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Xunantunich Mayan Ruins With Lunch

ExplorExplore and climb the tallest Maya temples in western Belize and enjoy the best panoramic view of the highlands of Western Belize. As an extra treat, see Guatemala atop the highest structure of “El Castillo”.  After a countryside tour through the western community villages, a short hand-cranked ferry ride takes you to the gateway of the ancient Maya ruins of Xunantunich. Enjoy local shopping on the outskirts of the ruin and a tasty, hearty traditional Belizean lunch in a nearby local town before heading back to the pickup point.  Highlights: climb the tallest Maya temple in western Belize; amazing views of Guatemala and western Belize; scenic countryside tour on the way to the ruins; local gifts and souvenir shopping at artesian village; tasty Belizean lunch.

Price: USD$130.00 per/ person

Special offer for group of 6+: USD$85.00 per/ person with lunch

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For last minute reservations and immediate assistance call: 011-501-633-1213


Please note that the prices of our tours may vary depending on the number of persons booking. This is because we offer strictly private tours.

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Mainland Belize Tours

Guide to mainland Belize tours and Belize mainland tours. Belize adventure tour company offering private mainland tours. Some of our best mainland tours are as follow:

  • Cave Tubing and Zip Line
  • Altun Ha and Cave Tubing
  • Altun Ha and Belize Baboon Sanctuary
  • Cave Tubing and Belize Zoo
  • Xunantunich Mayan Ruins and Lunch
  • Zip Line
  • Belize Baboon Sanctuary
  • Belize Zoo
  • Altun Ha Mayan Ruins and Belize City Tour
  • Lamanai Mayan Ruins
  • Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins

Book your private mainland Belize tours with us and save big! All of our mainland tours are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. For more information visit our website:

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