Casa Blanca Guesthouse
San Ignacio, Belize
Casa Blanca Guesthouse
Your Home away from Home
Tour Guide in House
Restaurants close by
Our hotel rates at the Casa Blanca Guesthouse are between US$25 and US$50 for one person in a fan equipped room.
There is an additional charge of US$10 for each additional person.
A.C. is an additional cost.
We do not include service charge but tipping is welcomed.
If cancellation is made 30 days before expected date of arrival a levy of $30.00 will be charged. Cancellations 15 to 8 days prior to arrival a 50% charge will be made. 7 days or less prior to arrival the total amount will be charged. Same Day Cancellations will be charged in Full.
The Casa Blanca Guesthouse is not responsible for travel delays that cause you to miss your reservation.
We recommend that you protect yourself against unexpected cancellation fees by purchasing travel insurance.
Contact For Inquiry
For reservation information contact: Vilma Bolvito
Casa Blanca Guest House,
#10 Burns Avenue,
San Ignacio, Cayo District,
Belize, Central America
~ Phone Local: 824-2080
~ Phone International: +011-501-824-2080
San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize
There are many things to do and see in the Cayo District including Horse Riding, Hiking and Caving. Take a canoe trip down the tranquil Macal river where you soon feel surrounded by the tropical rainforest and are at one with nature.
Cayo was where the last independent Mayan people lived and many ancient sites can be seen.
San Ignacio and its sister-town Santa Elena in the beautiful Cayo district make up Belize’s second largest urban area. The two towns are connected by Belize’s only suspension bridge, the one-lane Hawksworth Bridge across the Macal river, built in 1949. The two are collectively referred to as the “Twin Towns” although San Ignacio has a larger population.
The Charm of San Ignacio
“Tucked away in a valley between two rivers, San Ignacio is a quaint little town filled with culture and beauty. It is surrounded by rolling hills and jungle vegetation. There is a soft stream that runs through downtown, connected by an emblematic old yellow steel bridge……” read more
by Ping Zhou, a geography lecturer at Eastern Michigan University and a writer for Geography at About.com
The Casa Blanca is the perfect base for exploring the places that make Belize so unique.
K’Atun Ahaw Culture and Eco Adventure Tours, one of Cayo’s premiere tour companies, is based in the hotel. Other tour companies are within walking distance.