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$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Caves Branch – The Nohoch Che’en Reserve belize-caves-branch The Belize Caves Branch – one of the areas where the river exits an underground cavern.... more
The Caves Branch Cave is one of several subterranean sites that were carved out of the limestone foothills of the Maya Mountains by the very active Caves Branch River. Our country is unique in that it has the largest cave system in Central America and the Cave’s Branch is part of this natural wonder, most as yet unexplored or mapped. This is a must-see for any visitor, and one of the Top Ten Things To Do In Belize.
The site provides us with an excellent example of the erosive power of water, and the natural wonders of the country.
Flow through the refreshingly cool waters, and take a ride with a bird's eye view on the zip line.
$
250
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Xunantunich means the “Stone Maiden” in the Maya language. Since 1892, numerous people have claimed to have seen a ghost here, dressed completely in white with red glowing ... moreeyes. Ongoing excavations have revealed that the Xunantunich Mayan ruins in Belize probably played an important role in the political power struggle of the Classical period. It seems likely that it joined in an alliance with Caracol & Calakmul in Mexico to bring down Tikal in Guatemala. Xunantunich stands on a flattened hilltop, overlooking the Mopan River in Belize. There are 5 plazas on site, which were once part of this Maya civic ceremonial center. However they are completely overshadowed by the towering El Castillo or The Castle – it’s what makes the Xunantunich Mayan ruins in San Ignacio one of the top destinations in Belize.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
This tour is offered to capture both the wonderful world of the Maya and some of the amazing birds of Belize. The tour begins with pickup at your hotel, cruise ship or airport. We ... morehead to the old northern highway en route to the ancient Mayan City of Altun Ha, once a major trading city in the Mayan World and home to the famous jade head of Kinich Ahau. Passing through the savannas of northern Belize we may encounter the magnificent Jabiru, Black-throated Bobwhites and Vermilion Flycatchers. Leaving the savanna we pass through the old logging settlements of Luckystrike and Rockstone Pond and unto Altun Ha. At the site itself, our expert guide will provide you with a well-informed tour of the ancient city with pointing out birds that may be passing over; such as King Vultures, White-crowned Parrots, and Montezuma Oropendolas. Following the tour of the main site, we will take the trail to an ancient pond that was built by the people of Altun Ha to provide water during the dry season. Along the way, the broadleaf forest will provide us with species such as Golden-Olive Woodpeckers, Royal Flycatchers, Black-headed Trogons and our national bird the Keel-billed Toucan. At the pond, we'll come across Green and Ringed Kingfishers, Anhingas, Green Herons and even the surprise treat of a Morelet's Crocodile. After finishing up the tour we will head back to your drop-off location.
$
107
/ Person
Provider:
Take a relaxing float on the crisp waters of the Nohoch Che’en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve. Your guide will fit you with a helmet and give you an inner tube at the entrance ... moreof the park. Then you will take a short but fun hike to the entrance of the cave. While on the hike, you will pass through a shallow river and get to explore small limestone caves. The Caves Branch System includes 9 caves, but your basic tour will last approximately an hour and a half and will be a relaxing, fun adventure. Once you reach the entrance to the cave, your guide will tether your group’s tubes together and then pull you through the cave, as he or she points out schools of cavefish, Mayan paintings, and stalactites inside the cave. You will also spot plenty of birds and other wildlife once you emerge on the other side of the caves. After your relaxing float, enjoy a swim before the short hike back to the park entrance.
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Xunantunich, which means “Stone Lady” in the Mayan language, is one of the many impressive ancient Mayan sites in Belize. To reach these ruins, you will travel with your guide in a ... morehand-cranked ferry across the Mopan River. Xunantunich sits atop a stunning green hilltop with views of a nearby border town, Benque Viejo del Carmen, and Melchor de Mencos, Guatemala. Enjoy a half-day climbing the pyramids, some of which were recently excavated. Learn more about Mayan history in the museum, including how the name of the ruins changed over time. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the howler monkeys that live in the forest canopies at the site, or a wish willy (black iguana) that can be spotted trying to blend into the rock of the pyramids. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the site, or travel back across the river to try some yummy local cuisine. A must-see in Belize!
$
85
/ Person
Provider:
Cahal Pech, which means “Place of the Ticks”, in the Mayan language, sits atop a steep hill that overlooks the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. Your guide will tell you more ... moreabout this site, which is believed to have been first settled around 1200 BC. From the structures of the site, you can see that its inhabitants were rather sophisticated people. They built circular platforms used for ceremonial purposes, housing structures that resemble modern houses, and a ball court, which are all in amazing condition after thousands of years. Come explore these ruins and let your guide tell you more about the people who lived at Cahal Pech created art and traded communicated with their neighbors in the nearby cities of Xunantunich, El Pilar, and others.
$
112
