Belize Eco Kids Summer Camp

Belize Eco Kids Summer Camp

Chaa Creek Summer Camp,  July 19th - 26th, 2015


Looking for a special event for  your 8-13 year old this summer?

Chaa Creek is offering a week long summer camp scholarship program for Belize's resident school children in order to educate them about biodiversity, natural resource conservation, the ancient Maya, traditional healing, and the three "R's" Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

The program aims to instill memorable values that will have an impact on the way children conduct their lives, their relationship with our fragile Earth and the sustainable development of our future.

Some of our guided educational activities include: Hiking to ancient Maya sites where we will perform archaeological excavations, Horseback Riding through Jungle Trails while studying the medicinal flora within our 365-acre private reserve, Song writing and talent show sessions, Hands-on sustainable organic farming techniques, and Supervised water activities.

  • The Summer Camp is a 7 Nights/8 Days all-inclusive scholarship. 
  • The Children's Summer Camp Scholarship Program includes lodging at the Macal River Camp, all meals plus snacks three times a day, daily scheduling of educational events, arts & craft materials and t-shirt, Camp Counselors 24/7, and guided tours with our licensed naturalist guides.
  • To participate, Belizean children must write a 300-word essay in proper English on why YOU want to be an ECO KID!
  • All essays must be received by June 1st, 2015 and will be judged on creative subject content, structure and grammar.
  • Winners will be announced on June 15th, 2015 
  • Twenty-four children will be selected via a lotto draw in two winning categories Eco greenies (8-10 years) and Eco saplings (11-13 years).

For more details, please email or call Lea at ma[at]chaacreek[dot]com or +501-824-2037. 

our staff

Theodoso Juarez, Camp Supervisor

They say we live in Paradise But!!! They have not yet visited Here!!! Great Time! Beautiful.
- Kathy & Gerhard Lipp
Bermuda