It’s a fact that Belize City is the transportation hub of the country. Visitors who are arriving at International Airport (BZE) in Ladyville can take a taxi to the Water Taxi, then on to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye or Caye Caulker. Traveling inland or to Belize’s Southern coast, will then need to travel to Belmopan City, San Ignacio, Hopkins, Dangriga, or Placencia. Many choose a shuttle this legs of their trip, however, and local flight can be taken also
Focusing on getting from Belize City to San Ignacio. A flight would be the quickest way with less opportunity to see the country. Ground Transportation allows a little more time to experience. Thinking of Uber! Uber is not available in Belize, there are plenty of reliable transfer providers.
We won’t discuss taking the buses, if you do, do so at your own risk. Car rentals are a good idea but not without a driver. In most cases, the rental company is the only place you can rely on help in case of a road emergency.
Here’s why we say that Shuttle transfers are the best of all other options. Our drivers are there to meet you at your location. During your transfer, stops and points of interest are a great way of exploring our country. A Round Trip transfer can be arranged for your travel time.
Driving from Phillip Goldson International Airport (BZE) in Belize City to San Ignacio.
From the International Airport, You travel on the Northern Highway, then turn left on the Boom road. Pass the Prison, then turn right of the round-a-bout a Hattieville. Take the Western highway to a second round-a-bout which is Belmopan City. Continue going west all the way to San Ignacio Town.
From Belize City – Take the Western Highway, passing the round-a-bout in Hattieville. A second round-a-bout near Belmopan City, from there, it’s on to San Ignacio Town.
Finally, William’s Belize Shuttle Service is the most reliable and comfortable shuttle for traveling to a destination in southern Belize. One-way or Round Trip via our shuttle service is one of the best ways to travel.
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We just had to mention San Ignacio, statistically speaking it’s our top service destination.