St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park,located just off the Hummingbird Highway in Cayo District near Belmopan City. It is over 500 acres (2 km²) in area, and various natural trails, and a cool jungle pool. The park is managed by the Belize Audubon Society.
Over 200 species of birds, including unusual tropical species such as the slaty ant-wren, piratic flycatcher and red-legged honey creeper. Species considered local specialties are tody motmot and northern nightingale-wren. The ocelot, jaguarundi, and jaguar have all been recorded in Blue Hole National Park. The Blue Hole’s cool, turquoise waters, surrounded by dense forest, overhung with mosses, vines and ferns are the perfect spot for a cool and relaxing dip before continuing on to your next destination.
St. Herman’s Cave and Inland Blue Hole is an all-day tour departing San Ignacio Town at 8:00 AM ,returns back to town around 3:00 PM.After checking in, we gear up and make our way to St. Herman’s Cave. After the tour we then visit inland Blue hole.
Level of Difficulty: Easy
What to wear: Comfortable clothing for hiking around site and cave. Proper foot wear is recommended.
What to bring: Extra clothes, bug repellent, sunscreen, swimwear and cameras
What is included: Lunch, guide, entrance fees, transportation, and equipment