We're more obsessed with history and culture than your average tourists.
We're a group of four well-travelled, educated, easy-going adults who live full-time in Yucatan and speak Spanish well.
We've been *fascinated* by what we've read about Belizean history, and we want to learn more about the country's ethnic and linguistic groups. But we haven't been able to find any tour or tour guides who specialize in the culture and history of Belize.
We'll be spending about four days in Belize while on our way to and from Tikal.
Do either Belize City or Belmopan offer any opportunities for learning about Belize's history, or about the Kriols, Garinagu, Maya, and other communities?
We love serious, in-depth information. Any possibility of hiring a student of sociology or anthropology as a guide?
What are our best choices/places/people for learning about Belize's fascinating history and ethnic communities?
We'll be very grateful for any and all tips and information you might provide!