The only tourist office in the Cayo District, this is a helpful, air-conditioned modern place in the central plaza. As well as an exhibition on Cahal Pech, a short film about the region runs on a loop.
From visa and passport information to marriage advice and hurricane preparedness tips, the US embassy can help. The embassy also hosts a program of events such as Screen on the Green; see the website for details.
Convoy tours to Caracol leave from this military-manned ranger station in the Mountain Pine Ridge area between 9am and 9:30am daily. Even if not in convoy you'll need to sign in here.
The British High Commission provides consular service, including advice on general travel, lawyers and overseas voting, and helps with the usual visa and passport dilemmas.
Cayo's only immigration office offers 30-day visa extension stamps for BZ$50. It's often busy so you'll probably need to queue.
This Belmopan-based travel agency can organize flights, transfers and adventure tours throughout Cayo and Southern Belize.
Just north of the city center, this is the only emergency facility between Belize City and San Ignacio.
This Adventist hospital in Santa Elena is one of the best in the country.
Free emergency medical care at this government-run hospital.
Entry point to Mountain Pine Ridge area.