Chaa Creek’s nature reserve offers a wide range of exciting, educational, and healthy activities for adventurers of all ages and abilities.
The 400-acre private reserve hosts miles of well maintained trails for horseback riding and hiking. Our cadre of licensed naturalist guides share their local expertise of Belize's diverse natural history including the fascinating Maya civilization which once thrived in this area.
Canoe trips down the 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. Exquisite pampering complimented by stunning views of the Macal River Valley is always available at Chaa Creek's full-service Hilltop Spa.
Delectable meals are prepared utilizing freshly harvested organic produce from our Maya organic farm and home-baked breads and pastries from our in-house bakery.
For those seeking a true Belizean experience with a range of options for both adventure and relaxation along with award-winning Green practices, Chaa Creek is the recognized destination of choice.
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 over 350 species of resident and migratory birds, Chaa Creek's private nature reserve features some of the best birds of 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.
Our experienced and knowledgeable naturalist guides will take you through trails populated by Ocelots, Howler Monkeys, Tarantulas, Patoos, Jaguarundis and many more intriguing rainforest residents.