Franks Eddy

Frank’s Eddy is an established and viable village with many farmers producing citrus, corn and vegetables.  Potable water, electricity, and cell phone, restaurants, grocery stores, and school services are available.  The natural beauty of the area attracted the attention of investors who established resorts and offered the adventure of rafting on inner tubes of truck wheels in the Caves Branch of the Sibun River as it passes underground into a beautiful cave system. The Entrance road to Frank’s Eddy is at mile 36 1/2 on the George Price Highway and 1.5 miles on the Frank’s Eddy Road.

In keeping with the desire of the Belizean people to preserve the natural integrity of our natural resources, the Government affords protection of the caves and general area under the National Parks acts.  The activities offered the tourists include nature walks, cave tubing, zip line, and cultural presentations.  It is said that in a good year about five hundred thousand visitors pass through the park’s gate.




Today’s Frank’s Eddy village has a population of three hundred and seventy eight (378) residences consisting of Creoles, Mestizos, and Mayas.  The Mestizos group is the most numerous.  Tourism has become the main economic activity in the village.  You are welcomed to visit us.




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