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$
175
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Provider:
AMAZING JUNGLE ADVENTURES We begin by making our way to the mainland & up the Belize River. Along the way while we serve breakfast keep an eye out to spot crocodiles, iguanas & ... morepossibly manatees.

We board a private bus that takes us to the unique Belize Zoo, where we see animals native to Belize.

Next, it is on to Caves Branch for lunch. After, it’s time for the fun to begin as we make our way through the jungle and splash into the caves. You float through the cool waters in your tube with your headlamp.
$
190
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$
250
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Xunantunich is an Ancient Mayan archaeological site in western Belize, about 80 miles (130 km) west of Belize City, in the Cayo District. Xunantunich is located atop a ridge above ... morethe Mopan River, well within sight of the Guatemala border – which is a mere 1 kilometer (0.62 mi) to the west. It served as a Maya civic ceremonial center in the Late and Terminal Classic periods in the Belize Valley region. At this time, when the region was at its peak, nearly 200,000 people lived in Belize.

Xunantunich’s name means "Stone Woman" in the Maya language (Mopan and Yucatec combination name), and, like many names given to Maya archaeological sites, is a modern name; the ancient name is currently unknown. The "Stone Woman" refers to the ghost of a woman claimed by several people to inhabit the site, beginning in 1892. She is dressed completely in white and has fire-red glowing eyes. She generally appears in front of "El Castillo", ascends the stone stairs, and disappears into a stone wall.
$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Located deep within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, in the Maya Mountains, Caracol is the largest known Maya site in Belize and one of the biggest in the Maya world. While traveling ... moreto this location, you will enjoy the stunning scenery of the flora and fauna that enhance the true beauty of this magnificent Maya City. Here, you will be given a lifetime experience as you trail along paths that were once threaded by nobles and peasants that lived in this mystic world. Archeological discoveries have revealed that Caracol had an urban area approximately 10 kilometers in a radius around the center of the city, in the year 650 AD. At its peak, Caracol's epicenter, or town, housed about 15,000 people. Caracol. Caana (meaning sky palace), the main pyramid at Caracol, houses 4 palaces and 3 temples and remains the tallest building in modern Belize, with an impressive height of approximately 141 feet. Caracol is a world in which the gods demanded ceremonies and rituals.
$
130
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
20 minutes drive from San Ignacio Town will take you to Xunantunich Mayan Ruins Meaning “Maiden of the Rock” which is located on the Western Highway across the river. The ceremonial ... morecenter is only 1 mile away after crossing the ferry on the Mopan River at San Jose Succutz. 

This Classic Period site provides an impressive view of the entire river valley. The site core occupies only 300 square meters but the periphery covers several square kilometers. El Castillo, the partially excavated and largest pyramid rises 130 feet above the main plaza and offers an impressive view of the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala.
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Guest will be picked up upon request by our trained tour guides at Fort Street Tourist Village. Our guide will reassure that all guests are comfortable and safely seated in our 15-seater ... moreair condition vans. The 1-hour journey will start with us heading onto the Phillip Goldson highway. Along the way, the guest will be enlightened will knowledge of our beautiful country Belize. Various flora and fauna will be seen along the way. We will arrive at the Altun Ha Maya site and our guides will instruct the guest on the order in which they will go, along with a map of the grounds. The actual time on the site will be for about 2 hours. Guests will be able to climb the Maya Ruins and take pictures. The tour guide will provide a lot of information about the site. This is an adventure you cannot miss while you're in Belize. Book with us today to have the time of your life...
$
250
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Royal Tombs, dwellings, and 2 ball courts are just a fraction of what is waiting to be explored at Caracol or what the Mayan once called “oxwitza.” This all-day tour allows you to ... moreclimb Caana “Sky Place” the highest Mayan temple found in Belize which stands at 143 ft off the ground. Listen keenly as your guide illustrates the significance of each monument using evidence standing right before your eyes.
$
225
/ Person
Departs From:
Placencia
Provider:
As we embark on this 100-mile drive through the hills of the country, you’ll encounter a breathtaking view of the mountains as we make our way to the Western Highway. Once we come ... moreto the banks of the Mopan River, we will cross on a hand-operated ferry before arriving across grassy plazas, where you explore the architecture of Xunantunich, at its highest point (130ft) which provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding rivers and towns as well as Guatemala. After exploring the ruins we drive to Franks Eddie where we will immediately have lunch, next we gear up and hike 20 minutes (1 WAY ONLY) through the lush rainforest with running streams rich tropical plants, and wild diverse wildlife. Arriving, you then descend below the surface of the earth to Xibalba – the sacred world of caves. There you will begin to explore the mystery of caves and the Maya ritual ceremonies on floating tubes and meander through the cool waters of these Maya caverns with hidden pottery, glittering rim stone dams, and waterfall all at your suspense.
$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Your adventure starts as you are picked up by your expert tour guide at your Belize City Hotel, Air Strip, Marine Terminal, or the Belize Cruise Port for a scenic drive into Belize ... moreCity. Take a few minutes to marvel at the colonial architecture and city highlights, then pass small farms and charming Creole villages as you make your way to Nohoch Cheen Archaeological Reserve.

