The Cayo District Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Cayo District - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Barton Creek Cave

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This wet cave in a remote area off the Mountain Pine Ridge Road offers a canoeing adventure in Xibalba (the Mayan underworld.) You'll...

Chalillo Lake

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Chalillo Lake was created in late 2005 by the controversial damming of the Macal River for an electric power plant owned by the Canadian...

Elijio Panti National Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Named after the famed Guatemala-born herbal healer who died in 1996 at the age of 106, Elijio Panti National Park is the latest addition...

Green Hills Butterfly Ranch and Botanical Collections

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

Green Hills is the largest and best of Belize's butterfly farms open to the public, with about 30 native species in a huge flight area...

Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve

  • Forest

This reserve is a highlight of any journey to Belize and an adventure to reach and explore, although the scenery may remind you more...

Río Frio Caves

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Río Frio Caves are only a few miles by car down a steep track, but ecologically speaking, these caves are in a different world. In the...

Thousand Foot Falls

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Inside the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, Thousand Foot Falls actually drops nearly 1,600 feet, making it the highest waterfall...

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