The Lodge at Chaa Creek; a touch of nature and a taste of the past and present

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Part of the natural beauty of Belize is its lush and green rainforest which is abundant in flora and fauna. But there is more to just the verdant rainforest, Belize also offers an uncommon but sacred trip into the past, with a scope into the new world. There is a secret little place, nestled in the heart of Belize’s unspoiled rainforest. From the moment you step foot on it, it magically but also naturally transfers your mind into the secrets of the past – the Lodge at Chaa Creek.

Chaa Creek’s 365 acre private reserve, offers you a truly unforgettable rainforest experience with the opportunity to have an encounter with remains of the past Mayan civilization. Miles upon miles of forested trail will eventually lead to a Natural History Centre, Butterfly Farm and Rainforest Medicine Trail, an Organic Maya Farm, a full service Spa, new eco-friendly swimming pool, and a fully equipped Conference Centre. Chaa Creek also offer various other experiences such bird watching, mountain biking, horseback riding and canoeing in the Macal River. Not too far away is one of Belize pristine Mayan temples, Xunantunich, which adds to the natural beauty and attractions at Chaa Creek.

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