Overnight Tourists

Overnight tourists have a lot more time available than cruise passengers, so we can do more. Here are some examples.

Full Day Tour — Package 1

We offer three tours in one day for the price of one.

  • Cerros Maya Archaeological Site
  • Santa Rita Maya Archaeological Site
  • Corozal Town Tour

This tour is a fully guided Tour done by road viewing the countryside and communities and visiting two of the most important sites in Northern Belize.

The Corozal Town Tour promotes the Mestizo culture, the Museum, Fort Barlee built in the 1870s and sightseeing of the picturesque Corozal Town!

Cerros Archaeological Site was an important coastal trading center in the Late Pre-Classic Period (about 350 BC to 250 AD). The tallest temple rises 72 ft above plaza level and you can experience the panoramic view of the sea and the rainforest from the top of Cerros Temple, seeing a lot of flora and fauna.

Santa Rita Archaeological Site (ancient Chactemal) the cradle of the Mestizo culture and a very important site during the Late Post Classic period (ca 1350-1530 AD). Santa Rita Maya site has been excavated and consolidated in the recent years. Based on this excavation 7 individual skeletal remains were found in one of the temples.

All inclusive

  • Entrance fee for both Maya sites, transportation (15-seat fully air conditioned van).
  • Licensed Tour Guide.
  • Lunch and swimming at Cerros Beach Resort, one of the beautiful jungle resorts in Northern Belize!

Tour starts at 8:00am, minimum of 4 passengers. All payments in US dollars (USD) per person.

Full Day Tour — Package 2

We offer three tours in one day for the price of one.

  • Belizean Local Commmunities
  • Mennonite Community
  • Lamanai Archaelogical Site

This is a fully guided tour via road. You will get to see several accomplishments of the Mennonites living in a large community known as Shipyard and Indian Creek neighboring rural areas of the Orange Walk District. It’s so amazing seeing them riding their horse and buggies around their community!

The Mennonites migrated to British Honduras (Now Belize) in 1958 but the Shipyard Mennonite Commmunity was established in the 1960s after the Mennonites of Blue Creek had branched out of the Mennonite Church, and the Indian Creek Mennonite Community was established in the 1980s after Shipyard had no more arable land for new farms for the growing population. The Indian Creek community was set up on the land that was sold by the BEC to the Coca Cola Company and the Mennonites bought these lands to establish Indian Creek community.

At the Site

The Lamanai Maya Archaeological Site will bring you back close to the past. You will have the privilege to view several temples and to climb any one of them. The presence of a ball court at Lamanai shows that Maya had played ritual ballgames. And the remains of the Spanish Church which was destroyed by the Apostate Maya and that’s what triggered Elizabeth Graham to research about the post conquest history and also made a discovery of the Lamanai Site. There is abundant flora and fauna and you can admire the Howler Monkeys howling in the trees near you.

Tour starts at 8:00am, minimum of 4 passengers. All payments in US dollars (USD) per person. We will pick you up in Corozal Town or Orange Walk town.

All tours include:

  • Entrance fee, transportation (15-seat fully air conditioned van).
  • Licensed Tour Guide.
  • Drinks: Belize Local Belikin Beer could be purchased at the Indian Church Community and support the Local economy!
  • Note: You will be picked up at your location in Corozal Town or Orange Walk Town only. Other pickup locations may incur additional costs.

Note: You will be picked up at your location in Corozal Town or Orange Walk Town only. Other pickup locations may incur additional costs.