Category: About Belize

Belize Mennonites Spanish Lookout

Spanish Lookout Belize: Happy Anniversary!

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Updated 2 years ago
Time flies when you’re helping to build a nation... Was it only sixty years ago that a Mennonite community left Chihuahua, Mexico and moved to Belize? It was, and Belize is all the better for it.  Have you eaten any chicken, or cheese, eggs, honey, beans, melons or corn in Belize, or drank any milk? […]
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Belize Sister Reef Project Win Vacation

Help Belize Save The Reefs, And Maybe Win a Stay at Chaa Creek

Or any one of a number of other epic Belizean Experiences They say that doing good is its own reward And sometimes there’s a bonus... If you’re reading this, chances are you have some interest in Belize. And if you’re interested in Belize, you probably know that it’s home to a huge World-Heritage-listed barrier reef […]
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Thinking Globally, Acting Locally

Updated 2 years ago
are more than just words when Italy, Belize and Eco-Tourism join hands across the (green) planet What do Italy, a Caribbean regional organisation, Belize’s San Ignacio Town and The Lodge at Chaa Creek have in common? A desire to make the world a better, greener place, and working together on a project that will deliver […]
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Belize Maya years later still making news

Belize's Maya: Thousands Of Years Later, Still Making News!

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Updated 1 year ago
“It’s like déjà vu, all over again” -Yogi Berra A few years ago we covered a story about Maya artefacts from Belize going on a road show across the US of A, drawing and wowing large audiences wherever they went. Which doesn’t surprise because – call us biased – it’s a beautiful collection of striking […]
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Easter in Belize is popular

Easter In Belize: Why It Has Become So Popular Over The Years

Updated 2 years ago
And why you should start making plans to join Easter in Belize this year Winter’s beginning to ease its icy grip and we can almost feel the approach of Spring, with the long awaited arrival of warmer weather, birdsong, flowers, and... Easter! Easter is one of my favourite holidays in Belize, and I’m not alone […]
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A National Geographic Explorer Says Maya Discoveries In Belize "Blew Our Minds"

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A National Geographic Explorer Says Maya Discoveries In Belize "Blew Our Minds" and we say, Join the Club We had to chuckle while reading a new, interesting article in the New York Times. First, there was the fact that probably quadrillions of dollars were spent to discover something our grandparents and elderly locals have been […]
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Belize bans offshore oil drilling

Belize: Hold the Oil - We'll Have The Reef Instead, Thanks!

Updated 3 years ago
Belize: Hold the Oil - We'll Have The Reef Instead, Thanks! We all know that oil and water don’t mix, and nowhere does this simple saying sound sweeter than in environmentally friendly Belize, with the little country having just won huge worldwide praise for indefinitely suspending any oil drilling off its beautiful Caribbean coastline and […]
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Belize winter warmer sanctuary at chaa creek

Belize Declared A Warm Weather Sanctuary With Chaa Creek's "Winter Rescue" Vacations Providing Relief

Updated 3 years ago
Parts of the Northeast United States colder than Mars? Really? Really. According to a recent, rather chilly report from CNN. And while we enjoyed Matt Damon’s hijinks on the Red Planet, we must admit that the thought of having to constantly protect oneself against severe elements sends an icy chill up our spines. To be […]
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New direct flights from Toronto to Belize by Air Canada

The Canadians Are Coming: New Flights To Belize From Toronto!

Updated 3 years ago
New Flights From Canada To Belize Means More Canadians Are Coming! OK, we know that those clever Canadian travellers have been coming to Belize for years. In fact, time was when it seemed like most North Americans we’d meet in The Jewel were Canucks, backpackers for the most part, with the Maple Leaf proudly displayed […]
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Belize Sustainable Tourism: Stakeholders Join BTIA Cayo For First Clean-Up Campaign

Updated 3 years ago
BTIA Cayo Chapter Launches Its Belize Sustainable Tourism Clean-Up Campaign Along With Cayo Tourism Stakeholders A typical conversation with a Belizean about what they think makes Belize so great will eventually lead to the point being made that it's Mother Nature's best-kept secret and a haven for sustainable tourism. Further investigate why and you'll hear about […]
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