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$
145
/ Adult
Departs From:
Belize City
Cave Tubing Caving provides thrills to suit nearly any age and fitness level. After a brief 30-minute hike to the entrance of the cave, inner tubes are used to float along the Caves ... moreBranch River. See your light flicker upon strange shapes and the last darkness beyond. Hear the echo of your voice bounce off the far walls. Listen to the water dripping from the ceiling, creating spectacular formations in the stunning chambers. Moreover, while you might be expecting dark and claustrophobic passageways, you are likely to find large chamber room and cathedral-sized rooms. Journey into Belize’s spectacular underground realm and take a trip back to time!

Belize Zip line This fantastic attractive and unique tour is a fast-growing sector of the Belize Tourism Industry and pivots around one important factor SAFETY. Set within Belize’s lush rainforest, this fantastic tour starts with a safety session from our professional zip line crew. Following your safety course, well-trained guides will help you with your harness, hand and body gears, and helmet. Double cables (each capable of withstanding 2,000 lbs of weight) used for the ultimate in safety. A brief 5-minute walk takes you to the first of 8 strategically placed platforms and the start of your Excursion. The platforms are as high as 85 ft and as far apart as 1200ft. All landing platforms are equipped with handrails. Guides meet you at each landing to ensure your personal safety. At the end of the Zip Line Tour, you will repel from the last platform back down to earth. It Is a real heart-pounding adventure that is sure to please the thrill seeker in you!
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
Placencia
Imagine the experience you can have if you were on a private island in Belize! Just 25 minutes away from Placencia Village, lies one of the most unique private islands in Southern ... moreBelize. A family-owned island with coral-lined beaches, a small saltwater aquarium filled with snappers, parrot fish, lobsters, conchs, and more tropical marine life. A Freshwater shower available after your swim into Caribbean sea surrounding the island. 

What more says, "Vacation" than laying back in a hammock or sitting in one of our lounge chairs, sipping on a cold Caribbean rum punch. Eating a hot mouth-watering BBQ lunch with the best view all around facing the Caribbean sea as the wind blows gently on your skin.

Snorkel the coral reef that lines and protects the island. Discover Snappers, Angelfish, Parrotfish, Stingrays, Crabs, Nurse sharks, and various species of hard and soft corals that bring this dream into reality! 

Take your time and truly enjoy your private island relaxation at Lark Caye, where the guide shows you what we have to offer you around our jewel. Kaying into the nearby mangrove lagoons, sighting clues of the elusive Manatee's, Dolphins and wading birds inhabiting this Island.
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Let us take you deep into the Chiquibul nature reserve. The boat ride will take you up the Macal and Raspa culo river. This is the only area in Belize where the scarlet macaws are ... morenesting. There are only approximately 100 mating pairs and we are at risk of losing them to poachers. Allow us to put you in a situation where your chances are very high of seeing as much of our fauna.

From Cayo, we leave at about 6:00 am and after a 2:20 hours drive up and through the mountain pine ridge.
We meet the boat captain just above the Chalillo dam, where we start our boat ride. Look out for crocodiles, tapirs and scarlet macaws.

After having lunch we will take a steep hike to see the chiquibul blue hole. Then a swift ride home. The tour is done in partnership with F.C.D. Friends for Conservation and Development and most of the money goes to the conservation and protection of the chiquibul forest.
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Caracol Archaeological Mayan Site shuttle package (1 Day Tour) We provide guest/s a package deal of the Mayan Archaeological site, Rio Frio Cave, Rio On Pools, and Swim at Big Rock ... moreFalls. We leave promptly leave at 7:30 a.m.from San Ignacio Town and returns at 5:00 p.m. We are happy to pick you up at your hotel/ lodge. 

