Belize, Rotaan, Cozumel - WHAT TO DO?? HELP!!

Old Feb 4th, 2016, 12:40 PM
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Belize, Rotaan, Cozumel - WHAT TO DO?? HELP!!

We are going on a cruise in May and have Roatan, Belize, and Cozumel as our stops. We were thinking of Snorkeling in Cozumel, Zipping or just a beach break in Roatan, and don't know what to do in Belize? Can anybody help a confused girl out and let me know what excursions to do where? Husband left me in charge, and it is our Anniversary Cruise so I don't want to mess it up!
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Old Feb 4th, 2016, 01:54 PM
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Start with ideas from what the cruise ship offers. Then figure out how to do it on your own?

For Cozumel I helped my sis & BIL in this same situation, and they just planned a day around town. Took a taxi, had a nice meal, did some shopping, I think there was a museum or something like that.
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Your mention of having stops in Roatan, Belize, and Cozumel seems vague to me, unless I am so unknowledgeable that there could be only one possible dockage that I should be embarrassed. Where do you set foot in Belize? ZZ
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Belize: we like the howler monkey preserve so much we went again this last cruise and our tour operator remembered us! We booked thru Princess although there are other options - we did it thru the ship because it's a whole day and we wanted to be sure we made it back
Howler Monkey Sanctuary, Lunch, and Belize Zoo; Approximately 6.25 hours


Although we did not do these below, they were highly recommended to us:

Cayo district in/around San Ignacio. Several fabulous Mayan ruins close by, waterfalls, hiking, canoeing, caves. Go over to Tikal from there to see the amazing ruins. Barton Creek cave canoeing is fun.

Archaeologist/naturalist Roxy Ortiz is a fabulous guide: www.tikalroxy.blogspot.com
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The ruins at Lamanai are an easy trip from Belize City, well worth a visit.
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