Explore Belize's beautiful nature and culture with one of the first eco-resorts. Set along the banks of the Macal River and stretching towards the foothills of the Maya Mountains, Chaa Creek continues to provide unique adventure travel experiences for thousands of visitors looking for an in-depth yet civilized Belizean vacation, with a focus on Belize’s ecology, natural history, River and vibrant multicultural society.
Where: Belize is a diverse Central American country that sits along the coast of the Caribbean Sea with Mexico and Guatemala bordering the nation. The Chaa Creek's location is the "Heartland of the Maya" on the banks of the Macal River and Maya foothills.
Fact: Locals call the nation “the Jewel” thanks to its rich historical Mayan ruins filled with tales and treasures of the past, and exotic jungle wildlife.
Language: English is Belize’s official language, but Creole is spoken by most residents.
Foodie: Enjoy farm to jungle-table dining at the Mariposa Restaurant - the Chaa Creek restaurant combines modern and 'old fashioned' cooking techniques with a wide variety of fresh local produce to create innovative and original, mouthwatering meals. Chaa Creek grows most of the produce at their organic Maya farm and anything that they cannot grow is ‘hand-picked’ from local producers...This guarantees fresh products, the taste of our surroundings, and at the same time support the small farmers in the region.
Activities/Attractions: Hiking, Safari Tours, Butterfly Farm Tours, Canoeing, Horseback Riding, Tubing, Night Tours, Open Hands-on Culinary, Spa, Swimming Pool, Natural History Center, Mayan Ruins, Cave Exploration, Ziplining, San Ignacio Market.