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==Get in==
 
==Get in==
Orange Walk Town is a little over an hour from the airport in [[Belize City]], up the Northern Highway.  The Highway is also known as the Belize-Corozal road, and runs right through the center of town.  There is a toll booth on the approach to the Town from Belize City (or simply Belize, as the locals put it).  The road is generally in good condition, although like anywhere in Northern Belize, one must be careful in the wet season while driving off the main roads and highways. During the sugar cane season, watch out for the many large cane trucks.
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Orange Walk Town is a little over an hour from the airport in [[Belize City]], up the Northern Highway.  The Highway is also known as the Belize-Corozal road, and runs right through the center of town.  There is a toll booth on the approach to the Town from Belize City (or simply Belize, as the locals put it).  The road is generally in good condition, although like anywhere in Northern Belize, one must be careful in the wet season. During the sugar cane season, watch out for the many large cane trucks.  
Recently in 2012 the highways were renamed and the Northern Highway is now the Philip Goldson highway.
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==Get around==
 
==Get around==
 
'''Walking''' is the best way to get around the downtown area.  The market area between the Corozal road and Main Street gets going early in the morning.  There are many small to medium shops and restaurants.  Do not miss the carts selling breakfast tacos.  Walking anywhere in the town is fairly safe, especially in groups, and the people are friendly and will be happy to chat.  
 
'''Walking''' is the best way to get around the downtown area.  The market area between the Corozal road and Main Street gets going early in the morning.  There are many small to medium shops and restaurants.  Do not miss the carts selling breakfast tacos.  Walking anywhere in the town is fairly safe, especially in groups, and the people are friendly and will be happy to chat.  

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