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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on December 7, 2012

Kitchen palapa upgrade and expansion

Every November, in preparation for the coming season, Cully and crew haul boat loads of materials and equipment out to the island for the annual build-a-thon. This is when they perform annual maintenance, repair storm damage to buildings, and expand on or add to the ever-growing menagerie of structures that comprise the Adventure Island eco resort. This year’s renovations included a major ov

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 26, 2011

Breakfast at Chaa Creek, Belize

Mick and Lucy Fleming bought the farm that became Chaa Creek the same year that my partner Cully started Slickrock Adventures: 1977. Their original 140 acre farm eventually grew to 365 acres and into Belize’s first and foremost environmentally active eco-resort. It’s hard to figure out how to describe this amazing place and what to include: their absolutely stunning Belize lodging options with

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 23, 2011

Crystal Paradise Resort, Belize

Yesterday I flew to Belize for my Belize Tourism Board tour of hotels in Belize. I arrived one day early to visit Crystal Paradise Resort, our new Cayo eco-lodge. We will be staying there for two of our Belize packages next season… our Belize Adventure Week trip and our Mayan Odyssey tour. Crystal Paradise was built by the Tut family. They own 21 acres outside of a small village called Cristo Re

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on May 12, 2011

Our Belize eco-lodge: solar and wind powered

Our belize vacation packages are only powered by the sun and wind. Slickrock has built an alternative energy system for use on Long Caye as part of our ecologically sensitive policy in developing our facilities. Our ‘rustic’ approach to building our cabins and creating our water and disposal systems are designed to have the least amount of impact to the island’s pristine nature, and our ener

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