Lamanai River Safari: Belize City
Journey 49 miles to the north of the country to the district of Orange Walk; where you will experience a mix culture of Mennonites and Mestizos living harmoniously together like the ancient natives of this soil the Mayan Indians. Cruise along the new river for 25 miles looking at the rich flora and fauna in their natural habitat. A wide species of birds, plants, orchids and wildlife that was essential to natives for trade and medicinal uses and still being practiced by this new generation.
Arriving at the site start your experience with a tasty local cuisine, and enjoying a tranquil moment as you have lunch. Gear up for your hike thru the sub- tropical rainforest as you look thru the lush greenery for wildlife, birds and the sight or sound of the protected black howler monkeys in the canopy of trees; as you burst out into great plazas with magnificent monumental structures like the jaguar temple one of many dedicated to one of the most powerful gods of the Mayas. A metropolitan state that survived for over 1500 years up until the arrival of the Europeans in the late 15th and 16th century, this great city came to a final collapse.
- Time : 7:30 a.m - 2:00 p.m
- Per Person Price : $125.00
- Minimum : 2 persons
- Group of 4 or more : Please contact us
- What's Included : Lunch, Water, Personal guide, Transportation, Park Fees
- Important : For pickup/drop off outside of Belize City may incur additional charge