Visit Orange Walk District

Orange Walk
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The Orange Walk of Belize is an area located in the northern part of Belize. It is known for its diverse landscape and culture, making it an ideal destination for travelers looking to explore and experience something new. The region has a rich history, with many sites that are worth exploring. One popular tourist spot is the ruins at Lamanai, one of the largest Maya cities in Belize. This ancient city dates back to 1000 BC and features many structures such as temples, pyramids, and palaces which can be explored by visitors.

Another popular site to visit in Orange Walk is San Estevan Ruins, a Mayan ruin that was inhabited from 600 AD until 1650s when it was abandoned due to Spanish conquests. Here you can learn about how this Mayan city was built using advanced engineering techniques that were ahead of its time! Additionally, if you're looking for something more modern then Orange Walk Town offers plenty of restaurants and shops where one can find authentic traditional dishes or souvenirs to take home as a memory! Finally, an interesting historical fact about Orange Walk is that it served as the front lines during The Battle of St George's Caye which marked the end of British rule over Belize in 1798!

Cities in Orange Walk District

Shipyard, Orange Walk