Try Thinking about Retiring or Making a Move to Belize If Things Are Getting You Down… There – Don’t You Feel Better Already? Give us … Read more
9 Reasons Why Winter In Belize Is The Most Enjoyable Of Them All! Everyone loves Belize, it’s not a matter of if but when – … Read more
Belize’s Finados and Folklore Legends The young nation of Belize has been made home by a diverse spectrum of people and cultures, all with their … Read more
Last week Saturday we were treated to a truly time transcending experience. A charming old man who is affectionately known as “Papa Du” visited The … Read more
Belize Cave Tubing – What You Need To Know (2022 Update) Belize is believed to be home to over 900 Maya sites in total over … Read more
Belize Weather (By Month In 2022) Look: The weather in Belize is generally warm; our near-the-equator setting pretty much guarantees sunlight and blue skies throughout … Read more
The Best Reasons to Visit Belize In December For many, December is a time synonymous with family, a time to share in the company you … Read more
The Best Time To Visit Belize (2022 Update) Depends On What You Are Looking For Mother nature’s best kept secret see’s a surprising number of … Read more
Worthy Belize TV Appearances Being a small, relatively inconspicuous nation as far as media goes usually means that Belize sightings on tv are very few, … Read more
Belize is often called a “melting pot” of cultures, but this may be a bit of a misnomer. Belize culture is far better described as an … Read more
7 Underrated Belize Destinations In No Particular Order There’s a small army of activities to participate in when you’re in Belize, some of our other … Read more
Here are 6 Belize Animals You Must See Belize is famous for wildlife adventures. You can walk through the vast jungles and intense habitat that … Read more
The Top Things To Do & See In Belize (2022 Update) Belize is frequently called “Mother Nature’s best kept secret”, and for good reason. Being the … Read more
The term Is Belize Safe is searched almost 2,000 times on a monthly basis, proving that travelers to Belize take their safety very seriously. With … Read more
Your go-to reference list for Belize Withdrawal For those of you who more than just “miss” it here. If you’ve been to Belize, chances are, … Read more
Your guide to Belize City, Central America! Belize City is the old capital of the jewel and also the financial and industrial hub of Belize. … Read more
If you are wondering what reasons are there for Visiting Belize then continue reading… Now that we’ve helped you figure out where Belize is, we’re … Read more
Where is Belize Complete With Map & Geography Breakdown (2022 Update) As any Belizean National will exasperatedly tell you; online forums, random strangers, everyone likes … Read more
Moving to Belize – Here’s What You Need To Know (2022 Update) You are probably thinking to yourself, “Why should I move to Belize?” to … Read more
Every year on the Friday morning of the Sovereigns day weekend (March 7th in lieu of the 9th this year) both amateur and professional teams of rowers from Belize and elsewhere gather to participate in the “La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge”. This four day endurance canoe race is the only of its sort in this region and pits the teams of three against the rigours and surprises of navigating the Macal and Belize rivers.
With all these options it might become easy to get careless and throw caution to the wind because, why not, this guy over here said there’s a bunch of ways to get around in Belize anyway, so why not be spontaneous? So for those of you looking to just dive in here’s a few Dos and Don’ts for travelling in Mother nature’s best kept secret.
The Garinagu – The Culture Capital of Belize! Belize is considered a “melting pot of cultures”. People of different skin tones, different languages, and people … Read more
Conch Meat – An Irresistible Staple in Belize Recipes! Conch season in Belize officially opened in the first week of October and goes through until June 30th, 2023, … Read more
September is one of our favourite months in Belize, and, with the country halfway through the always-exuberant September independence celebrations, having observed St George’s Caye Day on the tenth, partied at Carnival on the 12th, and getting ready for the big nationwide Independence Day celebrations on September 21st, now’s a good time catch our breath and reflect upon all those things that make September in Belize so special.
As with Chaa Creek’s Belize Natural History Centre, Chaa Creek Cares and our other projects, the Belize Zoo shows that true eco-tourism contributes to society and the environment while giving visitors the chance to reconnect with the nature. We all believe that the more people become familiar with the natural world, the more they’ll come to appreciate and protect it.