Okay, seriously this had me at hello….
Dear Travel Inspired Readers,
I love all things that happen to involve green travel and I appreciate the efforts from those who support sustainable tourism. So when a colleague mentioned to me the other day that his daughter decided on a honeymoon in Belize — I was thrilled that they chose a lovely destination rich in culture and Green Globe certified! I wonder what accommodations in Belize would best cater to a romantic vacation? In my search for answers I discovered this image and the wanderlust took over. Welcome to The Lodge at Chaa Creek!
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Any advice for those traveling to Belize now?
- See. Walk the on-site Rainforest Medicine Trail and see the wealth of the edible and medicinal plants of Belize.
- Paddle. Canoe down the Macal River to visit the farmers market in San Ignacio and then stay for lunch. Excursions last two to three hours.
- Ride. Saddle up at the Chaa Creek Stables for a guided ride through the nature reserve. The four-mile rides pass ancient Mayan ruins and subtropical forest, and most depart early in the morning.
- Play. Go tubing through a natural cave system of crystal stalactites, stalagmites and ancient Maya artifacts.
- Explore. Follow la Ruta Maya into Guatemala on an escorted day trip to the Tikal, perhaps the most splendid of all Mayan archaeological sites.
Hummingbird Highway — If you want to see scenic Belize, take a drive on the Hummingbird Highway. Enjoy gorgeous green rolling panoramas as you pass through the majestic Maya Mountains. If you’re looking for picturesque views of some of Belize’s best vegetation and terrain, this is the way to go. Belize Independence Day is September 21. Watch flags being raised and carnivals and music celebrating Belize’s independence. Enjoy great dancing, enticing food, and of course, the crowning of Miss San Pedro.
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