Category: About Belize

Belize Cooking Cajun Central America

Me Oh My Oh, Just Like The Bayou – Is Belize’s Cuisine The Cajun Cooking of Latin America?

The Uk’s Telegraph seems to think so... First, full disclosure – we happen to think the Great State of Louisiana has more culture in its little finger than many other […]

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Belize Can Carry Tune Over The World Music 2019

More Than Just A Pretty Face, Belize Can Carry A Tune – All Around The World

As the highpoint of Music Month In Belize approaches, we want to share some very exciting news that was just released. We also feel it’s only fair to say a […]

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Belize Maya Team Wins Pok-A-Tok Ball Game

An Ancient Maya Ballgame Is Being Revived Across The Mundo Maya – And Belize Rules It!

CONGRATULATIONS BELIZE’S EK’ BALAM! It’s with no small amount of pride and joy that we congratulate Belize’s Ek’ Balam, aka the Black Jaguars in Mayan, on bringing the Third annual […]

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belize triple size protected marine area 2019

Things Just Keep Better For Belize’s Environment, Wildlife, And Future

April 2019 is set to be a big month for the environment as Belize triples the size of protected areas inside its Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, begins banning single use plastic […]

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chaa creek and belize considered top 2019 travel destinations by travel writers

Both The Lodge at Chaa Creek And Belize Are 2019’s “Hot Destinations” According To Travel Writers

It’s no secret that Belize and The Lodge at Chaa Creek have both been steadily growing in popularity. It didn’t happen overnight, but it sure did happen. Evolving from a […]

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Belize bans offshore oil drilling

A Belize Anniversary Celebrated Across – And For – The Planet

If you were fortunate enough to be on Ambergris Caye on December 15, you couldn’t help but notice a large group of Belizeans gathered together and holding hands to form […]

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happy garifuna settlement day belize 2018

HAPPY GARIFUNA SETTLEMENT DAY

Buidula Hafeduhani Haweyuri Garinagu! Once again, all of us at Chaa Creek wish our Garifuna brothers and sisters throughout Belize, and in the many Garinagu communities spread throughout the world, […]

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belize international film festival 2018

Move Over Sundance, There’s a New Film Fest Kid in Town

The 2018 Annual Belize International Film Festival will be rolling from November 8 – 11 this year, showcasing an eclectic assortment of films, highlighting a vibrant arts scene, and proving […]

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belize mennonites local cultures highlighted in new york times

Once Again, Belize’s Colorful Local Cultures Make International News!

Belize's Mennonites - Once Again, Belize’s Colorful Local Cultures Make International News! Our regular readers may wonder why, not being New Yorkers, we often quote the New York Times. Well, […]

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belize Independence Day celebrations 2018

Countdown To Belize’s Independence Day – And The Celebrations Are Underway!

Countdown To Belize’s Independence Day Thirty-Seven years may not seem like a long time, but for Belize and her many friends around the world, it represents a lifetime of Independence. […]

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