Travel Blogs from Xunantunich, Belize

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Xunantunich...the border with Guatemala, Xunantunich, Belize travel blog

Xunantunich...the border with Guatemala

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

... so little...I'd probably stare to... Well on a lighter note...we're on the border with Guatemala the ancient mayan temple of's really cool...and huge, 130 ft...and the best part is that you can go all the way to the top...they ...

Xunantunich, Xunantunich, Belize travel blog


A travel blog entry by racinghippo


To get to the Mayan ruins of Xunantunich (Prn. Zhoo-NAN-too-nitch), we first had to cross the Mopan river. To do this we boarded something that made the eco-powder-monkey [1] in me proud: A human-powered car-ferry:     ...which is winched ...

Great little ruins, Xunantunich, Belize travel blog

Great little ruins

A travel blog entry by veromarcos


... , so our first mission in San Ignacio (Cayo as they call it locally) was to visit the ruins of Xunantunich. There are plenty of ruins around this part of Belize as the Mayas were really active until 700 A.D. in all this area, however it looks like Mr. ...

Questions? Comments? Concerns? Hard feelings?, Xunantunich, Belize travel blog

Questions? Comments? Concerns? Hard feelings?

A travel blog entry by dianeamanda


... high and too fast.  So, we (the two of us, Marie, Corinne, James, and Judith) decided to go and check out Xunantunich (Mayan ruins).  We called two taxis, and we got a delightful taxi driver named William.  He was a great tour guide on the ...

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