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Beautiful Views of the Cayo District

Check out this video that highlights the panoramic and beautiful views of the Cayo District: You see similiar stunning views from your accommodation at Cahal Pech Village Resort. In fact, the entire resort overlooks the gorgeous verdant Belize River Valley.

The Pristine Mopan River in Belize

Photo credit: Brian Ernst The Mopan River is one of the best rivers to take a swim, go canoeing, or inner tubing in western Belize. It originates in Guatemala and merges with the Macal River in Branch Mouth (which is approximately 20 minutes away from San Ignacio Town) to form the Belize River. Not far […]

Victoria Peak – An Enchanting Natural Monument in Belize

Victoria Peak can be found within the verdant Maya Mountains of Belize and is the second highest mountain in the country. It is situated in the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to a vast array of flora and fauna. Here is a little history on Victoria Peak: The History of Victoria Peak Natural […]

Belize’s Gateway to Amazing Adventures

Perched on top of the ancient hills of Cahal Pech Maya site is Cahal Pech Village Resort, one of the largest hotels in the Cayo District. The resort is comprised of 23 comfortable palm thatched cabanas, 14 standard rooms, 5 spacious suites, 9 deluxe suites, 3 fresh water swimming pools, a gourmet restaurant, a fully […]

The Best Instagram Photos on Belize

In today’s Information Age almost anyone who travels to Belize for vacation brings a camera or mobile device to snap photos. If you visit www.instagram.com and search for #Belize, you will find over 100,000 stunning photos on Belize that have been published from people all over the world. The photos range from the beautiful Caribbean […]

It’s Not Just About the View at Cahal Pech Village Resort

Belize is a relatively flat country…the highest man made structure is the Mayan main temple at the Caracol site. The highest peak in Belize is called Doyle’s Delight and soars to just over 3500 feet. Much of Belize’s population lives at or around sea level – our largest city, Belize City is just a few […]

25 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Belize

1. It’s the only English speaking country in Central America: Belize was occupied by the British, making it unique among its neighbors. 2. It was the center of the Mundo Maya: The Mayan once occupied Belize, as evidenced by the dozen or more protected archeological sites. Practically every buried mound you spot is a piece […]

3 Adventures Not to Be Missed in Belize

As the plane sets course toward the mainland, I spy the blue Caribbean below. The water is so crystal-clear that I can see the rocks and sand along the seabed. Belize’s little commuter airplanes are the best way to appreciate the diversity of this small Caribbean country. From the air you appreciate the beauty — […]

The Beauty of Belize

White sand beaches, untouched coral reefs, ancient Mayan civilizations and impressive marine life – Belize has it all. Divers and snorkelers will find an abundance of marine life at Glover’s Atoll, a protected reef system and the southernmost and smallest of Belize’s 3 atolls. Divers frequently encounter dolphins, turtles, sharks and manta rays there. Catch […]

10 Things to Do in Belize in 2015

Here are ten things to do in Belize in 2015: Dive the Great Blue Hole of Belize The world famous Blue Hole is an incomparable natural wonder in Belize. It is located at the center of Lighthouse Reef and measures 1000 feet across and 412 feet deep. Giant stalactites, dripstone sheets and columns, and fascinating […]