Where the Fun Begins!

Belize Caribbean Tours

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Tour Guide and Operator
Where the fun Begins!
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Service Types
Tours | Activities, Shuttles
Years of Experience
Years of experience.
15 years
Tour Operator License
N0.T0 02-159
About Provider
Welcome to Belize Caribbean Tours. An inbound tour operation offering tours for overnight and Cruise Ship passengers. Belize Caribbean tours are located at the Fort Street Tourism Village, Inside terminal 4, booth #1.

At Belize Caribbean tours we offer Private, Safe, Professional & Reliable tour excursions daily.
Let us take you to our mysterious Belize Crystal Cave Systems and Mayan ruins where the world largest jade head was found, and Nohoc Che’em Park where you will enjoy cave tubing and zip lining above the rainforest canopy. We also offer our beautiful city and country tour which includes a tour of the Rum factory & old Belize Museum or visit the Belize Zoo where you can see a vast collection of Belize's amazing wildlife.

If you love the outdoors and wildlife then hop into our River Boat tour of the Belize River where you will discover wildlife and nature at its finest!

Let us shuttle you from the cruise port to the beautiful island of Caye Caulker for the day of fun in the sun!. (mainly cruise ship passengers) 

So come and let us discover Mother Nature’s best-kept secrets together here at BELIZE CARIBBEAN TOURS Where the Fun Begins!!!
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The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center is a zoo in Belize, located some 29 miles (47 km) west of Belize City on the Western Highway. Set in 29 acres (12 ha), the zoo was founded ... morein 1983 by Sharon Matola. It is home to more than 125 animals of about 48 species, all native to Belize. The natural environment of Belize is left entirely intact within the zoo. The dense, natural vegetation is separated only by gravel trails through the forest. The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center received almost 15,000 school children every year.

The Belize Zoo focuses on educating visitors about the wildlife of Belize by encountering the animals in their natural habitat. The aim is to instill appreciation and pride, and a desire to protect and conserve Belize’s natural resources. The Zoo was the recipient of Belize Tourism Board’s 9th National Tourism Award, “Educational Award of the Year” in 2009.
Departs From:
Belize City
Enjoy a chance of spotting crocodiles, iguanas, bats and many water birds on the one hour boat ride up the new river tour to the site. Your Visit includes 3 open plazas, a stela ball ... morecourt, a host of birds and Black Howler.

Lamanai (from Lama’anayin, “submerged crocodile” in Yucatec Maya) is a Mesoamerican archaeological site and was once a considerably sized city of the Maya civilization, located in the north of Belize, in Orange Walk District. The site’s name is pre-Columbian, recorded by early Spanish missionaries, and documented over a millennium earlier in Maya inscriptions as Lam’an’ain.

Lamanai was occupied as early as the 16th century BC. The site became a prominent center in the Pre-Classic Period, from the 4th century BC through the 1st century CE. In 625 CE, “Stele 9” was erected there in the Yucatec language of the Maya. Lamanai continued to be occupied up to the 17th century AD. During the Spanish conquest of Yucatán, Spanish friars established two Roman Catholic churches here, but a Maya revolt drove the Spanish out. The site was subsequently incorporated by the British in British Honduras, passing with that colony’s independence to Belize.

The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 (“Temple of the Jaguar Masks”) and High Temple. The summit of this latter structure affords a view across the surrounding jungle to a nearby lagoon, part of New River.

A significant portion of the Temple of the Jaguar Masks remains under the grassy earth or is covered in dense jungle growth. Unexcavated, it would be significantly taller than the High Temple.
Departs From:
Belize City
One hour’s easy drive west from Belize City brings us to the Sibun Caves Branch cave tubing site. The amenities include modern bathrooms, secure parking, excellent jungle restaurant, ... moreand a handicraft shops. Pick up your tube, life vest and caving light then a leisurely jungle trail walks through two dry cave systems a beautiful primary broadleaf rainforest to the entrance of the cave system one of the most popular tours in Belize.

More information about Caves Branch
By Dr. Jaime Awe Director, Institute of Archaeology

Caves Branch Cave is one of several subterranean sites that were carved out of the limestone foothills of the Maya Mountains by the very active Caves Branch River. The site provides us with an excellent example of the erosive power of water, and the natural wonders of Belize. Geological research informs us that the cave took several hundred thousand years to form. Archaeological investigations note that the ancient Maya visited the site to conduct important rituals. Today’s modern visitor enjoys a unique opportunity to observe the awesome geological features of the site and to ponder the nature of prehistoric human utilization.

The Archaeology of Caves Branch Cave
Archaeological investigations in Caves Branch Cave indicate that the ancient Maya utilized the site for several hundred years. Between 300 and 900 A.D., they made regular pilgrimages to the site in an effort to petition their gods to nourish their fields, to provide bountiful crops.
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Belize City
Your destination Xunantunich lays some 70 miles on paved highway takes 1hour and 45min. to reach the site, east of Belize City, among the northern foothills of the Maya Mountain Range. ... moreAlong the way, one gets to enjoy a detailed history of our country and the Maya Civilization while passing through the many villages along the Western Highway. This journey takes us to the twin towns of Santa Elena and San Ignacio, then onto the village of San Jose Succots where we will be crossing a river on a hand-cranked ferry.

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.
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Belize City
Enjoy the unique geological features found within 575 acres of forest rich with wildlife. The main attractions in this park, St. Herman’s Cave and the Blue Hole, are connected ... moreby an underground stream. Visitors can walk 300 yards into the cave entrance unguided or can tour hire a guide to traverse the cave completely, seeing beautiful speleothems and Maya artifacts. After a guided tour through St. Herman’s Cave you can float peacefully back to the entrance of the cave on an inner tube.
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Belize City
Cahal Pech is a Maya site located near the Town of San Ignacio in the Cayo District of Belize. The site was a palatial, hilltop home for an elite Maya family, and though most major ... moreconstruction dates to the Classic period, evidence of continuous habitation has been dated to as far back as far as 1200 BCE during the Early Middle Formative period (Early Middle Preclassic), making Cahal Pech one of the oldest recognizably Maya sites in Western Belize.
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Belize City
The historic Belize City tour offers an interesting insight into the old capital city of Belize. Belize City is the largest city in the Central American region of Belize and was once ... morethe capital of former British Honduras. The population of Belize City is 67,964; with neighboring suburbs adding up to about 80,000. It is located at the mouth of the Belize River on the coast of the Caribbean.
Departs From:
Belize City
Well guided river tour with a knowledgeable experienced tour guide, guaranteed to view and interact with the wildlife. A city tour of old Belize, and the countryside... more
Restrooms stop at the riverside restaurant (Not including lunch, optional)
Minimum of 5 people
Departs From:
Belize City
The tiny riverside community of Bermudan Landing is situated approximately six miles north of Burrell Boom Village. Once only accessible by hand operated ferry, two sturdy iron bridges ... morenow extend over the deep river valley providing a picturesque view of the lush vegetation and emerald waters below. The area is rapidly becoming a popular tourist destination as the home of the famous Community Baboon Sanctuary, one of the few conservation facilities in the region for the black howler monkey.
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Belize City
The tour begins with your pick up at 8:15 AM (or requested time). It takes one hour to arrive at the destination 31 miles north of Belize City near a village called Rock Stone Pond; ... morefrom here it is a short hike to Altun Ha. The tour includes a detailed history of our country and the Maya Civilization. A complete tour of the site is completed in one and a half hours.
Departs From:
Belize City
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