Cahal Pech Village Resort in San Ignacio, Belize today announced a special day for reduced rates on accommodations for travelers making reservations in April. Any visitor who uses the website to make a reservation at Cahal Pech between April 6-30 will receive a special 20% discount.
“We’re very excited to announce these special reductions for anyone making reservations via our website this April,” said Lloyd Alvarez, the reservations manager for the Cahal Pech resort. “Easter is traditionally the most popular time of year for visitors to come to Belize, but we know that there is plenty to do and see during Easter as well. By acting now, people can get a chance to explore this amazing country at a very affordable price.”
Located in Belize’s western Cayo District, Cahal Pech offers a variety of accommodations including beautiful thatched cabanas. Named for the nearby Maya ruins, Cahal Pech is a well-appointed resort just a few minutes from the bustling town of San Ignacio. With Maya decor and using only locally-crafted furniture, each cabana at Cahal Pach has its own unique Maya name and personality. All rooms and cabanas at Cahal Pech include air-conditioning and a full range of cable television channels.
Cahal Pech has its own onsite restaurant serving up a delicious range of local and international dishes. Guests of the resort can also enjoy a full complement of fresh cocktails made from the finest local ingredients. The resort also offers a range of spa services, including Swedish massage, deep muscle therapy, facials, aromatherapy, manicures and pedicures.
The location of Cahal Pech is ideal for visitors wanting to explore the top vacation destinations in Belize. Several of Belize’s most spectacular Maya ruins, including Cahal Pech, Xunantunich, El Pilar and Caracol are just a few miles from the resort, making them ideal destinations for day trips from Cahal Pech. The nearby town of San Ignacio and its bustling farmer’s market is a popular attraction where visitors can browse a wide selection of fresh produce, homemade medicines, souvenirs and local handicrafts. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Tikal is just a short journey from Cahal Pech across the border into neighboring Guatemala.