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Spanish Lookout is a Mennonite community in the Cayo District. Spanish Lookout is largely an agricultural community with some light industry, furniture making, prefabricated wood houses ... moreand the only oil field in production in Belize. The Mennonite community in Spanish Lookout is quite modern as cars are driven and other modern conveniences are used. The citizens of this community speak Plautdietsch as their mothertongue. Most of the Mennonites in Spanish Lookout also speak English and Spanish.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Town
Population:
2,253
Features:
Restaurants, Parking, ATM services, Banks, Public Parks, Coffee Shops
District/Region:
Cayo
Bullet Tree Falls is a village located in the Cayo District about five kilometers northwest from San Ignacio Town, along the Mopan River. Bullet Tree Falls hosts several lodges and ... morea botanical gardens in the area. Over the years, the village has developed a small tourist economy facilitated by its location between San Ignacio and the El Pilar Maya archeological site.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Village
Population:
2,124
District/Region:
Cayo
Located in the Cayo District of Belize, the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve is a protected area that is home to a variety of bird, mammals, plants and other animal species. The tropical ... moreand subtropical moist forests provide habitats for the wildlife, including Belize's national animal, the Baird's tapir. Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve is one of the few areas protecting the biological diversity of the Maya Mountain northern foothills ecosystem.
Category:
Attraction
Type of Attraction:
Nature Reserve
District/Region:
Cayo
El Pilar lies in an area that has been cultivating milpa for many years. The site is located on high terrain, giving the visitor a beautiful view across the Mopan River Valley. Named ... moreafter an army camp in the area, El Pilar means “pillar” in Spanish. El Pilar is one of Belize’s largest Classic Maya sites with a well-defined ceremonial section including both private and public areas. The site covers approximately 75 acres. Some buildings reach 50-60 feet in height.
Category:
Attraction
Type of Attraction:
Archaeological Site
District/Region:
Cayo
Like all subterranean sites, Barton Creek Cave is a very fragile and sensitive environment, easily disrupted by human intrusion. It is the responsibility of all archaeologists, tour ... moreguides and visitors to preserve the site and ensure that it may be enjoyed by future generations. We ask all visitors to the site to help us preserve the past for the future.

Barton Creek Cave is part of a large riverine system and one of the longest subterranean sites in the country of Belize. Cultural remains, however, have only been found within the first kilometer from the downstream entrance. This kilometer long space contains ten ledges above the river with evidence of ancient Maya activity. The first ledge is located on the left just inside the entrance to the cave, and continues to roughly 30 meters beyond the Maya Bridge that straddles the river.
Category:
Attraction
Type of Attraction:
Cave
District/Region:
Cayo
Nested between Cristo Rey, San Antonio Village and El Progresso Village, Elijio Panti National Park was established by the Itzamna Society to protect and preserve the environment and ... moreculture and for the development of the community. It was signed as a national park on February 23, 2001The area of the park extends to some parts of the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve. The land is breathtaking with it mountainous terrain, decorated with majestic waterfalls, natural pools, medicinal trails and a diverse flora and fauna collection. The Elijio Panti National Park is named after the last Maya Master heal of Belize, Dr. Elijio Panti.
Category:
Attraction
Type of Attraction:
National Park
District/Region:
Cayo
Cahal Pech Archaeological Site, also known as "Place of Ticks," is the only Mayan ruins located in San Ignacio town. Sitting at the top of a limestone hill, the eerie atmosphere of ... morea once populated site can fascinate the minds of history lovers or intrigued visitors. Only a ten minute climb from uptown San Ignacio, you can also visit the museum that's on the same location.
Category:
Attraction
Type of Attraction:
Archaeological Site, Landmark
Features:
Phone Service
District/Region:
Cayo
Xunantunich, roughly translated as "Maiden of the Rock" or "Stone Woman" from the Yucatec Maya language, is an astonishing temple constructed by the ancient Mayas. It was an important ... moreceremonial centre built around AD 600 near the end of the Maya Late Classic Period. Located in western Belize on the George Price Highway, eager visitors must first travel on a ferry across the river to view the amazing structure.
Category:
Attraction
Type of Attraction:
Archaeological Site, Landmark
Features:
Phone Service, Parking
District/Region:
Cayo
Benque Viejo del Carmen is the westernmost town of Belize, near the Belize/Guatemala border. Although being a small town, Benque Viejo del Carmen has its fair share of peaceful riverbanks, ... moreconvenience stores and dainty restaurants.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Town
Population:
6,140
Features:
Phone Service, Restaurants, ATM services, Night Clubs, Public Parks
District/Region:
Cayo
San Ignacio Town is one of the twin-towns located in the Cayo District. Although it is a small town, there is a lot of culture and history to explore. San Ignacio is considered as ... morethe main hub to adventures in western Belize. You have access to great Belizean food, fascinating historical monuments, beautiful sceneries of flora and fauna, wildlife conservation projects and a farmer's market with fresh produce. Make sure to look out for unique works of art in the town!

Located 67 miles from Belize City is San Ignacio Town, connected by the Hawksworth Bridge to its twin town Santa Elena, San Ignacio is the largest town in the Cayo District and is a base for tourism activities throughout Cayo.
Category:
Destination
Type of Destination:
Town
Population:
17,878
Features:
Phone Service, Restaurants, ATM services, Banks, Sports Bars, Night Clubs, Public Parks, Market
District/Region:
Cayo