El Pilar is one of the largest sites of Belize and much of their settlement is located on the Guatemalan side, so their conservation has been achieved through the formation of a bi-national park. Although its main buildings have not been restored, you can see mounds that reach the 68 ft. tall and some of the walls and domes preserved in a jungle environment. It contains around 15 parks, and the most important are Axcanan, Copal, Goblin, and pheasant. The small residential group to close to the village of Bullet Tree Falls has been partially restored to show the way of life of the pre-Hispanic inhabitants, as part of a project that aims to recover local ethnobotany and sustainable agroforestry practices.
The first is called Caculhá Huracán. The second is Chipi-Caculhá. The third is Raxa-Caculhá. And these three are the Heart of Heaven.