Upon arrival, your guide will lead you to the zip line facility, where you will be expertly fitted with a harness, safety helmet, and gloves. After a brief instruction, you will be guided to the zip line platform for a major adrenaline rush as you zoom through the trees on 10 zip lines. Once you have experienced the rainforest from the air, you will be outfitted with a helmet, adjustable headlamp, life jacket, and inner tube for the cave tubing portion of the tour. After a quick safety briefing on tubing skills, you will be escorted through the lush rainforest and sacred caves, where the Mayans believed deities and ancestors inhabited. Throughout the walk, your guide will point out plants and animals that are native to the area.

Once at the Caves Branch River, you will explore the rainforest by water as your hour-long tubing adventure takes you through a mixture of calm and fast-moving waters. If conditions permit, you will float past waterfalls into the cave systems. Enter cathedral-sized chambers and listen in amazement to the echoes of your voice while you observe the magnificent stalactites, stalagmites, and unusual limestone structures reflected by your headlamp.

Following your tubing adventure, you will head to a local restaurant where you can purchase a delicious homemade lunch of typical Belizean food, such as stewed chicken, rice and beans, and banana bread (if time permits). Please be advised that lunch is not included in the price of the tour. Furthermore, on the Belize excursion, you will wander the grounds under the swaying coconut palms and sacred Guanacaste trees before you return back to port. Book now for a fun-filled day in the rainforest of Belize that you will fondly remember for years to come.

Please Note: Lunch at the restaurant is optional and at your expense.
$
50
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Altun Ha consists of two plazas that include four ceremonial temples and two residential complexes. It is one of the few Maya sites in Belize where guests can still climb. The highest ... moretemple is approximately 16 meters. It was considered one of the wealthiest Maya sites in Belize because the biggest carved Jade head was found in the masonry temple which is the highest temple.

The length of the tour is approximately 4 hours. We pick you up at the Tourism Village at Terminal 1 and we drive for about 50 minutes on the Northern Highway. We take a detour for about 14 miles as we travel through a dense forest before we arrive at the ancient city of Altun Ha.
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Lace up your shoes and prepare to get a workout on this Belize excursion as you explore the famous ruins of Altun Ha. Translated as"Rockstone Pond" in the Mayan language, this multi-structure ... morearcheological site covers 44 acres and was occupied from B.C. 900 to about A.D. 1000.

This family-friendly, 4-hour tour is perfect for those who want to get a little exercise while visiting some of the area's must-see attractions. Wander through the structures to see the Central Precinct and the Sun God Tomb. See the traces of fire on structure C17 and climb 54 feet up the Temple of the Masonry Altars - the site's largest structure and the logo inspiration for Belikin, Belize's leading brand of beer - for a bird's eye view of the entire site.

Notice the large crocodiles inhabiting the Maya-made pond adjacent to the main temple throughout this Belize excursion. This area is also rich with other wildlife including armadillos, bats, paca, foxes, raccoons, tapir, and white-tailed deer. Remember to snap some photos to grace the walls of your home or office. Visit the museum and check out the artifacts then stop in one of the many small shops and pick up a souvenir or two before heading back to your Hotel, Airstrip or Cruise Ship.

