Our Belize Jungle Resort is the ideal place to relax in beautiful, tranquil surroundings, however, guests are encouraged to take part in a wide range of daily activities including hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding along miles of well-maintained trails.
Guests interact with nature while exploring the river, Maya temple sites, and through other on-site activities such as canoeing, swimming, bird watching, and guided tours of the Natural History Centre, Butterfly Farm, Rainforest Medicine Trail.
The Chaa Creek Natural History Centre, situated at the top of the hill behind the cottages, takes students and visitors along a fascinating time line, which begins with prehistoric land formation through to the shifting of the continents.
With 308 species of resident and migratory birds, theChaa Creek Nature Reserve offers some of the best bird watching in Belize.
Guided and self-guided tours wind gently above the bank of the Macal River past medicinal plants and introduce visitors to many of the plants and herbs used in traditional Maya medicine.
Paddle and explore on your own or relax and enjoy the wonders of nature with a professional naturalist guide.
Interested in exploring exciting adventure tours? Chaa Creek maintains a stable of well-groomed riding horses that are suited for all levels of riding experience.
The trail system was designed to provide enjoyable cycling for riders of all experience levels. The designated routes will provide an exciting opportunity for beginners and adventurous thrills for the seasoned biker.
Your Macal River Tubing adventure begins with a short scenic drive from Chaa Creek to duPlooys where a tour of the Botanical Gardens will educate you on the diverse cornucopia of Belize’s rich botanical world.