Belmopan, Belize, November 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Caves Branch Jungle and Adventure Lodge in Belize, Central America, is launching its second Cheese Making contest for anyone who would love a chance to learn how to successfully make cheese or considering small-scale commercial cheese production. The winner along with a family member or friend, will get to enjoy the prize of a Cheese Making Adventure Package which includes:
• Complimentary drinks upon arrival
• 5 nights’ accommodations in one of our Jungle Bungalows
• All meals from Dinner on day of arrival to Breakfast on the day of departure
• Half day Caves Branch inner tubing through the river caves of Belize
• Full use of caves Branch facilities, hot tub, swimming pools and personalized walking tours through the 15 acre botanical and orchid gardens
Cheese Making Adventures… 3 and one half full days of cheese making workshop instruction, hands on cheese making, all required literature, materials and equipment with instruction by Larry and Linda Faillace, master cheese makers from Three Shepherds Farm in Warren, Vermont. Students will personally make a minimum of six different cheeses during the workshop.
To enter, contestants are required to go to the “WIN!” tab on the Ian Anderson Caves Branch Jungle Lodge Facebook page and submit a picture of your favorite cheese with a description saying why it is your favorite cheese. Once the entry is submitted, they can ask friends and loved ones to vote for their picture. Ian Anderson Caves Branch Jungle Lodge will review the top 3 submissions with the most votes and choose a winner.
The contest will run from November 15th, 2013 to December 16th, 2013 and everyone is welcomed to participate.
About Caves Branch Jungle Lodge: Ian Anderson’s Cave Branch Adventure Company and Jungle Lodge (www.cavesbranch.com) is located on a sprawling 50,000 acres of privately owned land. They started out in 1995 with just two rooms, an outhouse, and no water or electricity. They now specialize in adventures within the Mayan world that are geared towards a more diverse group of travelers, such as those who want to experience birding, eco tours, cave tours and horseback riding. The development over the years includes a restaurant, botanical gardens, swimming pool, and a small-scale cheese making facility. This Belize jungle lodge now has something for everyone who enjoys nature-oriented vacations.