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Best things to do in Cayo District

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Historic Site
“Xunantunich is one of the most spectacular Mayan temple sites in the country, arguably the tallest with the most amazing views. ”
30local recommendations
Zoo
“Visit this amazing little zoo. Do not miss the Jaguar encounter - get up close to a live jaguar and even get "kissed" by him on the forehead! We will arrange your transfers and trips on your behalf.”
18local recommendations
Point of Interest
“This cave is was featured on Nat Geo, and still has Mayan artifacts. It is a hike, and climb but a great adventure ”
20local recommendations
Restaurant
“Situated a short walk from downtown San Ignacio Belize, our Guava Limb restaurant & cafe provides patrons with finely crafted cuisine, using farm-to-table fresh ingredients. We pride ourselves in serving the highest quality specialty coffee drinks, pastries, salads, signature dishes and specials available in town.”
19local recommendations
Premise
“Cahal Pech is a beautiful Maya Ruin that is perfect for families with young children. The walk is short and the views are perfect for children young and old.”
18local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“ This tour includes a stop at Rio Frio cave and Rio On Pools where you can go for a swim.”
10local recommendations
Park
“This is the most popular inland tour from Placencia. Their are daily tours. 45 minute drive. Nature trails, water falls and rock slides, you will see all sorts of interesting wildlife. A must-do tour.”
9local recommendations
Park
“After a long day of visiting Mayan ruins, take a refreshing dip in the blue hole at St Hermans national park. This is an inland cenote with crisp, clean, clear water. We will arrange your transfers and trips on your behalf.”
12local recommendations
Restaurant
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“824-3014 – #5 Burns Av, San Ignacio 6am – 9pm. Farm fresh meats and vegetables in a casual, friendly setting”
10local recommendations
Farmers Market
“Wonderful place to go food touring, get fresh organic fruits, and buy many other little stuff”
14local recommendations
Restaurant
“824-3366 – West Street, San Ignacio 6:30am-3:00pm every day. Breakfast all day. Lunch and dinner menus.”
8local recommendations
Park
“Guanecaste is where the two rivers meet. A gorgeous little Audubon-managed park with hidden treasures”
8local recommendations
Restaurant
“804-2522 – Savannah Road, San Ignacio 8am – 10pm - Local Favorite. Family friendly. Daily Specials. Menu available at hodesplace.com”
8local recommendations
Travel Agency
“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.”
7local recommendations
Bar
“Wings, Pastas, Burgers, etc. 5 minutes away by taxi. Hang out spot where according to them "every hour is a happy hour" so you can order your beer bucket, watch sports on the TV and on Thursday evenings etc. have loud music environment.”
4local recommendations
Restaurant
“If you don't mind waiting for a special meal Crave is the place to go. Mouth watering pork chops and delicious pasta all made to order!”
5local recommendations