Super Palm Resort

Mile 46.5 Western Highway, Belmopan, Cayo, Belize | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Mile 46.5 Western Highway, Belmopan, is near Caves Branch Adventure Co. & Jungle Lodge.
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    Travel Blogs from Belmopan

    Journal entry on Belize

    A travel blog entry by latin-america on Nov 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... at my guide book. It said that Belize has a small fishing industry which is progressing to become a larger industry. Even though this industry could be a very successful one, the Belizeans are careful not to over fish, and gave placed laws to ensure that. These fisheries are used for both subsistence and commercial purposes. I also decided to read a little about forestry. It turns out that Belize is trying ...

    Butts up!

    A travel blog entry by justamanda on Mar 23, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... 7, got some of the stuff organized (which was a bit of a gong show, since some of the people hadn’t unpacked their bags, or brought anything down yet), but we finished around 8:30, had a drink, and we are now all in our own rooms for the evening. Tomorrow, we are headed back to CET (which is a technical college) to do professional development sessions for the teachers from both schools, the Ministry of Education, and some extra teachers from Belize ...

    Feliz Belize

    A travel blog entry by purcy on Jan 14, 2014

    4 photos

    ... an alarm. Next thing I know, Luis is knocking on my door asking for Miss Sofia as the bus is waiting downstairs. I put on the nearest clothes, my fleece and grabbed my rain jacket before running downstairs and being greeted by blazing sunshine. Fleece was a mistake, I actually needed suncream.

    Lamani is accessed by river and so we spent an hor spotting wildlife on the way there. Baby crocodiles were eveywhere, including a tiny baby on a branch who ...

    Tulum and Caye Caulker

    A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... reserve where we could swim with sharks and stingrays. Everyone was a bit cautious at first but i jumped in and gave the thumbs up and everyone followed. It was pretty nerve wracking for a bit but they were harmless. We went trawling for a while but didn't get anything so we pulled up and went swimming again while looking for the big shells that you could eat the meat out of. We found a few of them then i found a massive crab down a hole with huge claws. I ...

    Maya Caves and Sites

    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 02, 2013

    52 photos

    ... of stones with evidence of fires (burnt wood and smoke-blackened ceiling). F, our guide, thought it one of the best Maya caves he’d ever seen (better than ATM which pleased us as we’d decided ATM was too commercial and busy) and thanked us for finding it and asking to come. He took a load of pictures and said he wanted to put it on HVI’s regular itinerary. He started talking commercials to W (e.g. website, email address, an advertised telephone ...