XUNANTUNICH craft market
Along the Mopan River, just before the Xunantunich Hand-Cranked River Ferry is where you can find several San Jose Succotz locals with their vibrant stalls filled with colorful Mayan textiles, traditional wooden handicrafts, and intricate jewelry.
The Xunantunich Craft Market is a small outdoor artisan market of about twenty vendors who bring the market to life with eye-catching displays of hand-crafted items and souvenirs made mostly from natural materials like wood, seashells, and jippi-jappa- a plant similar to a palm that grows in the rainforest and is used in Mayan basket weaving.
XUNANTUNICH mayan ruin
Xunantunich is an ancient Maya archaeological site located in the Cayo District of Belize. The site is known for its impressive pyramid structures and stunning views of the surrounding jungle and mountains. Xunantunich is a must-see destination for anyone interested in ancient Maya culture and history. With its impressive pyramid structures and stunning views, it’s a place that’s sure to leave a lasting impression.