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.
Mayan, Jungle and Reef Adventure in Belize!. Combine an unforgettable trip 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) and Ambergris Caye (the largest of all of Belize's hundreds of islands. It is famous for the turquoise seascapes surrounding the island, white beaches, world-class paradise for scuba diving and snorkeling, and friendly residents). Combined transfers connect these destinations. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.