San Ignacio was formerly called El Cayo by the Spanish and was officially declared a town by the British Honduras Government on 19 October 1904. San Ignacio is known for its numerous tourist attractions and its closeness to Mayan ruins. Some places to visit in San Ignacio include Cahal Pech Mayan ruin, San Ignacio Market, Hawkesworth Bridge, Chaa Creek Road, Green Iguana, Princess Casino and several others.
San Ignacio Mayan site with skeletons and artefacts as well as other cultural and historical grounds can be explored on cultural and historical tours. While its wildlife refuge, park, and gardens can be explored on theme parks and amusements in the city. Tourists can also visit and explore other famous sights in the city on sightseeing tours. San Ignacio’s beautiful water bodies can be explored on boat cruises and shore excursions with several water sports activities like surfing, snorkelling, kayaking and several others.
With the airport and other transfer options in San Ignacio, visitors will enjoy convenient and time-saving transports in the city with several packages suitable for both individual and group travels. The tour agency is committed to providing tours that we're specifically selected from tours with good user reviews and feedbacks at amazingly cheap prices compared to other top tour agencies. Visitors can also expand their touring scape to neighbouring cities and towns on day trips and excursions from San Ignacio.
Explore the hidden chambers and crystalline waters of the Mayan underworld at Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM), featured in National Geographic! Swim into the mysterious cave, which the ancient Mayas considered to be a portal to the underworld, known as Xibalba. This day trip from San Ignacio includes a 1.5-hour round-trip hike in Tapir Nature Reserve...Read more
If an active adventure in Belize is what you’re looking for, head underground to the Crystal Cave, located in Blue Hole National Park. An expert guide will take you spelunking (cave exploring) after a hike through the lush tropical forest amid a rugged limestone landscape. Inside, you will spot caverns adorned with crystalline formations,...Read more
Take a day trip from San Ignacio to the Mayan ruins of Tikal, located in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tikal National Park (Parque Nacional Tikal). A professional guide leads you on a tour of the famous archeological site, once inhabited by the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization. Step foot in the heart of the jungle and experience Guatemalan...Read more
Travel back in time and experience what life was like in the city of Xunantunich, one of Belize’s most popular Mayan sites. This tour from San Ignacio takes you to San Jose Succotz, a Maya-Mestizo village located close to the Western Border and delivers you on an old-fashioned, hand-cranked ferryboat to the magnificent ruins deep in the Belizean...Read more
A full day tour starts when your guide meets you at your hotel in San Ignacio Town followed by a short drive to Xunantunich. After exploring & climbing El Castilloand rest of the Maya site you will then be driving (approx 1.5hrs) to 'Jaguar Paw' where you will enjoy lunch before getting your cave tubing gear before hiking (approx 20 - 30 mins...Read more
This full-day tour includes an authentic Belizean lunch, Rio Frio Cave and Rio on pools. Get ready to explore this once very powerful site where great Mayan royals ruled, lived, died and now lay buried. Let the surrounding jungle whisper its secrets of past and present civilizations. Walk and explore places where only royals were allowed. Peak...Read more
Adventure through Belize on this tour of the Maya Ruins in the ancient city of Caracol. This guided tour explores jungle archaeological sites including pyramid temples, plazas and monuments. Journey to the Mountain Pine Ridge with stops at Rio On Pools and Rio Frio Cave for a refreshing swim in the crystal waters. Enjoy a homemade Belizean style...Read more
Actun Tunichil Muknal is a mysterious and beautiful portal to the ancient Maya and their traditions, ceremonies and spirituality. This cave system served as a ceremonial site where the Maya performed sacrifices and other ceremonies as they dealt with extreme and harsh conditions in times of drought.
Travel through time to the mysterious world of the ancient Maya at Caracol, the largest Mayan site in Belize! Located deep within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve and nestled amid high-canopy jungle, the archaeological complex includes five plazas, an astronomic observatory and thousands of buildings. You’ll learn about Caracol’s agricultural...Read more
Tour duration is approximately 4 hours including the distance from San Ignacio to the attraction park. Explore the caves by cave tubing. Departure from San Ignacio at 8am. if you'd like hotel pickup/ dropoff please email us to arrange transport.
What to bring: • packed breakfast and/or lunch • bottled water and/or snacks ...Read more
Tikal National Park is located deep in the Guatemalan rainforest and was once a major site of Mayan civilization. Today the site, which is composed of beautifully eroded ancient temples and palaces, is easily accessible to visitors. The park is also inside one of the world’s largest protected forest areas and is home variety of wildlife...Read more
Cave tubing and zip line combination tour is for those looking for an adventure of a lifetime. There is nothing like the thrill of flying free like the birds or sitting back to enjoy being carried lazily through mysterious caves and under the shade of nature’s lush canopy. Considered one of the hottest new adventure sports and rated number 1 in...Read more
You will be picked up from your hotel in San Ignacio and driven for about 15 minutes to a farm. Once you arrive, you will mount on a horse and ride up a hill where you will be able to watch a sunset. While waiting for the sunset, you will be able to enjoy the surroundings with a glass of...Read more
Your private shuttle arrival service provides you comfort, privacy and ample space at your convenience. All you need to do is book. You will be picked up at the airport, then enjoy a great start to your stay in Belize. Travel within Belize and enjoy comfortable and reliable shuttle service knowing that you are being looked after while going to...Read more
Along the way, we will be looking for Bat Falcons, Gartered Trogons, Black-crowned Tityras and Green-backed Sparrows. We can stop along the forest road for our packed breakfast and coffee, while listening out for Collared Forest-Falcon and Laughing Falcons. We have lunch on site at a designated Picnic spot at the edge of the forest. We often...Read more
Surprises are exciting and each birding tour promises to be a mystery waiting to be unfold. At Rio Maya, one can expect the unexpected from melodious Hummingbirds to colorful Warblers to the endemic Rufous Breasted Spinetail! Surrounded by tropical fruit trees, songbirds and the glorious sunrise, grab your binoculars and bottle of water as you...Read more
experience the Maya world as you travel across the scenic country side of Belize , passing thru farmlands, villages and towns, go up the ancient Maya temples , zip 6 lines high and long, going across rivers and forest, have a local lunch then paddle thru the caves system in your kayak or go tubing and the guide will navigate you...Read more
Day full trip to Tikal from Belize Visit Tikal National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour the Mayan ruins of Tikal with a professional and informative Tour guide Learn about the Mayans who built one of the largest archaeological sites of the pre-Columbian world What You Can Expect to Explore Tikal on a day trip from Belize!Tikal Go souvenirs...Read more
A pleasant half day ride through the Belize rainforest on the banks of the Mopan River and through a private organic farm to the Xunantunich Archaeological site. This is a fabulous way to tour the Maya ruins and also enjoy watching wildlife along the riverbanks and in the jungle. A Belizean style lunch is included and you also pass through the...Read more