Cockscomb Shuttle To&From Hopkins

Listing Type
Shuttle Service
Type of Vehicle
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Mini Van
/ Person
Route Information
Shuttle service routes
Depart (from)
Departure locations
Arrive (to)
Arrival Locations
HopkinsCockscomb45 minutes
CockscombHopkins45 minutes
Depart (from):
Hopkins, Cockscomb Basin wildlife Sanctuary
Arrive (to):
Hopkins, Cockscomb Basin wildlife Sanctuary
About Listing
The Cockscomb Mayan Adventure Tour
The Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary established in 1990 is world renowned for being the first jaguar reserve. This "one of a kind" nature park was established as a result of jaguar studies conducted in the area by Alan Rabinowitz (aka “The Indiana Jones of Wildlife Protection”). Besides being the home to Belize's largest cat, the sanctuary protects the headwaters of two major river systems and supports an abundance of hardwood vegetation and a diverse faunal assemblage. Over 128,000 acres of the lush jungle is ringed by the spectacular Cockscomb Mountains.

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to all five (5) of Belize's cats: Jaguar, Puma, Margay, Jaguarundi, and Ocelot. It is estimated that over 80 resident Jaguars are in the area. Belize's national animal, the endangered Baird's Tapir also inhabits the Basin and over 290 different species of birds have been recorded. This tour is ideal for nature lovers and intrepid travelers.

  • Drop off & Pick up at Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary* 
  • Pickup from the requested area in Hopkins
  • Arrival 45 minutes after
  • Pickup from Cockscomb at the time requested
  • Arrival back at your requested destination
What is Included?
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  • Transfer
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8 people
2 people
Minimum number of people.
Unless otherwise indicated, prices are in US dollars.
Unless otherwise indicated, prices are in US dollars.
(One way)
Round Trip 2persons
3+ pax Roundtrip
Black Carib Inspirational Travel is not your typical travel services company. Unlike other firms which focus primarily on selling packaged adventures or transportation services, Black ... moreCarib Inspirational Travel is geared towards promoting indigenous cultures in the country and empowering them through a shared experience of traditional and legacy knowledge, music, culture, food, and dance.

Black Carib Inspirational Travel works with all of the indigenous cultures of Belize, including Creole, Mestizo, Maya, and Garifuna in an effort to improve cross-cultural awareness and improved understanding. Instead of drive-by visits or tourist trap-style fake cultural performances, Belize Cultural Adventure Travel Services works directly with the indigenous cultures to help them preserve and protect their ancient traditions.

Activities offered by Black Carib Inspirational Travel include workshops on making traditional foods from scratch, village home stays, and music and dance performances.

At Belize Cultural Adventure Travel Services, the empowerment of local communities comes first. That's why a portion of all proceeds goes towards funding an annual cultural entrepreneurship and indigenous cultural preservation summer camp.

Belize Cultural Adventure Travel Services is a sister company of the Palmento Grove Cultural & Fishing Lodge located in Hopkins, Belize, which is a Garifuna community that actively works to protect and promote traditional Garifuna culture.
Account Type:
Tour Operator
Gold Certified:
Service Types:
Tours | Activities, Shuttles, Accommodation, Vacation Packages, Cruise Excursions, Private Guides
Payment & Cancellation
Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations made 90 days before will be fully refunded except for a service fee of 3%.
  • Cancellations made 15 days before will be refunded 50% of the amount paid.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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