Sunset at Cahal Pech, Cayo, Belize

San Ignacio, Belize, Cayo, Maya, Mayan Ruins, Mayan Monuments, Eco-tours, ecotourism, ecotours, Flute, Bamboo Flute, Bansuri

It feels good to be back in Belize. A home away from home, this is my 6th time exploring this amazing little country. So why did I travel to Belize again?  The Save The Frogs Eco-tour to Belize is going to start on July 11th! I am incredibly excited to launch our first eco-tour to Belize and I know it will be a huge success!

Since the tour starts in a few days, I have some time to myself to relax and explore! Currently I am staying  in San Ignacio (Cayo). Cayo is located in western Belize near the Guatemalan border. I am making an effort to see a few of the Mayan Archaeological sites in the region. Yesterday I visited Cahal Pech, which is just a 20 minute walk from my hostel. Cahal Pech is quite a small site, but the pyramids are well preserved. I stayed there till well after dark. I couldn’t resist playing a few tunes in one of the plazas! In a couple days… the ancient city of Caracol!

Cahal Pech, San Ignacio, Belize, Cayo, Maya, Mayan Ruins, Mayan Monuments, Eco-tours, ecotourism, ecotours, Flute, Bamboo Flute, Bansuri

Do you want to explore the jungles of Belize with me next year? Find out how here: www.savethefrogs.com/trips

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