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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 […]

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 […]

10 Beautiful Photos of San Ignacio Town

Together with neighboring Santa Elena, on the east bank of the river, San Ignacio forms the chief population center of Cayo District. In this post, we bring to you 10 beautiful photos of San Ignacio Town:   A gorgeous view of San Ignacio Town from above the ancient hills of Cahal Pech Maya Ruins The […]

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 […]

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) […]