One of the things I’ve always enjoyed about living in Belize is how small the country is. If I so choose, I can be on the Caribbean Shores for the Sunrise, experience a cascading waterfall at noon, zip lining through the canopies by mid-afternoon, and back on the island just in time to enjoy the […]
Recent finds at Xunantunich Maya Ruin reveals interesting stories of a snake dynasty. Among the many artifacts found was the skeletal remains of a man.
My journey starts with an early morning flight from San Pedro to Belize City. In the city, I was greeted by our guide for the first leg of the journey, who takes us for a light breakfast, some chit chat about what we would be doing, and then our adventure commences. This was my very […]
Here at Grand Caribe Belize, we are always looking for more options to offer to our highly treasured guests. We look for quality activities, by professional guides on top-notch vessels to assure that our guests always have an experience that they will want to rave about to their friends and family members; where memories of […]
Tropic Air was gracious enough to invite us to experience the Blue Hole by air. This is an adventure we were all too eager to experience. The Great Blue Hole is one of the main reasons that thrill seekers, and divers flock to Belize from all walks of the world. Inscribed a World Heritage Site […]
Ambergris Caye has loads of amazing underwater adventures to be had. However, one that is quickly becoming my favorite of these would have to be Mexico Rocks as a Snuba Adventure. Roannie, the Island Contact for SNUBA stopped by our office and offered to provide us with a relatively new experience being offered here on the […]
Adrenaline Junkie: a person with a compulsive desire for excitement and adventure!!! That pretty much sums up my personality… I’ve jumped out of a plane at 3000 feet, been to (160ft) in the blue hole – pushing the limits….. wrestled crocodiles (with supervision of-course)… and the list goes on. As such, I guess it came […]
There’s something about being out on the water that just seems to put you in a good mood. There’s a reason for this. Studies show that the varying moods of a person are largely affected by a body chemical called serotonin. The saltiness of the sea air is composed of charged ions that help in […]