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Santa Rita Archaeological Site, Corozal Town

Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • For years, Santa Rita wasn't officially open to the public, although you could walk around the site through heavy bush. Then the Archeology Department of NICH had a part of the site cleared, cleaned a...  read more »
  • Upon arrival I was met by the Site Manager and was given the history of this site. Though small in area this was once the focal point of the Maya nation stretching from Chetumal, Mexico down beyond th...  read more »
  • First place my taxi driver brought me when i aske dto see some history in the area. Infomed guide is there to tell you the hisoty and fabels of the site 
  • 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!
  • Interesting site but not as well excavated as others.
  • Beautiful archeological site at Santa rita
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