Archive - September 2020

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Little Harvest Caye: Private Island Escape
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Life in the slow lane
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Best hike in Southern Belize- Antelope Falls in Bocawina National Park
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New Offerings in Placencia for Kids
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Storm Prep underway in Placencia

Little Harvest Caye: Private Island Escape

Barely more than a stone’s throw from Placencia Pointe, Little Harvest Caye gives visitors both the exclusivity of a private island retreat AND the easy opportunity to mix in with village life and explore mainland Belize. 5 luxury cottages surround a small courtyard on one side and face unobstructed sea views on the other side.

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Life in the slow lane

A down right sedate September is coming to a close. This month typically would have been filled with celebrations and parades and dancing in the streets

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Best hike in Southern Belize- Antelope Falls in Bocawina National Park

About an hour drive from Placencia Village, off the Southern Highway past Hopkins, is Mayflower Bocawina National Park.  Many visitors come to the park on adventure tours for Zip Lining or Waterfall Rappelling (remember I wrote about the rappelling here?) but if you’re looking for a nearly free, self-guided day trip I recommend one of the beautiful hikes here.  Don’t be afraid to get a little hot and dirty.  Pay the park fee ($10 bzd for foreign guests, $2 for local visitors), bring a picnic lunch and extra…

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New Offerings in Placencia for Kids

Placencia is paradise for young kids. Placid, tepid, clear water surround a pint-sized hamlet that is easily navigated on foot or by bicycle. Now there are 3 fresh and exciting offerings in the village

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Storm Prep underway in Placencia

Hurricane season in the Caribbean runs June through November but things really seem to get hot in August and September. The vast majority of times though, Belize seems to be blessed! We’re almost always spared foul weather

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