Discover Benque Viejo Del Carmen
The town lies at the crossroads of two rivers, creating plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities like fishing and swimming. Benque Viejo is also known for its traditional festivals held every year where locals celebrate their culture with music, food, and dancing.
The main attractions are the Mayan ruins located just outside of town - Xunantunich being one of them - where visitors can explore and learn about the fascinating ancient civilization that once inhabited this region. There's also Cahal Pech Mayan Ruin which features some impressive stelae sculptures as well as great views over the city from atop its temple pyramids. With ample nature reserves nearby such as Chiquibul Forest Reserve or Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve there is no shortage of things to do in and around Benque Viejo Del Carmen!
Tracy's Restaurant, Hotel y Restaurante Villa Linda, Papa Hugo's Cocina, Sucroutz Street, HOTEL, Long Lucky Chinese Restaurant, Wok Chinese Food, Benque Resort and Spa, Mayan Ruins unexcavated, Chapel Hill Road, Marshallek Stadium, Rooftop Bar
George Price Highway, Flores Villas, Deja Vu Nite Club, Mayan Ruins unexcavated, Maura's, Rooftop Bar, La Casa De Teresa, Sucroutz Street, Poustinia Art Park, Long Lucky Chinese Restaurant, Delmi's Kitchen, Los Angeles Bar, Q' Delicia y Helados Neveria, Papa Hugo's Cocina, Cathy Fast Food and Snack, Yi Ming Restaurant, Maya Hotel, K-Z Seño Lety