The Lodge at Chaa Creek

The Lodge at Chaa Creek
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Address
P.O. Box 53, San Ignacio
Cayo District
Belize
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Reviewed by Steve Jermanok

Home to the longest barrier reef in the western hemisphere, Belize has long been popular with scuba divers who head to the island of Ambergris Cay to float among the manta rays, turtles, dolphins, and sharks. As of late, however, travelers are heading inland to hike in a rainforest full of parrots and butterflies, visit rarely seen Mayan ruins, and canoe along the Macal River. This is where you'll find a 365-acre nature preserve in the Cayo district called Chaa Creek.

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Price Points
$151-250
Room Types
Cottage
Recreation & Amenities
Birding,Canoeing,Cultural Activities,Hiking,Horseback Riding,Kids' Club,Sightseeing,Spa and Massage,Wildlife/Nature Programs
Eco-cred
Eco-star
Gateway Town
Closest Airport
Welcome to Chaa creek, as a private 365-acre nature reserve set along the banks of the Macal River in the foothills of the Maya Mountains, Chaa Creek has provided a unique rainforest experience for thousands of people while maintaining an unspoiled ambience. Chaa Creek Inland Expeditions caters to the traveler looking for both physical and intellectual challenges, and our range of programs and activities have been designed to stimulate interest in the environment, culture and archaeology of Belize. Guests are able to interact with nature in an environment of tranquility and peace.

Expert Review of The Lodge at Chaa Creek

Family Review of The Lodge at Chaa Creek

By Away Travel Expert : Candyce H. Stapen
Family Expert Favorite
Family Expert Rating 5.0 out of 5
Recommended for:
Children aged 6 - 12 and 13 - 17

The Spread:
Located in Belize's inland Cayo District, the eco-friendly Lodge at Chaa Creek, is part of a private 365–acre nature reserve in the hills above the Macal River, about 20 minutes from the town of San Ignacio. Whether staying in one of the 23 thatched–roof cottages or one of the ten peaked–roof casitas (bungalows) at the facility's Macal River Camp, you wake up to the sounds of the rainforest: the not–too–distant

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