Northern Belize Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northern Belize - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Corozal Town 4

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Altun Ha

  • Museum/Gallery

A team from the Royal Ontario Museum first excavated the site in the early 1960s and found 250 structures spread over more than 1,000...


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Like the Tulum site in Mexico, Cerros (also referred to as Cerro Maya, or Mayan Hill in Spanish) is unusual in that it's directly on...

Corozal House of Culture

  • Museum/Gallery

The architecturally elegant old Corozal Cultural Center, for many years the main Corozal market, was completely renovated and reopened...

Corozal Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This tiny one-room museum is the work of Lydia Ramcharam Pollard, a third-generation Indian-Belizean, whose grandparents came to Belize...

Corozal Town Hall

  • Government Building

The history of Corozal, including a graphic portrayal of the brutality of colonial rule on the indigenous people, is depicted in a strikingly...

Crooked Tree Village

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

One of Belize's oldest inland villages, established some 300 years ago, Crooked Tree is at the center of the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary...

Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

The sanctuary's visitor center is at the end of the causeway. Stop here to pay your sanctuary admission fee or arrange a guided tour...

Gallon Jug Estates

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Once part of the venerable Belize Estates & Produce Company that owned one-fifth of all the land in Belize, Gallon Jug Estates is...


  • Museum/Gallery

What makes Lamanai so special is its setting on the west bank of a beautiful 28-mile-long (45-km) lagoon, one of only two waterside Mayan...

Las Banquitas House of Culture

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This small museum—the name refers to the little benches in a nearby riverside park—presents changing exhibitions on Orange Walk District...


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