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The view from a lookout point at Antelope Falls in Mayflower Bocawina National Park Belize.

The view from a peak at the top of Antelope Falls in Mayflower Bocawina National Park.


Full day jungle hiking with box lunch.........$95.00

Half day jungle hiking.............................$65.00

***Prices in U.S. dollars per person and includes park entrance fees.

***Tours include brief stop at Maya Center Cultural Gift Shop.

***Tours subject to 10% Government GST

MAYFLOWER BOCAWINA NATIONAL PARK: The Mayflower Bocawina National Park, named after one of the ancient Mayan sites recently found there,
Hiking at the foot of Antelope Falls in Mayflower Bocawina National Park Belize

A tourist hikes at the bottom of Antelope Falls during the dry season in May

consists of over 7000 acres of beautiful broadleaf forest and jungle in a semi mountainous terrain. The area was declared a National Park in 2001 and is located about four miles off of the Southern Highway at Mile 6.The Mayflower site along with two other sites in the park are currently being excavated by the Mayflower Archeology Project.
Some colorful plants and foliage in Mayflower National Park Belize

Some colorful plants and jungle foliage seen during a hike in Mayflower Bocawina Park.

Archeologists predict once the excavation is complete the Mayflower site will rank as one of the largest in Belize. There is a visitor center staffed by two park Wardens who are available to give directions and advice to visitors who wish to hike and sightsee in the park. Trail maps are available and the park admission fee is $10.00 BZ payable to the park wardens. All three archeological sites are near the visitor's center and easily accessible on clear trails. The park has also become well known to exotic birders, with over 200 different species recorded in the last few years.
wild jungle breadfruit seen  while hiking in Maylfower Bocawina Park Belize

A wild jungle breadfruit seen in the Mayflower Bocawina Park.

You can expect to see the Keel Billed Motmot, Macaws, and several different types of parrots and toucans. There are also howler monkeys, coatimundis, anteaters, peccaries, and several other species of wildlife evident in the park including the elusive jaguar. Of course, since the jaguar is a nocturnal creature it usually sleeps during the day, but hikers often see fresh footprints near the trails. Some of the hikes are rated moderate to difficult and require hikers to grab onto ropes to climb to the top of the trails. This tour is either half day or full day. What to bring: Hiking shoes or boots, (open toed sandals are not recommended), insect repellent, sun hat, camera, binoculars, water bottle, swim suit, towel.

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