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If you are an extreme cave explorer, Crystal cave also known as Mountain Cow cave is an adventure you just can't miss during your trip to Belize! This tour is not for the faint of ... moreheart and all participants must be able-bodied and accompanied by a certified guide. This site is located in the Blue Hole National Park which is located 12 miles southeast of Belmopan on the right side of the Hummingbird Highway. 

Caves played a very important role in the ancient culture as the Mayas considered caves to be a supernatural realm where their deities and ancestors resided. Caves were the portal between the tangible human world and the invisible world of the gods, a place called Xibalba. It was here that the ancient Mayan Shamans performed their most sacred rituals and ceremonies and this was the underground domain of their gods.

A guided exploration into this very spectacular cave system begins with a rigorous 50-minute hike on uneven jungle rainforest terrain. Then prepare for a steep downward walk that takes you miles down to huge caverns full of dazzling crystalline rock formations, you'll follow the same footpaths the Maya Shamans and priests once traveled to reach these ceremonial chambers. The guided tour will have participants crawling through cracks and crevices beholding spectacular cave formations, learning about its history and geology, as well as viewing ancient Mayan pottery, beads, obsidian knives and even human skeletal remains that have been calcified in the limestone floor dating back 2,000 years. After a thrilling experience you the option of finishing off with a refreshing swim in the cool waters of the inland Blue Hole.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Gold Certified:
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 ... moreapproximate 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 float 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 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.
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.
Departs From:
Belize City
Let us take you on a journey back to the age of the pre-Columbians, an age where these Mesoamerican regions were once tamed by the Mayans. Among these regions, on the native ridges ... moreof Belize, you can embark on an exploration of Mayan Ruins and cave systems on one single tour.

Just about 80 miles west of Belize City, endures Xunantunich, an Ancient Maya archaeological site that majestically stands at the summit of a mountain giving a dominant view of the entire site and region.

The Mayans made use of the land and it’s terrains, as they did so above the surface they also did so below the surface. The Mayans believed that the caves were an entrance to Xibalba “a place of fear” related to death. It is completely so because the Mayans used the caves to perform death rituals and also the river flowing through these caves provided a secret passageway to ambush enemies.

Which brings us to your next stop of the trip, Cave Tubing into a cave system at Caves Branch. Inside the caves, you will encounter remains of ancient artifacts, tools and also secret chambers.

The tour offers a complimentary hour & 30 minutes Water Taxi transfer to Belize City in which you will journey along Caye Caulker, Caye Chapel, mangroves and enjoy a glimpse of St. George’s Caye before arriving the commercial City of Belize where you will meet your tour guide. From there you board on a private vehicle with your guide as you begin your road trip on the George Price Highway to Xunantunich. You will get enough time to explore the entire courtyard, the Temples and also visit the on-site museum and gift shop before it is time to head back on the highway to Caves Branch. Caves Branch is renowned for it’s impressive Cave Tubing adventures and also it’s thrilling zip line.
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Altun Ha is an ancient Mayan City about 30 miles north of Belize City, dating back to about B.C. 900. It is believed the city was occupied for centuries up until A.D. 1000, covering ... morethe classic period A.D. 250-900, the time from which most of the information of this city was gathered and the time when the city was at its height.

The name Altun Ha means “Rockstone Water”, and it is derived by the name of a nearby village called Rockstone Pond, but Altun-Ha’s ancient name remains unknown. The largest temple of Altun Ha is the Temple of the Masonry Altars which stand 54 feet high. The Sun God’s Tomb is also found on this temple dated for about A.D. 600-650, in which researchers found a skeleton and various artifacts when the tomb was excavated.

The tour offers a complimentary hour & 30 minutes Water Taxi transfer to Belize City where you will journey along Caye Caulker, Caye Chapel, mangroves and get a glimpse of St. George’s Caye before arriving the commercial City of Belize where you will meet your tour guide. From there you board on a private vehicle with your guide as you begin your road trip to Altun Ha.
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
A family adventure trip! With safety as a priority, we welcome children and also non-swimmers to this educational combo cave tubing Belize trip to learn about the caves and the native ... morewildlife at the Belize Zoo.

