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All reviews mayan ruins close to town small ruin smaller site steep hill great site ruin site walk around entrance fee maya site self guided couple of hours well worth the visit own pace sites belize ticked
The area can be reached by foot from downtown, be sure to carry water with you since the temperatures can get high and there are hardly shops on the road. You should take your mosquito repellent and suncream as well. The ruins are accompanied by...More
Small area of ruins just on the edge of town. These ruins are not as grand and "famous" as others in the area but are still a quite nice place to explore for an hour or so. And you can get up close and personal!
We had airline issues and lost a day of vacation at airports. We really wanted to see Cabal Pech. It opened at 6 am so we showed up bright and early. We hired a guide who was there. His name was hector and he was...More
We stayed nearby, so it was easy to spend a couple of hours at the site and not feel overwhelmed.
As compared to other sites in the area, Cahal Pech is really quite small. The nice thing about the site is that it is relatively...More
I visited for about an hour on a Sunday afternoon and had the entire site to myself. Entrance fee is minimal. There are some local tour guides who hang out at the entrance and try to get you to buy a guided tour but I...More
I'd been to Tikal in Guatemala the day before, so perhaps my expectations were a little high going into this.
However, it's just a short drive or longish walk from the heart of San Ignacio, so it's worth walking around and checking out the ruins...More
This place was literally next door to where we were staying so easy to visit. We spent about 40 minutes in the museum first and then walked to the site along beautifully landscaped walkways. The site is well excavated and very interesting. Worth every penny...More
No, the ruins are accessible by a path that runs at a good gradient. To full explore the ruins you might struggle up and down some of the steps but from what I remember you can walk around them on a flat surface
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I think it opens around 9am and closes sharply at 5pm. Good little tip is to get there around 4:30 and then you can stay as long as you like after it closes. I am almost sure you might be able to visit after it closes... More
I think it opens around 9am and closes sharply at 5pm. Good little tip is to get there around 4:30 and then you can stay as long as you like after it closes. I am almost sure you might be able to visit after it closes. However, it not worth the trip if you have to travel far or have limited time. Go and see Xunantunich, but be warned they will not let you in after 3:30pm even if you're a few minutes late.
If time isn't an issue see Cahal then Xunantunich.