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Mayan RuinsSan Ignacio, Cayo
80 USD per Person
DescriptionTour Cahal Pec Mayan Ruin which means, “Place of Ticks” and is located in the northwestern part of the Cayo District and tour Xunantunich Mayan ruin which means, “Maiden of the Rocks” and is located in the extreme western part of the Cayo District across the Mopan river.\nCahal Pech Mayan Ruin – During the middle and late pre-classic period, Cahal Pech may have been the primary center of the central Belize river valley region. Pleasant, ceremonial center perched on a hilltop overlooking the town of San Ignacio and the river valley below.\nXunantunich Mayan Ruin – “El Castillo” adorned with an expressive architectural frieze is the tallest structure at the site (approx. 130 feet) and is visible for miles around. Part of Guatemala and western Belize can be seen from the top. We are transported across the river via hand crank ferry. After visiting both ruins, go for a refreshing swim at the inland Blue Hole, so don’t forget to bring your swim suits.
What to Bring
- Walking or hiking shoes
- Comfortable clothes
- Bug repellent
- Bathing suit
- Transportation from Blue Hole National Park
- Guided Tour to Xunantunich and Cahal Pech
- Park entrance fee
- Swimming at Inland Blue Hole
- Full day tour
- Leaving Blue Hole National Park around 8:30 a.m.
- This tour is led by experienced guides who provide interesting information on the Mayan ruins.
Note: Tours starts at Blue Hole National Park however transportation can also be arranged from/to the place you are staying
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