Nim Li Punit, which during the late classic could be part of the same political entity that Lubaantun is located only 9 miles to the east. It is located on the shores of the “Arroyo Dorado”, in the foothills of the Maya Mountains, in a region known as Toledo Beds. Unlike Lubaantún, this site has no monumental architecture, but if a set of 26 monumental stelae, of which seven have inscriptions in sandstone and slate. Its monuments highlights the Stela 14, with their 30 ft height is the highest in Belize and the second highest in the Mayan world. In addition, the ruler wears a headdress in the form of hat, which gave the name to the site. The central area consists of a ceremonial group and two residential groups. The ceremonial center consists of two squares: La Plaza of Stelae was where the monuments were placed and where is the biggest pyramid site, 39 ft. height. The square of the Royal Tombs, located to the west, contains buildings and funerary enclosures. To the West lies a court ball game, which leads to the residential groups Ninki Pec and Akam. In the center of visitors of the site are exhibited its stelae, as well as a sample of lithic and ceramic artifacts recovered from tombs and other contexts. Pusilhá site is located between the rivers Poité and Machaca, in a valley relatively level, although some of the main architectural groups were located in terraces on the slopes of hills. The Acropolis is located in the Gateway Hill, on the southeast side of the site, which has a ball field at its base. To access this group you should cross the Machaca River by a stone bridge. To the northwest is the largest number of buildings grouped in the Moho Square and the Stelae Square, as well as another ball game court. The site of Uxbenka is part of the same cultural sphere as Lubaantún, Nim Li Punit and Pusilhá, evidenced by their architectural similarities. It is near the Blanco River, on a hill where it was built a joint type acropolis, whose basement rises 29 ft. which served as the ceremonial and administrative center of the site.

These are the names of the first men who were created and formed: the first man was BalamQuitzé, the second, Balam-Acab, the third, Mahucutah, and the fourth was Iqui-Balam.