A mix of Maya, Mestizo and Mexican influences, as well as a growing community of expats, contribute to the cultural diversity of present day Corozal Town. Every day hundreds of people and tens of thousands of dollars in goods cross the tow-lane bridge spanning the Rio Hondo River, which forms the Belize-Mexico border. The border town of Corozal built up around the archaeological site of Santa Rita, although only one structure has survived to tell the tale. Another major Maya attractions is Cerros, which once linked cities on the Yucatan Peninisula with those in present day Belize.
It is a two hour drive to Corozal Town from Belize City/Belize City Airport. If you’re looking for a shuttle to corozal from either, San Ignacio, Belize City, Belize City Airport, Placencia or Hopkins, don’t hesitate to contact us or book your desired shuttle destination below.