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$
100
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$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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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.
$
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.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (1)
The cave entrance is reached on a jungle trail shaded by the leafy canopy of medicinal trees and vines, the home of many beautiful birds. We will explore the three cave by inner tube, ... morefloating through large columns of stalactite formations, a sacred underground world to the Maya. This tour can be combined with a nearby zip line ride.
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
 (1)
Fun and excitement for everyone guaranteed! To enhance your cave tubing adventure, add the thrill of gliding through the Belizean rainforest canopy in this exciting and exhilarating ... moretour. Take in the views of the Belizean jungle as you cross over the lush rainforest and glistening river. After the adrenalin rush cools off in the crystal clear refreshing waters of the Caves Branch River. This part of the tour is easy and relaxing. A short hike through the jungle leads you to a beautiful swimming pool located at the entrance of two caves. Here you can swim at leisure before starting the float down the river while viewing spectacular cave systems which the Mayas regarded as a sacred underworld where rituals and ceremonies took place to their many powerful gods who called this home. An exciting adventure everyone can enjoy!
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Ian Anderson’s Original-Cave Tubing Adventure: Available YEAR ROUND, this full day caving expedition will take you off the beaten path to explore ancient Mayan ceremonial centers, ... morepottery, artifacts, altars, obsidian blood-letting blades, jade, and the actual footprints of ancient Shamans and priests that date back to 400 A.D. Have lunch served picnic style by headlight to the sounds of the underground cave. **This adventure is not the same as the highly requested River of Caves 7 Mile Cave Tubing (which is only available from July to Jan each year). 

MANDATORY CLOTHING:

Comfortable lightweight shorts and a shirt that allows for movement and can get wet. Well threaded sneakers or hiking boots, and mosquito repellant. 

AGE RECOMMENDATION: 7 years old and up
(Younger children must be approved by Guide Team).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 2 persons
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
This tour will take you from the Maya temple to the entrance of the Mayan underworld. The adventure starts at the popular Mayan site of Xunantunich; just getting there is an adventure ... moreof its own. After touring the temples, we drive to No’och Che’ en Cave, where you will start off on an easy hike through the jungle to your starting point. As you sit back and enjoy tubing downstream, you will be floating through a series of remarkable limestone caves, each filled with fascinating discoveries of the Mayan underworld. There is also an opportunity to leave your tubes behind and go exploring into cave chambers, where you will see ceramic pieces and beautiful geological formation. The adventure ends floating downstream through the jungles of Belize; back at the starting point.
$
104
50
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Off the Hummingbird Highway, is the spiraling network of tunnels and limestone rooms comprising of 36 “crystal” caves with enormous vaults of crystallized columns and statuary. Much ... moreof the geological structure of Belize is porous karst limestone. This makes it ideal for the formation of underground caves and rivers, although many caves have been known for years, new ones – including some of the most extensive systems in the whole of Central America.

Belize Cave Tubing Tour: Your guide will lead you through a jungle trail rich in flora and fauna, at the end of the trail you will tube down the Caves Branch River system relaxing on inflated tubes, the gentle currents of the river will draw you through amazing caves and taverns.

Headlamps will be provided so that you don’t miss a thing including Mayan artifacts during this underworld adventure.
$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Tour with us as we unveil the mysteries and secrets of the Maya underworld. Morales family, owners, and pioneers to this location many years ago can recount many stories of the logging ... moredays, jaguars, and the long mule trips into their little “paradise.” The cave, a healthy 40 minutes climb through the bush from the Morales farm, consists of Mayan pottery filled chambers with large intact pots varying in size, shape, and decoration.

Che Chem Ha Cave was used by the Maya as a storehouse for grain as well as a ceremonial center for their after-life bloodletting rituals. The different levels of the cave contain numerous pristine artifacts, including large pottery vessels, some with paintings and other district markings. One of the chambers contains artifacts used in performing their ritualized ceremonies.
$
90
/ Person
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.
$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Enter the exciting world of rivers that disappear into the underworld as you float on inner tubes with only headlights to light your way after a 1 ½ hr drive from San Ignacio. Spectacular ... morecrystal formations of million years in the making. Massive cathedral-sized chambers with walls of river sculptured rock. Imagine the experience as you float through a subterranean cathedral. Turn off your lights, leaving you with the sensation of drifting in a black void of timelessness and into the sacred realm of the ancient Maya.
$
83
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$
95
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Getting There:  Tour departs San Ignacio Town at 8:00 AM. You'll embark on our journey out of San Ignacio on a 1 hour & 15 minutes’ drive along the George Price Highway (paved ... moreroad) until arriving at the junction of the Jaguar Paw Cave Tubing outpost. The site’s parking lot is another 10 minutes or so on from the paved road.

