CAHAL PECH

One of the oldest Maya sites in Belize, Cahal Pech (“Place of Ticks”) was once a robust city with a population of 10,000-15,000 people. During its heyday between 1200 B.C – 900 A.D. Cahal Pech was a one of the most important centers in the Belize River Valley Region. Located in the heart of San Ignacio, this is one of the easiest ruins to reach and also one of the most comfortable, with large shady trees providing a nice respite from the Belizean sun.

Drive Time from Table Rock: 20 minutes

Adventure Level: Easy.  The site is nicely shaded and easy to navigate.

What to Wear & Bring: Shorts or lightweight long pants, shirt, and comfortable walking shoes. Extra water, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and insect repellent are also great to bring along.

*Restrictions: None.

Duration: Half-day tour.

 

Combinations: Make it a full-day tour by combining Xunantunich.

 

  • Includes licensed guide, transportation to and from the lodge, and entry fees. Does NOT include lunch unless combined with Xunantunich.
  • Minimum two persons
  • A 50% cancellation fee applies to any tours booked and then cancelled by the guest less than 24 hours in advance
  • Prices subject to change without notice