Explore the land of mystery: Belize
The country’s economic condition and its financial issues are not likely to affect the traveller if they visit this country only to explore its beauty and mystery.
This North American nation is less populated. Yet, it has a healthy population growth rate compared to other countries situated in this region.
English is the official language of Belize, though a considerable number of Belizeans speaks Kriol and Spanish. So, a traveller is not likely to find any difficulty in communicating with the local population in case of a need.
Belizeans are kind-hearted people. They love music, celebrations and festivals. The September Celebration is one of the most popular events held here.
Belizeans has a peculiar sense of music. Most probably, they might have inherited this quality from their ancestors, who said to have possessed several such admirable qualities.
The most popular tourist locations in the country are Caracol, Lamanai, Xunantunich, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, ActunTunichilMuknal, San Pedro Town, Placencia, Belize zoo, Caye Caulker and the Great Blue Hole.
Xunantunich, Lamania, Caracol are the important Mayan sites located in this country.
Caracol is one of largest Mayan cities and one of the largest Mayan sites located in the region. The site spreads across nearly 168 square kilometres.
Lamania is another Mayan city. There are several mind-blowing Mayan structures such as the highest Mayan temple situated on this site. Still, some studies are being conducted in order to unfold the mystery of this mysterious site. This is one of the few Mayan sites which retains the original Mayan name.
Xunantunich is located near the Guatemala border. It is one of the oldest Mayan sites. There are several Mayan temples in this site.
ActunTunichilMuknal is also a Mayan site. It is a cave located inside the Tapir Mountain Natural Reserve. It is said to be a sacred site of Mayans. It is one of the recently-discovered Mayan sites and thus is a least explored site. The cave is featured in numerous television documentaries related to the Mayan civilization.
It is not right to believe that the Mayan sites are the only worthy places capable of exciting the travellers who visit this beautiful country.