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$
100
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$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (2)
Xunantunich was the first excavated Mayan site in Belize that was opened for 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.
$
500
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
 (2)
Snorkeling at Hol Chan, visiting the nurse sharks and the stingrays, snorkeling with the manatees, feeding the tarpons and visiting the seahorses definitely needs a whole day. This ... moreis a full day full of Fun!
Pick up time can either be 8:00 am or 8:30 - you decide. The first stop is at Hol Chan - "Little Channel". That is our first snorkeling stop. Once completed, less than 3 minutes boat ride we get to Shark and Ray Alley. Here you can either stay on the boat and snap pictures or go in the water to SWIM with the marine species like nurse sharks, stingrays, horse-eye jacks and much more fish. We bring sardine to feed them...
After that, we move towards our sister island Caye Caulker. We head to the Northern Channel where we go look out for the manatees. Once spotted, you get on your snorkeling gears and go in to snorkel with them. So Marvelous!

We then go to the island and visit the famous "Split" which divides the island into two parts that were caused in 1961 by hurricane Hattie. On the leeward part of the island, we go to feed the big tarpons from the boat - if you are brave enough! Lol. Not too far we have the seahorse city reserve. You get to look at them. Once all of this is done, normally around 12:30 pm we go to the island to walk and find a restaurant of your choice where you will have lunch. We depart from Caye Caulker to San Pedro around 3:00 pm.
$
105
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$
210
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
 (2)
This tour is a private, custom experience that starts at 8am from our docks on the Sittee River and return at 3/3:30pm. We work with our guests to create an itinerary that is of interest ... moreto them. Activities that can be done on this charter include but are not limited to the following:
Reef snorkel
Mangrove snorkel
Reef or river fishing (trolling, traditional handline, spear fishing for lionfish, diving for lobster or conch (seasonal)
Island hopping
Birding
Swimming and beach time
Manatee and dolphin spotting
Island BBQ lunch
$
60
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
 (2)
This is a fully guided tour. Your guide will guide you through the marine park, showing you many cool corals and a wide variety of marine life like different fish, eagle rays, sting ... morerays, turtles, moray eel, etc.
$
70
/ Adult
Departs From:
Caye Caulker
 (2)
Provider:
Hol Chan is one of the oldest marine reserves in Belize. The marine life is healthy and abundant. You will be surrounded by numerous colorful fish and corals, eagle rays, turtles, ... moreeels, barracuda and many more.

We also stop to explore ( Belize's own version of the Titanic) the sunken barge. Nearby when the water temperature is just right you can swim just 10 feet away from a manatee. Stare in amazement as these gentle giants come up for air and look into your eyes with curiosity. 

Once back at Caye Caulker we visit the seahorses and the tarpons that reside on the west side of the island. We also visit an extra surprise resident, but you have to be there to know what it is.

**Price of the ferry from Belize City or San Pedro to tour starting point can be a lot less if guests opt for us to purchase the ferry tickets for them.**
$
160
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
 (2)
Provider:
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.
$
65
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$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
 (2)
Our knowledgeable guides can point out hard-to-spot birds and identify their calls while you sit back and enjoy the ride. We believe in safety first!... more

All participants will be provided a life jacket and helmet.
$
75
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$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
 (2)
Our snorkeling tour takes you on a 30-40 minutes boat ride to the Southern Barrier Reef which offers several different snorkeling sites within the reserve for beginners and experienced ... moresnorkelers.
Our experienced guides take you on an underwater adventure. Snorkelers often have close encounters with eagle rays, sea turtles, a wide variety of exotic fish, and even dolphins or friendly nurse sharks! Experience a bit of island life on this snorkel adventure as we normally stop at Bread and Butter Caye for some beach-combing.
$
168
/ Adult
Departs From:
Belize City
 (2)
Your adventure day starts right when your friendly tour Guide meets you right at the hotel or the airport in Belize City. He/she will get you in, and the air-conditioned tour van will ... moretake you on a 90-minute drive to Xunantunich. The drive will offer a variety of views on the countryside of Belize. Green lawns, palm trees, plantations, and hillside will be part of the scenery. Please note that the order of the excursion activities may be switched depending on the time 0f the year.

You will have the chance to experience small a hand ride on a ferry ride. Its ride is as smooth as it is brief. It is only a 10-minute river crossing ride, enough time for you to step outside the van and stretch your legs while looking at the beautiful river.
El Castillo is the second largest Mayan temple in Belize. Standing at about 135 foot above the level of the central plaza and to this date, you have the opportunity to climb this impressive Mayan temple structure. Reaching the top you can enjoy the unique view including a border town of Guatemala. Xunantunich is at the top of the Mayan World! Your local Belizean excursion tour guide will have many facts to share about this Ancient Maya astrological sites!

After your guided tour of Xunantunich, the ride to the Cave Tubing Park is about 60 minutes. Your cave tubing adventure with part of this Adventure in Belize. When You arrive at Cave tubing, your tour guide will go over safety information. Then, you will be getting your headlamp and follow the guide on the walk to the cave entrance – approximately 30 minutes.

