Belize District
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Our most recommended Belize District Photography Tours

  • Belize City: Half-Day Altun Ha Temple & Belize City Tour

    1. Belize City: Half-Day Altun Ha Temple & Belize City Tour

    On your way to Altun Ha, enjoy a panoramic city tour and see all the points of interest, such as the old colonial-style buildings that still stand in Belize City. See the light house, the Belize sign, the wealthy portions of the city called the Kings Park zone, the school district, the hospital, the central Bank of Belize, and the prime minister’s home. Drive north for about one hour to the Mayan temples. On your way, see the different ecosystems of flora and fauna. Altun Ha was an important Mayan religious and trading center dating back to 200 BC. The site was first excavated in 1963 and researchers believe that it was once home to 10,000 people.  At the site, enjoy a guided tour of the entire ancient city, learn about its history and construction style of the buildings. Travel back in time and try to imagine how the Mayan people lived.

    The ruins were amazing. Very easy to get around and view each of the ruins. The view was so nice from the top.

  • Belize City: Lamanai Maya Ruins & River Boat Safari w/ Lunch

    2. Belize City: Lamanai Maya Ruins & River Boat Safari w/ Lunch

    Meet your guide at the Cruise Ship Terminal or in your hotel lobby, depending on the option selected. Relax as you board the air-conditioned vehicle and set off for a 1-hour road trip. Along the way enjoy views of the old Belize river, rural villages, fruit trees, and birds. When you arrive at the dock, board your boat for the 1-hour cruise on the New River. Be sure to watch for iguanas, crocodiles, turtles, birds, and water-lilies. At the Lamania Maya Site, your guide will lead you on a walk through the rainforest, scattered with ancient structures, to arrive at the Mask Temple. Your guide will share in-depth archeological information about the site. The Lamania Maya site is known for being the longest continually-occupied site in Mesoamerica. The thriving crocodile population in the nearby New River lagoon gave Lamanai its name. Lamanai is the Spanish historic name for Lama’ an/ayin, ...

    We enjoyed a long boat ride on the New River. Our guide pointed out animals, like a baby crocodile, and plants. It rained a little but not too long. The Laminai ruins were really impressive!

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What people are saying about Belize District

Really enjoyed the tour with Dennis. He was on time for the pickup. Shared information about the area on the drive and gave lits if interesting history about the site. It was a very hot day and he let me set the pace for exploring the area. Also was a solo trip to Belize. Other tour companies wanted me to pay double rate.

Dennis was an amazing and informative guide who had a real solid knowledge base about the history of the site. I never felt rushed or pushed and he took as much time as we wanted to see everything thoroughly. Great trip!

Fredd took me on the Altun Ha tour from Belize City. He was incredibly personable, knowledgeable, and made my day tour a memorable, educational, and fun experience. I would use this company again definitely.

Fredd was an amazing and very knowledgeable guide. we loved it tour. we did the half day Altun Ha ND Belize City tour. definitely will use this service again.

The ruins were amazing. Very easy to get around and view each of the ruins. The view was so nice from the top.