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All bones and most ceramics have been completely covered by calcite from the dripping water which has left them with a sparkling appearance especially the full extended skeleton called the ‘Crystal Maiden’
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Enter the exciting world of rivers that disappear into the underworld as you float on inner tubes with only headlights to light your way. Experience the spectacular crystal formations of million years in the making.
Silently glide back in time aboard a canoe equipped with powerful spotlights as you enter a sacred realm of the ancient Maya. Barton Creek cave is part of a large riverine system and one of the longest subterranean archaeological sites in Belize.
Tikal Day Tour
The park has an area of 222 sq miles and has had no human settlement for the past 1000 years. It is home to 300 species of birds, 3 species of primates, deer, anteaters, and snakes making it a true tropical rainforest experience.
Xunantunich, also known as the “Maiden of the Rock” is the second tallest Mayan ruin in Belize. The largest pyramid, El Castillo stands 130 feet high above the main plaza and offers a panoramic view of the Cayo District.
Mountain Pine Ridge
Silently glide back in time aboard a canoe equipped with powerful spotlights as you enter a sacred realm of the ancient Maya.
Experience Tikal as the jungle comes alive. Howler monkeys and spider monkeys and toucans all sing as the sun fights an ongoing battle with the clouds
Located deep in the Chiquibul forest reserve, Caracol is the largest known Mayan site in Belize and one of the biggest in the Maya world. The drive to Caracol will take you through the scenic mountain Pine ridge forest reserve, home of Rio On Pools & Rio Frio Cave.
Cahal Pech is located on a hill overlooking the town of San Ignacio. It contains 34 structures located around several courtyards. A carved monument discovered at the Cahal Pech is also the earliest carved stela for the eastern Mayan lowlands.
Located across the Belize/Guatemala border, Yaxha (blue/green – water) has 500 buildings on 3 sq. kilometers and is located on a slope overlooking a major lake of the same name. From the top of its temples, the view is water or jungle to the horizon, a view so unique to the Maya.