Horsemanship Lessons By appointment only: 808-639-9084 Dating back to 1978, Princeville Ranch has offered Kauai horseback riding on our beautiful working cattle ranch.
We now once again offer riding lessons Horsemanship Lessons By appointment only: 808-639-9084 Dating back to 1978, Princeville Ranch has offered Kauai horseback riding on our beautiful working cattle ranch.
An amazing view to Guatemala and surrounding rainforest. Our guide will take us an hour and half journey to San Ignacio.
The fine stucco or “frieze” are located on the final stage. The site consists of seven plazas and over 30 structures including temples, residential buildings, ballcourts, an altar and a sweathouse, all situated on a compact 2 acres. This site was continuously occupied from 1500BC – AD1675.
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The name Cahal Pech is a combination Kekchi & Mopan Mayan, meaning Place of the Ticks, and refers to the fact that the surrounding area was once used as pasture land. A variety of birds, crocodiles, howler and spider monkeys will greet you.
There are no more ticks here than at any other site – very few, if any! Your guide is fully knowledgeable of the Flora, Fauna and Mayan History.
Don’t forget to bring your socks and bring shoes like Teva’s or Keens or finger toe shoes or similar.
As you go forward you encounter increasing amounts of pottery of all sizes, their condition from near intact to completely shattered.
A one hour drive from Belize City in an private air conditioned vehicle to reach Cave Tubing Site. Altun Ha was a major ceremonial center in the Classic Period (250-900 AD) and functioned as a vital trading center linking the Caribbean shores with other Maya centers. One of its structures, the pyramid known as “El Castillo,” the second tallest structure in Belize (after the temple at Caracol), at some 130 feet (40 m) tall. Archeological excavations have revealed a number of fine stucco facades on some of the ancient temples of this site. Focal points are a well-preserved mask of a Maya ruler emerging from a crocodile headdress.
Altun Ha is an one hour journey from Belize City on the Old Northern Highway. Evidence of construction suggests the temple was built in three stages in the 600s AD, 700s AD, and 800s AD. Cahal Pech is a mid-sized complex settled around 1000 BC and abandoned by 800 AD. El Castillo rising 108 feet, is one of the largest pre-classic structures in the Maya area.
Catalogued within the cave are over 1400 artifacts – pottery, tools, and ceremonial items dating from 1 to 1000 AD – including over 200 vessels.