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How Do You Get To Jaguar Creek?
Since we are about 18 miles inland a boat won't work - though that used to be the way folks got way back here! We assume you will be flying in and then driving so the driving directions are below.

Directions from the International Airport:

Go out the airport entrance road and turn right toward Belize City. The road meanders along the Belize River and crosses it via a narrow bridge (watch out for big trucks). Now you are into the city. Continue on until you get to a big traffic circle with lots of flagpoles in the middle. Get into the circle and make the first right onto Central America Boulevard, a major street (there is no sign). Continue on this until you get to another large traffic circle and again get into the circle and make the first right on to the Western Highway, following the signs toward Belmopan and San Ignacio. Almost immediately after making this right you will be going through a cemetery - a sign you have done it right! After around 50 miles, as you approach the Belmopan area, you will encounter a major paved intersection with signs indicating Belmopan and Dangriga. This is the start of the Hummingbird Highway. Turn left here (to the right is Guanacaste National Park) and continue to a traffic circle with a modern art centerpiece. Do not make a left here (goes to Belmopan) just go straight through it. You are now about 20 minutes away from Jaguar Creek.

Traveling south on the Hummingbird Highway from Belmopan: we are at Mile 42. The turn off is to the left just before the Blue Hole National Park's Blue Hole parking area. Signs for Jaguar Creek and Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Adventure Co. and Jungle River Camp, and a bus stop kiosk, mark the small dirt entrance road. Take this road and when it forks keep right. Park in front of the thatched entrance hut and walk in along the boardwalk until you come to the office - the first building you will find.

Directions from parts South:

Traveling North along the Hummingbird Highway, after the crest of the mountains and the Sibun River bridge, you will see a sign for Blue Hole National Park. The dirt road to turn off onto will be to your right shortly after you pass another sign that says Blue Hole. Signs for Jaguar Creek and Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Adventure Co. and Jungle River Camp, and a bus stop kiosk, mark the small dirt entrance road. Take this road and when it forks keep right. Park in front of the thatched entrance hut and walk in along the boardwalk until you come to the office - the first building you will find. Keep right when it forks. Park in front of the thatched entrance hut and walk in along the boardwalk until you come to the office - the first building you will find.

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