Romantic Getaways // Romantic Destinations Yes, you are my favourite! Isn’t that something we all want to state at least once? To meet and connect … Read more
Father’s Day A father gives love in hugs, pats on the back, and high fives (remember those). It’s not always laced with mom’s loving words … Read more
From Pickup at Belize’s International Airport Until Being Dropped Off, You Can Relax – You’re In Belize’s Most Experienced, Trusted Hands We don’t know who … Read more
We’ve been checking the news, and I waited for a certain item to appear before I broke it to my family: “We’re going back to … Read more
Canoeing a lazy tropical river before returning back to a tranquil Belize jungle lodge for exquisite pampering has now been thoroughly tested. It works! Last … Read more
Chaa Creek announces 2020 Color Belize Art Competition Winners We want to thank all the young and budding artists who participated in Chaa Creek’s Color … Read more
As travel moves ever closer to reopening, people are beginning to dream about their dream vacations. And with health and safety still a priority for … Read more
Belize All Inclusive Connected Vacations Regular readers would be familiar with our promises that some new – dare we say exciting – things are on … Read more
Five Tips For Retirees To Make The Most Of Belize’s Shoulder Season “Shoulder Season is the period between the high and low seasons of a … Read more
More Visitors From More Places: European and British Tourists Are Flocking to Belize In Greater Numbers It’s no secret that the majority of Belize’s visitors … Read more
Sustainable Travel in Belize Saving The Planet One Vacation At A Time Imagine a visiting a travel destination that offers amazing geographical diversity, an incredible range … Read more
Love Blooms in Belize Q: We’re celebrating our one-year anniversary as a couple in April, and I wanted to surprise with something special. We’re on … Read more
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 … Read more
With a discount that will warm the cockles of your heart First of all, let’s be clear – we like snow. It looks lovely drifting … Read more
Thanksgiving is a time honored tradition where we spend the day doing just that, giving thanks. While at first glance the hum and drum of … Read more
Belize Mayan Chocolate Cool Facts & History! It’s odd to imagine a world without the existence of chocolate. Ponder upon it – if you have … Read more
Discover the fascinating Cultures of Belize with this All Inclusive Vacation Join an in-depth, hands-on exploration of Belize’s vibrant cultures while enjoying a casually luxurious … Read more
New training by a star chef Edward Mendoza will transport Belize Food at Chaa Creek to a “whole new level” We’ve just received word that The … Read more
The Belize government is planning to build a new international airport at Ambergris Caye while improving La Isla Bonita’s infrastructure. Prime Minister Dean Barrow said that the government will “redevelop, redesign and expand” the Basil Jones airstrip into a new international airport. The upgrade of the airstrip to an international airport is part of an on-going development that is making travel to, from and within Belize easier for Belize’s ever-growing legion of global fans. Whether from North America, Europe, the UK, Asia or anywhere on the planet, travellers can now spend more time enjoying Belize’s many charms and less time getting to and from them.
The Consulate of Belize in Florida has joined forces with the Office of Special Envoy Belize to support children’s health by hosting a “See & Taste Belize” Festival to be held in Miami October 10th 2015. T he festival will raise money for Belize’s first, and much needed, Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Planning a vacation to a new country can be a daunting task. Where do you begin? Where to start researching? Who do I contact first? It’s easy to get overwhelmed in the beginning, especially when you are not a frequent traveler. Here we have listed some of the most important things you need to know when arranging for your Belize vacation to make the preparation much easier and stress free.
The journey of knowledge continued on Thursday at the Eco-Kids Camp as the campers learned about land conservation. After breakfast and arts and crafts, when the kids constructed their own wallets made of reused cardboard and recycled tape, they were summoned to the Chaa Creek Maya Organic Farm for a tour with big boss himself Mr. Mick!
Today the campers went for a guided tour of the Ixchel Medicine Trail here at Chaa Creek with some of our naturalist experts. Before the tour started, the naturalists gave a short presentation and show and tell on the importance of medicinal plants, how to use them, and how they help make medicine today.
For arts and crafts time today, the campers focused on the definition of the three R’s of conservation: reduce, reuse, and recycle. With used bed cloth and recycled plastic bottles, they learned that they were reducing the number of bottle huggers and bags that people buy, as they made their own packs to carry water bottles and other small trinkets they may want! More importantly though, they had fun designing their own articles of fashion with their team mates and counselors.
Upon arrival at the camp grounds the Eco-Kids were assigned to both their cabins and their teams for the week. The Tapirs, Toucans, Jaguars, and last but not least, the Howler Monkeys. Then they were all assembled in the dining area to design their team flags with paint and markers. Most of the campers were ecstatic when they learned that their hand and footprints were eligible to go on their team flags!