DESTINATION BELIZE AND GUATEMALA
Belize and Guatemala they limit to the south with Mexico. The current borders were long ago Mayan territory. In both Central American countries we find several of the most impressive old Mayan cities. In this area, the golden age of the Mayan civilization. Both countries have dreamlike natural landscapes: beaches, volcanoes, caves, lakes and an extremely rich cultural world. Many surprises await you in Belize and Guate.
Belize is perhaps the most unknown, so prepare your trip with advice on where to go, how to cross borders, recommended hotels, visit the keys and other natural places ... a country that surely surprises you its multiculturalism, where ethnic groups as different as the Garífuna, Chinese, Mennonite and Guatemalan Mayans. The cultural range of Belize is fascinating.
Guatemala, despite having visited it several times, there is little information on the blog, something that I hope will change over time to improve your experience in these lands.
BELOW YOU CAN SEE THE ARTICLES ABOUT BELIZE AND GUATEMALA:
The other Blue Hole of Belize
The Blue Hole is the image we associate with Belize, that beautiful blue hole in the Caribbean. There are other Blue Hole in Belize that are not so famous, but will surprise you on your way. We visited the National Park Blue Hole.read more
Barton Creek Caves
Belize is full of caves, holes, wells, underground rivers, caverns ... the limestone that sustains Belize is like a gruyere cheese, with hundreds of surprises for the traveler. The caves of Barton Creek are crossed in canoe.read more
Tikal, the imposing of the Mayan world
Tikal combines all the qualities to be one of the most impressive archaeological sites on the planet. It is one of the ancient Mayan cities that you want to visit even in documentaries. A great luxury to live Tikal!read more
Visit Cahal Pech in San Ignacio, Belize
The District of Cayo, in Belize, is one of the most attractive areas for its landscapes and the ancient Mayan cities that we find in the area. For lovers of the Mayan world, Cahal Pech is a sweet caramel.read more
Visit Xunantunich on the banks of the Mopán River
In the beautiful Belizean district of Cayo, bordering Guatemala, we find some of the most emblematic Mayan ruins. In Xunantunich is the second tallest pyramid in Belize, the views are spectacular, a place not to be missed.read more
Piedras Negras, the adventure on the banks of the Usumacinta
Piedras Negras takes you beyond the conventional. This impressive Mayan archaeological zone is sheltered under the Guatemalan jungle, on the banks of the Usumacinta River.read more