– Belize Vacation Travel

Onsite & Offsite Activities

Horseback Riding
Start your day exploring the jungle/nature trails by horse- back riding. This is an experience you won’t forget. It is a magnificent way to experience the wildlife and have a clearer view of the landscape. Don’t worry if you are a beginner, the local guide will ensure that you are comfortable and well suited with the proper horse and your ride can be shorter. (Optional)


Then enjoy canoeing downstream or upstream the majestic Macal River where you will see numerous birds, iguanas, old trees, and different vegetation. Sites along the river include the ancient Mayan town of Cahal Pech and the Belize Botanic Gardens. This can be a half day trip or a full day trip. (Optional)

Maya Archaeological Sites

Belize clearly lay in the Maya Heartland. Visit Ancient Mayan Ruins in the nearby villages . . . Listen to professional tour guides about the history of each site. Learn about the Mayas from this region, their lifestyle in that era and be amazed by the many astounding archaeological sites in Belize.

Caving Adventure

Visit the unique cave of Actun Tunichil Muknal, “Belize’s Ultimate Caving Adventure” where you will be able to see the remains of the Ancient Mayas at this archaeological site. These remains include skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware. The best-known is “The Crystal Maiden”, the skeleton of a teenage girl, possibly a sacrifice victim, whose bones have been calcified to a sparkling, crystallized appearance. This site was also featured on National Geographic.


Go inside the Rio Frio Cave in the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve where you will be amazed by the huge stalactites and stalagmites, the massive entryways and the pristine stream flowing through the cave.Or you can visit the Barton Creek Cave near San Ignacio Town where Pottery shards were found which indicated that it was between the Early Classic (200 to 600 AD) to the Late Classic 600 to 900 AD) periods. The remains of   at least 28 humans have been found within the cave. Very Interesting!
See the birdie? This is just an example of how close you are to nature.

Useful Information for Offsite Activities

  • You need light-weight, comfortable clothing and shoes with a good grip. Long trousers are more suitable than shorts as they give more protection from insects and weather.
    The rainy season lasts from June to November, but it can rain at any time of the year. The rains are combined with long periods of hot, dry weather. Therefore, you need to have a hat and sunscreen available year round and a light-weight raincoat is often useful. Insect repellant is a must and a container of drinking water is advisable, as several sites are remote from any facilities.

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Belize Caves Caracol Inn The Bush Pool Mountain View Caves Belize motmot bird

Contact Us

E-mail Adress: innthebush@gmail.com
Telephone: 670 6364
Address: Macaw Bank
Cayo, District
Belize, Central America

To contact us:

We are located only 8 miles from San
Ignacio and Santa Elena Town. Pick up can
be arranged. However, if in possession of
private vehicle, one can follow instructions from
Santa Elena Junction where the Transport
Department is located, which will then lead you
on to the Cristo Rey Road. This is the road that
takes you to the Mountain Pine Ridge. On the Cristo Rey Road you will travel 6 miles (passing through the village of Cristo Rey) then will be arriving upon mile marker 6 on your right. Here you will also see our sign—Inn The Bush Eco-Jungle Lodge. Please continue 2 miles in to our jungle paradise. Come visit us and start your unforgettable vacation. .

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