On day 3 of our expedition in Belize, we visited Bocawina National Park. After some pre-breakfast snacks, we headed out on Zodiacs to the beach at Hopkins Village, where we boarded buses that would take us to Bocawina National Park. Here, we enjoyed nature walks at the foot of Maya Mountain, which also marks this area as a ceremonial site of the Mayan culture. Although the site is unexcavated, it is a place to learn about the wonders of the ancient Maya at an educational center, where we also have lunch. We are introduced to Mayans living here now. We appreciated Mayan dances while eating traditional foods, including some Mayan chocolate ice-cream called yam-yam. Then it was off to Placencia Village, followed by a performance by the Garifuna collective back on board National Geographic Sea Lion.