Luxury Sailing Package
This one-of-a-kind package is perfect for newlyweds in search of an unforgettable honeymoon experience. Embark on your new journey together by spending three nights aboard your own private sailing yacht and four nights in pure luxury at Chabil Mar Resort in Placencia, Belize.
You’ll spend your first night at Chabil Mar in your Honeymoon Suite, where you can unpack and unwind before setting sail for three nights aboard a private 42-foot catamaran with professional Captain, Crew, and Certified Belize Tour Guide.
Designed to satisfy personal tastes and desires, each charter sail includes visits to small island communities, beautiful secluded anchorages and great sailing throughout Belize’s spectacular reef and cayes. You will be catered to with full service on your private yacht.
Upon return from your cruise, you’ll arrive back in Placencia for three nights at Chabil Mar and your Honeymoon Suite. From here you can explore thriving rainforests, Mayan archeological sites, and uncrowded beaches.
Honeymoon Adventure & Island Sailing Package includes:
- Domestic Roundtrip Flights – Belize City/Placencia and Transfers from Placencia Airport to The Resort
- 1 Night – Arrival at Chabil Mar (Savor our traditional welcome of a cool tropical drink and scented towel, a vase of flowers, Belizean chocolate, and robes)
Includes – dinner for two on the pier. Complimentary Bottle of Champagne. Breakfast in bed service the following morning.
- 3 Nights – Aboard Your Own Private Sailing Yacht Includes – All Meals, appetizers, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages, Belizean Certified Guide will accompany you on the charter, Snorkeling and Use of All Recreational Equipment.
- 3 Nights – Return to Chabil Mar- Includes breakfast in bed each morning, couples massage (on the pier – weather permitting), one-day tour of your choice to either: Monkey River, Cockscomb Jaguar Reserve or Nim Li Punit/Lubaantun Mayan Ruins. Relax on the beach under the palm trees or at the infinity pools.
- Complimentary use of kayaks and bicycles; shop and tour the Village of Placencia at your leisure. One dinner on the pier on the evening of your choice and one lunch.
Package from: $6411 (Not available January 1-8 and April 16-30, 2011)
We are located in Placencia, Belize, Central America, offering full-service travel planning, sailing charters, and customized packages.
Dubai is a beautiful sunny place with the wonderful sea and almost every day is the good summer day means guaranteed good weather for fishing and cruising tours and Our company is pleased to offer you the Luxury Yacht Trips Dubai for rent, cruising and deep-sea fishing Dubai tours on very special prices.
Length Of Yacht 55 Feet. 3 Bedrooms- A/C lounge with salon area, 2 toilets, fully equipped kitchen, Satellite LCD TV,
Music systems, Front sun deck, lower deck & flybridge sitting area
Max 18 Guest + 1 Captain + 1 crew
- • Professional skipper and crew on board
- • Refreshments served with our compliments- Assorted Soft drinks, Tea and Coffee.
- • The Charter is fully insured.
- • Complete fishing equipment, fishfinder, and navigation system
- • Pick up and drop off by A/C van on an additional cost.
ITINERARY AND PRICES
Get board on our exclusive charter beginning from Dubai marina yacht club and revolve around the Jumeirah coastline to the contemporary iconic developments of Dubai. The all-suites marina mall, Jumeirah beach residence. Atlantis hotel the palm island, Burj Al Arab hotel icon of Dubai and World Island as well. Our price starting From 999 per hour.
Culture and History
Early Maya Civilizations
Research shows that Maya civilizations were the first to inhabit Belize during the following time periods: Pre-Classic (1000 BC to 300 AD), Classic (300 to 900 AD) and Post-Classic (1000 to 1500 AD) eras. During the Pre-Classic and Classic periods, between 1 and 2 million Mayas lived within the borders of present-day Belize. By the year 1000AD, this once-great civilization began to fade, however, some Maya cultural centers continued to prosper until the Spanish arrived in the 1500s. Traces of the mystical Maya society can still be found in the majestic ruins, scattered throughout Belize’s countryside.
The Spanish arrived first, during the time of Christopher Columbus, followed by the British settlers in the early 1600s. The rest of the 1600s and into the 1700s were marked by conflict between the Spanish and British over the rights to the rich and tropical lands of Belize. In 1798, the British defeated Spain in the Battle of St. George’s Caye, a victory that is still celebrated every September 10th, because it cleared the way for the British settlers to inhabit the country. In 1862, the area now known as Belize gained British colonial status and become known as British Honduras. In 1964, Belize won self-government from the British and in 1973, the country’s name was changed from British Honduras to Belize. The country officially became a fully independent nation on September 21, 1981.
Current Government of Belize
The current government of Belize is a parliamentary democracy, and part of the commonwealth of England. The government consists of three parts. The first part is the executive branch, which consists of the queen of England, the head of state; her representative called the governor-general, as well as the prime minister and his cabinet. The second branch, the National Assembly, consists of 31 members in the House of Representatives and 12 members in the Senate. Finally, the independent judiciary branch includes local magistrates, the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals.
Cultures of Belize
The 294,385 people that live in Belize are a spectacular blend of backgrounds, forming a cultural melting pot that is uniquely Belizean. This ethnically diverse society is known for its warmth and hospitality. The primary language is English, followed by Creole and Spanish; with the languages of the Garifuna, Maya, and Mennonite spoken in smaller communities. In addition to the backgrounds listed below, people from countries such as Lebanon, China, and Eastern India have also made an impact on the Belizean culture.
Main cultures of Belize:
- Mestizo: Roughly 48 percent of the Belizean population is Mestizo or a mixture of the Spanish and Maya cultures. Many people of this heritage migrated from Mexico in the mid 1800′s, to flee La Guerra de Castas or the Caste Wars. Mestizos are found everywhere in Belize, but most make their homes in either the northern regions of Corozal and Orange walk, or in the western district of Cayo.
- Creoles: Creoles make-up 30 percent of the population in Belize. They are the descendants of early British settlers and African slaves, who came to the region in the early 1800s. Two-thirds of the Creole population resides in Belize City.
- Garifuna: People of Garifuna decent makeup about 6.6 percent of Belize’s population. With their own language and culture, the Garifuna are the decedents of African slaves, Carib tribes and Arawak Indians. This group dominates the southern towns of Punta Gorda and Dangriga, as well as the villages of Seine Bight, Hopkins, Georgetown, and Barranco.
- Mennonites: The Mennonites began arriving in Belize in 1958 from Canada, Chihuahua, and Mexico. They reside in the Orange Walk and Cayo Districts, in six main communities: Blue Creek, Shipyard, Little Belize, Progresso, Spanish Lookout, and Barton Creek. Easily identified by their apparel, the women in bonnets and long dresses and the men wearing denim overalls and hats, the Mennonites have made it a point to have their own school, church and financial institution in their community.
- East Indians: People from Eastern India first began to arrive in Belize after 1838, and now makeup about 2 percent of the population. Originally coming to the country as indentured servants, many Eastern Indians stayed to work on the sugar plantations. People of this decent are now spread across Belize in many villages, as well as the larger towns in the Corozal and Toledo districts.
- Chinese and Taiwanese: In an attempt to escape the Japanese invasion of China just before World War II, many Chinese immigrated to Belize. Currently, there are around 6,000 people of Chinese descent living in the country. More recently, an economic citizenship program was offered by the Belizean government, so many people of Taiwanese descent have also immigrated to Belize to establish businesses.
- Middle Eastern: People of Middle Eastern descent make-up a small group of Belizeans. Arriving in the late 19th century, these groups have a strong presence as merchants in towns and cities throughout Belize.