About AyinHa

  • AyinHa Adventures Limited (AyinHa) is an adventure company located in the Belize District, Belize, providing unique, authentic, luxury tours and travel experiences for a niche market of discriminating travelers (to include Belizean travelers, as well as foreign cruise and overnight travelers). AyinHa distinguishes itself as a luxury specialist by offering exceptional tour services, focused on high-end service delivery that anticipates the needs and desires of its clients. AyinHa utilizes a top-notch facility as its central base location (10 Miles Lemonal Road in the Belize River Valley), to include a restaurant, bar, gift shop, pool and room accommodations. It is an efficiently-run operation, managed by experienced professionals who genuinely enjoy providing exceptional service, and sharing the experience and product with visitors. AyinHa ensures superior quality experiences by maintaining excellent products and delivering high-quality services to every guest, every time. Lemonal is centrally located in the country, allowing for easy and convenient access to some of the country’s major attractions, making it an ideal destination for travelers.

About Lamanai

  • The Ancient Mayan Temple of Lamanai is located along the river banks of The New River, Orange Walk District, Belize. Known as the longest continuously occupied site in all of MesoAmerica, Lamanai boast a wealth of history. Lamanai pronounced Lama'an/ayin means "submerged crododile." The structures found at Lamanai are some of the oldest in Belize and many believe that this site was of moderate in size dated as early as 1500 BC. Some of the newer temples were occupied as recent as the 18th century AD. This means that Lamanai was occupied for a little over 3200 years! With an estimated population of about 34,000 . How impressive!! Lamanai's trading over the boarders of Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and Belize. Today only 5% of the 800 buildings within the complex have been excavated and explored. Interesting fact about Lamanai: these temples were built in layers which suggest that successive populations would build upon the temples of their ancestors instead of destroying them. Some of the most famous temples are the Jaguar Temple, The Ball Court, The High Temple (El Castillo) and the Mask Temple.

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