Ca'ana / Sky Palace at Caracol It is the largest Archaeological Site of entire Belize. En-route to Caracol, we tour other tourism sites: Rio On Pools, Rio Frio Cave. Then returning from the site we do a last stop at Big Rock falls for a refreshing swim.
$
85
/ Adult
Departs From:
Belize City
Altun Ha Mayan Ruin Is the Mayan Ruin which the temple of the “Green Tomb.” Founded. They also found a solid jade head weighing almost 10 pounds and standing 6 inches in height. This ... moretreasure is the largest jade carving found at any Mayan Ruin, and it discovered in the temple of the “Sun God,” which is the tallest building, standing 54 feet from the plaza floor. On this fully guided tour around historic Belize City, you will see many places of interest, including the ancient swing bridge over Haulover Creek, which is turned open by human resources. You’ll also visit the oldest Anglican cathedral in Central America, St. John’s Cathedral built from bricks used as ballast in sailing ships of old. Directly across the street, you, will visit Government House, once home to the colonial Governors and now a museum.
$
55
-
$
60
/ Person
Departs From:
Placencia
Let's take a 20-minute boat ride to the inner cayes or “Lark Caye range” as we call it. located 6 miles from Placencia. The inner cayes boast, a unique and diverse ecosystem, with ... moremangrove lagoons, coral patch reefs, seagrass beds and more than dozens of privately owned islands.

Expect to see various species of tropical reef-like, Angel Fish, Butterfly Fish, Parrot Fish and a truly beautiful and healthy coral reef ecosystem, consisting of vibrant hard and soft corals alike. This coral reef is popular for finding crabs in the crevices of the corals around the island. 

If you are lucky enough we can sometimes find juvenile commercial species of the Conch and Spiny Lobsters, and even the chance of seeing a Blacktip shark cruising along the reefs, if not, around our private island we can sometimes find young Nurse sharks swimming or laying in the shade under a coral head.

We make a stop on a private island to sip on some rum punch and eat lunch and explore the islands coral lined beach and salt water fed aquarium! During your adventure today, your visit to our island boast, rainwater showers, restroom facility and hammocks to relax and make your vacation a memorable one!!
$
75
-
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
Placencia
Only 12 miles from Placencia, this island offers excellent snorkeling and is perfect for introductory scuba certification and experiences. Because of the protection status of National ... morePark, visitors are almost guaranteed seeing commercial species such as the Caribbean Spiny Lobsters and the Queen Conch. The reefs around Laughing Bird Caye has an abundance of tropical reef fish as well as many species of hard and soft corals. This island has some of the best beaches on which visitors can relax and soak up some sun.

Due to the uniqueness of the Caye, the Faro, and the abundant and diverse marine habitats and life, the Caye was declared a protected area in 1981 under the National Parks System Act. On 21 December 1991, Laughing Bird Caye National Park was declared. Finally, in 1996 the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System was inscribed on the World Heritage List with Laughing Bird Caye National Park designated as one of the premieres protected areas within the World Heritage Site.

The uniqueness of this structure contributes to both the abundance and variety of coral habitats and marine life. The Caye gets its name from the Laughing Gull (Larus artricilla). Laughing Bird Caye is probably the single most popular day trip from Placencia. The island is what many consider the perfect tropical paradise - sand, palm trees, free of flies and surrounded by shallow coral reef perfect for snorkeling
$
150
/ Group
Type of Vehicle:
Private Vehicle
Private Transfer from Belize City or Belize’s International Airport to San Ignacio or vice-versa: At Gateway Belize Travel & Tours we offer private shuttles for couples or groups. ... moreSit back and relax in one of our well-maintained vehicles with your significant other or your family and friends while our knowledgeable driver takes you to your final destination in Belize. We provide bottled water on all our shuttles.

We can also add other stops along the way to your shuttle. For example, on your shuttle to San Ignacio from Belize City you can take a tour of the Belize Zoo before resuming the trip to your final destination.

Feel free to message us with any extra requests and we will be glad to help.
$
200
/ Group
Type of Vehicle:
Private Vehicle
Private Transfer from San Ignacio to Placencia or Hopkins or vice-versa: At Gateway Belize Travel & Tours we offer private shuttles for couples or groups. Sit back and relax in ... moreone of our well-maintained vehicles with your significant other or your family and friends while our knowledgeable driver takes you to your final destination in Belize. We provide bottled water on all our shuttles.

