Casa Maya Eco Resort

Address: Mile 681/2 Western Highway, San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Mile 681/2 Western Highway, San Ignacio, is near Xunantunich.
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    Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

    Day 5: THE SAD LOSS OF A TAIL

    A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Jul 05, 2015

    4 photos

    ... in which the animal isn't interbated or comprehensively monitored while under. At one point Annie did actually start to wake up and started crying, but luckily was put back under pretty quickly- poor baby! The smell of the necrotic tail, combined with the heat in the surgery was pretty rank, I'm sure Annie will be glad that she doesn't have to suffer that anymore (and hopefully won't ever have to again!) I have a ...

    CaraCOOL!

    A travel blog entry by rubychu on May 06, 2015

    20 photos

    ... Only about 5% of the site has been excavated due to lack of funding.










    It was a beautiful and HOT morning. We climbed up a few Mayan temples and took in the amazing view of the jungle below. Since Cole was so tall and Amelia so not, it was a lot easier for him to climb those giant Mayan steps. We inevitably threw around some height ...

    Adventure and chatting to locals

    A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 04, 2015

    21 photos

    ... up was zip lining which was a lot of fun (we missed you this time Dad and Fi!). We then went Cave Tubing which basically involves hiking for about 30 minutes through the rainforest before jumping on a rubber ring and tubing down the Caves Branch River through spectacular underground cave systems that have been formed over 8 million years, and which the ancient Mayans regarded as a sacred underworld and home to many powerful gods. One of the caves we went through was ...

    San. Ignacio

    A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 23, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to the rain God whom they believed stayed underground. There are pottery jars scattered around as well as skeletons of sacrifices. These caves were only discovered in the 80s by scientists . The cave system is completely unspoilt with beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and coulombs, completely unspoilt by humans, no electricity, no guide rope that one finds in other caves. An unforgettable experience, we have never experience anything like it before, a ...

    Kayaking down Macal River

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 09, 2015

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... a former British colony, uses English for all official business.

    With a waiting shared taxi just outside immigration, we had no time to linger around. San Ignacio is only 15 kms from the border and we expected to get there in no time. But with the only other passenger besides us getting off at Benque Viejo (the border town on the Belize side), the driver cruised around looking for more paying passengers. He eventually had to give up and ...