These caves system that was considered to be the Underworld of the Maya. With date over 2,000,000 years old cast shadows on the cave walls as you explore and experience the ancient Mayan underworld as you Tube along. A living museum, where the past can you still experience in its historical and natural caves. Glide past openings in the ceiling chamber of the caves, filtering mists of jungle light, as your tubing through underground river caves sparkling with mica-studded stalactites and stalagmites. There are three caves you get to float through. Your friendly excursion guide will help you to get the most out of this experience.
$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
 (1)
Provider:
This catamaran cruis is great for families and groups who are looking for a fun time and relaxation! We offer awesome activities like snorkeling, fishing, and beach bbq. This is a ... morefull day tour that includes snorkeling at Mexico Rocks and Tres Cocos and lunch that may be prepared off-site, serve onboard. Take some cash because, with a prior request, the trip can include at a stop at the always fun Palapa Bar on the way back, and bring your iPod if you’d like to cruise to any special music.
$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
 (1)
Provider:
This full day group trip takes place on a catamaran and departs in the morning for a leisurely sail to Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley for snorkeling. The next stop is ... moreour charming sister island, Caye Caulker, to explore, shop, and have lunch. Late in the afternoon you will sail back to Ambergris Caye, with complimentary rum punch, good music, and beautiful views all around you.
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (1)
An exciting, refreshing invite to sit back and relax as you float into mysterious limestone archways beckoning you into centuries-old caves. Our adventure begins with a hike through ... morethe jungle trail; then jump on your tube and feel the excitement as you feel the rush of cool water as you meander down small rapids taking you through a series of remarkable limestone caves. On this journey, you will also be viewing sparkling cave formations and learn about cave geology and the rich Mayan history. To make it a truly fun experience you can also jump into a refreshing, crystalized blue waters formed in-between cave entrances.
$
75
/ Person
 (1)
This tour starts with us driving through the small Mennonite community of Upper Barton Creek where you will have a glimpse of their traditional daily life. Once at the site we start ... moreoff by paddling through and exploring the mystical Barton Creek cave, an ancient site used by the Mayans for burial and ceremonial purposes. The jade-colored water runs for 4 miles inside the caves surrounded by stalactites and stalagmites. A tour of Barton Creek involves gently paddling a two-man canoe across the cave's still water, guided only by headlamps that light up the intricate stalactites and stalagmites that make up the limestone walls. You will also discover rock flows and cathedral chambers while observing Mayan pottery shards and the bone remains of more than 28 humans dating back to 200 CE. This is an amazing experience everyone will remember.
$
335
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (1)
Provider:
Discover northern Guatemala’s most incredible Mayan ruins and enjoy the island of Flores in the Lake Petén Itza. Uncover the mysteries of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tikal, perhaps ... morethe most elaborate of the ancient Mayan cities, on day 1 before continuing on a relaxing day in the Petén Itza lake with a tour knowing the legends of the Itzaes the las tribu to be conquered by Spanish.

Your exploration of Tikal and Flores includes transportation from your hotel in San Ignacio, tour to Tikal, overnight accommodation, a guide, lunch in Tikal and breakfast on the second day.

Learn about the mysteries of the Maya people as you admire their innovative engineering and majestic temples and enjoy the colourfull city of Flores and the amazing waters of the Peten Itza lake.

Covering more than 341 square miles (550 sq km) the grounds of Tikal are home to several thousand individual structures. Start your exploration from the city’s Central Acropolis, home to a labyrinth of courtyards, temples and small interior rooms, before proceeding to Complex Q and R, site of the twin pyramids and a beautiful religious altar area out front. Then continue on to Temple I, also known as the Temple of the Grand Jaguar, which was built to honor Mayan King Moon Double Comb. This 144-foot (44m) high temple contains an enclosure of several small rooms leading to the steep stairs that climb to the temple’s peak. You’ll also check out the nearby Temple II, known to experts as the Temple of the Masks to head up to Temple IV and its astonishing rainforest view and finish the Tikal tour with lunch at the site. After you will be driven to the city of Flores where your accommodation is and where you will enjoy the nightlife of the place. Start your second day with included breakfast at your hotel, we give you the option to have a tour on the lake of Peten Itza (not included) before leaving for the sunset tour in Yaxha…

Spend the day wandering through the fascinating ruins of this sprawling ceremonial complex on the shores of Lake Yaxha, occupying a total area of 92 square miles (237 square kilometers). During your exploration, you’ll check out the Big Astronomical Complex, Avenue of the Pilgrims and Twin Pyramid Complex, plus much more.

Your Yaxha visit also covers entrance fees, a guide, lunch and round-trip transport from a central meeting point.

Highlights

Explore the Mayan archaeological site of Yaxha Visit the wealth of ancient structures like the Big Astronomical Complex situated on a 92 square mile (237 square kilometer) site Discover the different epochs of Mayan culture and buildings, including its early classic period from AD 250 – 600 Learn about Mayan ceremonial practices and building techniques What You Can Expect Yaxha View The city was located on a ridge overlooking Lake Yaxha. The name of the city derives from the Mayan for “blue-green water”. It is a notable survival of a Classic period place-name into the modern day.

