Pine Ridge Lodge

Address: Mile 18 San Ignacio-Augustine Road, Cayo, Belize | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Mile 18 San Ignacio-Augustine Road, Cayo.
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      Travel Blogs from Cayo

      Cockscomb Reserve (R)

      A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Dec 15, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... our day today and we decided on a hike in Cockscomb Wildlife Preserve. It's about a 14 mile drive, with 10 miles on improved roads and 4 miles of "beat the **** out of the rental" roads. I feel no guilt.
      We stopped in Mayan Centre to shop for some handi crafts at the Women's Coop and to buy our Park entry tickets. At 10 BZD each, it's likely to be our cheapest adventure this trip! We stopped at the Ranger's office and ...

      Gumbo Limbo, Gumbo Limba

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Nov 02, 2014

      ... fruit chopping (we feed the monkeys a variety of fruit and powder milk by syringe) I have been given some of the extra animals to feed, the Peccaries. These are similar to wild boar and just eat all the fruit scraps from the chop plus grain for extra nutrition. Before my last shift with the monkeys I got some more browse with Ryan and Laura. We got branches from Gumbo limbo tree. Now collect browse has been distributed more evenly it's ...

      GUATEVER GUATEMALA

      A travel blog entry by jlandin on Oct 11, 2014

      41 photos

      ... have also contributed to the project. The school would like for the garden to be integrated into their other studies such as science, etc. Most of the students have gardens at home but the idea was not to grow enough produce to be used at the school in a lunch program. I don't know that they have a lunch program. The students seem to have a long lunch break and walk home for lunch. As we were talking a truck showed up from the Blancaneaux Lodge. They come every couple ...

      A change of scenery in Belize

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 11, 2014

      6 photos

      ... it feels like a real adventure. It feels slightly surreal being in this underworld walking through the large chambers seeing the beautifully formed stalagmites some glimmer from crystalized formed water minerals. The second half of the walk we take off our shoes to protect the artifacts seeing the pottery and human sacrifices dated back to the classic period, 750 AD.

      So that’s it from me, lets see if I am invited(forced) to this again. Hinesh signing ...

      Belize

      A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 23, 2014

      34 photos

      ... Rio Mopan in a two-room place called “Room4U2” run by Canadian ex-pats from Windsor. The river was perfect for a post-ride swim and made all right with the world again; the room was huge and comfortable, the food at Benny’s Kitchen in the tiny village superb (Jamie recommended the salbutes, shredded chicken on crisp tortillas with cilantro, tomato and lime).

      The next morning we took the hand-pulled ferry across the river and walked up to the Xunantunich ...