The safest zipline operation I’ve seen to date. Great equipment, great guides, and great lines. Add the Cayo jungle as your backdrop, and you’re set to fly over and through the trees!
A perfect place to stay at if you love rugged outdoor adventures. A win-win as they offer both adventure tours and lodgings. Owned and operated by a local Mayan family who also employs locals, so you’re definitely helping to support the community.
Delayed flight, missed connection, 2 days of vacation lost, and to top it all off, they took our tuna!
The Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve is over 100K acres of pine trees in an otherwise tropical country. If you have a day or two, it’s well worth visiting some of the hidden gems in the area: Caracol Mayan ruins, Big Rock Falls, Rio-On Pools, and Rio Frio Cave.
Oh, Google Maps, how I love you, but you led us astray in Belize when we needed you in the boonies. In the end, my scratched up legs marked our ignorant passing, and local guides succeeded where your directions failed. But I still love you.
Some helpful tips to planning your day trip to Caracol, including information about that scary-sounding military escort.
A vast expanse of boulders and small waterfalls that form pools in which to wade and frolic. But there’s no coverage from the sun, so bring your sunscreen!
A small but peaceful cave worth visiting if you’re anywhere near San Ignacio.
A small but fun waterfall that’s great for a swim or just a rest on the rocks.
A tiny little Indian/Nepalese restaurant hidden away in Belmopan where you absolutely cannot beat the customer service of owner, Raj.