Posts made in April, 2013

Fishing In the Placencia Area

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in Food, Things To Do, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Fishing In the Placencia Area

If you love fishing, but don’t get to go often enough, lucky for you, a great day of fishing can be had on a day outing while staying at the Belize Tree Top Villa.  Here we have compiled a preview of a casual fishing outing in the Maya Beach / Placencia area.  Of course if you’re looking to take a sport fishing holiday to catch the “grand slam” that includes Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit, we’ll detail that in a separate upcoming blog post. The Fish Just off the coast and on a day trip in the region, there are snapper, barracuda, snook, and jack fish, to be...

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It’s Whale Shark Season in Placencia Belize

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in Things To Do, Uncategorized | 0 comments

It’s Whale Shark Season in Placencia Belize

Each year the gentle giant of the sea, the whale shark, makes their way to Belize. The whale shark, is the largest fish in the world, and if you’re lucky you may get the once in a lifetime to dive or snorkel amongst them. According to DestinationsBelize.com, “whale sharks aggregate to feed on jack and snapper spawn during the full moons in April and May at Gladden Spit off the Placencia coast.  Four to six days after these full moons is the best time for a chance to interact with whale sharks at Gladden Spit.” Upcoming full moons are: April 25th and May 25th. by...

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Planning an extended stay in Placencia Belize

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in Uncategorized, Vacation Planning | 0 comments

Planning an extended stay in Placencia Belize

If you’re like most, a couple days after returning from vacation, it already feels like it was weeks ago, it went by so quickly.  Perhaps you’re retired, or maybe your work is flexible, and you are looking for a change of scenery for a few weeks or a few months, Placencia Belize is the place to go. With the following tips, from the operators of BelizeTreeTopVilla.com, you will know all you need to, to stay as a local. Extending your stay On entry, as a US citizen, you get a free visitor permit valid for 30 days. If you want to stay for longer,“this permit can be renewed for up to...

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