/ Person
Provider:
Altun Ha, which means “Rockstone Pond”, is located 31 miles north of Belize City on the Old Northern Highway. Your expert guide will lead you on this excursion. This site is rich with ... morewildlife: hundreds of species of birds, crocodiles in the ancient reservoir, armadillos, bats, squirrels, tapirs, and more have all been spotted at this site. Altun Ha was a ceremonial site that has two main temples and 13 additional structures. Located near the Caribbean Sea, it was part of a network of other sites near the coast. The discovery of tombs at the site indicates that Altun Ha was inhabited by the elite ruling class. Another interesting feature of this site is the reservoir which was made by the ancient people. The bottom of the reservoir contains yellow clay, which hardened to form a base that retains water. Enjoy learning more about this wealthy Mayan site!
$
112
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
On this all-day excursion from the Cayo District, you will travel to the Mayan site of Lamanai and also get to try the famous Sugar City tacos! Lamanai, which means “Submerged Crocodile”, ... moreis located in the Orange Walk district in northern Belize. Lamanai is impressive and well-known for the exceptionally long length of time that it was occupied by the Mayan people: its occupation spanned from the Preclassic Maya period all the way into the Spanish and British Colonial periods in the early 20th century. In contrast, most of the other Mayan sites in Belize were abandoned by the 10th century AD. To get to the site, your experienced guide will accompany you on an organized boat trip which departs from Orange Walk Town and travels along the New River. Once you reach the site, be sure to take in the impressive history as you explore notable structures such as the Mask Temple, Jaguar Temple, and High Temple. After your tour of the site, make sure to try the Sugar City tacos (in Orange Walk), which are claimed to be the best tacos in the
country!
$
112
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Your experienced guide will help you navigate across the Belize/Guatemala border to Yaxha, which is located in the Petén region of Guatemala. During the Pre-Columbian Maya Period, ... moreYaxha was the third largest city in the region. It is situated on the north shore of Lake Yaxha and is an excellent day trip from Benque Viejo del Carmen, Belize. Yaxha, which means “Green Waters”, is an impressive site that contains over 500 structures, including 40 stelae (Mayan gravestones), several pyramid temples and ball courts. Yaxha’s highest structure, Structure 216, offers stunning views of the lake and surrounding forest. A great
alternative to Tikal!
$
108
/ Person
Provider:
Pacbitun is a lesser-known Mayan site located near San Antonio Village in the Cayo District, Belize. The name means “Stone Set in Earth”. Your experienced guide will take you to this ... moresite, which has just recently begun to be excavated. This site was inhabited for around 2000 years, from 900 BC to 900 AD. This site is unique because it was recently discovered that during the Late Classic period, the Mayan people had a slate workshop, which is attached to one of the royal court's zones on the complex. This is a great off-the-beaten-track ruin that would make for a great stop to or from Mountain Pine Ridge!
$
112
/ Person
Provider:
El Pilar is a Mayan Ruin located about 7 miles from Bullet Tree Falls village in Cayo, Belize. Your expert guide will take you to this site, which is surrounded by an abundance of ... morewater sources (“pila” means “water basin” in Spanish). This site is still being excavated, and most structures are in the early stages of excavation. An interesting feature of this site is a causeway which runs along the eastern edge of the site all the way across the border of the country into Guatemala. So far, 12 pyramids and 25 plazas have been discovered at El Pilar. It is believed to have been inhabited from 500 BC to 1000 AD. There are a variety of different residential structures at the sight, including an elite household, and also ceremonial
structures. In addition to 3 archaeological trails, there are also 2 nature trails for you to explore on the site. Your guide would be happy to accompany you on the trails and point out notable plants and wildlife in addition to providing you with more information about the rich Mayan history.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
Belmopan City
Provider:
Actun Tunichil Muknal is located in the Cayo district at the Tapir Nature Mountain Reserve. We will need to take 15 minutes to ride to the village of teakettle, then we drive south/west ... morefor about 35 minutes. We will arrive at the parking lot of the reserve, guest will be instructed to use the restroom first and then we will provide guests with their helmets, lights, and light vest if necessary. We will hike for 35 minutes passing through three rivers in the Tapir Nature Mountain reserve after which we will arrive at the entrance of the cave. Our knowledgeable guide will provide you will an introduction to the cave. We enter the cave for a three hours tour. We will have Belizean lunch, rum punch, desserts, sodas and water at the end of the tour. All guest change and we return.
$
138
/ Adult
Departs From:
Belize City
Provider:
Altun Ha dates back to 200 B.C. and covers an area of 44 acres. The site is rich with wildlife like armadillos, bats, coati, tapir, foxes, and white-tailed deer. 200 species of birds ... moreand even crocodiles inhabit the large Maya-made water reservoir. This city was a very wealthy ceremonial center which is evidenced by the excavation of the famous jade head.
In the village of Bermudian landing, the people have established a special relationship with the black howler monkeys. It took years to foster this relationship of trust with the monkeys and now visitors can actually come face to face with these friendly creatures.

