Thirty-Six Couples Set to Tie the Knot in Belize When Mayan Calendar Expires

In honor of the end of the 5,126-year era of the Mayan calendar, thirty-six adventurous couples, along with 218 of their friends and family, will partake in an exclusive and unique Mayan Marriage of Many wedding celebration in Belize on December 12, 2012.

The 10-day event begins as soon as guests disembark in Belize International.

Brides, grooms and guests will be able to enjoy an exciting choice of activities Belize has to offer including zip lining, Maya massage and other healing, arts medicine trails with Maya shaman, horseback riding, Caracol and other Maya site exploration, bird watching, kayaking, cave tubing, exploring ancient caves with human remains, museums, botanical gardens, a world class zoo, repelling, spelunking, scuba diving, snorkeling, helicopter tours, mountain biking, yoga and more.

Package for the group weddings in Cahal Pech range from $14,030 to $24,030 for the Bridal Couple (depending on their chosen hotel and other add-on options) and includes a five-night "mini-moon," all receptions, day tours and more.

Packages for guest couples start at $5,030 for December 9-13, 2012, with custom “mini-cations” also available.


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