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Travel Blogs from Burrell Boom
Eco river tour to ancient Mayan city-Lamanai Fantastic all day 50 mile round trip along river through the jungle observing wild life and visiting the ancient Mayan city. Collin (correct spelling) our guide was excellent as was the included lunch!!!!!!!
This was my first trip to Belize. I made the trip with my mom and brother. Burrell Boom is a small village outside of Belize City, and is a great place to start. I stayed at Black Orchid Resort, which is right on a river bank, and close to lots of activities. While I was in Burrell Boom I visited Altun Ha and Lamanai ruins. Both were amazing! To …
Arrived in Burrell Boom after an interesting drive from Chetumal on Mexican border. Nice to be able to speak English again. Everybody very friendly and laid back "man". A real mixture of peoples with a distinct West Indian Caribbean feel. Resort is on the Belize river which is very high due to a lot of late rain before we ...
... determined to stay on my foot. Then he kept pawing at me to pick him up! I thought that we spent enough time together, as I was up early to admire the area....when a sibling rounded the corner. I think I even said something out loud like, "oh, not another one!" since I figured I would not be able to walk safely with two kittens weaving through. Thankfully they decided to reunite and spend time together. For the daytime, I went to the Community Baboon Sanctuary and ...
... scanned. They all had to be lined up first and then a sniffer dog kind of ran over them. Then they were scanned and then we had to press the button that glowed green or red at random for bag searches. We then had a 45 min wait before we took the good old Mexican buses, so we ate hot dogs at a stand by the bus station. The bus ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility