This iconic UNESCO site sits about 60 miles off the coast of San Pedro and is stunning to see. However, depending on your desires, you may want to skip it. So, I’m not a diver. Although I enjoy snorkeling, I don’t dive and am not certified to do so. As amazing as the Blue Hole … More The Blue Hole
San Pedro, Belize is a tourist mecca and there are tons of restaurants that are willing to take tourists dollars and serve food that can be found at home. Here are 3 great places to eat in San Pedro that were either recommended to me by locals or I found by accident. La Divinia Now … More 3 Great Places to Eat in San Pedro
The Mahogany Bay Resort Curio Collection by Hilton was really the only major chain hotel I could find available when I was going. You should have more options in the coming months as it looks like other major brands will be setting up shop there as well. So you should be able to use hotel … More Review: Mahogany Bay Resort Curio Collection Hilton
Flying to San Pedro is a real time saver and the cost isn’t much greater than taking a sea ferry. Flying Maya Island Air to San Pedro is one of 2 options. It’s about a 15 minute flight compared to a 90 minute ferry ride. If you’re prone to seasickness, this is the perfect option. … More How to get from Belize Airport to San Pedro
I have to say, this is one of those places that looks amazing in pictures and is quite the disappointment when you arrive. This is going to be a fairly negative review so I’ll try to keep it brief. The site is small for sure. There’s the main temple that looks down onto a courtyard. … More Xunantunich 👎
If you’re driving out to Caracol, you might as well stop at the Rio Frio pools. It’s a refreshing dip after a long hot day of walking around the ruins. It’s about a 30 min drive outside of Caracol but it’s on the way back so you can’t miss it. You can stop there on … More Rio On Pools
As I write, I’m actually on my way toward my next destination. Regular readers might remember that I hinted that my tentative plans were to go to Belize and it’s actually happening. I’m not going to be here very long but I’m splitting up my time between San Ignacio (on the Western portion of the … More Next Trip!