Departure time is 8:00 - 8:30 am
From Belize City

Things to wear:
comfortable walking shoes, comfortable athletic clothes, sun block.

**Price of a ferry from islands to tour starting point in Belize City can be a lot less if guests opt for us to purchase the ferry tickets for them.**
$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Visit one of the largest and most important Mayan places in Central America. The driver of Tikal Go will pass by you to your hotel in San Ignacio and will take you to the border with ... moreGuatemala.

He is going to explain all the procedures to cross the border and on the other side, your Guide of Tikal Go will be waiting for you to start the tour.

Don’t worry about long queues at the entrance to Tikal, we take care that you don’t have to get off the car and we’ll buy the tickets in advance for you.

Once we are in the Park, let your imagination fly
Enter a mysterious world where there are more than 3000 structures and only 30% of them are discovered.

We’ll tell you how the Mayans lived as meanwhile we pass through the Palaces of the Mayan Aristocracy, teach you what their values were, their structure, their religion.

After a great hike, we will arrive at Central Park where you’ll get to know the spectacular Pyramid symbol of Guatemala: The Grand Jaguar.

We will climb the Temple of the Masks: The Temple 2.

After that, we’ll continue our journey in El Mundo Perdido to understand where the City started and the calculation accuracy of the ancient civilization.

But it does not end here!!! We’ll finish the tour climbing one of the highest pyramids in the world: Temple IV, with a height of 64 meters, which has been used as a stage for several films, one of them the first Star Wars movie of 1977, as well as the eleventh James Bond movie of 1979.

After 3 to 4 hours of tour, we’ll end up delighting with typical Guatemalan food in the best restaurant in the Park.

In conclusion, discover the history of the Mayans and delve into their culture where science, mathematics, wars, arranged marriages between families, religious sacrifices and their impressive capacity to build make us understand how this civilization was one of the most important the history of mankind.
$
100
/ Person
$
280
/ Group
Departs From:
Hopkins
Xunantunich Mayan ruin, also known as the "Maiden of the Rock” is the second tallest Mayan ruin in Belize. Xunantunich is located across from Benque Viejo Road near the village of ... moreSan Jose Succotz just a few miles from Belize’s western border with Guatemala. From there a hand-cranked ferry will take you across the Mopan River. From the other side of the river, it's a mile uphill to the site, which can be accessed on foot or in a vehicle.

