Iguana Creek Resort

Mile 56 1-2 Western Hwy, Cayo, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mile 56 1-2 Western Hwy, Cayo.
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Travel Blogs from Cayo

Another perfect day

A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 13, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... Juan ordered us a few glasses of some baileys, I couldn't believe I actually liked it!! A proper grown up drink that I actually like the taste of! So I was pretty chuffed with that ;). The music is very loud going to sleep which is made even more annoying by the fact that they don't just play music, the DJ is constantly interrupting, but it's ok, we should sleep after our baileys. Tomorrow we are going to the market in the morning with Charity before travelling to ...

"GO SLOW” Caye Caukler to San Ignacio

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 10, 2013

2 comments, 67 photos

... began to attract different people from the surrounding areas, which led to the diverse population of the town at present day.

The town was originally named El Cayo by the Spanish. On October 19, 1904, El Cayo was officially declared a town by the government of ...

Caracol

A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 31, 2013

69 photos

... of Ucanal and Bital. Tom Yohl has the bacab title and Caracol glyph. Found next to but not linked with Giant Ajaw Altar 19 (Yajaw Te Kinich I), itself probably paired originally with Stela 7 (structure A13 base)

Stela 5,6,7- are in a line in front of Structure A13. Stela 6 date is AD 603 Knot Ajaw, has 144 glyphs and shows Knot Ajaw and his father. Stela 7 date is AD 633 K’an II. Altar 11 is by them. Altar 11 is an eroded Giant Ajaw by structure ...

Iguana and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 30, 2013

29 photos

... in what is now Belize were some shipwrecked English mariners (1638), followed by other English settlements. One of these was led by a British buccaneer, Peter Wallace (called Ballis by the Spanish) who gave his name to the river near his new settlement- Belize River- in 1638. The British (under the Tudors) were keen to benefit from the new lands and pirates/ state-sponsored privateers were common. Spain attempted to hold on to its trade and colonies in the New World, but it ...

Best place yet, Cayo

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Jan 10, 2013

11 photos

... also gets m**************s due to the sandy red soil and rain forest downpours. The road up the forest reserve went through two small towns, Cristo Rey and San Antonio, but we didn't get further than that because that 8 mile stretch took over an hour and we turned around. Too bad... the famous ruin of Carocal is beyond that and we just couldn't do it.

But we still went through stunningly beautiful areas. It is fairly agricultural up there, fields of veggies, ...