An accessible excavated Mayan site just half an hour from San Ignacio. Take a hand-cranked ferry across the river to view the star of the show: El Castillo pyramid.
A simple local mom & pop restaurant that’ll feed you on Christmas day when everyone else is closed.
Local rental car company in Belize with amazing customer service, great prices, and an amazing lobby!
Day 2 had us driving from Belize City to San Ignacio, listening to Latinized Western Christmas tunes on the radio, visiting Dick Head coconut stand, fitting in local Mayan ruins Xunantunich and Cahal Pech, as well as catching a beautiful sunset in the hills.
Take a break from the heat at this quirky little mom-and-pop frozen custard shop.
A modest 4-BR flat with individual rooms (or even the entire place) available for rent. Amazingly helpful Airbnb hosts who go above and beyond.
A full list of our Belize accommodations, including links to detailed write-ups of each lodging.
A funky, casual restaurant and bar serving Caribbean, seafood and even a bit of Asian fusion.
Highlights include amazing Mayan ruins, kayaking through caves on a jungle river, and meeting a hungry turtle who was hoping my GoPro was edible.
This busy first day included getting from the airport to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye, an awesome quickie tour of the town by our amazing Airbnb hosts, dinner, and a trip to a quirky frozen custard shop.