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#1 of 3 things to do in Camelote
... anywhere else in the world, you will be able to swim in underground lakes, wade through subterranean rivers and waterfalls, climb in caves and stand next to ancient artefacts and the remains of human sacrifice.
... systems and caves that Mayans were exploring for centuries over 1000-1500 years ago (long before the Renaissance or Columbus' maiden voyage) to speak to the gods and perform blood-letting rituals and sacrifice.
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Cayo 24.3 mi away
#1 of 48 things to do in Cayo
There are several really nice gift shops with local textiles, carvings, jewelry, etc. at the place where the ferry takes your vehicle across the river, as well as one on site too, so take plenty of cash or a credi...
... explained everything to us and gave us a history on about Belize and stuff along the way. 2 hour bus ride was better than I expected once we got to ruins it was amazing and the guides there had so much informa...
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Actun Tunichil Muknal

Cayo 8.7 mi away
#2 of 48 things to do in Cayo
Along the way, with lifejackets, helmets and headlamps, we traversed very interesting cave features, and then Mayan artifacts and, deeper into the cave, human remains thought to be from human sacrifices.
But it's fun and the main chamber is fascinating - you get to see calcified mayan ruins, including skeletons in there, making it like a museum, but fully intact in their original surroundings.
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Belize Botanic Gardens

San Ignacio 20.1 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
Adjacent to Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge, Belize Botanic Gardens is a labor of love, a marvelous place for botanist and birders to stroll and observe.
We wandered around the gardens for a few hours.

The Belize Zoo

La Democracia 18.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in La Democracia
... Fruitloop-finding Toucan, the most deadly snake in Central America: the Fer de Lance, eardrum-wrecking Howler Monkeys, fresh and saltwater Crocs and the star of the show: the one-year-old Jaguar: Junior Buddy!
The staff are all very wonderful and knowledgeable, and the gift shop is very neat and has a lot of unique souvenirs!
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Big Rock Falls

Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve 18.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve
While staying at Gaia River Lodge a short distance away, four of us recently grabbed some mountain bikes from the lodge and rode over to Big Rock Falls where we hiked down to the water.
The trail down to Big Rock is pretty steep – there are a few sets of steps with handrails but there are nails in the steps (to create traction, I assume?) so make sure you wear shoes!
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Barton Creek Cave

Cayo 12.1 mi away
#8 of 48 things to do in Cayo
The cave is amazing, with wonderful natural formations which seem to get better as the boat ventures ever deeper, and the awe increases with signs of Mayan rituals, including evidence of human sacrifice.
Everyone, if you want a truly unique experience with the most energetic and authentic guide, we recommend only one person: David.
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St. Herman's Cave

Belmopan 1.9 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Belmopan
The view from the small hike is awesome- you can see all the nearby orange orchards and highway along with the hills over the area.
I loved it when our small group all turned off our headlamps and enjoyed some time riding in the dark!
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Belize True Adventures

Armenia 8.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Armenia
He brought us to excellent restaurants (our favourite being a roadside quesadilla joint in Belmopan with an open-fire grill top and stray cats and dogs hanging out), supervised and guided our zip-lining and cave t...
We were greeted by Robin for our private tour, who over the 1.5hr drive to the Belize-Guatemala border gave us a ton of information about the country, its history, its people, and about growing up in Belize.

Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins & Museum

San Ignacio 18.6 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
Words cannot really express how grateful I was to be able to walk around this historical area freely and experience it at my own pace.
It was lovely to walk around exploring in the late afternoon and the attached museum has some great exhibits.
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Blue Hole National Park

Belmopan 1.9 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Belmopan
The Swimming area is a small natural pool with a great depth and ice cold refreshing water for the hot weather in Belize.
We then took a 45 minute trail to get to the Blue Hole pond, and we took a lovely and refreshing dip amongst fish in the very clear blue water.
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Rio On Pools

Augustine 21.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Augustine
There's a picnic area at the overlook just past the parking area for the trail that leads to the pools.
We had a lot of fun walking and listening to the water falls.
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Green Iguana Conservation Project

San Ignacio 18.0 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
Located at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel, the Green Iguana Conservation Project offers you an opportunity to learn about and touch iguanas while supporting the efforts to fortify the iguana population in Belize.
... and interesting plants.If you get the chance start your day with breakfast at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel and do some bird watching on the deck, the tours for the Iguanas leave every hour from the hotel lobby.
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#3 of 9 things to do in Belmopan
Our guide was very informative, helpful, and safety conscious on the easy hike through the jungle to get to the launch point on the river and also through the float through the mile long cave.
Our cave tubing and the jungle trek instructor Carlos was an excellent guide and gave us a lot of info on the life and culture of the Mayan people and he was himself of a Mayan descendent.
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Eden Valley Mayan Kitchen

Santa Elena 17.2 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Santa Elena
Yesenia was so knowledgable about Maya cooking and we loved every minute of our experience with her and her family, learning how to make corn tortillas, tamales, Maya soup, and Maya chocolate from scratch.
We made an entire meal, including a delicious soup with chicken and vegetables, homemade tamales, tortillas and tostadas and a traditional Mayan chocolate drink.

San Ignacio Market

San Ignacio 18.0 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
The market is a vibrant place full of all the fruits and veggies from local framers, local fresh prepared food, and there are many local artisans that display their work for sale too.
The lively atmosphere makes this market a must-do for us tourists, although the locals come here to shop and eat.
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Rio Frio Cave

Cayo 20.9 mi away
#16 of 48 things to do in Cayo
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True Vine Adventures

Santa Elena 17.6 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Santa Elena
Brainard was our tour guide and picked us up at our resort early for a day of adventure!
Brainard was a great guide and a wealth of knowledge.
#9 of 30 things to do in Belize City
It was a lot of fun, we saw some beautiful cave formations and enjoyed the opportunity to cool down in the river.
A Highlight of Our Trip - Edwin is a Great Guide!
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Lamanai Chocolate Company

Armenia 2.6 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Armenia
Roger and his wife were very friendly, and informative.
There are cacao nibs, cacao beans, coffee and other products for sale.
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1000 Foot Falls

San Ignacio 13.2 mi away
#7 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
Spectacular views and great birds on the access roads through the pine forest and around the viewing area.
We had a rental car and wanted to check out MPR so ventured in during dry season in April.
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