Located off the famous Hummingbird Highway, lies this 300 acre private ranch with over 3500 ft of frontage along the Sibun river. Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful regions in Belize’s this region is the eco tourism capital of Belize and home to Ian Anderson’s Caves Branch, the Blue Hole and Hermans Cave. Limestone mountains in this region are home to countless unexplored caves filled with Maya art and artifacts.
This farm is made up of several valleys and open pastures and also has a forested riverbank and several hills with varying elevations. Well maintained and fully developed with caretaker’s quarters and equipment. It is currently fenced and runs as an active farm.
Located 7km off the Hummingbird Highway on an all-season road, this farm includes a 3 acre lagoon and a creek that runs through the length of the property and 150 acres of natural jungle offering a habitat that is rich in wildlife. The remaining 150 Acres consists of pasture with several species of fruit trees, fenced areas for livestock and a home site for the resident caretaker and his family. The property also boast the highest mountain in the region offering magnificent views of the surrounding area.
Hardwood can be found on the property and includes Mahogany, Cedar, Santa Maria, and Salm Wood. Wildlife seen on the property include Jaguar, Tapir / Mountain Cow, White-Tailed Deer, Brocket Deer, Gibnut (Paca), White Lipped and Collared Peccary.
• 3500 ft of riverfrontage
• Fertile soil
• Panoramic views
• Unexplored caves