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The Orange Walk district encompasses the northern part of Belize, notable for its agricultural production and areas of dense jungle.

Sights

You can visit the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, home to hundreds of water birds such as jabiru storks and snail kites or visit the Mayan site of Lamanai buried in the forest on the banks of the New River lagoon.

Lamanai & Chan Chich

For those looking to go to less accessible jungle lodges than those in Cayo and to have greater chances of spotting wildlife, both Lamanai and Chan Chich provide the perfect setting.

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Suggested itineraries featuring Orange Walk District

Our itineraries will give you suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Orange Walk District, and they showcase routes we know work particularly well. Treat them as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.

Map of Orange Walk District

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    Places near Orange Walk District

    Accommodation choices for Orange Walk District

    We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Orange Walk District. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.

    Ideas for experiencing Orange Walk District

    Our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know the places that could feature in your trip. These activities reflect some of the experiences they've most enjoyed while visiting Orange Walk District, and which use the best local guides.

    • Wildlife Sanctuaries
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      Wildlife Sanctuaries

      Wildlife Sanctuaries

      The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is an area known internationally as a bird watcher's paradise. A trip here combines birding and national history and a visit to the only inland island in the country.

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