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$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
We depart early to visit one of the most impressive archeologically excavated sites in Belize. See the temple named Canaa, the tallest man-made structure in the country. Caracol was ... morebuilt by the Maya commencing around 300 B.C. and was prosperous until the 800's A.D. It is located on the Vaca Plateau in the Maya Mountains. Right next to the Chiqibul Forest Reserve. On the way back we make a stop at the scenic Rio On Pools to take beautiful pictures or take a swim in the refreshing water.

The Caracol tour is a Combo and includes on the way a visit to the Rio Frio Cave. This cave has a huge entrance and beautiful formations with the Rio Frio passing through it. You get an opportunity to take pictures and explore the cave.
$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Tour with us as we unveil the mysteries and secrets of the Maya underworld. Morales family, owners, and pioneers to this location many years ago can recount many stories of the logging ... moredays, jaguars, and the long mule trips into their little “paradise.” The cave, a healthy 40 minutes climb through the bush from the Morales farm, consists of Mayan pottery filled chambers with large intact pots varying in size, shape, and decoration.

Che Chem Ha Cave was used by the Maya as a storehouse for grain as well as a ceremonial center for their after-life bloodletting rituals. The different levels of the cave contain numerous pristine artifacts, including large pottery vessels, some with paintings and other district markings. One of the chambers contains artifacts used in performing their ritualized ceremonies.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
El Pilar An Ancient Ceremonial Center A forty-five-minute drive from San Ignacio takes us to the jungle preserve surrounding the ancient ceremonial center of El Pilar. A partially ... moreexcavated Early Classic Period site now located with a modern border of Guatemala dividing its plazas. The site is a popular half-day tour, birding or night time wildlife viewing hike.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
The cave entrance is reached on a jungle trail shaded by the leafy canopy of medicinal trees and vines, the home of many beautiful birds. We will explore the three cave by inner tube, ... morefloating through large columns of stalactite formations, a sacred underground world to the Maya. This tour can be combined with a nearby zip line ride.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
In the late afternoons and into the night, many of the wonderful forest wildlife of Belize become very active. With spotlight, flashlight and motion camera we can view the along our ... moretrail hike. Jungle forests only a few miles from San Ignacio are still the home of the monkey, Kinkajoo, Tapir, Deer, Koati, Agouti, Jaguarundi, Armadillo, Raccoon, Fox, Possum, Paca, Tyra, and others. This tour can be combined with several other half day venues or included as overnight jungle camping.
$
140
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
All inclusive OVERNIGHT CAMPING adventures can be provided in your choice of several jungle forest areas. Horseback, hiking or 4-wheel drive transport, it’s up to you.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
An opportunity to view some of Belize's most beautiful birds. There are close to 600 species of birds, including approximately 20 to 25% migrants. Cayo District is an excellent place ... morefor bird watching with locations such as El Pillar, Mountain Ridge, Spanish Lookout, etc. In addition for avid bird watchers, packages can be customized to include other excellent locations in other parts of the country such as the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, Lamanai, Blue Hole National Park, Baboon Sanctuary, Jaguar Reserve, Guanacaste National Park and Gra Gra Lagoon and other locations. Bird watching tours can also be combined with other tours for eg Mayan sites and nature walks.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Guided by experienced local fishermen, in a canoe or along the banks of the Macal, Mopan or Belize Rivers, try your luck with handline or fishing pole. Catfish or tuba are the usual ... morepan-sized catches, with even the game fish Tarpon in season.
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Water adventures on the Mopan or Macal Rivers. Enjoy the scenery of beautiful birds, wildlife animals, fish, and orchids under the shady trees the watchful eye of our local iguanas ... moreare looking at you.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
St. Herman’s Cave was a sacred Maya ceremonial site in the Classic Period. The concrete steps at its entrance cover original stone steps carved over a thousand year ago. From the cave, ... morewe take a 45-minute nature trail hike to the Blue Hole. This turquoise blue pool is surrounded by lush jungle, a great spot for birding and refreshing dip.
$
140
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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This full day of adventure begins early to arrive at the famous Mundo Maya site of Tikal in Guatemala. Located in the picturesque jungle of Tikal National Park, The site promises splendid ... moreMaya structures, a museum of intriguing artifacts and regularly seen wildlife such as troops of Spider Monkeys, Upon your request, we can include on our return, the jungle zip line ride.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave is a cave in Belize, near San Ignacio, Cayo District, notable as a Maya archaeological site that includes skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware. There are several ... moreareas with skeletal remains in the main chamber. The best known as "The Crystal Maiden", the skeleton of an adolescent (an 18-year-old girl), possibly a sacrifice victim, whose bones have been calcified to a sparkling, crystallized appearance. Recent studies, however, claim that the remains are male and not female.

