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Located in Amergris Caye, ACES is a non-profit organization permitted by the Belize Forest Department and dedicated to the conservation of Belize's critical wetland habitats and protected ... morespecies, specifically Crocodilians, through scientific research and education to preserve wildlife for future generations.
The cave site of Actun Chapat (Centipede Cave) is located approximately 19 miles south of the modern town of San Ignacio, in the foothills of the Maya Mountains.... more

Inside this massive cave system are crystalized cave formations, flying and crawling cave critters, and a beautiful cenote, also known as the skylight. Actun Chapat is one of the best caving experiences in Belize! Similar to some of Belize’s famous caves such as Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave and Crystal Cave, Actun Chapat Cave holds secrets to ancient Maya rituals and sacrifices through the pottery and skeletal remains inside the cave.
The Actun Tunichil Muknal, also known as the ATM cave, is an ancient Maya archaeological site that is one of the most popular Mayan burial sites in Western Belize. The ATM cave is ... morenestled in Belize's lush rainforest in the Cayo District. Visit the ATM cave and learn the history of this magnificent cave and the mysteries of the Mayan underworld.

You can't afford to miss this Indiana Jones style adventure. Tours usually leave early in the morning, before 8am. The hike from the starting point to the cave entrance is intense, with three stream crossings and passes through the Tapir Mountain Nature reserve. The hike through the lower part of the caves lasts about 45 minutes. Take note that in the upper chambers of the cave, visitors are required to take off their shoes to prevent damage to the artifacts, plus you’ll need to swim through deep water to enter the cave and wade through more water both in side and outside of the cave. You’ll get to see the crystal maiden skeleton, pottery, and other ancient artifacts. No photography is allowed by order of the Department of Archaeology, but the mental movies will be incredibly worth it.
Aguas Turbas is a national park situated in the Orange Walk District. This national park is one of those within the National Protected Areas System of Belize that has no management ... moreplans. Albeit this, the Aguas Turbas National Park plays an important role in the trans-boundary connectivity between Belize, Guatemala and Mexico in the Selva Maya Priority Area of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor.
The Altun Ha archaeological site is one of Belize's most excavated and restored site. The name is roughly translated of a new the nearby Yucatec Maya village, "Rockstone Pond". As ... morean ancient Maya city, it had a population of about ten thousand inhabitants in the sorrounding areas. Being the only Maya site located in the Belize District, it has become a popular attraction to locals and tourists
One of Belize’s most exciting new attractions, Angel Falls Xtreme Adventures 200+ acre estate- offers visitors a chance to experience exciting adventures in one of the most beautiful ... moreand untouched parts of the country. In Belize’s overlapping puzzle of diverse tropical ecosystems, riddled by thousands of caves, miles, and miles of underground rivers, we find the maximum expressions of a realm shrouded in mysticism by the archaeological wonders left behind by the ancient Maya.
Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve is one of Belize's newest reserves. It encompasses an area of sixty square kilometers and is only accesible by sea. Located at the northern ... moretip of Ambergris Caye overlooking the Bay of Chetumal and Mexico, the Bacalar Chico Marine and Wildlife Reserve were established in 1996 and is managed by the Fisheries and Forest Departments. Both are also a part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, which was nominated in 1996 as a World Heritage Site under the UNESCO World Heritage Convention.
The Baron Bliss Lighthouse pay tribute to one of Belize's greatest benefactors, Henry Edward Earnest Victor Bliss, commonly "Baron Bliss". Having never actually setting foot in Belizean ... moreshores, he died with the request of being buried in a granite tomb, enclosed by iron fencing, near the sea with a lighthouse nearby.
Like all subterranean sites, Barton Creek Cave is a very fragile and sensitive environment, easily disrupted by human intrusion. It is the responsibility of all archaeologists, tour ... moreguides and visitors to preserve the site and ensure that it may be enjoyed by future generations. We ask all visitors to the site to help us preserve the past for the future.

