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Cahal Pech Village Resort Launches Vision Quest to Xibalba Tour

San Ignacio, Belize, September 29th 2014 Larry Waight Reporting: Cahal Pech Village Resort, one of the largest hotels in San Ignacio Belize has just launched an intrepid cave tour called “Vision Quest to Xibalba.” According to Peter Tonti, Chief Executive Officer of the resort, the Vision Quest to Xibalba is a special tour to the […]

5 Free Things To Do in Belize

By Marina Kuperman Central America Travel Expert As you might already know, Belize is a tiny Central American country located right next to Guatemala. It is a cute, sunny place where the touristic industry hasn’t made a full invasion yet. This is a fun place where you can still walk along the streets of most […]

Photo of the day: Stunning Sunrise in Belize

Today’s photo of the day is a stunning sunrise in Belize. Photo by Gaby Silva

“HuffPo” Praises Caye Caulker

The travel section of The Huffington Post website has ranked Caye Caulker as one of the top 10 most luxurious islands in the world. “We’ve never had such a good excuse to ditch the real world. We always thought our living-on-an-island dreams would stay forever plunked on a Pinterest board, but now, there’s reason to […]

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 […]

Around San Ignacio Belize in 10 incredible Photos

Cahal Pech Village Resort is pleased to present the 10 most spectacular photos of things to do in San Ignacio. Rated as the ecotourism town in western Belize, San Ignacio offers a plethora of tours and activities for the adventure traveler. Canoeing, bird watching, cave exploration, hiking, zip lining, river tubing, Maya Temples, cascading waterfalls, […]

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 […]

Belize Photo of the day: Green Iguana

  Today’s photo of the day is of the Iguana. The Iguana is a herbivore lizard that is not only native to Belize but also Mexico, Central America, and several islands in Polynesia such as Fiji, Tonga and the Caribbean. Iguanas are among the largest lizards in the Americas, averaging around 6.5 feet (2 meters) […]

World’s Quirkiest Place To Retire

By Kathleen Peddicord Quirkiest retirement haven in the world? That’d have to be Belize. Belize City’s roadways are built around a system of roundabouts (thanks to her British colonizers), but shops alongside them sell rice, beans, and tortillas still ground by hand. Everyone you meet speaks English (it’s the country’s official language), but this belies […]

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