Your Belize Summer Vacation – Start the Planning!
Summer’s (almost) here and the time is right for planning for Belize.
(With apologies to Martha “Summer’s here and the time is right for dancing in the streets” and the Vandellas)
The days are getting longer, the nights shorter and, degree by almost imperceptible degree, temperatures are getting warmer. All of which adds up to:
Time to start planning a Belizean Summer vacation!
Getting into the planning swing of things right now makes perfect sense. For one thing, it takes one’s mind off the slushy cold weather and waiting for March’s lion to mellow out and finally become a lamb.
Secondly, it gives time to pull together ideas and start creating a summer vacation that satisfies everyone.
And, if you’re planning on going some place as diverse and full of things to do and see as Belize, planning now will help avoid the “activity overload” syndrome that affects some unprepared visitors.
Yes, some newly arrived visitors to Belize have been known to become overwhelmed by the sheer volume of things to do and places to do them in, and this common, but fortunately very treatable condition can be overcome by enlisting the help of local professionals.
The Lodge at Chaa Creek, for example, provides free consultation to help guests craft the perfect Belizean summer vacation, or, better yet, they offer all-inclusive Belize vacation packages that include everything needed for a complete Belize holiday for one affordable set price.
With categories such as family, adventure, couples and more, the range of all-inclusive holiday packages cater to a wide variety of interests, and all within an atmosphere of casual luxury that has become synonymous with Chaa Creek.
He likes horseback riding and she has a passion for birding? Covered. Canoe trips down a tranquil jungle river and still some time to relax in a hammock? No problem. The family wants to explore stunning Maya temples while mom likes a luxurious spa treatment during her holiday? Easy.
With 365 acres of private nature reserve at your fingertips, and amenities such an infinity pool, a fine dining restaurant featuring organic farm-fresh ingredients, a working butterfly farm, the fascinating Belize Natural History Museum, stables, mountain bikes, a fleet of canoes, the Gayot’s Guide recommended Hilltop Spa and much more, as well as a famously friendly staff and highly experienced licensed naturalist guides on site, boredom is simply not an option.
Chaa Creek also organises tours to Belize’s Maya temples, ancient cities and archaeological sites such as Xunantunich, Caracol, Cahal Pech, the fascinating Maya ceremonial caves, and the sprawling mysterious ancient city of Tikal in neighbouring Guatemala.
And for those travellers wishing to experience the best of both worlds – Belize’s pristine inland attractions and the sparkling Caribbean coast, cayes and the world’s second largest barrier reef, Chaa Creek’s Rainforest to Reef packages are an exciting option.
With a network of colleagues and participating partner resorts, Chaa Creek can offer seamless, hassle-free and surprisingly affordable surf and turf vacation combinations that allow travellers to blend an inland adventure with a postcard-perfect Caribbean vacation in one easy holiday. With accommodation, all meals, activities, transfers, even taxes and staff gratuities included, its no wonder that all-inclusive Belize vacation packages have become so popular.
There are as many reasons to choose Belize as the perfect summer holiday destination as there are things to do and see in this fascinating, friendly little country. And by starting to plan now, you’ll be assured of getting the most out of what promises to be the summer vacation of a lifetime.
A good place to start is a visit to the Chaa Creek website and Belize Travel Blog, where you can find information on everything from Belize’s most popular Maya archaeology sites to the monthly weather.
With friendly vacation planners (Chaa Creek even has a team of “Adventure Romance” specialists for honeymooners and couples looking for an exciting romantic interlude) and knowledgeable guides on hand to help, you’ll find that planning a Belize summer vacation is the next best thing to actually being there.