Barton Creek Cave is part of a large riverine system and one of the longest subterranean sites in the country of Belize. Cultural remains, however, have only been found within the first kilometer from the downstream entrance. This kilometer long space contains ten ledges above the river with evidence of ancient Maya activity. The first ledge is located on the left just inside the entrance to the cave, and continues to roughly 30 meters beyond the Maya Bridge that straddles the river.
Ben Loman Cave is located in Gales Point southern Belize. This cave is also recommended for novices, though a great deal of walking is required. The payoff: the area is known for its ... morelagoons with large populations of manatees.
The Billy Barquedier National Park, located between the Mullins River watershed and the Stann Creek watershed, encompasses 1,639 acres of preserved tropical evergreen forest, Santa ... moreRosa metasedimentary rocks and stunning waterfall. This hilly landscape holds a pristine tropical jungle that is ideal for hiking and nature walks. Be sure to take a twenty minute hike into the location to viewthe amazing freshwater Barquedier waterfall hidden within.
The Bladen Nature Reserve is a remote haven for wildlife located in the Toledo District. Its landscape comprises of caves, sinkholes, pristine streams and rivers, undisturbed old growth ... morerainforest and an abundance of highly diverse flora and fauna. The reserve is named after the Bladen Branch of the Monkey River. The reserve is populated with lofty trees, towering palms, massive lianas, giant herbs, flowering plants, and at least two hundred species of birds identified in the area. The Bladen Nature Reserve is protected by the Government of Belize in 1990 and receives the highest level of preservation. It is only open to scientists and other researchers as it is considered to be one of the most biodiversity-rich, and geographically unique areas within the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor.
Known in Maya as Hokeb Ha, which means "where the water enters the earth," starts from Santa Cruz and ends near Blue Creek Cave. The water's exit through the cave's mouth is sight ... moreto witness! There is something for everyone at this cave. With it's refreshing rapids and deep-water pools to the lush rainforest, Blue Creek Cave is surely a place to visit.
The Burdon Canal Nature Reserve is a low-lying basin that consists of the backswamps of the Belize River and the Haulover Creek delta. The nature reserve's bird life has over fifty ... morebirds recored in the area. It is permanently waterlogged, with saline to fresh water arising from regular tidal inundation at the seaward fringe and freshwater flooding from inland.
The Butterfly Breeding Center is located at the Shipstern Nature Reserve headquarters. The Breeding Center has supplied Great Britain, United States, Japan, and Singapore with pupae ... morefor their own man-made butterfly habitats. There are over two hundred species of butterfly in the Butterfly Breeding Center.
Cahal Pech Archaeological Site, also known as "Place of Ticks," is the only Mayan ruins located in San Ignacio town. Sitting at the top of a limestone hill, the eerie atmosphere of ... morea once populated site can fascinate the minds of history lovers or intrigued visitors. Only a ten minute climb from uptown San Ignacio, you can also visit the museum that's on the same location.
Caracol is one of the largest site in the Maya world and is the largest known Mayan Ruins in Belize. Climb the magnificent temples that the ancient Maya built around 1200 BCE. Caracol ... moreis located in the Cayo District and is nested within lush Belizean forests.

In AD 650, the urban area of Caracol had a radius of approximately 177 square kilometers. It boasts the tallest man-made structure in the country of Belize event today and the city covered an area much larger than present-day Belize City (the largest metropolitan area in the country of Belize).
The Caves Branch Cave is one of several subterranean sites located in the Cayo District. It was carved out of the limestone foothills of the Maya Mountains by the very active Caves ... moreBranch River. Most of Caves Branch is yet to be explored and mapped. This reserve is a part of Belize's cave system, which is the largest cave system in Central America. This is a must-see for any visitor coming into Belize.
Cerros is an Eastern Lowland Maya archaeological site in northern Belize that functioned from the Late Preclassic to the Postclassic period. The site reached its apogee during the ... moreMesoamerican Late Preclassic and at its peak, it held a population of approximately 1,089 people.

The site is strategically located on a peninsula at the mouth of the New River where it empties into Chetumal Bay on the Caribbean coast. As such, the site had access to and served as an intermediary link between the coastal trade route that circumnavigated the Yucatán Peninsula and inland communities. The inhabitants of Cerros constructed an extensive canal system and utilized raised-field agriculture.