Lamanai Landings Hotel and Marina

Account Type
Your Account Type.
Tour Guide and Operator
Tagline
Gateway to the Majestic Maya City of LAMANAI!
Languages
The Languages you speak.
Creole, English, Spanish
Tour Operator License
TO03-009
About Provider
Description
Brief Description Of Provider
Lamanai Landings was built and opened in November 2015. It is a sanctuary for Adventurers visiting the majestic ruins of Lamanai or wanting to learn more about the Northern Culture of Belize!

Our property is home to “SHUGA CITY RUM BAR & GRILL”, offering both Local and International cuisine as well as a full array of Belizean Rums. Imbibe in our “rum tasting flight”!


Our newly constructed hotel features rooms that are all directly over the water, with private balconies overlooking a serene lagoon tributary of the New River, with front row seats to our exotic Flora and Fauna! With all the conveniences of home, our property is a perfect location from which you can explore Northern, Central, and the offshore islands of Belize.

From Maya Cities nestled nearby waterways to Adventures such as Ziplining, to the unique Culinary and Cuisine tastes, Northern Belize offers the beauty and tranquility of “Mother Nature’s Best Kept Secret”! Get off the grid, and let Lamanai Landings Hotel and Marina be your home base for as long as you desire!
 
Years of Experience:
45
Years of experience.
Recommended By:
Chanrady O
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Location Information
District/Region:
Orange Walk
Listings Available
Tours/Shuttles
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
Orange Walk Town
Belize Zip Lining Traverse over the forest canopy and take in the view. This is one of the best ways to experience Belize’s Subtropical jungle with an exhilarating whirr. Your trained ... morejungle guides will do their safety checks and ensure you a great experience as you launch from deck to deck. A gorgeous view of the Caves Branch River as you fly over is an experience you won’t want to miss!

A gorgeous view of the Caves Branch River as you fly over is an experience you won’t want to miss!
$
35
/ Person
Departs From:
Orange Walk Town
Bird Watching Belize Tour Early morning river expedition or walking tour Whether you are a beginner and want to see a great variety of tropical birds, or an experienced birder with ... morea checklist of target sightings, throughout our property and the New River you will find birding packages to suit your preference.

During your Belize vacation and across various habitats you can see many of the 500+ birds that have been recorded here.
$
35
/ Person
Departs From:
Orange Walk Town
 (2)
Crocodile Night Safari  This night safari is one to get your heart pumping as you learn more about Crocodiles and the need to protect them! Once the crocs are measured, checked and ... moretagged and given a name, they are gently returned to their habitat. (only 3-foot and under crocs are tagged)

This is a night time expedition! During your expedition on the New River, you will be accompanied by an American Crocodile Education Sanctuary (ACES) trained guide who you will be spotting crocodiles and tagging them!
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
Orange Walk Town
 (2)
Lamanai Ruins & River Expeditions Depart from our Marina after breakfast, Board Riverboat and head down the scenic New River. Your guide will make periodic stops to introduce you ... moreto the areas abundant Flora and Fauna and maybe a Crocodile or two. The waterway opens up to The New River Lagoon. One-half mile on the right reigns the ancient city of Lamanai. A walking tour of the main plazas with towering pyramids and ancient history will transport you back into that mystical era. Enjoy some refreshments and board your riverboat en route back to the hotel where a scrumptious local lunch awaits.

Lamanai (Maya for Submerged Crocodile) is one of the largest sites in Belize and is the Maya City with the longest period of occupancy lasting over 3,000 years. The central area contains eight main groups of buildings, including a much-photographed temple featuring a pair of unique masks rising 15 feet tall. Each has been sculpted from a block of limestone instead of being molded from plaster over a stone which was the usual practice in the Maya world.
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