It’s 2018, And Belize Continues To Grow In Popularity

2018 and Belize continues to grow in popularity

While proving that success can go hand-in-hand with sustainability Maybe it’s not exactly going from zero to hero, but having watched Belize evolve from barely known British Honduras to one of the world’s more trendy travel destinations has been a … Read more

Belize – 8 things that just won’t happen here!

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People travel to make memories, experience things, grow, or relax. Regardless of where you go things are bound to happen, but here in Belize, we can assure you that these 8 things just won’t!

Belize Tourism 2014: A Very Good Year!

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 According to Belize Tourism figures, 2014 was “A Very Good Year!” “It Was a Very Good Year…” That Frank Sinatra classic makes a perfect theme song for Belizean tourism. The data is in and, as expected, 2014 was as record breaking … Read more

Belize’s Chaa Creek Nominated For A Travvy Award

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Belize’s Chaa Creek is very happy to be nominated for a Travvy Award, presented by travAlliancemedia, the travel industry media company and publishers of the industry’s major magazines and websites.

Did more people or less people come to Belize this year?

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This is good news, and The Belize Tourism Board released the information in much the same way it was received by tourism industry stakeholders – with big smiles across the faces. We are growing as an overnight tourism destination, attracting the sort of people who stay longer, spend more money, and get to know Belize and Belizeans better.

Casual Luxury and Rustic-luxe are Today’s New Travel Trends

Ms Fleming started The Lodge at Chaa Creek with her husband Mick after farming what was then a remote parcel of land on the Macal River in Western Belize prior to the country’s independence from Great Britain in September, 1981.

8 Pictures of Belize that makes you want to Vacation here!

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Belize is a sanctuary for birds because of its extensive protected forests, varied wetland habitat and strategic location on a major migratory route. Over 587 birds have been recorded in the country, of these approximately 20% are migrants from North America.