Posted: Wednesday, November 9, 2022. 4:28 pm CST.
Photo Credit: IA/NICH
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Institute of Archaeology in the National Institute of Culture and History (IA/NICH) continued its clean-up efforts at the archaeological reserves such as Xunantunich and Black Rock in the Cayo District.
“The Institute of Archaeology (NICH) Belize extends sincere gratitude to all who have contributed in any way to these efforts including Black Rock and the Xunantunich,” said the IA/NICH on Wednesday.
Today they singled out the Western Tour Guide Association.
On Monday, the IA/NICH had thanked its staff and other organizations such Chukka, the Northern Tour Guide Association, the Cayo Tour Guide Association, Cayo Cave Tour Guide Association, Mr. Ignacio Lino Exotic Shore, Excursion, Avilas, Nohoch Che’en Tour Guides, and vendors who have been helping.
So far, the IA/NICH has opened 12 reserves, namely Altun Ha, Barton Creek, the Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) caves, Serpon Sugar Mill, Nim Li Punit, Lubaantun, Santa Rita, Cerro Maya, Cahal Pech, Caracol, Lamanai, and Nohoch Che’en Caves Branch.
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