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#205414 - 16 November 11 2:31 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: wingnut1970]
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That's a good question Lan, and I don't know the real answer. The trail isn't so bad until you get to the start of the narrow canyon, then the roadway gets real narrow, one-vehicle-wide narrow. It was pretty well paved the last time I was there, but that was awhile ago too.
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#205420 - 16 November 11 4:00 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: LowerDover]
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Of course Chan Chich Lodge in Gallon Jug, Orange Walk, is built literally on top of a LARGE Maya site.

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#205432 - 16 November 11 6:07 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: wingnut1970]
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Of course the restaurant at Clarissa Falls Resort is built literally on top of a SMALL Maya site.
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#205435 - 16 November 11 6:38 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: wingnut1970]
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Kay- if the Maya are anything like the north amercan Indians then you may have a nice burial sight. Hahaha "get out"

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#205439 - 16 November 11 8:11 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: felintuit]
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Originally Posted By: felintuit
There is a few guides that can do "interesting not normally seen tours. The guys names are Gonzo, Carlos, and Eddie. Gonza has a large area he owns and Carlos is a grandson or something to the famous shaman don elijo panti. It might cost a bit more and require some skills with hiking on fresh cut trail through the bush. But they are into the roughen it type trips.


How would you find these guys ? Just ask around San Ignacio?
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#205441 - 16 November 11 8:17 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: terdalfarm]
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Originally Posted By: terdalfarm
I like Pacbitun, near San Antonio village.


Thanks Erik,
That one is on my Mayan Map, It ranks a 2 on the scale.
Is there easy access to the ruin? Is permission required?
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#205442 - 16 November 11 8:22 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: wingnut1970]
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Thank you everyone!

Wingnut
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#205443 - 16 November 11 8:32 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: wingnut1970]
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For the life of me I cannot remember the name of thier tour company, but they are well known. Maybe someone on here knows the information. If not I will try to get their phone number for you.

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#205449 - 16 November 11 8:54 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: ConchCr]
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Originally Posted By: ConchCr
Hi wingnut? Are you just covering the Cayo area with this? We have a newly recognised national park on Ambergris Caye at the Marco Gonzalez ruins. Small, but perfectly formed!


ConchCr,

No I am not doing Ambergris this trip. I am going to be on Caye Caulker for a couple days to dive but that will be it unless
I get down to Toledo. Then I might try one of the islands down there and check out Lubaantun. Thank you
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#205451 - 16 November 11 9:56 pm - America/Chicago Re: "lesser" Mayan ruins in the Cayo [Re: wingnut1970]
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Sent an email to a friend, I will know by tomorrow how to get ahold of Gonzo and his partners.

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