In addition to this wildlife-rich conservation area, there are some small, but impressive, Mayan sites tucked away amongst the jungle, close to comfortable wilderness lodges that serve as perfect bases for exploring both history and local wildlife.
The Rio Bravo Conservation Area protects some quarter of a million acres of tropical forest which contains a wealth of plant and animal life, as well as an estimated 60 Mayan sites, such as La Milpa, Altun Ha and Lamanai.
Spot manatees, otters and endemic parrots at sunrise or Morelet’s crocodile, amphibians and insects by night, exploring the river by Everglades-style airboat or through jungle trails on foot.
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