Pay a visit to one of the most astonishing Mayan sites in Belize. Admire the numerous temples, plazas, squares and the El Castillo pyramid.
Visiting this ZOO is a real pleasure! Come see more than hundred animals native to Belize - wildcats, monkeys and reptiles.
Come here to see the extensive cave which presents the history of the Mayan civilization. Admire their skeletons, ceramics and stoneware.
Ruins of Mayan city still dominated by several temples. Also, pay a visit to the adjacent museum housing the excavations.
Off the tourist track: This vast Mayan archaeological site prides itself on its huge amount of monuments, pyramids and sanctuaries.
Visit this striking Mayan landmark which served as a palace for an elite Mayan family who abandoned it in 900 AD.
Fascinating ruins of ancient temples dating back to 900 BC. Difficult to reach without an organised tour yet well worth it!
If you are interested in learning about the Caste War of Yucatán and visiting the Santa Rite Mayan site, then stop by in this coastal town.
Aptly situated on a peninsula, this Mayan site served as an intermediary link for traders and provided home to 1,100 inhabitants.
The first Anglican cathedral in former British Honduras is surrounded with historical cemetery. Notable architectural gem.
Nicknamed the Big Hat due to the cover on one of the stelas, this small-sized Mayan town is a stunner. Watch out for cougars and monkeys.
Former prison and now the most impressive museum in Belize. Amazing array of Mayan artefacts and memorabilia of the colonial history.
Occupied for 1700 years, this Mayan town was a significant political center of the region. There is little left to see nowadays.
Off the tourist track: This small rural Mayan site dates to 2600-1200 BC and reveals the lifestyle of the then inhabitants.
You will be wowed by the unique "in-and-out masonry" architectural style in which this Classic Mayan town was constructed.