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You will depart from 9:00 AM from the city of Belize. Once you meet with the local guide, you will board the bus that will take you to the dock where you will take the boat ride.
Lamanai is an ancient Mayan city that was inhabited sometime in 1500 BC. The name Lamanai comes from the Mayan word La'man'ain which means 'submerged crocodile'. This Mayan site is one of the most visited Mayan ruins in Belize due to its rich history and impressive Mayan architecture. It is the only Mayan site in Belize accessed by boat.
Begin an excursion to Lamanai with a boat safari along the New River, which was once used as a Mayan trade route. On the way to Lamanai, you will see an abundance of exotic fauna and vegetation. You'll see protected Morelet crocodiles, spider monkeys, insect-eating bats that feed on insects, green iguanas and porcupines, a variety of herons. In the days when Mother Nature is good for us, we can see the rarely bearded tiger heron.
We recommend that you stay hydrated and use enough sunscreen. The tours begin with a visit to the museum and then a moderate walk to 5 pyramids around the circuit. It is not recommended for people with physical limitations. All our tour guides are local and intimately knowledgeable about the Lamanai area and have toured for the past 15 years. You will finish at the same starting point at approximately 4:00 PM.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|Adults (P/P)||50.00 (USD)|
|Children (from 3 to 10 years old)||25.00 (USD)|
- 1.5-hour boat tour.
- Ground transport.
- Entrance fee.
- Tour of the museum.
- Food and drink.