Surrounded at each end by nature, Midas Tropical Resort is a great location for vacationers who look forward to enjoying the natural side of Belize. From the river to the tropical flora, and the dozens of species of wild animals that roam the property, everything about Midas is magical.
Those hoping to dine on-site will particularly enjoy Midas Resort, since it's in an area featuring a good range of local restaurant options. You'll find an eclectic range of styles here, and those with a taste for Belizean and Indian food will find it nearby.
Set in the heart of the vicinity of San Ignacio, 49.1 miles south west of Lamanai, Midas Tropical Resort is a great choice for visitors who are interested in basing their vacation in this part of Belize. If you're curious, the center of San Ignacio is to the south west.
Each cottage features iron roofs, lighted walkways, screened windows, double beds, ceiling fans, and air conditioning.
The cabanas are wooden structures with private verandas and hammocks, with treated wooden floors, and double, queen, or king-sized beds.
Deluxe Rooms are actually suites with a lovely bay window bench, and a veranda with a hammock.
The Family Cottage has two large bedrooms, one room with a king-sized bed, and the other two doubles and a single. Air conditioning, television, and a private bathroom are also amenities.
La Casita Verde
La Caisita Verde is a two bedroom green house with a full kitchen, living room with cable television, and wireless Internet.
Upon reviewing its overall quality, we've awarded this resort a 3 star rating.
Xunantunich (Maiden of the rock’ or, ‘Stone Woman) is a Classic Period ceremonial centre located eight miles west of San Ignacio. At the village of San Jose Succotz, they cross over the Mopan River using a hand-cranked ferry and following the track through the bush, after ten minutes they reach the visitors centre and temples. The site was discovered in 1881 by Alfred Maloney, later the site was known as Mount Maloney.. Archaeologists state that the site at Xunantunich was abandoned sometime between 890 to 900 AD. Includes lunch and the site entrance fee. This tour starts from Midas Resort at 9:00am. Cahal Pech is a Maya site located near the Town of San Ignacio the Cayo District of Belize. The site was a palacio home for an elite Maya family, and though most major construction dates to the Classic period, evidence of continuous habitation has been dated to as far back as far as 900 BC during the Early Middle Formative period (Early Middle Preclassic), making Cahal Pech one of the oldest recognizably Maya sites in Western Belize. The site rests high near the banks of the Macal River and is a collection of 34 structures, with the tallest being about 25 meters in height. The site was abandoned in the 9th century AD for unknown reasons.The name Cahal Pech, meaning "place of ticks", was given when this site was a pasture during the first archaeological studies in the 1950s. It is now an Archaeological park, and houses a small museum with artifacts from various ongoing excavations.
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Another important item to research when picking a resort or hotel is the availability of nearby restaurants. Travelers looking for somewhere to eat will discover a small handful of restaurants close-by. Click here for more info on the availability of food in this area.
The services available to guests of this location, including the one named below, will help you take full advantage of the lodging and the surrounding area.
You'll encounter numerous attractions located near Midas Resort. On your itinerary, make room for nearby attractions like Green Iguana Conservation Project and .
One of the closest areas to the resort is San Ignacio. To get even more out of your stay, have yourself a side trip to a nearby town to gain some perspective on the country.
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Location: Branch Mouth Road, the vicinity of San Ignacio, Belize
Phone: (501) 824-3172
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