Toledo, the southernmost district of Belize, is a largely undiscovered area of rainforest, mountains, rivers, and Maya Villages. While formerly referred to as "the forgotten land", for its growing number of visitors it is "simply unforgettable". As the most sparsely populated and least developed region in the country, Toledo is for the visitor with imagination and a sense of adventure, the urge to explore and the spirit of a pioneer.
Kayak along the green waters of jungle clad rivers teeming with birds and wildlife, or swim in a pool beneath one of the waterfalls in a romantic and secluded jungle setting. Some of the best fly-fishing in the country is done in the nearby rivers. The Sapodilla Cayes offer great snorkeling, swimming, kayaking and diving. Five major protected areas have been declared wildlife reserves. These natural treasures abound with wildlife and over 2000 species of flowering plants.