Belize Mayan Ruins $100
Altun Ha Belize Mayan Ruins: Mayan for the "Rockstone Pond" was a relatively small Mayan community, estimated from 3000-10,000 people but was affluent and important as a strategically located trading and ceremonial center.
This site is well know for the discovery of the largest Mayan jade carving ever found. This solid jade head named Kinich Ahau ("The Sun God") weighs nine pounds.
Altun Ha dates back to 600BC and was an active Mayan town until 900AD, the end of the Mayan era. The beautifully groomed surroundings and quick access from
Lamanai Belize Mayan Ruins Ruins: Mayan for "Submerged Crocodile". Located beneath the jungle canopy along The New River Lagoon is second largest Mayan Site in
Hundreds of structures have been identified in the two square mile area of Lamanai. The most impressive Lamanai structures are the
Climb the 125ft Mayan temple above the jungle canopy for a spectacular view of the surrounding jungle and lagoon. Keep an eye out for a family of Howler Monkeys that reside in the jungle canopy overhead.
Xunantunich Belize Mayan Ruins: Located in the beautiful Cayo District of Western Belize, this site borders
Cahal Pech Belize Mayan Ruins: Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins is located on the southern outskirts of San Ignacio Town in the upper Belize Valley region of the Cayo District, Belize . The site center sits on the crest of a steep hill on the west bank of the Macal River. The central acropolis, approximately 900 feet above sea level, provides a commanding view of the Maya Mountains to the south and the fertile valleys of the Belize River to the northeast.