Your day starts with pick up at your desired location in Belize City. You will go fishing on the New River Lagoon for about 2 hours then you will be headed to the mystical temples of Lamanai which are a must see and must do adventure while visiting Belize. Located in the Orange Walk District, along the New River Banks, Lamanai is today considered one of the longest continuously occupied site in Mesoamerica. It was a large trading area as it has close proximity to Guatemala on the west and Mexico to the north. After your visit to the Mayan temples, you will head back to AyinHa where a delicious lunch will be waiting for you!
You will be picked up from your hotel or port at 7:30 am and head to AyinHa in the Lemonal Village. Here you will board your private fishing boat and ride a long Harry Jones Creek unto the Rio Nuevo Lagoon. After you have fished for a bit, you will then be taken to the majestic Mayan temple of Lamanai. Here you will enjoy a full site guided tour. After touring the temple, you will be served a delicious lunch at AyinHa Eco Park.Shortly after relaxing for a bit at AyinHa, your guide will transfer you to your hotel in Belize city or port. The New River Lagoon (Rio Nuevo Lagoon) has an abundance of fresh river fish to include base snook, tarpon, tilapia, channel cat fish and 7 types of cichlid fish to name a few. The Ancient Mayan Temple of Lamanai is located along the river banks of The New River, Orange Walk District, Belize. Known as the longest continuously occupied site in all of MesoAmerica. Lamanai pronounced Lama'an/ayin means "submerged crocodile." The structures found at Lamanai are some of the oldest in Belize and many believe that this site was of moderate in size dated as early as 1500 BC.