Discover ancient Mayan architecture on an excursion through Belize's exotic landscapes. You'll enjoy stunning views and spot diverse wildlife as you make your way to the Lamanai ruins, one of the most famous sights in Belize. Accessible only by water and a brief hike, this adventure is fun for the whole family.
• 9 hours
Enjoy a full-day guided tour of Lamanai departing from Belize City. Embark on a river cruise then explore the Mask Temple, the High Temple and Jaguar temple and learn the history behind those sites from your guide. Take in the panoramic views and vibrant nature surrounding you on this small-group tour. Birdwatching, listening to the Howler Monkeys. This tour includes lunch, hotel/airport pickup and drop-off, entrance fees and transfer by an air-conditioned minivan.
• 8 hours
Step back centuries into the past on this 6-hour combination tour. From Belize City, cruise along the New River through the jungle to reach the ancient Mayan temples of Lamanai, and learn about what was the longest continuously occupied site in Mesoamerica. Enjoy a typical Belizean lunch after exploring the secluded ceremonial sites, plazas, and temple, then encounter the region's typical screeching black howler monkeys.
• 6 hours
On your way to the Lamanai site, visitors can enjoy a scenic boat ride along the New River lagoon. Morelet's crocodile and various species of birds, turtles and bats will be seen along on the way. You will also get to see a local Mennonite community. Most of all, you can enjoy being serenaded by Black Howler Monkeys!!
• 6 hours
Visting two tours in one day trip. Visit one of Belize's famous Mayan Ruin and taste the famous Tacos that all Belizeans love buying as breakfast or during the weekend.
• 8 hours
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!
• 2 hours
Step back centuries into the past on PRIVATE combination tour. From Belize City, cruise along the New River through the jungle to reach the ancient Mayan temples of Lamanai, and learn about what was the longest continuously occupied site in Mesoamerica. Enjoy a typical Belizean lunch after exploring the secluded ceremonial sites, plazas, and temple, then encounter the region's typical screeching black howler monkeys.
• 5 hours
This 2-day package highlights Belize's Maya archaeology, history and culture. Our river cruise to the Lamanai temples explores the New River and introduces you to the wildlife of Belize in the natural habitat. The temples of Lamanai are majestic and impressive, the ancient architecture and craftsmanship is sure to amaze. Delicious Belizean flavors and warm hospitality rounds out a very memorable experience.
• 2 days
This Private day tour offers your own Timing with your own tour guide, boat, vehicle transport. no need to wait on anyone or anything; experience the remote ancient site of LAMANIA, river boat trip sightseeing looking for Monkeys, Birds and Exotic Plants at your own pace. Enjoy a full day of nature and ancient culture. enjoy a local Belizean dish of rice and beans, plantain. we meet you at the cruise port, airport, water taxi or hotel.
• 9 hours
Visit the hidden Mayan city of Lamanai and discover the ruins of Belize’s most fascinating archeological site. Your guided day trip from San Ignacio takes you deep into the rainforest where monkeys and tropical birds inhabit hillside structures like the Mask Temple, Jaguar Temple and High Temple. Named ‘submerged crocodile’ in Mayan for the remains that have not been entirely uncovered, the remote site of Lamanai is reached by riverboat across New River (Rio Nuevo), followed by a short hike. Round-trip hotel transport is included.
• 9 hours