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Thursday, November 30, 2006
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Elizabeth Rising and her families Belize Vacation in 2006
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Video Slideshow from Elizabeth Downey and Reed on Vacation in Belize
Elizabeth Downey and Reed took these great pictures in Belize as they visited Turneffe Island for 3 days of Scuba Diving before heading inland to the Belize Jungle Dome for 4 Nights to Explore the Caves, Kayak and enjoy the Jungle environment.
Many Thanks to Elizabeth and Reed for these images.
Friday, November 17, 2006
Belize Helicopter Tours - Custom Helicopter Trips
New Tour in Belize - Helicpoter Rides
Custom Tours of Belize including visits to the Tropical Islands, Reef, Waterfalls and Belize City
Bell 206 B3 Jet Ranger is a 5 place helicopter (4 passengers) with an average cruise speed of 100 mph, range of 330 miles and an endurance of 3 hours and 15 minutes. Charter rate is $ 950.00 USD/hr + tax.
Bell 206 L Long Ranger is a 7 place helicopter (6 passengers) with an average cruise speed of 110 mph, range of 330 miles and an endurance of 3 hours. The charter rate is $ 1,450.00 USD/hr + tax.
Popular Helicopter Tours :
Blue Hole Tour
Travel from Belize City to Turneffe Islands, then to the Blue Hole, Half Moon Caye and Long Caye, back to Turneffe Islands then back to the city. $1,567.50 USD (taxes included). Price is for the helicopter (up to 4 passengers).
Victoria Peak and Waterfalls
Travel from Belize City to 1000 ft Falls, then via the Pine Ridge Rivers and Valleys to Victoria Peak, then via the Mayan Mountains back to the city. $1,881.00 USD (taxes included). Price is for the helicopter (up to 4 passengers).
Ambergris Caye Transfer
Travel from Belize City to Northern Drowned Caye (manatee reserve) then to St Georges Caye, Caye Chapel, Caye Caulker, then over fly San Pedro, head north on the reef to explore Ambergris Caye, stop at San Pedro. $1,567.50 USD (taxes included). Price is for the helicopter (up to 4 passengers).For more information email us at email@example.com or call Belize (501) 822 2124
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Monday, November 13, 2006
La Ruta Maya Canoe Race in Belize
The tenth annual La Ruta Maya River Challenge -- the longest canoe race in Central America - will take to the river from March 8th - 11th, 2007
Beginning in the scenic foothills of the Maya Mountains and finishing in the bustling port city of Belize City, the race will travel from West to East along the historic river trail of the Macal and Belize Rivers. Once the only link between the two coasts, these tributaries served as a major trading route for Belize's once powerful Mayan civilization. Today, the La Ruta Maya River trail still follows in the footsteps of its legendary past with a route of lush, unspoiled landscapes lined with exotic flora and fauna.
In addition to being hailed as Belize's most competitive sporting event, La Ruta Maya River Challenge is also one of the country's largest collaborative conservation efforts. Held in the spirit of preservation and revitalization of Belize's precious waterways, the La Ruta Maya will donate all proceeds to local environmental groups that help sustain and keep the river clean.
La Ruta Maya Canoe race passes by the front door of the Belize Jungle Dome and makes camp for the first stopover night on the river Bank next to the Lodge. Availability for a 3 Night minimum stay is still available to view the spectacular start of the second days racing. Contact Belize Jungle Dome on 501 (Belize country code) 822 2124 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the race, please contact race headquarters at 501-824-2444, or contact the Belize Tourism Board at 501-223-1913, www.travelbelize.org.
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Saturday, November 11, 2006
Belize Horseback Riding - Instruction and Information Video on our Tours
Friday, November 10, 2006
Belize Guest Comments from Jim Heslin and Andrea Dixon, Houston, Texas, USA
I don’t know where to start! This has honestly been the best vacation we have ever had! Our adventure began with David picking us up from the airport for a quick trip to the zoo. The zoo was perfect and gave us an idea of what lives in this beautiful country. After arriving at the Dome later that afternoon we hit the pool and relaxed until dinner. I did my research on Belize online and through a couple of tour books, none of which did justice to what you actually see or experience.
All of the meals were beyond this world & are comparable to what you would find in quality restaurants. We await a cookbook!
Aside from the family-like atmosphere and pure beauty of the Dome, the outings during the day really let you see the area. Each outing requires a drive, but along the way you see the little villages and the people who make up the area.
Jim and I planned our own adventures that started with the Blackhole drop. This trip isn’t for those that don’t have a bit of nerve. The hike there is a definite workout, but you’re able to do it at your own pace, drink lots of water!! At the site of the repel be sure to pay close attention to the guides. Your safety is the most important thing, and trust what they say, you’ll experience something that can not be put into words!
The next day we went through the ATM cave with Gonzo. WOW, WOW, WOW!!!! This is an absolute treat. Gonzo acted as a personal history professor, his knowledge is first-hand and enjoyable to listen to. I couldn’t get enough of the stories. Each evening following these two trips we both where exhausted and starving, the pool & the meals and a few Belikins were the remedy.
Our other two trips were kayaking and cave tubing. Kayaking was a blast, but a little quicker due to the river being so high. Cave tubing with Carlos was the most relaxing of our adventures and one that I highly recommend. There’s nothing like sitting in a tire and letting a crystal clear river whisk you through beautiful lime stone caves.
We can’t wait to come back! Many more thanks!
Belize Jungle Horseback Riding
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Belize Scuba Diving Video
Belize Guest Comments from Denise Purcell and Neil
What can we say. You define HOSPITALITY!
We've done tons of traveling over the years but have never enjoyed staying anywhere before. We're usually on the move and use the hotel / lodge as a place to sleep before setting off for the day.
This is the first time we've looked forward to returning at the end of the day. We leave with mixed feelings because we will miss all of you (Belize Jungle Dome).
We didn't meet the owners and the staff, we shared a special place in the world with family. The country is a beautiful one, that goes without saying. But of all the things and places we have seen and done, what we will remember most is you.
Good luck and good life
Denise Purcell and Neil - September 2006
Belize Guest Comments from Barbara Greives and Kim Lucier, Yakima, Washington, USA
This has been an experience of a lifetime!
Words will never be able to describe just how much fun we've had these past few days. It's been an amazing vacation for both Mom and I. We're both sorry we have to say farewell tomorrow. We truly don't want to leave.
Andy, Simone and the entire staff have gone out of their way to make sure we've stayed comfortable - and the hospitality has gone beyond amazing. The food is delectable - yummy!
Barbara Greives and Kim Lucier - November 2006 (Yakima, Washington, USA).
Barbara and Kim booked the Belize 7 Night Reefs and Ruins Package with Green Dragon Adventure Travel.Email us for more information at email@example.com
Belize Guest Comments from Barbara Greives and Kim Lucier, Yakima, Washington, USA
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Saturday, November 04, 2006
Tips for Travel to Belize
If you are considering a trip to Belize, especially to the interior of the Jungle we suggest bringing the following items for your travel :
And definitely bring a sense of Adventure......it's like no other vacation. For more on our packages visit here : Belize Packages
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