Experience the Lost World Of The Maya!!!!!
Take a ride with me, and experience 3000 years of history in the Lost word of the Maya. Learn where they came from, there ideology and what brought them to their great demise. The name "Altun Ha", literally "rockstone water", is a rough translation of the name of a nearby village, Rockstone Pond, into Yucatec Maya. The site includes at least 500 visible structures or mounds. At its peak, the population of Altun Ha and the surrounding vicinity ranged between 8, 000-10, 000 inhabitants, with around 3, 000 individuals living in the central core of the city.
8:00am-8:15am: Group Meet up terminal #1, and departure from Belize City to Altun Ha.
8:15am-8:30am: Short North Sside city tour en rout to Altun Ha.
8:30am-9:30am: Travel to Altun Ha.
9:15am-9:20am: Restroom break.
9:20am-10:30am: Altun Ha Archaeological Guided Tour.
10:30am-10:35am: Rest Restroom break.
10:35am-11:35am: Travel to Belize City.
11:35am-11:45am: Short South side city tour, arriving at the port.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel
Duration: 6 hours
Air condition van
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 USD - Entrance fee per person into the park
NB: If your group is less than 7 persons please message me so I can prepare for you a customized tour package because the overall price will be less.
Please be informed that I am not able to conduct tours from the Harvest Caye due to distance. If you are located 20min or more out Belize City, or if you have 6 or less person prices are subject to change, so please request a customized package.
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I have to say I had one of the BEST vacations of my life thanks to Linsdale. My time in the mainland Belize (Belize City) area was rather limited. So I asked Linsdale to show me around. He took me to the ruins of Altun Ha and even had the opportunity to take me to the howling monkey sanctuary. Plus had time to do a little city tour of Belize City and even went to the museum. I hope to meet up with him again to do something more cultural and visit some more Mayan ruins around the country.