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Make Your Way Down the Macal

The best way to see a country is through its culture and its nature. The guided canoe tour, offered through Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve, hits both very important points. Read more >

Ancient Ruins of Xunantunich

Mayan ruins can be found all over this tropical oasis, and one of the most mystifying sites to see is the Mayan site of Xunantunich in the city of San Ignacio.  Read more >

The Blue Holes of Belize

If you don’t have time to make it the Great Blue Hole off the coast of Belize, it’s not a problem, a little over an hours drive away from Hidden Valley you can find Saint Herman’s Caves and Blue Hole. Read more >

Art History in the Making

Belize affords plenty of wonderful opportunities to see and learn about Mayan artifacts, but what about the art still being created in the country today? Read more >

A Zoo Built Just for Belize

Belize has beautiful wildlife, and while you’re at the Hidden Valley Inn, you will likely see quite a bit of it on the reserve.  Read more >

A Sight Worth Earning

If you’re traveling to Belize, chances are you’re interested in beauty that’s both natural and historical. Read more >

Fry Jacks, Panades, Escabeche, and Soursop Wine, The Cuisine of Belize

Since it's unlikely that you have a Belizean restaurant in your neighborhood, here are four things you might look for on the menu while dinning in the Maya Valley. For breakfast, look for fry jacks. Read more >

What to Expect From Our Newest Vacation Package

Thanks to Hidden Valley Inn’s newest partnership with the Victoria House, a luxurious hotel located on the stunning shores of Belize, getting the best of both worlds has never been easier. Read more >

What to Expect From Our Newest Vacation Package

Thanks to Hidden Valley Inn’s newest partnership with the Victoria House, a luxurious hotel located on the stunning shores of Belize, getting the best of both worlds has never been easier. Read more >

Hidden Valley's "Big 5" for Bird Watching

It’s believed by conservationists that the Hidden Valley Reserve is home to approximately half of Belize’s "avifauna," a term used to describe birds specific to a region. Read more >

Zip Line Your Way Through Belize

You’ve explored the lush jungles of Belize on foot, now take to the trees with an exciting zip lining tour at Calico Jack’s Village. Located just 30  45 minutes from our Hidden Valley Inn, Calico Jack’s is known for their safe and adventurous zip lining tours.  Read more >

Breathe In and Breathe Out in Belize

To us, Belize is about more than finding adventure in the natural world. It’s a home for spiritual renewal, inner reflection and a retreat for the body, mind and soul. We get it, and that’s why we provide our guests with unique and relaxing yoga experiences at Hidden Valley Inn.  Read more >

Refresh Yourself

If you’re planning a hike or adventure through the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, we know a great place to stop for a break and cool off. Rio On Pools, located less than a half hour from the Hidden Valley Inn, is a series of cool, crystal-clear pools separated by smooth granite rocks, punctuated with picturesque waterfalls. Read more >

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