The first half tourism figures are in, and Belize’s phenomenal tourism growth is showing no signs of slowing down. No, you’re not reading last year’s post. Or the year’s before. Or the year’s before that. Or…you get the point. And … Read more
Veni, Vidi, Vici I came, I saw, I conquered – Julius Caesar Veni, Vidi, Et Purgari I came, I saw, I cleaned – Brion Young and the Chaa Creek River Keepers And then there’s another old saying, popular in various … Read more
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 a human sign that read, “BZE SAID NO” What did … Read more
Christmas came early for some deserving families and individuals, thanks to St Andrews School and The Lodge at Chaa Creek Christmas – don’t you love it? The decorations and colourful lights, the happy expectations of children looking forward to waking … Read more
Belize is currently creating one of Central America’s largest biological corridors …to provide safe, unhindered movement for some of the world’s most beautiful wildlife. Just after posting news about the Belize government’s recent moves to phase out the use of … Read more
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 … Read more
Are you looking for a unique vacation spot this year – a place that offers you plenty of opportunities for R&R while also giving you the chance to appreciate Mother Earth? You’re not alone. Ecotourism is becoming more popular, as it allows travelers to enjoy a pristine area of the world while fostering a respect for other cultures and for the environment. For many of these travelers, the country of Belize tops the list of places to visit.