Blue Hole National Park
Blue Hole National Park
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Amanda Kerr
Blackfalds, Canada224 contributions
Jan 2023
A nice way to kill a bit of time. This activity is really cheap. I think it was $4BZD per person. The area is very clean and easy to access. It closes at 4PM, but you don't need a whole lot of time here. You can swim in the Blue Hole, the water is not cold. There are some stairs, so anyone with mobility issues may have a bit of trouble.
Written 22 January 2023
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John S
Saint Clair, MI523 contributions
Dec 2022 • Family
We stopped off while driving the butterfly road. There's a park employee there collecting a small fee to visit and there's a gate to close the parking lot after hours. There's changing rooms and restrooms there.

The pool area is small and they've built a cement entry and viewing area. There's really not much there, but it's a great spot to stop off and take a quick swim to cool down.
Written 4 January 2023
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Helen L
10 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
lovely
arrive before midday and youve a good chnace of having the place to yourselves
as we left 1200 ish 2 bus loads of ppl arrived and in the afternnon local school kids come to cool off according to the driver.
step steps down can be slippy and the mossies were out in force.
Written 13 August 2022
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Science8
Nesconset, NY79 contributions
Jul 2022
Nice, cool rfershing spot to stay a couple of hours. There's a cool trail to hike on to. There were too many mosquitoes for my daughter so we only went about 1/4 through LOL...we LOVED the swim though.
Written 20 July 2022
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alyosha666
Chicago, IL486 contributions
Jun 2022
Great quick stop after cave tubing. We pretty much had it to ourselves, which was nice. Bring your snorkel mask! You can use it to peer into the water to see the underground cave entrance (blue area).
Written 5 July 2022
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Philip K
Plano, TX3 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
Visited the Blue Hole National Park on 6-21-2022. The actual swim pool was very nice. The crime ring that broke into my rental and stole my wallet and cash, not so much. I believe workout proof the attendant was involved.I filed a police report, and they miraculously found my wallet the next day on the highway, no cash of course. Also I had all of my credit cards returned with the exception of my company card. Different name on the card, it must have gotten mixed in with the other stolen wallets/purses and in the confusion of not having my actual name on it, I did not get it back. I recommend if you visit, to take all valuables with you. It's a short hike, and not worth the chance.
Written 24 June 2022
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ShomiS69
Los Angeles, CA169 contributions
Jun 2022
easily accessed and cool with potential for adventuring deeper - walking distance from Jaguar paw and Caves branch resort
Written 22 June 2022
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MstqMI
Manistique1,320 contributions
Mar 2022
We stopped at the Blue Hole as part of our tour to Xuanantunich. We were the only ones there. It was kind of neat with the jungle all around it. There were small fish swimming in it and they didn't seem to be bothered by humans. The water felt a bit cool so we got in for a few minutes, basically to say that we did it. There are bathrooms (not very nice) and changing rooms (better than bathrooms). I wouldn't make a special trip to go there but it was on our way.
Written 24 March 2022
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Qinglin
Kirkalnd,WA15 contributions
Feb 2022
On February 2, 2022 I went to the in-land Bluehole National Park from Bellmorpan. It is easy to do by yourself by taking a bus to Dangriga or Punta Gorda or drive. When you see the park sign, ask the driver to let you off. The jungle hike was easy and tranquil with lots of birds. Unexpectedly there was an outfitter for cave tubing at the entrance. It is called Upside Down. For $50US they will provide the tube, life jacket and a headlamp. The guide will lead you for a short hike to the cave. Then, pull you upstream for about 30 minutes. On the way they explained the formation of the cave, animals who live inside and point out the tiny bats that hang on the roof. They will let you turn off the lamp to experience the total darkness and quietness. Finally, we flowed down stream back to the cave entrance. They are knowledgeable and very friendly. They are a local small outfitter who live in the village nearby. No reservation is needed and no limit on 2 minimum. I went by myself and they still happily did it. Afterwards, they even invited me to ride with them to a restaurant near where they live. I felt that they are professional and kind. There were lots of Rough-winged Swallow at the entrance. I was told there were lots of White-Collared Manakins also but I did not have time to look for it.

Highly recommended.
Written 1 March 2022
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Mic
Black Mountain, NC286 contributions
Dec 2021
My husband and I did the self-guided tour of St. Herman's Cave. For a minimal fee, you gain entrance to the cave as well as the Blue Hole cenote a mile down the road. There is a hiking trail which connects the two, but we opted to drive given the heat. The parking lot and ticket booth are right off the highway. If you've already got a ticket from the cave, just show it to the attendant. The cenote is down a short path and several steps. Blue Hole is small, but lovely. It's quite refreshing to take a dip in the cold water. Make sure to wear bug repellent on your face because the mosquitos are brutal. There is a concrete ledge at the bottom of the steps where you can drop your towel & stuff. We were there in the middle of the week and there were only 2 other people.
Written 23 December 2021
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