8-Nights Classic Belize & Tikal - Classic
Classic Belize & Tikal
If we had to describe the Belizean pace it would be somewhere between slowly rolling waves and the inquisitive speed of a ruin explorer. Embracing just that mix of curious and chill, this nine-day itinerary will let you t
8 nights from $944 per person
Supplier: G Adventures
Belize City is the largest city in Belize. It offers the visitor an unusual combination of rustic, old-fashioned Caribbean charm and bustling modernity. The Belize River meanders through the middle of the city; and twice a day, the city's swing bridge closes to allow sail boats to pass. There are many traditional street vendors selling fruits, vegetables, arts and crafts in the city's public squares, especially in the colonial marketplace on Saturday mornings. Visitors can purchase handmade wood furniture made by the Mennonite community and many kinds of craft items from the National Handicraft center, as well as from vendors who congregate near the Belize Commercial Center. Belize City is an excellent starting off point for visitors wishing to explore the country by car (or 4-wheel drive). There are several major tourist attractions an hour's drive or less from Belize City, such as the Belize Zoo, Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, the Bermudian Landing Community Baboon Sanctuary, and the Mayan ruin site at Altun Ha.
Caye Caulker is a tiny limestone coral island village off the coast of Belize in the Caribbean Sea where their “no shirt, no shoes,” policy is not a problem. Inhabited for hundreds of years, Caye Caulker did exceed in population until 1847 during the Caste War of Yucatan when many Maya and Spanish decent fled across the Yucatan. Around 1870 Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom granted Luciano Reyes the area of the village. His legacy and descendants are still residents of the island today.
The pristine ocean blue waters of Caye Caulker is rich with marine life which draws tourists to the island. Visitors have a plethora of activities available for a great island vacation such as: snorkeling and diving down to the corals, swimming alongside sting rays, nurse sharks, and schools of fish. Its finest seafood is caught fresh from the ocean which is lobster. This laid back island slows down time and treasures every minute of yours.
Just miles away from Tikal, the most famous Maya ruins, lies the charming Mayan Treasure in Flores. Travelers can grasp authentic Guatemalan experience and explore the island village that sits on Lake Peten Itza, built over the ancient city of Tayasal!
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