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Santa Rita Archaeological Site, Corozal Town

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  • Really loved this structure. The tour guide was incredibly informative and we learnt a lot about this site. It's in an easily accessible part of town as well. Would definitely recommend if you are in ...  more »
  • The ruins all small but very interesting. I learned a lot about Mayan and Corozal history from the on site guide. It costs 10 BZD per person.  more »
  • well priced the tour guides were great at explaining the story behind Santa Rita. We were allowed to explore it all on our own with full access. No pressure to hurry.  more »
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  • Excellent place to visit especially if you don't want to go too far too see the maya temples
  • Interesting site but not as well excavated as others.
  • Santa Rita is a ceremonial ground. The Maya used it for weddings and other stuff. It's so awesome, to set foot at a place and feel so relaxed and at peace.
  • Not as big as some of the ruins in Belize, but Santa Rita is no less important to Mayan history. And it's in a beautiful setting within walking distance of downtown Corozal.
  • Beautiful small but has much historical significance to the Town!