A few months ago Jarden and I started off our summer trip in Belize, a small country in Central America, bordered by Mexico and Guatemala….
During our recent summer travels from Belize to Mexico, we had a long journey crossing borders over land and sea. Specifically from San Ignacio,…
Belize turned out to be one of my most favorite countries I’ve ever visited, a large part due to all the crazy fun activities we got to experience while there. One of those experiences included a full-day horseback riding tour to the ancient Mayan ruins of Xunantunich with Mayawalk Tours, the same company that took us caving to ancient Mayan sacrifices!
Named by National Geographic as the #1 Sacred Cave in the world, the ATM Cave is located in San Ignacio, Belize where you can see ancient Mayan artifacts and human remains.
Caye Caulker is a 5 mile island in Belize, known for it’s “go slow” motto, chill, beach bar vibes, and amazing marine life. Well known for their snorkeling, Belize has the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world!