Chaa Creek’s 400-acre nature reserve is an adventure in itself and offers a range of exciting, educational and healthy activities for adventurers of all ages and abilities.
We also offer carefully designed tours that open up the fascinating world of Belize, from inland Mayan archaeological treasures to the stunning Barrier Reef, beautiful cayes and coastal resorts and villages.
Chaa Creek Nature Reserve’s miles of lush, well maintained trails are perfect for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking, and our licensed guides are here to help you explore Belize’s natural history including the fascinating Maya civilisation, which once thrived in this area.
Canoe trips down the beautiful Macal River are a relaxing way to travel through the jungle, and with our Natural History Centre, Butterfly Farm, Rainforest Medicine Trail and numerous activities, your days at Chaa Creek are wonderfully full.
We also offer carefully crafted Belize Tours, including popular Rainforest to Reef surf and turf packages which offer exceptional value for money and a hassle free way to experience Belize from the inland borders to the coast and cayes.
Explore ancient Belize Mayan Ruins in the jungle in the morning, and be relaxing on a picture perfect Caribbean beach that afternoon.
Whether within our reserve or enjoying a tour or adventure vacation package, you can also rest assured that you are contributing to the sustainability of Belize’s natural resources and unique culture.
Chaa Creek was known as an eco resort before the term became popular, and we continue to promote green tourism through our own efforts and public initiatives. Check with our front desk for specific Go Green activities you and your family can become involved with.
Whether you’re looking for challenging adventures or quiet relaxation among the sights and sounds of the beautiful Belizean rainforest, we are dedicating to working with you to ensure that your Belize vacation is everything you hope for.
We love Belize – let us show you why, and be prepared for one of the most rewarding experiences imaginable.
Actun Tunichil Muknal is one of the most impressive and artefact-rich Maya ceremonial caves ever found, containing rare bloodletting altars used in sacrifices by Maya royalty and over 1400 catalogued artefacts as well as sacrificial human remains.
Xunantunich Mayan Ruins or Maiden of the Rock is situated on the Western Highway across the river from the village of San Jose Succotz. This major ceremonial center can be reached by ferry daily and it is only 1.5 Kilometer (one mile) from some lovely rapids of the Mopan River.
Today, Tikal Guatemala is an UNESCO world heritage area and national park, with 222 sq mi (576 sq km) area of unspoiled natural beauty and home to many exotic animals, including tapir, jaguar, crocodile, cougars, monkeys, coati mundi and other species as well as a colourful assortment of birds.