• Birdwatching
  • Easy walks
  • Traditional chocolate making demonstration
  •  Cacao farm and medicinal plant walk
  • Volley ball, badminton, croquet, boulle, darts, mini-pool table, table tennis
  • Swimming pool


  • River tubing
  • Caves
  • Diving and snorkeling
  • Fishing
  • Jungle hikes
  • Birding


  • Mayan ruins
  • Home visits and craft demonstrations
  • Drumming
  • Chocolate tours

Toledo District has much to offer - diverse habitats, large nature reserves, ancient Mayan ruins, picturesque traditional villages, rivers and waterfalls and an extensive cave system.

The largest Mopan Maya village of San Antonio is less than 2 miles away.  The beautiful stone Roman Catholic church on the hill, with it's stained glass windows, is surrounded by the classrooms of the primary school established some years before the church was built.  Walking past the school you will hear the children reciting their lessons, and when the school bell rings they tumble out of the stone walled classrooms to play on the football field across the road.  On a quiet Sunday morning you can hear the church bells ringing in the distance from The Farm Inn.

The Farm Inn makes use of the services of the most knowledgeable tour guides in the district to ensure that you get the best possible experience, whether you want to go fly-fishing in the permit capital of the world, or explore the depths of some of the lesser known caves to uncover their secrets, or check off that elusive rainforest bird from your checklist.

For the hardened adventurer, take part in the Y'Axshe Conservation Trust's Ranger for a Day program, hiking the pristine jungle with park rangers patrolling the vast reserve to protect the fauna and flora from poachers and illegal farming activities.

Birders can walk our easy trails to spot a variety of birds from the understory edge of the jungle through to canopy species or travel further afield to increase the species count.   Within a twenty mile radius the habitats change dramatically from coastal forest through swamp lands, savannah grasslands to high forest.  Join the team counting migrating raptors at Cattle Landing from October to December annually.