Overlooking the beautiful Mopan River from a stunning hilltop, the ruins at Xunantunich are some of the most visited Mayan sites in the world. Located in the Cayo region, Xunantunich, which means "stone woman" in Mayan, dates back to the ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2013

Rudi Thompson, our tour guide, made this trip not only enjoyable but memorable beyond words! He was so informative, supportive, friendly, funny, and tremendously good hearted. In short, he created a very happy day. You should clone him.

Doing what: Xunantunich and The Belize Zoo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2011

had great time at mayan ruins and wonderful visit at the Belize zoo!

Doing what: Xunantunich and The Belize Zoo

4 star rating: Recommended
June 2011

The trip is nice. Xunantuich is smaller than Lamanai. But it is still worth visting. In addition, this is a wonderful combination that you can go to the zoo with the Mayan site. The zoo is small, but this is the only zoo I ever visited that I saw a Margray cat.
The tapirs in the zoo are also lovely.

Doing what: Xunantunich and The Belize Zoo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
February 2010

With the ferry out of service, we visited Cahal Pech instead of Xunantunich. At the zoo, our guide was known by all the animals.

Doing what: Xunantunich and The Belize Zoo

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4 star rating: Recommended
February 2010

For both tours the guide was very pleasant and well-informed. I was the only participant on both tours. The tour to Xunantunich and the Belize Zoo was very good and I appreciated the fact that you ran the tour even though I was the only guest.

Doing what: Xunantunich and The Belize Zoo

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