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5 Weird Facts about Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

5 Weird Facts about Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave The ATM Cave is not only one of the most visited caves in Belize but also one of the weirdest caves in Maya cosmology. In this blog post, we examine 5 weird facts about the ATM Cave. 1.) The ATM Cave was used as a sacred place […]

Go Cave Tubing in Belize

Belize Cave Tubing Tours and Excursion Vacationing can be serious business. You tap out your funds. Wrangle suitcases. Juggle your business schedule. And maybe you wrangle a few kids through customs, too! Forget the arduous planning and journey fast by settling into a carefree Belize resort like Cahal Pech to unwind, grab a cocktail and […]

Top 25 Things to Do in Belize

Things to do in Belize Will you soon be traveling to Belize? There are many wonderful things you can see and do when you get there, and 25 of them are listed below. 1. Maya City of Caracol The largest site in Belize at over 30 square miles is still growing due to new discoveries. […]

Book your Belize Excursions with Cahal Pech Tours

Cahal Pech Village Resort, the award-winning hotel and restaurant located in San Ignacio, has announced the launch of Cahal Pech Tours, a sister company dedicated to offering organized tours and ground transportation for visitors to Belize. Cahal Pech Village Resort and Cahal Pech Tours are both located in San Ignacio, the eco-tourism capital of Belize and gateway […]

5 Must-See Mayan Ruins In San Ignacio Belize

Situated in western Belize, San Ignacio is a popular vacation destination that offers visitors much to explore and enjoy. From its pristine rivers, cascading waterfalls and incredible exotic wildlife to its ancient Mayan ruins and ceremonial caves, you will find that there is something for everyone to enjoy in this area. One of the most […]

Actun Tunichil Muknal

Ranked the number one sacred cave site in the world by National Geographic Society in 2012, Actun Tunichil Muknal, whose English translation means Cave of the Stone Sepulcher, is one of the premier tourist destinations in Belize. During the last 15 years, the site has been featured in numerous, world-class television documentaries and magazines like […]

The Rainforest of Belize

Nearly half of Belize’s mainland is covered by rainforest, a highly dense ecosystem that serves as the “lungs” of the planet. Much of Belize’s rainforest is under government protection in the form of a national park, animal sanctuary, or wilderness area. The rainforest is home to an astounding diversity of plants, animals, and birds, allowing […]

El Pilar, a Great Maya Site to Visit in Belize

The ancient Maya ruins of El Pilar are some of the most magnificent in the country. Spread out across 120 acres (48 hectares), El Pilar lies just east of the border with Guatemala, situated some seven miles (12 km) north of San Ignacio. The original name of El Pilar is unknown and the current name […]

5 Incredible Images of Xunantunich Maya Ruins in San Ignacio Belize

Xunantunich in Maya means “Stone Woman” or “Maiden of the Rock” and is an impressive and magnificent archaeological site that is located outside San Ignacio in the Cayo District of Belize. About Xunantunich Maya Ruins The ruins of Xunantunich (the “Xu” is pronounced like “shoe”) is one of Belize’s most popular Maya sites. Located about […]

10 Incredible Photos of Caracol Maya Ruins in Belize

Caracol is the largest known Maya Ruin in Belize The largest Maya city ever excavated in Belize, Caracol is a huge site that features majestic temples that modern visitors can climb to enjoy a spectacular view of the surrounding Chiquibul forest reserve. Still an active archeological site, Caracol has revealed many of its treasures but […]