Nestled in a valley, about a 20-minute drive from the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena, the village of San Antonio, Cayo lies along the way to the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve. Populated by primarily Yucatec Mayas, the village is known for its artists and healers. The Garcia Sisters, Cayo’s famous slate carvers, are established there, and their Tanah Mayan Art Museum is worth the visit. San Antonio is also the home of the late Don Elijio Panti, shaman guide and herbal healer. The Elijio Panti National Park established in his honor is located just at the buffer zone of the village along with its neighboring villages of Cristo Rey and El Progresso. The village also boasts a Maya ruin, Pacbitun.