Small, unassuming mom & pop with good quality food and good value. Solid choice for a meal in San Ignacio.
On our way out of San Ignacio, we visited Rio Frio Cave, Rio-On Pools, and Big Rock Waterfall. We also learned that Google Maps is not so reliable in the backwoods of Belize.
A must-see beautiful Mayan site hidden away in the Guatemalan jungle. Come for the ruins, stay for the beautiful surrounding forest.
Day 3 in Belize included a full day tour to Guatemala’s awesome Tikal Mayan ruins, then saw us back in San Ignacio for a mediocre dinner but great company and conversation.
A middle-of-the-road tourist restaurant/bar serving Belizean, Indian, and Sri Lankan food. Open during holidays and located in central San Ignacio.
A great launching point to visit nearby Mayan sites and to get lost in the beautiful nature of the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve. The town of San Ignacio also offers opportunities for souvenir shopping and a growing number of restaurants.
San Pedro is synonymous with Belize’s largest caye – Ambergris. Take a quick tour of this quickly growing coastal town that is one of Belize’s biggest destinations for both tourists and expats alike.
Located outside of downtown in the hills, The Garden House Airbnb is a clean and bare bones cabin that offers good value for the price. Great for budget travelers.
A tiny mom & pop restaurant offering a true taste of Belize with Mayan, Caribbean, Garifuna, and Latin Mestizo spices/dishes.
A small archaeological site with forest charm. Take an hour out of your day to visit this little peaceful haven and get lost amidst the nooks and crannies of its ancient structures.