At the site: 
Make use of the expansive restroom complex to change into your swimwear. Your guide then walks you over to the tube racks where you’ll pick a tube of your choice. You will be provided with life jackets, helmets, and headlamps.

Geared up, you will embark on a 45 minutes’ hike across the clear green Caves Branch River. A rope at the crossing keeps you from straying. The water is waist-deep, normally. After the river crossing, you'll hike a jungle trail heading upstream. Your guide will point out interesting aspects of the local flora & fauna as you trek through – a perfect time to take out your cameras (preferably waterproof).

After a briefing on the proper safety techniques, you'll set afloat through a series of caverns which periodically open up to the sunshine & jungle. Your guide will occasionally point out various Maya artifacts within the crevices of the caves. Depending on time availability, he may allow you to disembark your tube & walk up for a closer look into hidden chambers of the cave which are normally not explored by many other companies or cruise ship passengers due to time constraints. 

Departure: 
After Lunch, you'll walk back to the parking lot where you'll board the vehicle and head back to San Ignacio via the George Price Highway, arriving around 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Barton Creek Cave is part of a large riverine system and one of the longest subterranean sites. Cultural remains have been found within the first kilometer of the cave from the downstream ... moreentrance. This kilometer long space contains ten ledges above the river with evidence of Maya activity. The first ledge is located by the left just inside the entrance to the cave and continues approximately 30 meters beyond the Maya Bridge. 

This cathedral-like wet cave is located in the Cayo District, approximately 24 kilometers from San Ignacio or about one hour drive. The tour entails gently paddling in a canoe for two or three people with a ratio of a maximum of eight person's per guide. This is the only way you can explore this cave. 

The tour departs from San Ignacio at 8:00 am. It lasts for about 4 hours.
$
85
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
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...

CAVE TUBING + JUNGLE ZIPLINE:

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...

CAVE TUBING + BELIZE ZOO:

US $125/per persons
$
185
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Explore Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, climb the temples, visit the on-site museum and take pictures of howler monkeys. Learn about the ancient Maya history of this magnificent Mayan site. ... more
After a guided of Xunantunich, follow the footsteps of the Mayas into Xibalba, the Underworld. Float through sacred caverns on inner tubes as your headlights reveal crystal formations untouched for thousands of years.
$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Looking forward to a relaxing and fun day! Tube downstream, enjoy a cool swim in the refreshing, therapeutic cave waters in a natural pool formed between cave entrances, float through ... moresome rapids, view sparkling cave formations and learn of cave geology and Maya history all in one spectacular tour.

Hike through the lush, subtropical forest to the entrance of remarkable limestone caves within the mountains, jump into crystal blue waters, into a refreshing pool formed in between two cave entrances. Then you just sit back and relax, enjoying the natural beauty of the Mayan underworld that the ancient Mayas regarded as a sacred underworld and was home to many powerful gods. Our journey takes you through a series of caves, each filled with fascinating discoveries. Cave Tubing is one of the most unique relaxing and exciting adventures offered in Belize. It’s an exciting adventure you’ll never want to end and one you will never forget. Come and experience the mystery and beauty of Cave Tubing in Belize
$
180
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$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Gear up for a fun family-friendly ATV ride through the jungle along winding muddy trails. After ATV riding, embark on a moderate 45 minutes hike through tropical trails and wade across ... moreshallow, jungle-lined rivers to cave tube. Float through prehistoric caves, along cool waters illuminated by headlamps with ancient crystal formations and human artifacts. Enjoy a relaxing and visually exciting trip in and out of various cave passageways in the Caves Branch river system at the Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve.
$
125
/ Adult
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
It’s going to be an eventful day so be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. This tour will start within a few miles of San Ignacio in air-conditioned transport to Xunantunich. ... moreXunantunich is a national treasure that fills its visitors with a sense of time travel. It sits close to Belize’s western border and is a must-visit. Local souvenirs, hammocks, and blankets are available from the many vendors waiting alongside the river at the entrance to the hand-cranked ferry that has carried many thousands to and from the calm beauty of this Maya Temple.

The panoramic views of the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala from atop ‘El Castillo’ are stupendous! Come with an open heart to experience simplicity and visiting another world for a few hours before heading off to Jaguar Paw for cave tubing & zip lining.

When you’ve arrived at the outpost, you will meet your tour guides who will issue inflatable tubes, headlamps, and life vests. You’ll be given a basic orientation and safety briefing before heading off on a 30-minute hike which includes wading through a few knee-deep water streams.

Once at the entrance of the cave system, it’s time for your ancient Maya underworld adventure. You’ll see intricate crystalline formations that line the cave with a majestic rise and fall of stalagmites and stalactites that add to the serene richness and grandiose of Xibalba as it’s known. After exiting the cave, you’ll emerge into the sunlight and free float downstream, ushered by the gentle current and little rapids, to the harmony of birds and natural wildlife which routes back to where the tour started.