DISCOVER CULTURE

Come to Rio Blanco to witness the Rio Blanco Experience, which includes hiking the nature trails, swimming in the Rio Blanco pools, savoring Mayan culinary delights, and immersing oneself into traditional Maya village life

Thirty five minutes out of Punta Gorda Town, the Toledo District’s lush landscape opens up to the traveler. It reveals intriguing sights, among them the cascading, emerald pools at Rio Blanco. You will definitely be drawn to the RBNP to savor the Rio Blanco Experience, which includes hiking the nature trails, swimming in the Rio Blanco pools, savoring Mayan culinary delights, and immersing oneself into traditional Maya village life.

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  • star rating  The drive to this park alone is worth the trip! Rio Blanco is a very accessible trek into the Belizean jungle. The river itself is pristine and beautiful. Guided walks... read more

    coleenk781
    March 27, 2022

    star rating  I visited many parks in Belize during a two week stay. Most were clean and well maintained. Rio Blanco is not, and at $20BZ, the entry fee is... read more

    BackRoadBruce
    February 16, 2022

    star rating  My husband, kids (two teens ages 13 and 16), and I loved the waterfall and the flora we saw around the river itself. If you are expecting awe-inspiring, history book... read more

    avatar thumb Lisa F
    March 26, 2021

    star rating  My husband, kids (two teens ages 13 and 16), and I loved the waterfall and the flora we saw around the river itself. If you are expecting awe-inspiring, history book... read more

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    March 26, 2021
  • star rating  A cement walkway will take you to the falls. There is a large pool of water, great for swimming. In February it is possible to get behind the falls and... read more

    Raroboy
    January 31, 2020

    star rating  A cement walkway will take you to the falls. There is a large pool of water, great for swimming. In February it is possible to get behind the falls and... read more

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    January 31, 2020

    star rating  IT is a bit out of the way but worth a visit. The falls are tiny but set in beautiful surroundings. Loads of children had a swim, and there is... read more

    Ross B
    January 12, 2020

    star rating  IT is a bit out of the way but worth a visit. The falls are tiny but set in beautiful surroundings. Loads of children had a swim, and there is... read more

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    January 12, 2020
  • star rating  Hard to get to. There are buses but pay close attention to their schedule. Ask when they return even if you think you know. Or drive yourself.

    It’s... read more

    kenalexwhite2017
    January 2, 2020

    star rating  Hard to get to. There are buses but pay close attention to their schedule. Ask when they return even if you think you know. Or drive yourself.

    It’s... read more

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    January 2, 2020

    star rating  Our stop at the Rio Blanco Falls was the highlight of the hot day. We swam, explored behind the powerful falls, and I (nearly 60 years old) jumped off the... read more

    avatar thumb troutmoon
    July 7, 2018

    star rating  Our stop at the Rio Blanco Falls was the highlight of the hot day. We swam, explored behind the powerful falls, and I (nearly 60 years old) jumped off the... read more

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    July 7, 2018
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