Posted by Slickrock Adventures on October 28, 2013
Things To Do In Belize: Eco-resorts
We’ve been taking North Americans on amazing adventure vacations in Belize for 30 years. We know this country and the things to do in Belize. This is the first installment of a series detailing some of our favorite places that we recommend to our friends and guests when they want to explore what Belize has to offer prior to, or following, their Adventure Island trip with us. Things to do in
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on April 3, 2013
How do you a lure a monkey out of the Belize rain forest?
Kat Tancock, travel writer for the Globe and Mail of Toronto, recently visited the Community Baboon Sanctuary in Bermudian Landing, a short 45-min drive from the airport in Belize City. She writes a great review of the place, and if you are visiting Belize and looking for fun and easy things to do, this one can’t be beat.
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on April 2, 2013
Beautiful Belize – 5 weeks in 20 minutes
If you’re thinking of booking a trip to our island but also wondering what else there is to do before or after your time with us, here’s a very watchable video on YouTube posted by Brit DJ Dave Raven who visited the country back in 2009. He edited his five-day tour down to 20 minutes. It covers Caye Caulker, San Ignacio and Bullet Tree Falls, Mayan Temples, Belize City, Punta Gorda an
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on October 25, 2012
Clarissa Falls Cottages, a low-cost alternative
Belize budget lodging can be hit and miss. Clarissa Falls is a fantastic alternative to the more expensive places in the Cayo area of Belize. Situated along the banks of the Mopan River, and just 5-1/2 miles west of San Ignacio, Clarissa Falls is very convenient and tours can be arranged for you with local operators. From here you can also go swimming, tubing or canoeing on the river, take nature
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on January 12, 2012
Belizean jade masterpieces featured at Museum of Belize
Of the many fun and interesting things to do in Belize, either before or after one of our tours, perhaps the most accessible is a visit to the Museum of Belize. Located at Gabourel and Hutson streets, the Museum of Belize is a beautiful, old brick building that was built as a colonial prison in the 1800’s, and operated as a prison until 1993; one cell has been restored. Originally built to hol
Posted by Slickrock Adventures on January 20, 2011
Will I get bored out on the island for a week?
I get this question a lot and I have a standard answer: at the end of the week you will probably fall to the sand and grab me around the ankles and beg to stay. This is the best island you have EVER seen. NO TIME is enough time on Long Caye. Ask Steever Price, who is joining us this season for his 14th trip! Rich Lawson hasn’t missed a winter on the island since his first trip in April of 2006!