Belize’s own Gallon Jug Coffee is 100% shade grown organic Arabica cotura. The plantation located in the Orange Walk District was carefully planned in order to preserve the forest canopy which provides shade for the coffee and nesting sites for birds. Trees with nitrogen fixing properties were kept in order to […]

A new article in Popular Archaeology Magazine discusses areas of the El Pilar Maya site located only a few miles from the Maya Spring Estates community. Archaeologist Anabel Ford, who has led investigations and research at El Pilar for many years, described the discovery of highly unusual construction work hidden […]

The Travel Channel series Booze Traveler explores Belize’s best local drinks including Maya Chocolate Wine! Episode airs on Monday February 16th at 10PM Eastern. See Booze Taveler website more details or viewing schedule. <iframe width=”560″ height=”343″ src=”″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>

National Geographic just published an article on the recently explored Maya remains and the Cara Blanca pools in Belize. It is thought that the Maya people made sacrifices to water god during times of drought. The ancient civilization believed caves and cenotes were entrances to the underworld. See the full […]