Slickrock logo

Mayan Ruins

Posted by Slickrock Adventures on September 21, 2021

September 21st – Happy 40th Belize

Happy 40th Independence Day Belize Photo Credit: My Beautiful Belize Dear Slickrock Friends, I trust all’s well with you and yours. Monday, September 21st, 1981 was when the Union Jack was lowered and the Belizean Flag rose, officially ending British colonialism, having been a British Crown Colony since 1862. However, the first British permanent settlement in nowadays Belize was founded in t

Read more

Posted by Slickrock Adventures on October 11, 2016

Belize Mayan ruins self-guided tour

Belize’s ruins are famous all over the world; in our Belize travels we meet many people who have traveled days just to see them. Once you start getting into it, you will be surprised how many there are. There is no single tour to see all of them that I have found, and likewise there is no single city, town, or village where you can base from to see them all. Therefore, to plan your own tour

Read more

Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 12, 2016

Mayan ruin discovery in Belize

We continuously follow Belize news here from our Utah office. By far the best news source for Belize is Channel 5 out of Belize City. A recent news story revealed a major Mayan ruin discovery at Xunantunich in western Belize. Xunantunich is the Belize Mayan ruin that we explore with our guests on our Belize Adventure Week package, so we have been there countless times. Reading Mayan ruin news remi

Read more

Posted by Slickrock Adventures on March 30, 2016

Tikal Mayan ruins

Tikal is the ultimate Mayan city. If you are at all interested in Mayan history and culture, and you are already going all the way to Belize, you want to schedule some extra time to visit Tikal. Located in next-door Guatemala, it is actually easier to get there from Belize than from Guatemala City (where international flights land). To learn more about this, visit our blog post How do I get to Tik

Read more

next

End of content

No more pages to load