Pine Ridge Lodge

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

    Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Caves

    A travel blog entry by africantikki on May 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the hell am I doing moments.. But it was truly worth it! My mother would have fainted knowing what her daughter was getting up to. Even i thought the charm of trekking through jungle in wet socks and shoes made me wonder when my madness would end! On the way back it started to rain. You would thinker were in a van no probs.. Oh no.. The van had leaks in the ceiling causing muddy wet rain to pour onto the passengers. We ...

    I'm Really Pissed Off...

    A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 26, 2014

    61 photos

    ... it would be easy to be ****** off! Fortunately, we got picked up and towed (slowly) by another truck which then also broke down so we had to trade batteries in order to make it home - can't make this stuff up! I used the time to admire my beard in my mirror, but unknown to all (I shouldn't reveal this in public, but if you've made it this far I guess you deserve it) I actually discovered I could trim my own moustache by biting the hairs, so I was seeing if there was a ...

    ATM: Actun Tunichil Muknal, Crystal Sepulchre Cave

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 11, 2013

    151 photos

    ... it had stopped. No lights, not walkways like the other caves that I have been into around the world. This was nature’s continual ongoing creation in its rawest form.

    Climbing out of the water following the foot holds no doubt hundreds if not thousands of people ...


    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 31, 2013

    69 photos

    ... rather than temple use. To the left of the upper courtyard were several tombs (in B19/20)- one had burial into the stonework (B19). We entered and F explained that the burial was considered odd because the elite/noble lady buried there had the tomb re-entered later and further burials. These tombs were first used in the late Pre-Classic and continued into the Late Classic (cAD 700+). The tombs were partly painted and a text associated with B20 suggests a link to ...

    Iguana and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 30, 2013

    29 photos

    Tuesday 30th July Canoeing on the Macal

    Our last day at Pook's. We left after breakfast to head back down to San Ignacio. This time we did not take the lower bridge but instead went to the left side and parked on the riverbank. Issi had arranged with a local to have a canoe ready, so we got in, pushed off and were off down the Macal River. S was in his element here, paddling away from the town and very quickly into the forest with inaccessible ...