Lamanai Archaeological Reserve, Orange Walk

Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
Visit Lamanai Archaeological Reserve, the ruins of a Mayan complex known for its long occupation. The site was inhabited from the Early Maya period well into the 20th century. Today, you can trek the unpaved roads to the ruins, or take a boat ride there along the river. Admire the picturesque stone temples surrounded by dense, verdant jungle, and learn about the area's rich history. Enjoy exploring the lush rainforest, filled with colorful wildlife, and climb up the high temple for a singular view of the surroundings. To visit Lamanai Archaeological Reserve and get the most from your holiday in Orange Walk, create itinerary details personal to you using our Orange Walk trip builder.
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  • Stamped from Orange Walk City with a beautiful boat trip on the New River passes through a tropical forest with monkeys, crocodiles and many other animals and plants. the Maya city of Lamanai offers beautiful temples and ruins, with the fascination increased interpenetration between the ruins and jungle. Unforgettable views over the tropical jungle that can be enjoyed from the top of the temples.
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  • We took a tour through our hotel and enjoyed the adventure. From the trip down the river to the guided walking tour it was great. The site could use a few more shops and the museum is so so but the si...  read more »
  • Our trip to Lamanai was organised by Ivar Marchand who was also our guide. It was a unforgettable experience. Ivar is so knowledgeable about the flora and fauna of the area, and about the history and ...  read more »
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