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CAVE TUBING TOURS Feel like you are in a real-life Indiana Jones movie as you float back in time through prehistoric caves filled with ancient crystal formations and even human artifacts ... morefrom centuries past. Enjoy a physically relaxing, mentally/visually exciting, trip along a gentle flowing jungle river as you tube in and out of various cave passageways in the Caves Branch River system at the Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve.

We make our way on the Western Highway for an approximately 1-hour drive and then along a dirt road for about 30 minutes. On our arrival at the Caves Branch site, we gear up with helmets, waterproof headlamps, and of course, our inner tubes. We take a flat hiking trail through the jungle for about 45 minutes before entering one of the many cave entrances and passages that make up the cave system.

We hop in the water in our tubes and float toward the first of two cave passages. The river meanders in and out of the caves system and we are carried along by its current to another world. Floating downstream through the cave passages we learn about the geology and ancient history of the limestone cave system. We also learn about the Mayan culture, the indigenous inhabitants of the area who used the caves for ceremonial purposes for thousands of years.

There is an opportunity to stop for a snack and swim in a beautiful natural swimming hole, before continuing through the last of the passages, the most active of the three caves. Here you can view amazing cave formations and see colonies of bats that call the cave home. At the exit of the last cave, we have a 20-minute river float through lush rainforest that leads us back to the parking area. We then have a homemade picnic lunch before driving back to San Ignacio. For the best in a cave, tubing adventures join us at MayaWalk!

Optional Add-ons:
+Jungle Zipline
Imagine flying through the rainforest canopy! You can combine your Belize cave tubing adventure with an exhilarating jungle zip line tour. Read more about this tour...


US $125/per persons

+Belize Zoo
Come up close to monkeys, jaguars, tapirs, and rare and endangered birds, such as the Scarlet Macaw. Belize Zoo is one of the few zoos in the world which works solely with rehabilitated or injured, animals that call Belize their home. The zoo is very easily accessible and can be toured in a couple of hours as a stop on the way back to San Ignacio from cave tubing. Read more about the tour...


US $125/per persons
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Crystal Cave Tour Locally known as the Mountain Cow Cave, this stunning, other-worldly Crystal Cave is located deep in the jungle, in the heart of the Blue Hole National Park, along ... morewith the scenic Hummingbird Highway. We leave San Ignacio in the morning and head towards Belmopan, we pass the capital city and proceed along the scenic Hummingbird Highway, crossing green mountains, passing fragrant orange orchards, pineapple plantations, and rainforest-draped valleys along the way. The Blue Hole National Park is a picturesque and easily accessible protected area managed by the Belize Audubon Society. 

After a 50 minute hike through the tropical forest, we reach the cave entrance, where we rappel 15 feet into the cavernous entrance to the cave. We will traverse through the large chambers of the cave, sliding down mud ramps and scrambling along rocks. This is a challenging descent into Xibalba, the Mayan realm of the underworld. Your guide will show you the shimmering formations in the cave, along with artifacts and the skeletal remains of sacrificial victims from the time of the ancient Maya. We will witness the remnants of the past as we discover centuries-old fire pits, wall carvings, pottery and other relics, as well as impressive crystal formations and stalactites and stalagmites.

This tour is physically demanding but well worth the effort as we walk in the footsteps of the Mayan ritual leaders and see the evidence of their ceremonies with our own eyes. After our cave exploration, you can take time to eat a hearty homemade lunch, enjoy a refreshing soft drink and swim in the vibrant waters of the Blue Hole, an inland cenote (a deep sinkhole which is filled with rain and spring water). Come to feel the thrill!
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
This tour is a leisurely horseback ride around an organic fruit and vegetable farm. If you are looking to spend a shorter period of time horseback riding and want to see something ... moreother than Mayan ruins, come to learn about organic farming in Belize. This short guided tour of the farm includes a slow-paced horseback ride through the property, with stops to view, discuss, and learn about the natural exotic fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants that thrive in Belize, as well as see some local cattle. This tour also includes guiding your horse through the picturesque Mopan River and lunch.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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Belize Cave Tubing and Zipline at Jaguar Paw Jaguar Paw is a beautiful, pristine natural area located near Belmopan in central Belize. Located less than an hour’s drive from Belize ... moreCity, the Jaguar Paw area contains a section of the rainforest as well as a deep cave with an underground creek running through it.

Belize Cave Tubing Tour

Cave tubing is a uniquely Belizean activity that refers to floating through underground cave systems on inflatable inner tubes. This tour includes an experienced, professional. Headlamps, life vests, and the inner tubes will be provided.

Boarding the inner tubes, participants will be guided by the tranquil currents into the Jaguar Paw Cave. Once inside, the light from the headlamps will reveal a lost world of sparkling stalactites and stalagmites. Floating through this subterranean world is a great way to relax as well as enjoy the beauty and wonder of the complex cave formations.

Belize Zipline Tour

After spending a few hours marveling at the majesty of the Jaguar Paw Cave, participants will then enjoy a thrilling adventure, sailing through the rainforest on a series of zip lines.

Zip lines are sturdy metal cables that run for hundreds of feet through the jungle canopy. Participants climb to platforms mounted high up in the trees and then attached to secure harnesses that are attached to the cables or zip lines. Participants then launch themselves into the air, sailing at high speed through the rainforest, giving them a bird’s eye view of the plants and animals that call the canopy home.

In order to fully enjoy this combination of cave tubing and zip line tour, participants are encouraged to bring their cameras, a change of clothes, a swimsuit, sunscreen, sunglasses, and sturdy hiking shoes. Children can participate in this tour as long as they are at least four feet (1 meter 20 cm) tall.
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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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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.
Departs From:
Belize City
The package deal can be arranged, including: Altun Ha, Baboon Sanctuary and Lamanai.
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.
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.
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.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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