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Altun Ha & The Olde Belize River

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Altun Ha & The Olde Belize River

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Zip Lining & Cave Tubing From Placencia
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Zip Lining & Cave Tubing From Placencia

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We venture across the country to Jaguar Paw where upon arrival we gear up out for a total of 8 zip lines, soaring through jungle canopy and over rivers. After about 1.5 hours of thrilling zip lining we sit down enjoy a lunch before spending the afternoon in the cave for a tube ride that will awaken your sense of excitement. Float through mysterious limestone archways beckoning you into the mouths of centuries-old caves, holding untold stories of Maya rituals
US$185.00 per adult
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terry j wrote a review Aug 2020
Stonehouse, United Kingdom220 contributions90 helpful votes
These buildings pop up all over the world - makes you wonder who drew up the plans. These ruins are very well kept
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Monte K wrote a review Mar 2020
Brimfield, Illinois, USA29 contributions11 helpful votes
Lots of stairs, but the view is great. Go early before it gets busy and lots of foot traffic. The museum is small but has some great info. Buy your gifts from the port at this site. They are the same as in port, but cheaper as these are the locals that make them.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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christopher l wrote a review Mar 2020
Houghton, Michigan26 contributions4 helpful votes
Well preserved Mayan history. We didn’t take a tour and went on our own. I like the fact that you could climb to the top of one of the pyramids. I would definitely recommend it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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B1714D wrote a review Mar 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,277 contributions2,296 helpful votes
We didn't book any tour from our ship, but rather explored on our own. When finished the Belize City "sightseeing" which took us only 2 hrs, as there's nothing to see nor do there, we opted for this trip. The decision was made as we had nothing to do for the remaining 6 hrs when our ship was departing. We haggled with a taxi driver around the port and managed to reach a price of US$ 60 for a return trip (he started with a 100). TIP: BEWARE of what $ you're speaking !!! The Belize $ is double lower (2 B$ = 1 US$), and the locals will always speak in the Belize one. Not knowing that, as tourists are used to US$ they'll often get extra double money. The ride to the ruins took slightly under an hour and the entrance was around 10$ if I remember correctly. The site is interesting, but pretty much the same as Chacchoben in Mexico we visited the day before. Here, you can climb the ruins top which we weren't allowed anywhere in Mexico. Count on around 1-1,5 hrs to visit the site, and again an hour back to the port.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Vicky B wrote a review Feb 2020
Corozal Town, Belize2 contributions
Love historical sites, especially ones in Belize. Looking forward to visiting again soon., hopefully soon.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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