We can also add other stops along the way to your shuttle. For example, on your shuttle to San Ignacio from Belize City you can take a tour of the Belize Zoo before resuming the trip to your final destination.
$
65
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Xunantunich Travel back in time and experience what life was like in the city of Xunantunich, one of Belize’s most popular Mayan sites. This tour from San Ignacio takes you to the ... moreCayo District and delivers you on an old-fashioned, hand-cranked ferryboat to magnificent ruins deep in the Belizean rainforest. Admire astronomical carvings at El Castillo (The Castle) and sweeping views of the Belize River Valley—once you’ve climbed the steep pyramid steps to the top! Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.

After hotel pickup in San Ignacio in the morning, it’s just a 15-minute drive down the Western Highway aboard your air-conditioned vehicle. When you reach the town of San Jose Succotz, board a wooden ferry for the short trip across the Mopan River. Let your guide inform you about the ferry’s interesting hand-crank technology, which dates back to the 19th century. As you cross the emerald waters of the river, look for large green iguanas under the foliage or lazing on the forested riverbank.

When you reach the opposite shore, disembark for a brief shuttle ride to the entrance of Xunantunich ((Maya for ‘Maiden of the Rock’),an ancient Mayan site located on one of the highest plateaus of the Cayo District. You’ll gather with your guide and group at the Visitor Center to learn about the region’s history and get an overview of the ruins. Learn about this ceremonial center of the Classic Period, which once boasted a population of 7,000 to 10,000 and is now one of Belize’s most popular Mayan sites.
Take an archeological walk back in time while exploring the ancient city. Over the course of your 2-hour guided tour, visit several residential palaces for Mayan royalty, located amid 25 temples and palaces that surround six major plazas. When you reach the impressive pyramid of El Castillo, admire the stucco frieze that once extended around its entire perimeter. Take a look at the detailed, astronomical carvings depicting Mayan gods, rulers and warriors in full regalia.

Then, start your moderate climb up the winding stone steps of the magnificent pyramid; rising 130 feet (40 meters) above the main plaza, it’s the second-tallest structure in Belize. Continue to the temple’s peak to enjoy the stunning panorama, including the Belize River Valley, Mopan River and nearby Guatemala.

After your descent, your guide will point out many tropical birds, howler monkeys and interesting flora such as the cotton trees and allspice plants, which the ancient Maya used as both food and medicine.
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Barton Creek Cave Barton Creek Cave is the entrance to the Maya Underworld and can only be accessed by canoe. A peaceful and ancient realm awaits as you glide into the cave to see ... morethe amazing crystal formations and learn about the history of this sacred place. This tour can also give you a combination with a choice of butterfly farm or waterfall to make it a full-day tour, which also includes a delicious lunch!

Highlights:

An ideal choice for families

A popular choice for kids

See native wildlife in their natural environment

Private Tour ensures personal service

A perfect introduction for first-time visitors

We begin our journey through farmland where you can see the Mennonite community of Upper Barton Creek and experience their traditional lifestyle. We reach Barton Creek Cave, much of which is still to be explored and stretches for miles, of which 4.5 miles is navigable by open canoe. At the entrance of the cave, we board our canoes, switch on our headlights and start to slowly paddle into the cave passage. While floating deeper into the passage we learn about the geology, archaeology and Maya history of these caves. 

Our lights will bring crystal formations that are millions of years old to live. After exploring the caves, we turn around our canoes and float back to where we park them and complete our half-day tour with a refreshing swim.
$
15
-
$
65
/ Item
Equipment Type:
Kayak
Kayak Rental 2 person river kayaks 2 hours of free use with a tour or transfer bookings! 1-hour rental: US$15 2-hour rental: US$25... more

½ day rental: US$35

Upriver drop off with kayak use rental includes kayak, paddles, and life vests for 2 people
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Caracol (Snail) is the largest known Maya city in Belize. In AD 650, the urban area of Caracol had a radius of approximately 177 square kilometers. It boasts the tallest man-made structure ... morein the country and a dynasty that was desired and looked up upon by many, while hated and feared by others. It covered an area much larger than present-day Belize City (the largest metropolitan area in the country of Belize) and supported more than twice the modern city’s population. Caracol is a must-see, as it is one of the largest cities of the classic period and was in the middle of a power struggle with powerful cities like Tikal and Naranjo in Guatemala.

