Affectionately called "Sugar Region" due to its important production of cane sugar, the Orange Walk offers a variety of tourist attractions, from cultural sites, to delicious food, birdwatching and adventure trips. Those interested in Mayan culture will be dazzled by the ruins of Lamanai, well-known to be one of the biggest cities of the Mayan civilization and with two Roman Catholic churches built during the Yucatán Spanish conquest.
Cuello, considered as the oldest Mayan Site in Belize, is also a must-see when visiting the Orange Walk region. It offers protected rainforest in which jaguars are a common sighting, as are toucans, iguanas, and Baird's tapir. It is also possible to undertake adventure activities such as horse riding, biking and hiking.
14 Nights from £3,188 €2,925 $3,144
The Mayan Civilisation self-destructed before the arrival of the Conquistadores. Today, we visit their legacy, massive pyramids and jungle strongholds, colourful markets and c…
14 Nights from £3,188 €2,925 $3,144Full Itinerary Contact Specialist
Day 1 - Antigua
Day 2 - City tour Antigua
Day 3 - Chichicastenango
Day 4 - Santo Tomas church & travel to Lake Atitlan
Day 5 - Full day excursion across Lake Atitlan
Day 6 - Shore of Lake Atitlan & travel to Antigua
Day 7 - Excursion to weaver village
Day 8 - Guatemala City tour
Day 9 - Transfer to Tikal
Day 10 - Tour of Tikal
Day 11 - Travel to San Ignacio, Belize
Day 12 - Mountain Pine Ridge
Day 13 - Orange Walk district
Day 14 - Lamanai ruins
Day 15 - Departure from Belize City
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