Our Belize cave tubing is done at Caves Branch, with all the gear included. We have gear catered for all ages and size, including life jackets and inner tubes built tough for maximum safety. Your guide will be with you along the entire tubing journey, pointing different features of the caves like the crystal formations hanging from the ceiling. You will also get to see remains of Mayan artifacts, tools and secret chambers where the Mayans used to perform various rituals.

The Belize Zoo is Belize’s tropical educational center and rehabilitation center for numerous native wildlife. This nature nirvana hosts over 150 animals of 40 different species.

Encounter the Belize Wildlife:

Toucan (National Bird)

The Tapirs at “Tapir Town”

Junior Buddy Jaguar

Black Jaguar “Lucky Boy”

Brutus, Rose & Nelson the Crocodiles

Carlos & Freddie Cougar

Boy George the Pelican

Jabiru Stork

Scarlet Macaw

Hauler Monkeys

Spider Monkeys


Panama the Harpy Eagle

White-tailed Deer

The tour offers a complimentary hour & 30 minutes Water Taxi transfer to Belize City where you will journey along Caye Caulker, Caye Chapel, mangroves and get a glimpse of St. George’s Caye before arriving the commercial City of Belize where you will meet your tour guide. From there you board their private vehicle as you begin the scenic journey on the George Price Highway to Caves Branch. After a brief introduction to your guide, gear and instructions you undertake the most amazing cave tubing experience there is. Join us for an unforgettable Cave Tubing Combo.
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Xunantunich is Mayan ceremonial center sitting at the peak of a mountain just a bit less than a mile from the Mopan River, which has to be crossed on a hand-cranked ferry to continue ... morethe journey to the ruins. This Mayan site consists of the main structure (El Castillo) rising over 130 feet above the plaza level offering a birds-eye view of the entire valley, towns and the bordering town of Melchor De Mencos, Peten, Guatemala. In this structure, there are two temples, one of them features a mask of what appears to be the sun god and next to it are some astronomic figures that represent Venus. At the site, you can also find a gift shop and a small museum.

The tour offers a complimentary safe transfer on one of the Water Taxi ferry to Belize City, an hour and 30 minutes ride where you will journey along Caye Caulker, Caye Chapel, mangroves and get a glimpse of St. George’s Caye before arriving the commercial City of Belize where you will meet your tour guide. From there you board their private vehicle where you begin your journey on the George Price Highway, a scenic journey where you can enjoy the beautiful Belize landscape. Upon arriving at the village of Succotz you will get off the highway to cross the river on the hand-cranked ferry, where you will are taken uphill on your vehicle to the beautiful courtyard of Xunantunich.

Lunch is on us!
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
You are safely transferred on one of the Water Taxi ferry to Belize City, where you will journey roughly an hour and 30 minutes through Caye Caulker, Caye Chapel, mangroves and get ... morea glimpse of St. George’s Caye before arriving the commercial City of Belize. There you will be waited upon by your tour guide, who will then transfer you on a private air conditioned vehicle to Caves Branch, your cave tubing and zip lining destination. Both adventures involve a short hike up hill on a man made path, each to different locations on the area.

Lunch is on us! Enjoy the cave tubing, enjoy the canopy view from the zip lines and enjoy the beauty of Belize.
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 to 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.
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
VIEW ENDANGERED MANATEES Start the day by making our way to Swallow Caye where we will view the endangered West Indian Manatee in their natural habitat from the boat. ... more

Please Note there is no swimming with the Manatee

Then we head on to Goff’s Caye to snorkel the magical reef. Our guides will then prepare a delicious Beach BBQ for you while you relax on the pristine white beaches.

After lunch, we snorkel with the Sharks & Rays. Before we return to San Pedro we make a stop in Caye Caulker for you to browse.
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
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