|Destination:||Crooked Tree, Baboon Sanctuary, San Ignacio, ATM & San Pedro (Ambergris Caye).|
|Departure:||Belize International Airport.|
|Departure Time:||Approximately 7:00 AM.|
|Return Time:||Approximately 7:30 PM.|
|Dress Code:||Casual, comfortable and light.|
B Breakfast, L Lunch, D Diner
Relax. We suggest a list of hotels adapting to the shown itinerary based on location and categorization based on past client’s experiences. You may choose according to your budget and style of travel or feel free to suggest your preferred individual setting.
A high standard of lodging with a variety of amenities.
|San IgnacioKAANA Resort||San IgnacioChaa Creek||Ambegris CayeVictoria House||Ambegris CayePortofino Beach Resort|
A good standard of lodging, reasonable range of facilities.
|San IgnacioWindy Hill||San IgnacioBlack Rock Lodge||Ambegris CayeSun Breeze||Ambegris CayeBlue Tang Inn|
Simple but clean, well located with limited facilities.
|San IgnacioMidas Resort||San IgnacioRumors Resort||Ambegris CayeBanana Beach||Ambegris CayeSan Pedro Holiday|
San Ignacio is the heart and soul of the Cayo District, a vibrant traveler center from where all roads and activities fan out. Together with twin-town Santa Elena, on the east bank of the Macal River, this is the main population center of Cayo, with lots of good budget accommodations, decent restaurants and frequent transport.
But as much as it is geared to travelers, San Ignacio is no inland San Pedro, existing only for tourism. It has a very positive and infectious local vibe, with a bustling market and a steady influx of immigrants, mainly from nearby Guatemala. Residents are mestizos, Maya and Garifuna, as well as a bunch of free-spirited expats from Europe and North America. Most travelers come to San Ignacio as a base for the adventures of Cayo or as a stepping stone to or from Guatemala; many stay longer than they expected.