The Yaxha kingdom is estimated to have covered an area of 237 square kilometers (92 sq mi) and to have had a peak population of 42,000 in the Late Classic period. The Yaxhá-Nakum-Naranjo circle is considered the “best-kept secret of the Maya World”, it covers a total area of 37.160ha and is part of the Reserve Maya Biosphere. To the west is the Tikal National Park, and north is the Biological Corridor Tikal-Mirador-Rio Azul. Arrival at the Interpretation Centre Yaxhá. The tour includes the visit of Astronomical Minor Complex, Avenue of the Pilgrims, Square Columns, Patio IV of the South Acropolis, Big Astronomical Complex, Residential Group, Watery Avenue, group Maler, North Acropolis, Plaza of The Birds, The Causeway, Twin Pyramid Complex and the Temple of the Red Hand (structure 216).
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
Placencia
 (1)
Provider:
Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is recognized internationally as the world’s first jaguar preserve. It is also known for its spectacular waterfalls, mountain views, nature trails, ... moreand rich diversity of neo-tropical birds and the occasional encounter of land animals such as Gibnutt, coatimundi, and various wildlife.
This adventure requires a 1 hour + mins drive from Placencia where we stop at a Mayan Village where one can purchase traditional Mayan Art. A 6 miles off road drive follows before arriving at the reserve, where we commence our tour with a nature hike looking for wildlife, discovering medicinal plants and learning about the Park’s history & efforts to save Jaguar. Afterward, guests can enjoy a refreshing tube-float down the river for almost an hour and a hike to a waterfall for an invigorating swim in its cool mountain waters.
$
140
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (1)
This full day of adventure begins early to arrive at the famous Mundo Maya site of Tikal in Guatemala. Located in the picturesque jungle of Tikal National Park, The site promises splendid ... moreMaya structures, a museum of intriguing artifacts and regularly seen wildlife such as troops of Spider Monkeys, Upon your request, we can include on our return, the jungle zip line ride.
$
70
/ Person
Departs From:
Caye Caulker
 (1)
Hol Chan is the oldest marine reserve in Belize. It is approximately 30 years old. When you are around Caye Caulker or San Pedro, you must visit Hol Chan. You can see all the creatures ... morefrom the Caribbean sea at Hol Chan within a few hours.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
 (1)
Provider:
This tour is an all day filled with lots of fun and adventure. We start off by snorkeling at The Caye Caulker Channel where you have chances of seeing the West Indian Manatee. After ... morefinishing off, we head to feed the tarpons at the cenote located behind the island of Caye Caulker. Over there, you will see schools of tarpon and you get the chance to feed them with sardines. After feeding the tarpons, we stop at the island for you to buy your lunch and walk a little. The rhythm of life there is very slow so there is no need for you to rush while shopping or simply just walking. After we leave the island, we then close off with the last snorkeling at Coral Garden. The cost for this trip is $100.00 USD for a person and a maximum of 4 persons is required to confirm the trip.
$
65
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
 (1)
This tour begins just before daybreak with a drive through Sittee River where the lush vegetation attracts many species of birds in Belize. Be sure to keep your eyes open and your ... morebinoculars handy as you are bound to encounter spectacular plumage, stirring calls, and the steady drumming of a hummingbird’s wings.

Some of the tropical birds often spotted in the area are keel-billed toucans, fork-tailed flycatchers, tropical kingbirds, and Amazon kingfishers, blue crowed mot-mot and harpy eagle.
$
95
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (1)
Welcome to the gateway of the Mayan Underworld. Actun Tunichil Muknal (cave of the stone sepulchre) is commonly referred to as ATM Cave. Located near San Ignacio, Cayo District, it ... moreis one of the most impressive Maya ceremonial caves containing rare bloodletting altars used in sacrifices by Maya royalty, and where calcified skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware have been found. The best known as “The Crystal Maiden”, the intact skeleton of a teenage girl, whose bones have been calcified over the years to a sparkling crystallized appearance

The hike to the cave entrance through the lush Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve requires visitors to swim to the mouth of the cave and then wade through ankle to chest high water and once inside the magnificent cave, the exploration begins. The tour requires climbing and swimming as well as crawling through small spaces. The cave is extensively decorated with cave formations in the upper passages, a labyrinth of dry chambers which lead to the cathedral-like main hall, a towering chamber 350 meters in length and 50 meters wide and filled with artifacts and sacrificial remains. Visitors remove shoes and explore the cave in socks only, to protect the artifacts on the cave floor. After this, another climb takes you to the stone sepulchre (after which the cave is named) where the Crystal Maiden lies. Photography is now disallowed inside the cave unless special permits are obtained.

This is an extraordinary Belize adventure and a rare opportunity to see ancient Maya ceremonial sites and altars as they were and virtually untouched for centuries. A visit to this site is truly profound and unforgettable. After this memorable adventure, we hike back to our vehicles and sit to enjoy a local lunch before heading back to San Ignacio.
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