The Blue Hole is a cool and refreshing place for an afternoon swim. It was formed by the collapse of an underground limestone cave. In this case, the river running through the original cavern still flows through the cave system and forms a sapphire-colored pool at the bottom of the sinkhole. The depression measures about 100 feet deep and 300 feet in diameter, with the actual blue hole at the depression’s base having a depth of about 25 feet.
$
195
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Provider:
The ATM Cave is a "must do" tour experience- and it's easily accessible!! The tour starts with a 45 min hike through the jungle in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. It is a great ... moreway to soak in the majesty of the surrounding jungle. You will cross three rivers as you wind your way through the jungle to the mouth of the cave. Tour duration is approximately 3 hours. Bring along a change of clothes as you will be completely wet by the time the tour is over. Understanding why this cave was of such sacred importance to the Mayas requires an understanding of their spirituality. In the Maya religion, the gods of agriculture, rain, and fertility were believed to reside in the underworld. It would only seem natural that the ATM Cave, with its seemingly endless pits, would be seen as a potential gateway to the underworld. By making human sacrifices within the cave, they could appeal to these important gods practically at their front door.

Guests should dress as if preparing for a hike, bringing comfortable clothes and sturdy closed-toe shoes. Also, socks are mandatory for walking inside the cave. Bear in mind that no cameras are allowed within the cave. The prohibition of cameras prevents damage to remaining skeletons and artifacts and preserves ATM for future generations.
$
195
/ Person
Departs From:
Caye Caulker
Provider:
The ATM Cave is a "must do" tour experience- and it's easily accessible!! The tour starts with a 45 min hike through the jungle in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. It is a great ... moreway to soak in the majesty of the surrounding jungle. You will cross three rivers as you wind your way through the jungle to the mouth of the cave. Tour duration is approximately 3 hours. Bring along a change of clothes as you will be completely wet by the time the tour is over. Understanding why this cave was of such sacred importance to the Mayas requires an understanding of their spirituality. In the Maya religion, the gods of agriculture, rain, and fertility were believed to reside in the underworld. It would only seem natural that the ATM Cave, with its seemingly endless pits, would be seen as a potential gateway to the underworld. By making human sacrifices within the cave, they could appeal to these important gods practically at their front door.

Guests should dress as if preparing for a hike, bringing comfortable clothes and sturdy closed-toe shoes. Also, socks are mandatory for walking inside the cave. Bear in mind that no cameras are allowed within the cave. The prohibition of cameras prevents damage to remaining skeletons and artifacts and preserves ATM for future generations.
$
260
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$
295
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Provider:
The ATM Cave is a "must do" tour experience- and it's easily accessible!! The tour starts with a 45 min hike through the jungle in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. It is a great ... moreway to soak in the majesty of the surrounding jungle. You will cross three rivers as you wind your way through the jungle to the mouth of the cave. Tour duration is approximately 3 hours. Bring along a change of clothes as you will be completely wet by the time the tour is over. Understanding why this cave was of such sacred importance to the Mayas requires an understanding of their spirituality. In the Maya religion, the gods of agriculture, rain, and fertility were believed to reside in the underworld. It would only seem natural that the ATM Cave, with its seemingly endless pits, would be seen as a potential gateway to the underworld. By making human sacrifices within the cave, they could appeal to these important gods practically at their front door.

Guests should dress as if preparing for a hike, bringing comfortable clothes and sturdy closed-toe shoes. Also, socks are mandatory for walking inside the cave. Bear in mind that no cameras are allowed within the cave. The prohibition of cameras prevents damage to remaining skeletons and artifacts and preserves ATM for future generations.
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Caracol Ruins and Rio On Pools tour start at 8:00 am and drive from San Ignacio for approximate 2 hours on dirt road we call it a (free massage) to the parking area guided tour on ... morethe largest Mayan city ones defeat Tikal of Guatemala after tour, lunch break and drive back with a stop at Rio On Pools for swimming or relaxing, back to hotel around 5:00 pm.

This is one of the largest Mayan Sites around the Mayan World. You will experience wildlife and most importantly valuable treasures such as Stelas, Altars and much more.