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Lamanai - San Ignacio - Hopkins

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This 7 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights at Lamanai Outpost Lodge in Orange Walk
  • Including: Full service staff, main meals, soft drinks, transfers and some activities
  • Transfer from Lamanai Outpost Lodge to Hotel in San Ignacio
  • Hotel for 2 nights in San Ignacio
  • Transfer from Hotel in San Ignacio to Hotel Hopkins
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Hopkins
  • Flight from Hopkins to Airport in Belize City
  • Attention Christmas/New Year Travelers: Select minimum 4 nights stay in Hopkins and in San Ignacio. When traveling with children, please select minimum 5 nights stay in Hopkins for more availability. Most hotels have minimum stay during holiday season.

Mayan Ruins, Jungle and Beach Paradise in Belize! . From Belize City Airport travel to Lamanai Outpost Lodge (adjacent to one of Belize`s most popular Mayan Ruins of Lamanai Archaeological Reserve. It is known as the “high temple” high above the jungle canopy and provides a mesmerizing view over the river. It features pyramids or temples, open plazas, various restored stelae, and a ball court). Continue to San Ignacio (well known for its close proximity to Belize's famous Mayan ruins, as well as a hub for outdoor activities including caving, hiking, kayaking and others). After that, experience Belize`s Afro-Caribbean culture-"Garifuna"- in Hopkins (a village on the coast of the Stann Creek District; boasting a rustic local beach vibe with many restaurants, small bars, gift shops. Due its proximity to the cayes, the area offer incredible diving and snorkeling opportunities). Lastly, return to Belize City to catch your flight back home. These destinations are connected by combined transfers. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Lamanai

  • San Ignacio

  • Hopkins

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Trip Summary

  • Lamanai

    Once a major waterway for the ancient Mayans, the New River meanders through Orange Walk District linking its towns and villages, primal jungles, sugar cane farms, and some of Belize's most awe inspiring ruins. The Lamanai Mayan temple ruins serve as a reminder of the flourishing culture that dominated this area more than 3,000 years ago, and visitors can still reach Lamanai by boat, as the Mayans did for millennia.

    Visit the Orange Walk District, Orange Walk Town, Banquitas House of Culture, New River, Mayan Ruins of Lamanai, Mayan Ruins of Nohmul, Mennonite Village of Blue Creek, Lamanai Outpost Lodge, and so much more!

  • San Ignacio

    San Ignacio is cradled in a beautiful valley just south of where the Mopan and Macal Rivers converge. Located within Cayo District, this town is conveniently close to many of Belize's most popular outdoor attractions. San Ignacio's proximity to numerous renowned Mayan sites as well the Tikal ruins in Guatemala (San Ignacio is 9 miles from the border) has made this bustling town a magnet for archaeologists and anthropologists. From this one central location it is easy to enjoy a myriad of activities that include, but are not limited to, hiking, birding, caving, canoeing, horseback riding, and zip line tours.

    Visit San Ignacio Town, Xunantunich, Mountain Pine Ridge, Rio on Pools, Caracol, Barton Creek, Actun Tunichil Muknal, and so much more!

  • Hopkins

    One of the few mainland beaches in Belize, Hopkins is home to a gorgeous 12-mile ribbon of white sand and crystal blue waters. The village of Hopkins is a vibrant Garifuna fishing community with a charming and engaging local community, and accommodations here pride themselves on providing luxury and service in the natural harmony of this pristine environment.

    Visit the Bocawina Rainforest, Garifuna Cultural Village, Glover's Reef Marine Reserve, Cockscomb Wildlife Sanctuary, Xunantunich, and so much more!

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