Book now to experience this Mayan jewel in the jungle that is sure to be a favorite memory for years to come.
$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Provider:
The Ancient Mayan Temple of Lamanai is located along the river banks of The New River, Orange Walk District, Belize. Known as the longest continuously occupied site in all of Mesoamerica, ... moreLamanai boasts a wealth of history. Lamanai pronounced Lama'an/ayin means "submerged crocodile." The structures found at Lamanai are some of the oldest in Belize and many believe that this site was of moderate in size dated as early as 1500 BC. Some of the newer temples were occupied as recently as the 18th century AD. This means that Lamanai was occupied for a little over 3200 years! With an estimated population of about 34,000. How impressive!! Lamanai's trading over the borders of Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and Belize. Today only 5% of the 800 buildings within the complex have been excavated and explored. An interesting fact about Lamanai: these temples were built in layers which suggests that successive populations would build upon the temples of their ancestors instead of destroying them. Some of the most famous temples are the Jaguar Temple, The Ball Court, The High Temple (El Castillo), and the Mask Temple.
$
119
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$
132
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Xunantunich: Getting There: The adventure begins at 8:00 AM on a mere 10 – 15 minutes’ drive onto the village of San Jose Succotz. Here you will cross the Mopan River via an old-fashioned ... morehand-cranked ferry and onto the site's parking lot.

At Xunantunich: Upon arrival at the site, you’ll be amazed at how impressive the Temple of El Castillo (the main temple) actually is at a remarkable 120 feet in height. Pay close attention to the history of this once-royal center of ancient civilization as your guide walks you through the site. Feel free to climb to the top of El Castillo if you’re not afraid of heights. There you’ll have a jaw-dropping panoramic view of the surroundings which encompasses part of Guatemala, Benque Viejo Town, and San Jose Succotz among other areas.

Be careful coming down from the pyramid as you make your way over to the ancient ball court. Imagine the excitement happening in real-time as your guide paints a vivid picture of how the popular Mayan game of Pokatok was played. On-site you may get to see spider monkeys and, depending on the time of the year, even howler monkeys. An on-site museum will give you an overall idea of this ancient city’s actual size.

Big Rock Falls:

Starts: 1:00 PM Ends: 5:00 PM 

Getting There: After Xunantunich, you'll make your way onto the Mountain Pine Ridge road en route to Big Rock Falls. The drive is about 45 minutes on a partially paved road, the farther section of which is dirt.

Along the way, you’ll pass the villages of Cristo Rey and San Antonio. These are small settlements of mostly farmers along the Macal River. Along the way, your guide would normally point out local flora and fauna such as Toucans, Roadside Hawks, Iguanas, and Medicinal Plants and trees.

At the site: The parking lot is approximately 5 to 8 minutes’ walk from the waterfall so you'll want to take everything you’ll need with you for an enjoyable time at the waterfall. From the parking lot, you’ll be walking through a little trail that leads to quite a steep climb down to the river valley. Flip-flops are not advisable for this part of the trek. Once you’ve made your way carefully down that cliff, the delightful view of water rushing over the huge 150-ft rock formations and plummeting into the deep rounded pool at its base provides a rush of excitement. 

You won’t regret visiting this site for a nice cold swim amidst the scorching Belizean heat. You may choose to swim all the way up to the waterfall but try to contain the temptation to climb up any of the wet rocks or do so at your own risk, they tend to get very slippery. Your guide will allow you ample time to swim or bask at your own leisure until you're ready to head back to San Ignacio Town.
$
115
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$
139
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
BARTON CREEK is a living cave in that it is still growing and developing with 10ft of water flowing constantly throughout. The ancient Mayans believed that their Gods would reside ... morein such places and Barton Creek Cave in particular because of its abundance of water. The Mayan God Chaac (God of Water) was believed to occupy the cave, whenever the Mayas were going through a drought or needed a rain god for crops they would go into Barton Creek and sacrifice young virgins who were thought to be suitable gifts to the Gods. The Mayans believed the cave was an opening or gateway into the underworld and treated it with great fear and respect.

