nearby ancient Maya cities.