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Lynx1963 wrote a review Mar 2020
Lebanon, Missouri8 contributions
Small village with some foundations. Lots of pottery pieces. No one there while we were there, but gate was open. We enjoyed ourselves. We had lots of big spray and went early morning. This is in early excavation. Hopefully they will be able to continue.
Date of experience: March 2020
Froglady wrote a review Feb 2020
Chicago, Illinois10 contributions1 helpful vote
Dress correctly for the bugs. If you don't you won't stay long enough to enjoy the site. Hopefully they'll get funding again soon.
Date of experience: January 2020
Lisa G wrote a review Dec 2019
Victoria, Canada37 contributions4 helpful votes
We would have loved to visit this site, but according to the sign at the head of the trail, the site is closed until further notice. When we returned to our hotel, we googled it, and apparently the management of the site is changing but they do not have anyone to care for it at the moment.…
Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
Jahnika E wrote a review Nov 2019
Marco Gonzalez is a special place. Seriously, from you reach the starting point of this site you feel attached. You come across a diversity of rare plants.
Date of experience: May 2019
DespSt wrote a review Sep 2019
103 contributions14 helpful votes
20 minute drive south from Victoria House and Mahogany Bay. Signage is good, if you enjoy history it's a great place to visit. Don't expect uncovered Mayan ruins, but remnants of small buildings and mounds. Lots of pottery fragments, shell, and stone mounds. Protected from the ocean breeze, so prepare for heat and bugs. 10 minute walk to site on boardwalk through mangroves.…
Date of experience: September 2019