The MSN article revealed that photos cannot reveal the experience of what it’s actually like to explore the depths of ATM (Actun Tunichil Muknal) Cave in Belize. One of the few ancient Maya sites to have been found completely intact, ATM Cave has a uniquely spooky atmosphere, perhaps because the deepest part of the labyrinth is littered with the remains of human sacrifices.
Hiking is the wrong verb to describe the pleasure of discovering a vast pristine world in Belize’s jungles and rainforests. As extolled in the MSN article, Belize is home to vibrant forests teeming with clouds of butterflies and alive with the sound of more than 400 species of birds. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, you make your way into a clearing and behold the majesty of Central America’s tallest waterfall. And for experienced riders, horseback riding through one of Belize’s many pristine nature reserves is a true privilege.
Anyone who has visited Belize would not have been surprised to read in the MSN article that biking came in at number four on their list. Using gorgeous photos of the unique murals found in Placencia, a popular eco-tourism village on the Caribbean coast in southeastern Belize, the MSN article described how bicycles are popular modes of transportation in Placencia and islands like Caye Caulker.
“We’re proud of our beaches and gorgeous offshore islands, but it’s great that MSN highlighted many of the amazing things to do and see in and around Placencia,” said Larry France, marketing manager of Chabil Mar. “We love working with guests to craft the perfect vacation blend of beach and adventure activities like the ones mentioned in the MSN article.”
Chabil Mar is a multiple award-winning and perennial TravelAdvisor favorite resort on the golden shores of the Placencia Peninsula in Belize just a few minutes’ walk from Placencia Village. Chabil Mar is happily located close to all of the top tours on the mainland as well as the scuba diving and snorkeling paradise of the Belize Barrier Reef.