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We stayed at Ian Anderson's caves Branch Resort across the highway and walked over one day. What a lovely surprise. We met a few locals and enjoyed the cool relaxing water. A great place to go relax and cool off.
On the way back from the ruins, we stopped to check out the Blue Hole. Eight Belizean dollars to get it in a just a short walk down and you're there. It's a nice little spot to swim or just hang out. Easy to get...More
We visited the Blue Hole at the end of the day and there weren't many people there, as we heard there sometimes is. There is a lovely shallow part away from the Blue Hole that our young children enjoyed splashing in. The tall rock walls...More
We had a great time on our self guided hike, cave exploration and swim in the blue hole! Lots of fish in the clear blue waters. Really great grounds and facilities. Highly recommended and definitely worth every dollar.
We are 3 "old" married couples (ages 42 - 50) that are not what we used to be physically. I shattered my leg 2 years ago and do not have full range of motion in my ankle, my husband had a bottom-of-foot injury 3 days...More
This is a beautiful place to visit for 30 mins to an hour - when we stopped there, about ten mins after arriving, a bus load of teens came running and screaming down to the hole, so we left early. But it was still neat...More
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The Bluehole National Park is about 13 miles from Belmopan, But its on the Hummingbird HWY, you will either need to catch a bus to drop you off there, or hire a taxi or tour operator to carry you there or rent your own car... More
The Bluehole National Park is about 13 miles from Belmopan, But its on the Hummingbird HWY, you will either need to catch a bus to drop you off there, or hire a taxi or tour operator to carry you there or rent your own car. There are no lockers there to put your things, but perhaps you could leave them with the park rangers. To get to the blue Hole you have to go down some 100 steps, from where you pay. to get to the near by cave you have a 10 minute walk from the park rangers building.