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Mayan Temples of Belize- next time we go I am definitely visiting the Mayan temples!!
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Mayan Temples of Belize

Mayan Temples of Belize- next time we go I am definitely visiting the Mayan temples!!

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Our own Robinson expedition: Glover’s reef, Belize

Discover offbeat Glover's Reef, a snorkerling/diving paradise in world's second largest barrier reef. Untouched, unspoiled and magical!

Xunantunich (Belize). 'Though Xunantunich isn’t Belize’s biggest archaeological site, it’s still one of the most impressive. You’ll walk through bird- and butterfly-filled jungle, until you reach a complex of temples and plazas. Once there, you can explore a number of structures and plazas, and even climb to the top of 130ft-high El Castillo for a spectacular 360-degree view.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/belize/western-belize/san-ignacio-cayo/sights/archaeological-site/xunantunich

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Lamanai Mayan Ruins, Belize.

Lamanai Mayan Ruins, Belize ~ Been to the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico

Frieze and steps up to the 130ft high El Castillo, Mayan site, Xunantunich, San Ignacio, Belize, Central America

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The Crystal Maiden of the Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

Hike, swim, and climb through the ATM Cave in San Ignacio, Belize! See Mayan artifacts, stalagmites and even a human skeleton!

Ruins at Lamani in Belize. It was a long ride by bus, then a long ride by speedboat to the middle of the jungle to get to the ruins of Lamani in Belize...but it was so worth it.