San Ignacio is a small town located in the Cayo district of Western Belize, on the banks of the Mopan and Macal Rivers Just 67 miles from Belize City, San Ignacio is as easy to get to as it is full of adventure. It’s the largest town in the Cayo District, the area of Belize known for drawing adventurers and thrill seekers from all over the world.
San Ignacio is connected to its twin town, Santa Elena, by the only suspension bridge in the country, Hawkesworth Bridge. The construction of this historic bridge made the connection from Belize City to the adventure-filled Western regions not only possible, but easy.
San Ignacio at a glance
Attraction and unique Experiences: lobster Fest, Mud Bath in caves
Adventures : zip hanging, hiking. fishing, diving
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Established in 1976 by a hardworking Lebonese immigrant, this Belizean family owned and operated hotel has long been the centerpiece of San Ignacio town and thus Cayo society. Dubbed The Only Jungle in Town, charm and hospitality ooze from the very pores of this heartfelt hotel. 27 guest rooms and suites are set in the midst of a 17-acre private estate with close proximity to some of the most notable Mayan Ruins in Central America, comfort and peace may be found while adventure abounds in all directions.