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Far to the South, in the Toledo district, you will find the home of many of Belizes current Maya population.Here you can experience indigenous home stay opportunities, see tortillas being made by hand, observe traditional musical instrument making.Many adventures are based on the idea of a quest: the hero goes off in pursuit of a reward, whether it be a skill, prize, or perhaps the safety of a person.On the way, the hero must overcome various obstacles.
This tiny nation nestled on the Caribbean Sea has it all - and more. A vast network of caves chock full of Maya pottery and remains. National Geographics famous Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM cave), Barton Creek Cave, Che Chem Ha pottery cave, Tiger Cave, Ho Keb, Rio Frio & Crystal Cave to name a few just waiting to be explored.Or visit one of several Cacao plantations, with hands on chocolate making sessions.If you are lucky enough to be in the area the first week of May you can attend the annual Cacao Festival, with competitions & traditional Maya pageantry & dancing.Belize has never been a mainstream tourism spot and that has kept the land unchanged, and the people real. Although this country is small, it is incredibly diverse. Maya ruins from the Classic & pre Classic period dating back to 600 AD: An easy & interesting day trip across the Guatemala border brings you to the magnificent Tikal ruins huge, powerful, amazing pyramids including an ancient Maya astronomical observatory.Real people doing real things, not just another tourist trap. From sugar cane fields to lush tropical rainforest . Fantastic nearby hotels, like Francis Ford Coppolas La Lancha or several lodges right in the Tikal National Park itself, offer accommodations for any budget.