The Cerros Ruins are located in the Corozal District of Belize on a peninsula across from Corozal, in the Bay of Chetumal, and just a very short distance up the road from our hotel in Corozal Belize. During the Pre-Classic Period (100B.C- 250A.D), Cerros was important as a coastal trading center. During this time, Cerros expressed new forms of art and architecture that proved to be crucial for the formation of classic Maya art and architecture.
Chetumal is a short trip across the border into Mexico, where you can explore its many shops, restaurants, museums, and cultural history.
From Lama'anayin, "submerged crocodile". Lamanai is a Mesoamerican archeological site, and was once a considerably sized city of the Maya Civilization located in the northern Orange Walk District of Belize. The site's name is pre-Columbian, recorded by early Spanish missionaries, and documented over a millennium earlier in Maya inscriptions as Lam'an'ain.
Located in the Corozal District of Belize, Little Belize is home to a large Mennonite Community. The Mennonites are originally of Germanic decent. They are proficient farmers, furniture makers, and contribute much to Belize’s economy.