BIG ROCK FALLS: Deep in the escarpment of the Mountain Pine Ridge, Big Rock Falls is another of the area’s waterfall treasures. The tremendous view of water rushing over the huge 150-ft rock formations and plummeting into the deep perfectly round pool at its base provides a rush of excitement. You won’t regret stopping by to take a nice cold swim, which you will definitely enjoy regardless if you are on your own, with someone, or with your family.
$
185
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
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Start your day of fun by ascending El Castillo, Belize's second-largest Mayan temple, which stands 137 feet above the ground. From there, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of all the ... moreother temples that are situated below. Let your tour guide explain the significance of the stacco decoration on the side of El Castillo that depicts the Sun God flanked by the signs of the moon, Venus, and other days. After this experience, you'll enjoy a nice lunch in Belize and a drive through one of the most picturesque regions of the nation as you head to the cave tubing and zip line location. Travel through the verdant woodland to the platform, where you will be secured to the transverse lines and secured with a seated harness. Your imagination will be blown by 6 Lines that span open rivers and the jungle for distances ranging from 400 feet to 1,000 feet. Your soothing cave tubing excursion will start after a short stroll through the rainforest to a lovely sluggish river. Relax as your guide leads you through a sacred tunnel network before leading you to an open river, where the sun's final kiss will only bring your day to a close.

Note: There is a Minimum Requirement of 40 inches in order to do the Cave Tubing
$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
Caye Caulker
Cave tubing & Zipline
$
130
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Off the Hummingbird Highway, is the spiraling network of tunnels and limestone rooms comprising 36 “crystal” caves with enormous vaults of crystallized columns and statuary. Much of ... morethe geological structure of Belize is porous karst limestone. This makes it ideal for the formation of underground caves and rivers, although many caves have been known for years, new ones – including some of the most extensive systems in the whole of Central America.

Belize Cave Tubing Tour: Your guide will lead you through a jungle trail rich in flora and fauna, at the end of the trail you will tube down the Caves Branch River system relaxing on inflated tubes, the gentle currents of the river will draw you through amazing caves and taverns.

Headlamps will be provided so that you don’t miss a thing including Mayan artifacts during this underworld adventure.
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Tubing through Belize's unique underground cave system is the must-do tour in Belize. After meeting your Belize guide, you will walk to your air-conditioned transportation for the ... moreapproximately one-hour drive to the Caves Branch River and its winding path through the Mayan Mountains and numerous ancient caves.

After picking up your tube, you will walk down to the adjacent river. This will be the spot where you finish your float. You will start the adventure by wading across the river, holding onto a rope strung across the water. From here, you will set out on a 30-minute walk along a jungle trail over loose gravel. Guests must be in good shape and able to keep up with the guide on this Belize excursion.

At the entrance of the underground cave system, your guide will hand out miner's lamps before you enter the water. You will float along on the gentle current that will take you through the cave system. Intricate crystalline formations line the cave, and the majestic rise and fall of stalagmites and stalactites add to the serene opulence of nature. The floating part of the adventure lasts approximately two hours, depending on the current, and brings you back to the starting location of your Belize excursion.

After the float, walk back up to the transportation for the drive to the pier.

Please Note: As the river bottom is rocky, you must wear shoes (sneakers or water shoes) while tubing, and they will get wet. Do not forget a towel and dry shoes for after the tour. Guests with special dietary requirements may need to bring a snack or power bar, as the tour duration is five hours. Guests must be a minimum age of 8 years old and 48" in height. Tour times listed are in local time.
$
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-minute 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.
$
145
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Some of Belize's most well-liked Main land excursions is our zip line and cave tubing tours, which are both must-do adventures. Six zip lines that bridge the river and provide beautiful ... moreviews will take you through the rainforest canopy in an adrenaline rush that you won't soon forget. After the thrill of the zip lines, your guide will take you on a 30 min hike to the caves while pointing out different vegetation and wildlife present in the area. Once you arrive in the cave, you may cool down in the water and unwind as you float down the river, taking in the delights of the tunnel system before moving on to an open river where the sunshine enhances the surrounding area's natural beauty.
$
125
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$
152
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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Xunantunich was the first excavated Mayan site in Belize that was opened to the public. Though it is smaller compared to the other Mayan sites, it consists of one of the tallest structures. ... moreThe huge statue of the Sun God, El Castillo, and the 130-foot tall pyramid are a couple of structures that attract visitors. Xunantunich means “Stone Woman” or “Maiden of the Rock” in the Yucatec dialect. These names are derived from the image of a woman depicted in one of the paintings.

Cave Tubing: Take a refreshing ride on inner tubes down the Caves Branch River and through a series of Ancient Mayan Caves for an incredible experience. This tour is perfect for families with older kids, especially as an escape from the Belizean heat.