The ceramics at the site are significant partly because they are marked with "kill holes", which indicate that they were used for ceremonial purposes. Many of the Maya artifacts and remains are completely calcified to the cave floor. One artifact, named the "Monkey Pot", is one of just four of its type found in Central America. The Maya also modified cave formations here, in some instances to create altars for the offerings, in others to create silhouettes of faces and animals or to project a shadow image into the cave. The cave is extensively decorated with cave formations in the upper passages.

Animal life in the cave includes a large population of bats, large freshwater crabs, crayfish, catfish and other tropical fish. Large invertebrates like Amblypygi and various predatory spiders also inhabit the cave. Agouti and otters may also use the cave. These and many other species are quite common in river caves of this size in Belize.
$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Customized tours into this, our third largest national park in Belize, can be arranged to fit your adventure preferences. Hiking, horseback riding, or four-wheel drive entry are available ... morewithin the 16,000-acre high forested jungle park nestled in the beautiful Maya Mountains. Only Minutes from San Ignacio you can enter into the Maya sacred offering caves, swim in waterfall waters of Sakt’aj, Surrounded by the famous wildlife and birds of Belize. We are pleased to offer all-inclusive day trips or overnight camping.
$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
The package deal can be arranged, including: Altun Ha, Baboon Sanctuary and Lamanai.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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This trip starts with a 45-minute jungle hike that includes three creek crossings and then the entrance to Achtun Tunichil Muknal looms out of the jungle mist inviting the explorer ... moreto discover ancient Maya secrets.

You will swim into the ancient Maya Underworld and spend the next few hours exploring places known to a very few people. Access to the ATM cave is limited by the Belize Department of Archeology and, unlike other area caves, this one has been largely protected from looting.

The ATM’s secrets include Maya pottery, the full skeleton of a teenage Maya girl now called “The Crystal Maiden”, and other human remains.

The ATM Tour is for the adventurous. Hiking, climbing, and swimming can be challenging. Remember though, nothing incredible is ever easy and this trip is incredible! Experience some of the best adventures Belize has to offer, Actun Tunichil Muknal, the ATM Cave.
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Your adventure starts with an 8 am pick up from your San Ignacio hotel. You will then have a short drive to the stables where your personal guide will enthrall you with the site's ... morehistory and fauna of the archeologically rich San Lorenzo area for approximately two hours. Once you leave the farm you then take an approximately 1-hour drive to the amazing Big Rock Falls. Once at the falls you will enjoy your home cooked lunch. Although the path to the falls will require some physical agility, the opportunity to witness and swim close to this spectacular 150-foot cascade is a must see. After a few hours frolicking in the water, you will be ready for your drive back to your San Ignacio hotel. Alternatively, you may opt to curtail your time at Big Rock Falls and enjoy the sedate Rio On Pools as well before driving to your hotel.
$
185
/ Person
Gear up for a behind the scenes adventure through the Citrus Orchards and Rain Forest of Belize! Follow our knowledgeable tour guide off the beaten path, while learning about the flora, ... morefauna, and wildlife native to our area. Make a stop and explore Lynam - Belize’s first central prison, which is now abandoned. Journey through Anri Agricultural School and the Teak Plantation. Absorb the breath-taking landscape when we stop along the North Stann Creek River for a refreshing swim and a Belizean treat! Our tour concludes at the entrance of Bocawina. 

