San Ignacio

San Ignacio Attractions

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Actun Tunichil Muknal

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

The Actun Tunichil Muknal (Cave of the Stone Sepulchre) is the most well known cave in Cayo and the most popular tour just outside of San Ignacio: the entire ...  Read more

Lamanai

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 31 Reviews

Meaning "submerged crocodile" in Yucatan Mayan, Lamanai is perhaps the most fascinating of all of Mayan sites in Belize if only because it is not yet ...  Read more

Xunantunich

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 6 Reviews

Overlooking the beautiful Mopan River from a stunning hilltop, the ruins at Xunantunich are some of the most visited Mayan sites in the world. Located in the ...  Read more

Tikal Ruins

4.5 star rating: Recommended 22 Reviews

Located in El Peten, Tikal is the crown jewel of Mayan ruins in Guatemala. Though it has many of the same beautiful temples as its well-known counterparts in ...  Read more

Altun Ha

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Altun Ha is the site of the ruins of an ancient Mayan city, and covers about 5mi (8km) squared. The central area of the site has over 500 historic structures ...  Read more

Caracol

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Caracol is the single largest archeological site in Belize, and one of the biggest Mayan structures in the world. Discovered in 1938 by loggers, the Classic ...  Read more

Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Established as a reserve in 1944, the over 100,000-acre Mountain Pine Ridge is easily the most breathtaking scenery in all of the Cayo District, if not Belize. ...  Read more

Barton Creek Cave

A unique site among all the Mayan caves in Belize is Barton Creek, a tall river cave that was once used for sacrificial purposes and can be explored only by ...  Read more

Belize Botanic Gardens

Located in the Cayo district of Belize, the Belize Botanic Gardens encompass 45 acres of native and exotic plants. The area was once cattle pasture prior to ...  Read more

Belmopan

After Hurricane Hattie clobbered Belize City in 1961, the decision was made to move the capital and government offices inland. The town now called Belmopan, ...  Read more

Big Rock Falls (Rio on Pools)

Big Rock Falls is a large waterfall located in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve that attracts a number of visitors who enjoy swimming and cliff jumping. ...  Read more

Blue Hole National Park

Belize’s Blue Hole National Park (officially St Herman’s Blue Hole National Park) sits near the capital city of Belmopan and is home to two cave systems ...  Read more

Cahal Pech Maya Site & Museum (Cahal Pech)

Located just a mile from the town center, Cahal Pech is a small but significant archeological reserve that can be visited in a couple of hours. The site, ...  Read more

Crystal Cave (Mountain Cow Cave)

Crystal Cave, also known as Mountain Cow Cave, is located within the Blue Hole National Park near Belmopan, Belize’s capital city. To get to Crystal Cave, you ...  Read more

El Pilar Mayan Ruins

El Pilar is an ancient Maya city located at Belize’s border with Guatemala. It’s a Middle Pre-Classic and Late-Classic Mayan site, which is currently under ...  Read more

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