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Romantic Jungle Lodge
The Lodge at Chaa Creek, a thatched-roof boutique lodge, is nestled within a 365 acre nature reserve.
Ultimate Mayan Excursion
Venture on 4-wheelers deep into the Chiquibul forest to the ancient Mayan site of Caracol.
Experiencing Rainforest & Mt. Pine Ridge
The Jewel of British Honduras
Belize has an eclectic mash-up of cultures ranging from Kriol, Maya, Garifuna, Mestizo and Mennonites. Previously called British Honduras, the country is affectionately referred to by the locals as "the Jewel."
An Amalgamation of Flavors
Belizean cuisine consists of a variety of tropical staples derived from the cultures of the Kriols, Garifuna, and ancient Maya people. Daily staples include Fry Jacks, tortillas, plantains, fresh seafood, beans, rices, hot sauces and coconuts.
Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary
The world's only jaguar preserve, the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is surrounded by the scenic Maya Mountains and Vitoria's Peak. Within its 120,000-acres, one can see other rare animals, such as margays, pumas, deer, and howler monkeys.
The Footprints of the Maya
The ancient Mayan ruins of Belize are historical pre-Columbian arcaelogical sites dating as far back as 2000 BCE. The most important site of all is Caracol, found within the Peten rainforest. Also explore Xunantunich, Lamanai, Cahal Pech and more.