Cayo Welcome Center Tourist Information Center
Great place to learn about the ancient and rich culture of the Locals. On display are cultural products, artifacts, artistic craftsmanship and drawings of the Cayo District.
This is not really a Museum, but it has some artifacts and information about places near San Ignacio town and the town itself. Really worth checking out.
Perfect for public transportation hubs, tours, and tourist information on the area. Great deal of restaurants and bars.
You can find a bit of everything here, information on tours, a couple restaurants. This is a great place to come at night. Ps. have a sip at Bambu Tee.
“For some of the best ceviche in town be sure to make a stop at this bistro. Their ambience is great as well! ”
“Enjoy a complimentary tour of Better in Belize Eco Village, a magical rainforest community in the foothills of the Maya Mountains! Your Belize vacation rental, The Toucan House, is located in this spectacular 130-acre Belize eco-community in Western Belize. This Belize off-grid community offers visitors a peek into “a life less ordinary” – how to live off-grid in the Belize jungle. Your complimentary tour will include a look at the community garden area; heading to Rainbow’s Roost (our ridge view lookout); and then down to Vaca Lake (the 5-mile lake that straddles this eco-village in Belize). You’ll have a chance to take a peek into some of the Belize eco-homes in the community – alternative”
“This is a locally owned tour company who is well acquainted with our eco-community and the area surrounding our Better In Belize development. Roberto is highly recommended.”
“Scoot on over to the Benque House of Culture to see the displays they may be featuring. The staff there is so full of knowledge and always welcoming. You are bound to learn something new with every visit! ”
San Ignacio, Cayo