Super Palm Resort

Mile 46.5 Western Highway, Belmopan, Cayo, Belize | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Mile 46.5 Western Highway, Belmopan, is near Caves Branch Adventure Co. & Jungle Lodge.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Super Palm Resort Belmopan

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    Travel Blogs from Belmopan

    Journal entry on Belize

    A travel blog entry by latin-america on Nov 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... When I got the reef I found out that got to have a 30 minute ride in a custom-built powerboat, all the way to the water caye (which is a sandy island with over 4 miles of Caribbean frontage). Once I get to the water caye, I can get into my snorkeling gear and start snorkeling.
    As the powerboat glided over the water, I thought of all the excitement that awaited me.
    When I got to the water ...

    Butts up!

    A travel blog entry by justamanda on Mar 23, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... at the second cave, we were told we were having a “pit stop”. We got off our tubes, and did a little impromptu rock climbing to get up to see a crystal formation. Once we got to the top, we had to army crawl through some sand/mud because the ceiling was too low to get there another way. The crystal formation was neat – sparkly, and we also got to see some Mayan pottery, and peek through an opening at other people tubing by. Then, back ...

    "GO SLOW” Caye Caukler to San Ignacio

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 10, 2013

    2 comments, 67 photos

    ... 100 / NZ $ 120, got to the hotel at 5 pm where we had to pre-order our dinner and next morning‘s breakfast. With such a large group, this was the best way for the kitchen to cope!

    The day’s dinner special was BBQUE ribs for 25 BZ / NZ $ 15.30 / US $ ...

    Maya Caves and Sites

    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 02, 2013

    52 photos

    ... of stones with evidence of fires (burnt wood and smoke-blackened ceiling). F, our guide, thought it one of the best Maya caves he’d ever seen (better than ATM which pleased us as we’d decided ATM was too commercial and busy) and thanked us for finding it and asking to come. He took a load of pictures and said he wanted to put it on HVI’s regular itinerary. He started talking commercials to W (e.g. website, email address, an advertised telephone ...

    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 ...