9 Interesting Things about San Ignacio Belize

“Together with neighboring Santa Elena, on the east bank of the river, San Ignacio forms the chief population center of Cayo District. Staying here is generally the more economical option for travel in Cayo; furthermore, there is no shortage of tour operators who are willing to show you the attractions and activities in the surrounding […]

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10 Breathtakingly Beautiful Attractions in San Ignacio Belize

A trip to San Ignacio Belize would not be complete without planning a visit to each of these breathtakingly beautiful attractions. #1 Barton Creek Cave One of the largest river caves in Belize, Barton Creek Cave consists of giant passages covered with numerous large speleothems over a navigable river and these features of the cave […]

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Top 5 Things to See & Do in San Ignacio Cayo

A list of our 5 favorite things to see and do in San Ignacio Belize Ask any traveler who visits western Belize what are the five most popular tours in the area and they will say The ATM Cave, Cahal Pech Maya Ruins, Xunantunich, the Mountain Pine Ridge and Barton Creek Cave. These five tours […]

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7 Places to Visit in Western Belize

While new experiences abound, the people of the Cayo District make you feel right at home. As host to the capital city of Belmopan, you will find an astonishing variety of eco tourism adventures at every turn. With a majestic 880,000 acres of protected land in the form of nature reserves and national parks, this […]

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Why You Really Should Visit Belize in January

Belize: Best Month to Visit is January When the weather outside is cold and icy everywhere else, a tropical paradise awaits you in Belize! January is one of the most enjoyable months to visit Belize, where the days are warm and sunny, and the nights are cool and refreshing. Here are 5 reasons why you […]

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Traveling to Belize? Make Cayo your Destination

Traveling to the Caribbean in 2019? Make San Ignacio Belize your Destination Not every travel destination is so beloved and popular it is given a nickname that sticks, but San Ignacio Belize meets that criteria, so it’s known affectionately as simply “Cayo.” With a name this short, you might think there’s nothing to do here, […]

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The 7 Most Beautiful Birds of Belize

The Audubon Society has a very active presence in Belize, and more than 590 different avian species have been recorded in the country. Approximately 20% of the birds in Belize are migratory species that overwinter in the country before returning to North America. The Audobon Society has delineated seven Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in the […]

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Christmas Traditions in Belize

Christmas in Belize Lasts Longer than Two Days You can shop, cook and wrap like crazy and enjoy two days of festivities at the end of December, or come to Belize where the entire month of December is one long holiday. We suggest finding one place to lodge during your visit—a festive destination like Cahal […]

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Five Top Places in Belize Where Expats are Moving

There are a lot of reasons you might want to be in Belize right now… For a tiny little country (only about the size of Massachusetts), it has much to offer, especially when it comes to scenery. Turquoise waters and white, silky sand beaches… Fertile farmland… Rolling hillsides dotted with pine forests… Amazing Maya ruins… […]

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Ever Wonder what you’ll Discover Beyond the Beaches of Belize?

  Another Side of Belize—Look Beyond the Beaches to the Cayo District The face that Belize shows the world is most often a tropical beach edging a turquoise sea, which is why the nation has become the western hemisphere’s most prominent go-to destination for those who can’t get enough scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and sailing. […]

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5 Active Adventures in Belize

Sure you can relax in a hammock with a cocktail in Belize, but why would you want to, with so many adventures to be found? Here are the top must-dos, from diving the Great Blue Hole to hiking through the jungle to discover Mayan ruins. If your idea of the perfect [summer] getaway revolves around […]

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The Iconic Hawksworth Bridge in San Ignacio, Cayo

Hawksworth Bridge Today's photo of the day is the Iconic Hawksworth Bridge in San Ignacio Townwhich is a one lane suspension bridge built in 1949. The bridge was imported from Middlesbrough, England and it crosses the pristine Macal River linking San Ignacio to its sister-town Santa Elena. The Hawksworth Bridge is currently the only drivable […]

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This Is What Urban Dictionary Thinks of Belize

#1 Belize -formerly known as British Honduras. -located in Central America -small independent country -belizeans speaks mostly CREOLE!! -coast of the carribean. -only Central American country without a coast on the Pacific Ocean -second largest barrier reef after the Great Barrier Reef -very hot and humid "I went to Belize over the summer and it […]

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Celebrate the 12-Ways of Christmas Here in Belize!

A Multicultural Christmas Celebration in Belize Cahal Pech is a perfect resort in Belize to spend a Christmas vacation Your teen hates the sweater you chose. Little ones break their toys by sundown. Your spouse bursts into tears after a frenzy of shopping, wrapping, cooking and company. Even the dog gets sick. Now, imagine holiday […]

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5 Warm and Sunny Reasons To Take Your Family To Belize

Is winter getting you down? Got you thinking about a warm, sunny, destination to escape those frigid temps? Are you searching for the ideal family vacation destination? One that can keep the whole family engaged and excited, regardless of age? Then Belize might just be the destination you’ve been searching for! Here are 5 reasons […]

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