The Belize Macal River Camp at Chaa Creek
The choice for TRAVELING BELIZE ON A BUDGET AND getTING closer to nature.
Some of the Earth's greatest landscapes are only discoverable by those who dare to explore and lose sight of the shore.
We live in such a fast-paced world today where we seem to be working more hours and managing more tasks both at work and home, with no giving in. Living in the technological age, we are connected 24/7, and we find it difficult to disconnect. This has changed the way we live and work.
The result? expectations are higher and we’re struggling to keep up.
We have been conditioned by the demands of society to maximize every second of the day by doing something. Some people see relaxing as unproductive, and even selfish if we’re taking time for ourselves. But in this busy world, you're not the only one that benefits from time out; your boss, colleagues, friends, and family also reap the benefits when you’re rested and refreshed.
That's why, The Macal River Camp has been designed for outdoors people who enjoy immersing in nature without the noise and distraction of civilisation. And you'll discover things here that you simply can't experience anywhere else like being awaken from a comfortable sleep by howler monkeys, spotting exotic nocturnal animals like kinkajous, owls and ocelots, horseback riding, canoeing the route of the Mayas on the Macal river, and more.
The Macal River Camp sits on Chaa Creek's 400-acre private nature reserve in western Belize, a small but beautiful Central American and Caribbean nation. The country is known for its impressive Mayan archaeological history, natural resources and attractions such as the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere, the great blue hole, and diverse cultural ethnicities.