thousand foot falls
Water falls farther, here.
Thousand Foot Falls is a sight to behold. With 1,290 acres designated as a monument within the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, it is located only an hour and a half from San Ignacio Town.

Did-you-know that the actual height of this waterfall is 1,600 feet?

This waterfall is picturesque and is the highest waterfall in the country. It is also thought to be the highest in the entire Central American region. 

Adventures are endless here. Take a hike down the trail and enjoy a refreshing dip into the freshwater stream. This stream runs through the Maya Mountains, down Thousand Foot Falls and into River Valley-Roaring Creek. The water stream eventually connects to the Belize River.

Get ready for nature-adventure that is second to none. Explore Thousand Foot Falls! 

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