Being specialized on Maya Hieroglyphs; during our tour, you will learn about the kings of Caracol and their achievements based on the hieroglyphic evidence. A couple years ago Lion got the privilege of reporting one of the last carved monuments at Caracol. The date of this monument adds 25 years more of hieroglyphic history to this great royal lineage.

We also offer the Caracol tour combined with a refreshing stop at Rio on Pools to cool off after a long day at the site.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
This is a sleeping giant waiting to be wakened by the slow discovering of more archeological evidence. Few ancient cities were brave to rise up and fight against one of the giants ... moreof the Maya world, Tikal. Yaxche is found approximately 45 minutes from Belize´s western border.

This site gives us an opportunity to enjoy a sunset tour from the top of one of its tallest buildings. Seeing the sunset over the horizon being framed by the lake on the western side of the city is spectacular. You have the option of seeing the sunset and coming back to San Ignacio for dinner or we can stay and have dinner at a restaurant near the site.

A few years ago ¨SURVIVOR¨ was shot at Yaxha and on a little island called Topoxte and since then it grew in popularity.

NOTE: Departure Tax at the Belize Border $20.00USD ($40BZD) per person.
$
50
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
This Station has a long history in tropical educational and conservation and used by several universities. We offer a unique opportunity to go deep into the heart of the Chiquibul ... moreForest at the foothills of the Maya Mountains. Your chances of seeing a jaguar are higher on this tour than on any other tour in Belize. We drive through the Mountain Pine Ridge on a Polaris Ranger (ATV) and make our way through the dense jungles Chiquibul. Just beside the research station, we visit a little-known cave hidden below a sinkhole. This cave has hundreds of amazing formations and deep within, Archaeologist found walls that blocked the passages into ceremonial chambers and platforms. Other modifications made by the ancient Maya are obvious all along the cave. After this underground adventure, we will have lunch in the field, surrounded by the never-ending sounds of the jungle and occasionally scarlet macaws flying above with their raucous voices. Birders and nature lovers will not want to leave this place! Later, we head out and hope for the best, a jaguar.

A percent of the fees goes to FCD, the co-managing authority to help with their conservation efforts.

This tour can also be done as a day-long adventure including archaeology at Caracol and natural history at the Las Cuevas Research Station. This option includes an after-sunset drive back for an even higher chance to see wildlife. We are back in San Ignacio by 9.00 pm.

Note:

swim suite

Camera

bug spray
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
The name Xunantunich or shoo-NAN-too-NEECH means Maiden of Rock. In Belize, this was the first site to be opened to the public, after the road and hand-cranked ferry was completed ... morein 1954. Xunantunich is a Classic period (300-900 AD) ceremonial center, with wide plazas and elaborate pyramids. The tallest is the astonishing 130 foot “El Castillo” (The Castle) which is large by Mayan standards and is only exceeded by the Caana pyramid at Caracol. The site was occupied until around 1100 AD and was likely abandoned after an earthquake, evidence of which was discovered by archaeologists in the mid-1900. The modifications done to the center of this city shows how desperate the nobility was getting, and reflects the hard times which the Maya experienced during the terminal period just before deserting the site.

Note:
You will be picked up from your hotel by one of our experienced local guides who will then take you to the site to have the experience of a lifetime.

Lunch isn’t included; however, feel free to ask your guide to stop at Benny’s Restaurant in Succotz Village. Benny’s is a family owned restaurant that has been serving authentic Belizean Cuisine in the area for years

Useful Stuff:
Sturdy hiking shoes, bug spray, camera, sunscreen, spending money for lunch and souvenirs.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Barton Creek is a long cave stretching over 4 miles! The cave consists of giant passages covered with numerous large stalactites and stalagmites. This tour is a rather relaxed Canoe ... moreride through a pristine underground cave system carved by the Barton Creek. Using bright spotlights to point the beauty of the cave, you will be introduced to the little seen world underground. It is believed that the Maya once used this cave for ritual ceremonies. While canoeing through the cave you will see large and colorful formations, skeletal remains and other cultural artifacts left behind by the Maya centuries ago. These cave features have made it a popular Belize travel destination.

