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Santa Rita Corozal

63 Reviews
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Santa Rita Corozal

63 Reviews
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2nd Street North, Corozal Town Belize
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marjoriep918 wrote a review Feb 2020
Metairie, Louisiana59 contributions8 helpful votes
A small Mayan ruin and a must see. This is a very small mound and beautiful grounds. It is within walking distance of much of the Corozal area but one of the more historical sites. We did not tour the ruins but did drive over to visit the site.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Brian S wrote a review Feb 2020
Chicxulub Puerto, Mexico344 contributions146 helpful votes
This is the only archaeological ruin in Corozal Town,and is AMAZINGLY difficult to locate! We live in Mexico and are accustomed to visiting Mayan ruins of all sizes, but Santa Rita was a huge let down. There is literally only one structure there, and the entire site is fenced off with chain link. The only entrance, where there was supposed to be someone to welcome us and take our admission fee, was locked at midday, with no one around. The signs indicated a $10.00 admission fee per person, which we felt was exorbitant based on what we could see from the street. We did not enter the site, but photographed the single structure (temple??) from the outside of the fence, then left. HUGE disappointment.....
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DonnaandCraig wrote a review Feb 2020
Doylestown, Pennsylvania392 contributions169 helpful votes
There's not much happening in Corozal. The Santa Rita Mayan ruins are within walking distance of the town center. Its worth a look but its really a very quick visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Elizabeth S wrote a review Sep 2019
Corozal, Belize12 contributions
This place is pretty hard to find as it is actually just a fenced in area right in the middle of residential housing. We payed the money for all of us to enter and the man said someone would come later to talk to us. Another man eventually arrived but didn’t offer any tour or even any info. It was neat to see an actual ruin but if you have to travel more than 10 min or so to see it you would be better or looking for something else to do. It takes about 5 min to climb to the top and look around the whole thing.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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mj7779311 wrote a review Aug 2019
16 contributions1 helpful vote
For a very nominal fee we have an amazing adventure at this Temple site. The history of the site it's fascinating. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly. We were the only two there at the time and he walked us to the top then climbed back down to take our pictures. The best part is it sits right in the middle of Corozal town. I would highly recommend a stop at Santa Rita if you are in Corozal town.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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