The list of things to do in San Ignacio Belize is almost endless. This town located in the Western District of Cayo has all the characteristics of an eco-adventure haven. While the town itself and its inhabitants lead a more rustic lifestyle, thousands of tourists visit this destination upon their arrival to Belize. San Ignacio is about two hours outside of Belize City via highway and is most known for its beautiful mountain ranges and pristine flowing rivers. Apart from hosting the most exotic resorts in the country, San Ignacio is also home to the Cahal Pech Maya ruin, the Macal River as well as the historic Hawksworth Bridge which connects it to its twin town, Santa Elena. Adventure seekers frequent the town to visit the beautiful Barton Creeks’ Cave and the world-renowned ATM Cave. And if all these attractions aren’t incentive enough, San Ignacio is also home to the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve where the 1,000 Falls and the Big Rock Waterfalls can be enjoyed. The beauty of San Ignacio also lies in the rustic lifestyle of its people. Market day is always an event as local vendors and farmers set up their stalls to display homegrown produce, handmade furniture, and hand-woven clothes and accessories. This small town located in Belize’s largest district truly has something for any and every voyager.