Holy Toledo! The Howler is alive again.
I’ve blogged about this wonderful little newsletter previously because it is such a wealth of information about one of my favorite districts in Belize — Toledo. And I was sad when it went out of publication last year. But now, I’m happy to announce that it is back and I just received a copy in my inbox. Belize is divided into districts (sort of like states), and Toledo is one of
Belize jungle lodges map
Last week I was on Trip Advisor answering questions about Belize, and someone requested help finding a map of the jungle lodges in Belize. This is something I have always wanted also. There are over 70 jungle lodges in the country, and many of them don’t have a map of their lodge on their own website, so it’s hard to figure out how far they are from town, which road they are on, etc. W
A map of Mayan ruins
Belize contains hundreds of Mayan sites. The Mayan civilization rose to its peak between 600 – 900 AD. Many large cities existed during this time, with a network of trading routes between them, and their impressive ruins can be seen today across the country. In addition to restored ruins found in Belize such as Caracol, Xunantunich, Altun Ha, and Lamanai, many other large sites exist still hidde
New detailed Belize map
We have just posted a new detailed Belize map online. Earlier this winter I was searching for an accurate Belize map online and could not find anything useful, so I created one. Anyone looking for a specific island or town will hopefully find this map valuable. Visit our website: https://www.slickrock.com/detailedbelizemap.html