The Maya past, present and future are an important part of the Belize experience. This history of the Maya continues today in over half the population of Ambergris Caye. To the people here on the island, this is more than a series of memories carved in limestone or glazed on pottery. A majority of the people who will greet you and feed you and dive with you here on the island have the blood of Maya running in their veins. This area long served as the maritime headquarters of the Chetumal Bay Maya population. The boat builders and maintenance crews, along with the fishing industry, kept Ambergris Caye as a very important segment of the Maya economic system.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/pages/mayan/maya.html) for Maya History on Ambergris and Surrounding Area.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/earlyhistory) for the Early History of Belize, Glyphs, Timeline
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/museum/digit.html) for Herman Smith's column on Archaeology in Belize
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/history) for a wealth of historical information.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/pages/mayan/amberhistory.html) for Ambergris Caye history in-depth.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/anniversary) for the 150th Anniversary of San Pedro Town.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/25years) for Angel Nuñez' column "25 Years Ago on Ambergris Caye."
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/pages/mayan/ambergmaya.html) for Maya History of the island.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/marcogonzales) for Marco Gonzales, the archaeological site on Ambergris Caye.
Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/museum/rom2.html) for Excavations on Ambergris Caye.