Discover 1,000 years of Belizean history on this half-day tour of the Altun Ha ruins and Belize City. Step back in time to the world of the ancient Maya as you explore jungle-shrouded temples and palaces. Altun Ha Mayan Temples just 33 miles from Belize City was a small but surprisingly rich major ceremonial center occupied during the classic period. Walk through the same path of the Maya’s, amongst some of the mounds that have been partially excavated and restored
The biggest Mayan jade was found here. Altun Ha is a symbol of BELIKIN beer.
Take a journey back in time and explore the third largest Mayan Site in Belize. Lamanai which translates to “Submerge Crocodile”.
Located in the Orange Walk District the Lamanai temple complex sits atop a bluff and is spread out along the west bank of the New River Lagoon at a point where the New River flows from the lagoon on its 80-mile journey, north to Chetumal Bay and the Caribbean Sea.
The tour to the Lamanai Ruins site is a combination of a scenic tour through the New River and the New River Lagoon with the final destinations being the mayan site of Lamanai.
You will climb to the top of the temple, which is 33 meters tall. This temple is famous for the huge faces on the wall. They have weathered away, but you can see their faithful replicas.
This is a tour for 2 popular Maya ruins. You can enjoy beautiful nature that doesn’t change from ancient time and mysterious Mayan Civilization. A staff with lots of knowledge about Maya will guide you in Xunantunich and Cahal Pech. This tour includes a chartered car for all the whole day and lunch.
*The order to go 2 ruins might change
*Xunantunich: It is one of the largest Mayan ruins in Belize. You will cross the river by hand-operated ferry to go to Xuantunich. You can see the marvelous view from the top if it’s sunny.
*Cahal Pech: It is an old ruin and has a unique gate, Mayan arch, and the remains of the King’s dwelling like labyrinth.