Belize just got ranked among Google’s most searched honeymoon spots over the past year.
“This info is gold if you want to really know what the local hotspots are,” said Google spokesperson Joyce Hau. Beauty by Belize and Luxury by Design, Chabil Mar, the guest exclusive resort of Placencia, Belize, is the ultimate escape for love birds in Belize.
Chabil Mar delights couples in love with their unique honeymoon vacation packages that feature snorkeling in the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere, guided nature tour of Monkey River, excursions to ancient Maya temple sites, beach combing in Belize’s most exquisite beaches and much, much more. Previous honeymooners who vacationed at Chabil Mar in Placencia, Belize had this to say: “We spent the second half of our Belize honeymoon at Chabil Mar. It was absolutely wonderful… The service during our entire stay was exceptional. We had our last meal on the dock which was absolutely beautiful, and the lobster was delicious. Our breakfasts every morning were delicious. Most nights we borrowed the bikes and rode into town for dinner.”
So whether you are getting married, renewing your vows or going on your honeymoon, Belize is the perfect place to do it. View your all-inclusive options or build your own adventure honeymoon in Belize, by contacting us at Chabil Mar.
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Fodor’s – the largest publisher of English Language travel and tourism information in the world published last week on their website 5 top reasons why travelers should visit Belize. The article was written by Fodor’s Guest Blogger Brian Major who insists to travel to Belize as soon as possible before the crowds arrive.
Beach bumming is one of the top five reasons to visit Belize!
“Just off of Belize’s Caribbean coast is an archipelago of sunny islands (known as cayes), featuring myriad natural wonders and a series of charming beach towns, all easily reached via the well-run local carrier, Tropic Air. Placencia (in southern Belize) has few docks or developments, allowing for miles of uninterrupted beach, and just a few cozy boutique hotels,” writes Brian.
For the adventure seekers, the Fodor’s Guest Blogger recommends cave exploration and river tubing at Caves Branch in Cayo where they can rappel into caverns and float along an underground river on inner tubes.
He also urges adventure travelers to check out Shipstern Wildlife Reserve in Corozal, Antelope Falls in Mayflower Bacawina National Park and Cerros Caye in Corozal Bay for panoramic views of the Caribbean.
And yes diving is one of the reasons to visit Belize!
We all know that Belize has the second largest barrier reef on the planet and offers world class diving.
“The Hol Chan Marine Reserve off San Pedro features more than 160 species of fish and nearly 40 types of coral, plus nurse sharks and stingrays. Try the South Water Caye Marine Reserve, accessible from Dangriga, or hit up the Splash Dive Center in Placencia, for whale shark diving excursions near Gladden Spit, plus day and overnight trips to the Great Blue Hole submarine sinkhole, ranked among the world’s 10 best dive sites by Jacques Cousteau” writes Brian.
To read the other two reasons, please click here http://www.fodors.com/news/5-reasons-to-visit-belize-now-7369.html
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What’s it like in Placencia? Where is the Peninsula? Where is the Village located?
Living in Placencia, Belize: Paradise Found
FROM SUZAN HASKINS AND DAN PRESCHER and International living – Excerpts
Just where is Placencia? It’s about a three-and-a-half hour drive south of Belize City. Placencia town lies at the tip of a 16-mile long narrow strip of land known as the Placencia Peninsula. The peninsula, only a half-mile wide at its widest point, offers Caribbean beachfront to the east and a protected lagoon on the western side where manatees are often seen. Everything here is close to the water, and all along the paradisiacal peninsula on either side you’ll find restaurants, hotels and small resorts, individual homes, and all those new residential communities. Here are some fast facts about the Placencia Peninsula. There are basically three villages on the peninsula: tiny Maya Beach (more an “area” than a town), the Garifuna settlement of Seine Bight, and Placencia town. Only a few thousand people live on the peninsula, centered around these three small villages, the largest of which is Placencia town with about 1,000 residents.
On a fun note, that road we talked about earlier… it dead ends at the southern tip of the peninsula in Placencia town, which itself offers another north/south transportation artery — the Placencia Sidewalk. It’s 4,071 feet long and 4 feet wide, and according to the Guinness Book of World Records, it’s the narrowest main street in the world. Read the entire article here!
Travel writer Shanon Kaiser has written an article entitled “ Five Common Myths About Belize Busted” for the Huffington Post, the popular American online news aggregator and blog. In the article she describes Belize as a diverse culture with a deep Caribbean influence and debunks 5 myths about Belize. “It wasn’t long ago that no one knew of Belize. No one knew that the best diving in the world was here, and no one knew how easy and affordable it was to get to, and to stay in. No one knew how nice the locals were, and no one knew they all spoke English. Shatter all your beliefs as we dive deeper in the topic of Belize by debunking five myths about Belize,” she writes.
You can read the full article here: “Five Common Myths About Belize Busted“.