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Lamanai from San Ignacio or Ambergris?

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We are trying to put together a 2-week vacation to Bellize and right now we are considering one week on Ambergris (any suggestions?) and one week in San Ignacio/Cayo District (Black Rock Lodge?). If we want to go to Lamanai, would it be best to do it from Cayo or Ambergris? If we do it from Ambergris, I was thinking maybe we would fly there ($100rt), but then I don't know how to get there from tTower Hill Airport/Airstrip. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!

Also, can we do cave tubing, Barton Creek canoeing, etc. without a guide? I'm finding it hard to find information about the adventures itself; they all seem to be tied to tour guides. Perhaps that is the only way to do them....

Thanks in advance!!

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