Belize Shuttle by William is one the most reliable transportation companies in Belize. You can count on William Shuttle for private transfer from Belize city to San Ignacio or many other destinations throughout the country. Door to door pick up and drop off can be easily arranged. The airport shuttle service is available by reservation only, the contact form has all the details required.
Traveling from LAX, Denver International Airport or any Airport worldwide with flights to Belize. The Philip Goldson International will be your pick-up location, as it is the only international airport in the country.
There are a number of Airbnb’s Hotels and resorts in the San Ignacio area, which William shuttle service provides one way or round-trip to. William has and will continue to answer the transportation needs of wonderful people just like you to travel throughout the country.
Belize Shuttle top requested destinations and Travel time.
- Philip Goldson International Airport (BZE) Belize City to San Ignacio. Travel time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, longer if a stop is requested.
- Belize City Water Taxi (ferry) to San Ignacio. Travel time is the same as going to the International Airport. Our shuttle is the best option if you are travel from San Ignacio to Caye caulker.
- Transfers between San Ignacio and Placencia. Travel time: approximatly 3 hours
- Transfers between San Ignacio to Hopkins Village. Travel time:
- Belize City to Dangriga Travel Time:
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Belize Shuttle offers high quality service at incredibly low prices! Whether you’re traveling for leisure or on a budget, Belize Shuttle by William provides excellent ground transportation, while making positive impact on sustainable tourism.
Take advantage of their group transportation rates for transfers throughout country. Book today and enjoy a safe and comfortable ride to your destination in Belize!
San Ignacio Town.
There are many reviews about San Ignacio from many people who have been here or perhaps even moved down here. It’s a nice town and while there are many other ways to travel to this part of Belize, you will find that a shuttle ride is safe, comfortable and reliable.
Since the existence of Airbnb in Belize, William Shuttle has gotten many requests for transfer to a listing of Airbnb as well as Hotels and Resorts in and around San Ignacio town.
You're here on this site. Stop! Think!! YES! SAN IGNACIO is the Place to explore inland and William can take you THERE.
For William, this town is the destination that he will always look forward to coming back to, even after already being on the road for the whole day. Although there are places to stay for the night, there is no better consolation than returning home to relax.
San Ignacio is located inside the Maya mountains about 400 feet above sea level in the Mopan Valley, surrounded by the Macal and Mopan rivers, lush green jungle year round and friendly people that makes you wonder what’s wrong with where you migrated. You’ll experience it when you’re here and you can tell William if he was wrong on your shuttle back.
Visitors who come to experience all that Belize has to offer usually stay in 2 or 3 destinations. These destination includes: Placencia, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, Hopkins and other locations in the Maya Mountains for a more "off the beaten path" adventure. Many times you travel in Belize and converge in San Ignacio town, where tours like Tikal. We can assist you in arranging a transfer from San Ignacio to Tikal. The ATM Cave, Iguana Hatchery and many more can be enjoyed.
Some of the photos attached will give you a slight impression of the area… it’s like West Virginia with palm trees.
Accommodation in San Ignacio
The San Ignacio and Santa Elena Town area has about 70 properties spread throughout the area. Many of them with superb reviews on Trip Advisor. They range from Inn to Guesthouse and Hotels to Luxury Resort and the many destination Belize Shuttle take wonderful travelers to each year.
The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Cahal Pech Resort and Mystic River are just a couple of the exceptional place to stay. Today with would like to introduce to you Cocopele Inn, an awesome place to stay with all the amenities and facilities to make you feel right at home and is conveniently located just 10 mutinies from downtown. If your are looking for a tree-house experience, you may wanna visit Parrots Nest in Bullet Tree Falls one of the many places Williams shuttle service can take you.
Great Accommodation Starting at $39.50USD per night
Cocopele Inn is only a 10 minutes walk from Burns Ave, San Ignacio.
A little about in food in San Ignacio
This quaint little town flourishes with supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, bars and gift shops. The heart of San Ignacio has a positive local vibe, with a bustling market and steady flow of immigrants. Boasting some of the best and highly rated restaurants, the diversity and style of cuisine in Cayo is enough to blow your mind.
Restaurants such as, “Pops Restaurant and “Ko’ox Han Nah”, have been an all-time favorite and most recommended restaurants in town.
Pops Restaurant opens at 6:30 am to 3:00 pm. Their breakfast menu, coffee, and fresh orange juice have attracted both tourists and locals. The Menu is described as healthy and wholesome. It is a mixer of Belizean and American dishes, with great options for meat lovers and vegetarians.
A must stop for breakfast
Ask any tourist you know in San Ignacio, if they have truly been here, and ask where they recommend for breakfast, most of them will say Pop's. The food is great, nice diner atmosphere, and you can get from American to English, to Belizeans breakfasts, at great prices, and very very delicious flavors. There is a reason he had to expand his place, his food is just that good.
Lunch and Dinner in town
Ko’ox Han Nah means “Let’s go eat” in Maya. Locally known as Hannah’s, this iconic establishment is the perfect place for lunch or dinner. The menu is short, with a mixer of Indian and Belizean cuisine. This quaint restaurant has attracted many tourists in search of Belizean food with popping flavors.
Out of this World!!!
Ko-Ox Han nah was mine and my husband’s favorite place to eat while visiting San Ignacio. We stayed there for 3 nights and went there at least 3 or 4 times. Their food is delicious, a variety of food options, always specials, and the drinks alone will have you coming back! All in all, you cannot get a better quality or amount of food for your money! Also, the people who run the place are so friendly and helpful, especially when not knowing what to choose. Lastly, try the lamb curry, out of this world!
Other ways of traveling to San Ignacio, Cayo
They are many ways for you to travel to San Ignacio Town. Taxi Service, Bus service or private cars are some of the transportation options. A private or shared shuttle is highly recommended as it can be arranged to suit your travel time. Your driver (Chauffeur) may suggest a tour or tour along the way between locations.
Bus from Belize city to San Ignacio
The chicken bus from Belize city to San Ignacio is how majority of Belizean get around. These buses are often overcrowded, making stops at every village along the way. They are the cheaper alternative to a shuttle, running every half hour from downtown San Ignacio. Bus from San Ignacio to Placencia, requires you to change bus at the Belmopan terminal.
Other bus route options
- bus from Belize city to Flores
- Belize city to Chetumal bus
Flights To San Ignacio Town
Flights to and from San Ignacio is limited to only one flight from Belize City and San Pedro, to the airstrip located about 15 minutes from San Ignacio, known as Mayan Flats Airstrip.
Belize Shuttle goal
As Belize shuttle team, our goal is to take away your fear of how to get from point A to B in a country that is totally new to you but is our home, in a way that makes you remember our service as being part of your special vacation time.
Providing the shuttle transfer with some of the best and most dedicated, experienced drivers in the field with a combined 100-year knowledge in tourism and/or driving, that are passionate in what they do and are happy to share our country and history with you.