Bocawina National Park
Mayflower Bocawina is a beautiful 11-sq-mile park of jungle, mountains, waterfalls, walking trails, swimming holes and small Maya sites.
Vast diversity of flora and fauna can be seen along the park’s several miles of hiking trails. The flowing water attracts birds, amphibians, reptiles, flying insects and many mammals. Patient visitors can see a variety of species during a quiet break along the waters edge. A short walk across the stream leads to the Maintzunun Mayan Temple ruin and further on to the Antelope Trail. The area is also perfect for birdwatching.
The Park has several waterfalls known as the Three Sisters Waterfalls. A hike to the upper falls can be rewarded with a cool pool at the base 50-foot waterfall.
Camping is permitted in the park. Campers are advised to bring their own food and water.
Daily Program from Placencia
Belize is a country where more than 500 hundreds different species of birds have found their ideal home.
For the passionate of bird watching Belize is a must destination you cannot miss.
The trek start in the early morning, as this the best time to see birds moving around the jungle.
Once passed the Peninsula of Placencia and the banana farm we head to the National Park Bocawina, where we will have the chance to see many species of birds included the famous Toucan and ocasionally the Scarlet Macaw depending on the the period, usually from December to March.
A typical creole lunch will be served in the restaurant of the park.
Level: Easy and family friendly
What to bring: Water, trekking shoes, swimwear, insect repellent, camera, bynoculars.
Duration : 5 Am to 3 pm