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Explore Southern Belize

Nim Li Punit
Mayan Ruins

Nim Li Punit, also referred to as "Big Hat" or "Top Hat", derives its name from the Kekchi Maya language, meaning "Big Hat." This name is inspired by a remarkable stela sculpture discovered at the site, depicting one of the ancient kings who wore a grand and intricate head-dress.

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Lubaantun Archaeological Reserve

Lubaantun, which translates to "the place of the fallen stones," is a historical site from the Late Classic Maya period located in close proximity to the village of San Pedro Columbia in southern Belize. A devastated ruin where British explorers claimed to unearth the Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull

Hokeb Ha Cave

 With its large entrance carved from the summit of a hill where the Creek gurgles up from underground. Many Late Classic Maya ceramics have been found inside the cave, as well as an altar, and archaeologists believe the cave was used specifically for ceremonial purposes.

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Rio Blanco National Park

Situated in the western Toledo District, is approximately 30 miles east of Punta Gorda. It is nestled within the indigenous Mayan communal lands. The park encompasses 105 acres of secondary broadleaf forest, enveloping a captivating waterfall. This waterfall features natural emrald pools.

Belize Spice Farm & Botanical Gardens

Situated at the foothills of the majestic Maya Mountains, Belize Spice Farm also boasts the distinction of being one of the largest black pepper and vanilla farms in the country. The landscape is adorned with an enchanting array of teak, mahogany, rosewood, and sandalwood trees, further enhancing the natural beauty of the surroundings.


Eladio's Eco Farm & Chocolate

Eladio’s Chocolate Adventure is a family-owned and operated Eco Tour, focusing on organic production of cacao and an authentic Chocolate experience.

Snorkeling at the Port Honduras Marine Reserve

The Port Honduras Marine Reserve is renowned as one of the premier diving and snorkeling destinations in the region. Encompassing a vast area of 160 square miles, it offers a diverse and captivating underwater ecosystem to explore. One of the highlights of the Port Honduras Marine Reserve is its role as a vital habitat for the endangered West Indian manatees. 

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