Glide like a bird through the pristine Rain Forest Canopy on the longest zip line in Belize with 14 platforms, 9 different runs. The complete course is 2.5 miles long with the longest single run being 2,300 feet. The Bocawina zip line has triple safety and the tour takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete.
$
100
/ Person
Gear up for a behind the scenes adventure through the Citrus Orchards and Rainforest of Belize!  Follow our knowledgeable tour guide off the beaten path, while learning about the flora, ... morefauna and wildlife native to our area. Make a stop and explore Lynam - Belize’s first central prison, which is now abandoned. Journey through Anri Agricultural School and the Teak Plantation. Absorb the breath-taking landscape when we stop along the North Stann Creek River for a refreshing swim and a Belizean treat! Our tour concludes at the entrance of Bocawina.
$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Provider:
The Belize Zoo is less of a traditional zoo to display animals from around the world and more of a rescue center for abandoned and injured animals. Home to more than 145 species of ... moreindigenous animals, the Belize Zoo is one of the best places to learn about the incredible diversity of wildlife found in the country.

The Belize Zoo measures approximately 29 acres in size with plenty of space to create comfortable habitats for the animals. The Belize Zoo plays an important role in helping educate both foreign visitors and locals alike about the wide diversity of fauna in the country and the importance of protecting and preserving it.

Founded in 1983, the Belize Zoo is the first facility of its kind to be fully accessible to individuals with reduced or impaired mobility. Animals at the zoo include birds such as parrots, keel-billed toucans, giant harpy eagles, scarlet macaws, vultures, and the endangered Jabiru Stork. The Belize Zoo is also home to reptiles and amphibians, including crocodiles, snakes, salamanders, frogs, and lizards.

Mammals found at the zoo include all five of Belize’s big cat species: jaguars, margays, ocelots, coatis, and jaguarundis. Other mammals found at the zoo include black howler monkeys, gibnuts, tapirs, and the famous kinkajou, sometimes referred to as the “nightwalker.”

There is also a gift shop located on the premises of the zoo. Income from visitor admissions helps the zoo fund its educational programs for the youth of Belize as well as conservation programs such as its jaguar rehabilitation program and harpy eagle restoration program. Proceeds also help fund the Belize Zoo’s continuing mission to provide care for injured, orphaned, and abandoned animals from all across the country.

The Belize Zoo is located approximately a 30-minute drive west of Belize City and receives over 68,000 visitors every year.
$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Provider:
Xunantunich Maya Ruins One of the largest ancient Maya cities ever built, Xunantunich is located approximately 70 miles (110 km) west of Belize City. Constructed on a ridge overlooking ... morethe Mopan River, Xunantunich was once home to nearly 100,000 people.

The original name of the site is unknown, but its modern name derives from a Maya term that means “Stone Woman.” First rediscovered in 1892, many visitors to the site reported seeing a ghostly woman who was reported to haunt the structure known as “El Castillo” (The Castle).

Still the second-largest manmade structure in the country, El Castillo measures 130 feet (40 meters) tall. Built as a temple pyramid, El Castillo is located in the exact center of the town.

Today, Xunantunich is located approximately one mile from the Guatemalan border. During its heyday during the Classic Period of the Maya civilization (around 600-700 AD), Xunanutinch competed with nearby cities, including Naranjo, Caracol, and Tikal (which lies just a few miles over the border in Guatemala).

Inland Blue Hole

Not to be confused with the Blue Hole that lies on the offshore reef, the Inland Blue Hole is located in the St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park near the capital of Belize, Belmopan.

First designated a national park in 1986, St. Herman’s is managed by the Belize Audobon Society as it sits in the middle of one of the most ecologically diverse areas of the country. Over 200 species of birds have been recorded in the area, including the red-legged honeycreeper and the piratic flycatcher. There is also a wide selection of wildlife in the park, including three big cat species.

The Inland Blue Hole itself is a natural phenomenon formed thousands of years ago when a cave collapsed. Today, the Inland Blue Hole is filled with spring-fed water that is naturally a brilliant shade of blue. A perfect area for enjoying a picnic or respite from the heat, the Inland Blue Hole’s refreshing waters offer swimmers a great way to cool off on a hot day.

Other nearby attractions in the park include two caves, St. Herman’s Cave and the Crystal Cave. The water from the Inland Blue Hole flows directly into St. Herman’s Cave, located approximately one mile away.
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