Seven Maya Sites to Visit in Belize
Today, the Maya still farm the same lands and travel the same rivers as their ancestors did from north in the Yucatan down to Honduras. Belize is home to a number of pre-Hispanic Maya sites that form an integral part of the country's cultural heritage.

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Xunantunich

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This is a photo of my wife during our honeymoon. We were atop the main temple at Xunantunich archaeological site, near the Guatemalan border. Saw a double rainbow above the canopy as we climbed down.

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This is a photo of my wife during our honeymoon. We were atop the main temple at Xunantunich archaeological site, near the Guatemalan border. Saw a double rainbow above the canopy as we climbed down.

This is a photo of my wife during our honeymoon. We were atop the main temple at Xunantunich archaeological site, near the Guatemalan border. Saw a double rainbow above the canopy as we climbed down.

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