The Marco Gonzalez Maya Site Project needs your help. The Park will be the location of a
Visitors Center housing Mayan artifacts from the site with visual aids of the Maya island lifestyle and
History. The Center will also have an Educational Center for our over 2,000 children on the island so
that they may gain a better understanding of their heritage. A gift shop will offer Mayan products,
educational books and souvenirs.
To reach the site (see Maps), a visitor must cross over mangrove marshland. A footbridge will stretch
over one-quarter of a mile from road to high ground of Marco Gonzalez. Along the way, there will be
covered platforms extending from the bridge where people can rest or simply enjoy the flora and fauna
and eco system of birding. Interpretive boards will be placed along the way to identify and educate
the visitor. Add to this the need for support buildings of restrooms, security and storage.
Total cost for this project is estimated at $1mil USD.
How you can help:
Direct donations can be arranged by e.mailing the Marco Gonzalez Maya Site Project Chairman
of the Board Jan Brown at email@example.com. See Contact Page for address.
US Tax Exempt 501.c.3 donations may be made through:
Maya Research Program
c/o Marco Gonzalez Maya Site Project
1910 East SE Loop 323, #296
Tyler, TX 75701
2012 Marco Gonzalez Maya Calendar, available in the fall of 2011. $20BZ/$10US
The calendar will feature photos of the site, birds, animals found on site and a fun twist in December which
will make you wish you'd ordered more copies for friends!
To reserve your copy of the Calendar, please use the Contact Page to send an e.mail. Postage cost
will be added for mailing.
Tours are available daily. Cost is Visitors $20BZ; Belizean Citizens $10BZ.
Call 226-2059 or662-2725 to schedule.
T-shirts are available. Cost is $25BZ/$12.50