Artifacts found at Barton Creek Cave suggest that the cave was used for a variety of purposes by the Maya, including agricultural rituals, fertility rites, ritual bloodletting, and even human sacrifice.
$
600
/ Group
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Day 1: Caracol Archeological site / Scarlet Macaw Boat Tour Pick up in San Ignacio and drive two hours and fifteen minutes to Caracol. After the tour, we will drive about 20 minutes ... moreto Tapir camp where we will drive for about 45 minutes to the Cuevas Research Center for the night. We have the option of enjoying the sunset from a bird tower and after dinner; going for either a night hike or a night drive.

Day 2:

Option 1:

Bird watching in the morning or sleep in and wake up to the birds and sounds of the Chiquibul Forest. After breakfast, we can go explore the cave at Cuevas. Lunch at the Research Center and drive out to the Mountain Pine Ridge for a swim at the Rio On Pools. Should have you out in San Ignacio by 5 pm.

Option 2

Early breakfast and drive out towards the mountain Pine Ridge to meet one of the FCD Rangers at the Upper Macal River. The tour will take us deep into the Chiquibul Forest looking for the Scarlet Macaws and other wildlife. There are only about a 100 mating pairs of Macaws and they are nesting in the upper Macal River.

We will take you to the heart of their nesting site. Proceeds from this tour will go to the protection of the Chiquibul and the research needed to keep this place for future generations to enjoy.

After lunch on the boat, we head back down the river to the car and drive home. We will give you the option of stopping for a swim at the Rio On Pools before going to San Ignacio.
$
200
/ Group
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Day 1: Tikal day tour and spend the night at a Hotel in Tikal with an option of a sunset tour Pick up at the border 7:15 am or at San Ignacio at 7 am and drive 15 minutes to the western ... moreborder. After one hour and forty-five minutes’ drive, we should be at Tikal. 3 to 4 hours tour at the site and lunch at the site. Check in at the hotel and then we have the option of doing the sunset from one of the temples.

Day 2: Yaxha tour or Yaxha sunset if you didn´t do it at Tikal

After breakfast, we drive towards Belize´s western border and stop at another Maya site called Yaxha. This site sits between two lakes. If you didn´t see the sunset on the first day then we can organize a sunset from the tallest building at Yaxha with dinner in San Ignacio.
$
300
/ Group
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
5 nights. From the heavens to the underworld Day 1: Pick up at the International Air Port in Belize City. (Depending on the time your flight lands, we might be able to do a tour.) ... moreMaybe Cave Tubing. And if it’s early enough we can come to San Ignacio and experience our Market day and have lunch in town. Travel time: 1 hour and 45 Minutes to San Ignacio Hotel.

Day 2:

Caracol Archeological site. Leave the hotel at 7.15 am and return by 5 pm. (If you are interested, I can take you deeper in the Chiquibul to a research station and hopefully We see Scarlet Macaws in the wild and our drive from there will be as the sun is setting. This will give us a higher probability of seeing wildlife on our drive out. ) 

Day 3:

Barton Creek cave canoeing, Zipline will be optional. If we only do the cave, it’s going to be a half day tour but if we include the Zip line tour then your day will extend to about 3:30 pm. This day can start at 8 am. And can be combined with other options which I will discuss when you get here. (If you decide to go Deeper in the chiquibul and drive out at sunset then the Barton Creek tour can be done at 1 pm so that you get a chance to relax a bit.)

Day 4:

Offering Cave. We leave the hotel at 7:30 am and we will be using a 6 passenger Polaris ATV for this tour. About 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to this dry cave where we will be exploring and seeing tons of artifacts left as offerings by the ancient Mayas. After the cave, we will be going to swim at a waterfall. This is also a full day. All this on a Polaris Ranger ATV. Should be back by 5 pm.

Day 5:

Xunantunich Archeological site, to get to this site one has to manually crank a ferry to get across the river. I would also love to take you to make and taste chocolate made traditionally by a Maya family. You will be able to see how the cacao bean becomes chocolate.

Day 6:

Depart from your hotel to the International airport. Time will depend on your flight. 
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