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

    Actun Tunichil Muknal

    A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on May 08, 2015

    ... spiders, bats, and even plants (they can grow in complete darkness for a certain amount of time) -we also were taught about the rock formations and saw how the cave was beautifully crystallized but need time and moisture, so without rain many years ago, parts of the cave are considered dead (with no crystals). We also met this couple from Calgary! Diana works as a nurse at PLC on the nicu with my friend Madison and Luke is a mechanical engineer. it was so nice to talk to people who ...

    Warning and Affection

    A travel blog entry by steveclark on Nov 29, 2014

    ... Izzie started to nip my arm, not hard but like a pinch. These were warning bites telling me to get off! Despite me being one are her carers for approaching 6 weeks and have a good bond, there is still a hierarchy with the volunteers. Zoe being the highest, Izzie would not hold back if one of us prevented her from getting to her. However after Alysha left she was her normal kind self. In the evening we had homemade pizzas which were great and then played catchphrase. Good ...

    Capuchin Tearaway

    A travel blog entry by steveclark on Nov 15, 2014

    ... per meal) and then drank some rum on the wooden pier, followed by a bar called Shavam's. This was actually fairly busy with locals. No one got in the mood for dancing so we left at about midnight. We are supposed to be leaving for Caye Caulker on Monday but there is a storm coming to it may be postponed, some others are going tomorrow we can't unfortunately leave all at the same time. Hopefully it will be ok ...

    ATM Cave - One of the Coolest Experiences Ever!

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 21, 2014

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    ... 25 of our hike would be in water. We were picked up right on time by Emil, who we think is in his 30s and has been leading ATM tours for 13 years. He had a lady who would come along with us as she was in training, so it was basically a private tour. Since we're here in the off-season, the cave doesn't get too busy and Emil only does a couple of tours in a week compared to working every day during high season. We drove about 35 minutes on the main road and then another 35 minutes ...

    Mayan ruins & Micheladas: the heart of San Ignacio

    A travel blog entry by lrhalladay on Jan 01, 2014

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    ... journey in the cave makes makes it fun. And of course the prized Crystal Maiden is worth seeing. I found myself having a hard time believing all of it was real, simply because you're not treated like stupid tourists who have to look from afar at the pottery/ bones (other than the no camera rule of course). Our tour guide was a bit of a putz; he seemed to be making up a lot of what he told us. We could hear other nearby tour guides ...