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 … Read more
A Lifetime of Achievement Recognised With a Well-Deserved Award “The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to those who have dedicated their lives to grow and develop … Read more
Here Are 8 Green Ways To Experience Belize In 2022 Belize, the small hybrid of Central American and Caribbean cultures, hasn’t been on the map … Read more
Sailing Belize Just Got Even More Exciting With The New Magnificent Villas & Magical Islands Vacation Package I’m Throwing Away My Bucket List – This … Read more
Everyone’s heart is warmed up by something, be it cute puppies, or people in love, we all have something that upon seeing it fills us … Read more
The Lodge at Chaa Creek Hosts 2017 Scholarship Recipients Every year, as part of the “Chaa Creek Cares” program, which sees 10% of all room … Read more
Top Eco Lodge in Belize Wins at National Geographic’s World Legacy Awards 2017 Receiving this award has been a great honor to all of us here … Read more
National Geographic Nominates Belize’s Chaa Creek As Finalist For World Legacy Awards 2017 The World Legacy Awards (WLA) is a collaboration between the National Geographic … 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
US Presidential Post-Election Vacation in Belize Made Easy! Already have a case of election fever? Suffering from Ballot Box Blues? Feel a White House hangover … Read more
The New Ix Chel Luxury Villas at Belize’s Chaa Creek Setting New Standards in Eco-Luxe Travel Evolution: the gradual development of something Luxury: a state … Read more
Last day of camp. There’s always a feeling – of release, of relief, of ending, of starting over. Suddenly, going home doesn’t seem so fun … Read more
The morning started off cold and fresh, and as the campers awoke they pulled on sweaters and made their way up to the campfire. After … Read more
The sun was breaking out over the golden clouds as the camp stirred to life, and as the camper rose and trudged up to the … Read more
The sky was grey and swollen as the campers rose, and light droplets occasionally fell to blot the campers’ T-shirts. As we trudged up to … Read more
The campers awoke early, eager for a new day at Chaa Creek’s Belize Eco Kids Summer Camp. At six-thirty everyone was up and about, and by … Read more
We awoke early, when the morning was still cool and fresh and the sunlight had barely broken out from behind the trees. The campers crowded … 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
This time our Pack a Pound initiative saw the Chaa Creek team, consisting of our program coordinator Ms Denise Duran, Social Media Admin Jared Bradley and our Driver Allan Chan who is also one of our naturalist guides, make their way past Bullet Tree Falls, Cayo to the villages of Billy White and Duck Run 2.
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.
Have you ever tried a Drink Infusion at Chaa Creek? If not you’re certainly missing out! After a certain age the mention of the word … Read more
The eco-kids campers started the first full day of camp early Monday morning around the campfire singing traditional Belizean songs. Under the guidance of the resident expert eco-artist Miss Lilly Jones, each camper made their own “jungle journal” from recycled materials, which they will use to take personal notes on each day’s activities.
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!
The annual eco-kids summer camp gives 24 young Belizeans between the ages of 8 and 13 a chance to learn about their natural world through a mix of adventure, social interaction, and fun filled applied education – all aimed at instilling a sense of wonderment in the unique cultures that constitute Belize and the environment that sustains us all.