• Belize Tikal Day Trip

    Visiting the Tikal Ruins from Belize

    When planning your trip to Belize, do not skip over visiting San Ignacio in western Belize. Sure, it’s not the glamorous beaches, unbelievable snorkeling, and tropical paradise that most imagine when they picture traveling to Belize, but western Belize, and in particular San Ignacio, offer ancient caves where Mayan sacrifices took place, Mayan ruins, and simply a completely different, less touristy side of Belize. One of the main attractions in western Belize, and all of Belize for that matter, is Mayan ruins. While there are countless ruin sites throughout Belize and Central America, Tikal is the absolute best place to…

  • Must-Do Belize ATM Cave

    Why the ATM Cave in Belize is a Must-Do

    The Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, or as it’s more commonly known, the ATM Cave, is an absolute must-do for anyone traveling to Belize. It has it all: adventure, history, and human sacrifices. What more could you ask for? Located an hour outside of San Ignacio, the ATM Cave is not for the faint of heart as you have to wade in water, maneuver between rocks, swim through a cold river, and hike in a cave for about 3 miles before you reach the upper chamber where Mayan priests performed ritual sacrifices to the gods, which included human sacrifices. It’s all…

  • Hol Chan Shark Ray Alley Belize

    20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Belize

    Belize is a relatively unknown country in Central America. However, there is plenty to do and see there. Most people travel to nearby Mexico or Guatemala, but Belize offers many of the same things—snorkeling, scuba diving, Mayan ruins, and beaches—with fewer tourists and less resorts. When looking at booking your next trip to Central America, make sure to consider Belize and its unique blend of Central American and Caribbean cultures. While Belize may not have been on your travel radar before, hopefully these photos have inspired you to consider Belize for your next trip! Have you ever been to Belize?…