St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park

Getting There St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park is located twelve miles southeast of Belmopan on the right side of the beautiful Hummingbird Highway. The park has two entrance areas with parking. At the St. Herman’s Cave entrance, you will find a picnic area, visitor center, gift shop, and trail heads. The second entrance provides easy access to the blue hole and also has a picnic area. Buses traveling on the Hummingbird Highway can drop you off at either entrance. – See more at: https://larubeya.com/placencia-belize-travel/?p=876&preview=true#sthash.RzoKNrUv.dpuf

Five Blues Lake National Park

A guided tour to Five Blues Lake National Park can be done on your way to Placencia. Find more details of this natural attraction below. WHAT TO SEE The park is centered around an intensely blue lake, still unexplored but so far thought to be 200 feet deep. It’s used for swimming and boating, and sits surrounded by ragged limestone hills, many with caves, and…