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$
114
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$
136
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Zip Lining Since we have not figured out a way to grow feathers yet, a trip through the jungle on a zipline is a terrific way to get that fix.... more

This tour is not for persons with disabilities, heart conditions, back or leg problems. All guests must be in good physical condition. Not suitable for pregnant women.

Starts: 8:00AM Ends: 10:30AM

Itinerary

Getting There: The adventure begins at 8:00 AM with a pick up at your hotel or in San Ignacio Town. We embark on our journey out of San Ignacio on an hours’ drive along the George Price Highway (paved road) until arriving at the junction of the Jaguar Paw Cave Tubing outpost. The drive into the site’s parking lot is another 12 minutes or so on paved road. Upon arriving at the parking lot, you guide checks you in with the ranger.

At the Zip Line Course: AFrom the parking lot it’s a short 5 minutes’ walk to the gear station where skilled guides will brief you on safety procedures while fitting you with their own helmets, harnesses, and gloves. We then head out on a very short hike through the jungle onto the starting point. The first line is a teaser to get you hyped up. There are 6 rounds in total, each lasting about 12 seconds and covering 40 – 300 feet of cable. The highest you will fly over the jungle is about 150 feet high. The two lengths take you soaring over the caves branch river in an exhilarating and scenic glide. The entire course lasts about 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the amount of persons in your party.

Departure: After our zipline adventure, you’ll walk back to the parking lot where you’ll have a chance to change into your water shoes and swimwear for a refreshing cave-tubing adventure! At this point (depending on what time you’re done zip lining) you may feel free to have an early lunch before you go tubing. By the time you get to the floating starting point, the food in your stomach will have settled. Otherwise you can have a late lunch when you return from tubing.

Duration: 45 – 60 Mins. (at the Zipline)

Difficulty level- Moderate

What to bring: Action Camera, light clothing, hiking shoes (no flip-flops).

Provided: Helmets, harness, gloves.

Cave Tubing

If you’re visiting with children or non-swimmers please let us know this ahead of time so as to verify Minimum height requirements of “40 inches” is met and kid-size life jackets are provided.

Starts: 11:00AM Ends: 5:00PM

Itinerary

Getting There: 

The Cave Tubing site is at the same place as the zipline. After changing into your swimwear, you’ll walk over to the equipment booth to grab a tube & helmet with headlamps. You’re ready to start!

The Zip line course is situated within walking distance at the same park. After changing into your dry clothes having concluded your tubing adventure, we sit down on the picnic tables under the trees for a delicious lunch (sited). After lunch, we take a little hike onto the zip line check-in station, (just long enough to get your stomach settled).

At the site: 

Once you’re all geared up, you then embark on a 45 minutes’ hike across the clear turquoise Caves Branch River. At this crossing there’s a rope across the river to assist you crossing. The water is knees-deep, typically. After the river crossing, we start off along a jungle trail heading upstream alongside the river. Your guide will point out interesting aspects of the local flora &fauna as we trek through – perfect time to take out your cameras (preferably water proof).

Upon arrival at the designated starting point, your guide will brief you on the proper safety techniques for boarding & floating on your tube. If you’re adventurous, you’ll want to dive or splash into the water from a rock at the starting point. From here, your guide will set you afloat through a series of cavers which periodically open up to the sunshine & jungle. When the water current is strong, you’ll be tied up into a cluster (like a train) with ropes so as to avoid anyone straying away. Your guide will (depending on time availability) will lead you to the river bank inside the cave where you’ll unboard your tube and hike up to a hidden cavern where Ancient Maya Artifacts and beautiful natural formations can be seen.

After a bit of cave exploration through tight spaces, you’ll hop back onto your tube and continue the journey down the river through the rest of the caves with occasional beautiful scenic openings on the side. The journey continues until you make it back to the first river crossing and then back onto the parking lot. Here you can use the expansive restroom complex to change back into your dry clothes and shoes.

A quick lunch can be enjoyed on the picnic tables at the parking lot before heading back to San Ignacio. 

Departing: 

After a late lunch, you’ll board our vehicle and head back onto San Ignacio via the George Price Highway, arriving around 5:00PM.

Duration: Approx. 5hours (at Jaguar Paw Cave Tubing)

Difficulty level:Moderate

What to Bring: Water Shoes (no flip-flops or open toe sandals), lightweight Shorts, Lightweight shirt, change of clothes, Sunscreen, Insect Repellant, Water, Camera (must be water proof).

Provided: we provide you with helmet, head lamp, life jackets, and towels.
$
104
/ Adult
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
The Northern coast of Ambergris Caye has amazing blue waters and beautiful views along the way. The Mexico Rocks Day Sail starts with sailing to Mexico Rocks, that in the end of 2015 ... morebecame a part of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, to protect its rich marine life and precious corals. We do our first stop for snorkeling there and then continue to our favorite spot - a shallow area close by the reef, that is just like a natural pool (great for non-swimmers as well)! Here we make a break to relax in the shallow warm water, while the crew prepares our famous Belizean buffet on-board. Traditional Belizean dishes like stewed chicken and rice and beans with our Captain’s secret recipe BBQ fish! After lunch we return South doing a second snorkel stop at Tres Cocos. Open bar featuring local rum drinks like rum punch and "panty rippers" is included all day.
$
660
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
The Northern coast of Ambergris Caye has amazing blue waters and beautiful views along the way. The Mexico Rocks Day Sail starts with sailing to Mexico Rocks, that in the end of 2015 ... morebecame a part of the marine reserve, to protect its rich marine life and precious corals. We do our first stop for snorkeling there and then continue to our favorite spot - a shallow area close by the reef, that is just like a natural pool (great for non-swimmers as well)! Here we make a break to relax in the shallow warm water, while the crew prepares our famous Belizean buffet on-board. Traditional Belizean dishes like stewed chicken and rice and beans with our Captain’s secret recipe BBQ fish! After lunch we return South doing a second snorkel stop at Tres Cocos. You can also choose to extend the day with more hours, to include more snorkeling or fishing. 

Open bar featuring local rum drinks like rum punch and "panty rippers" is included all day. 

Either breakfast or ceviche is also included, depending on the schedule you choose. 
$
95
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$
141
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Rio Frio Cave is an ancient monument in Belize . It is located in the district of Cayo , in the central part of the country, 40 km southwest of the capital, Belmopan . Rio Frio Caves ... morelocated 470 meters above sea level. – Wikipedia 

Getting There:

Since you’ll be doing this tour in combination with Caracol Temples, your journey will commence as we board our vehicle at Caracol, then make our way back through the Mountain Pine Ridge road where after 45 to 60 minutes, you’ll divert from the main road onto a short drive to the Rio Frio Cave Site. At the parking lot, you’ll onboard, then walk to the cave site where you’ll be amazed by the massive cave opening and its intriguing cavern which you are free to explore.

At the site

Two massive 65ft entryways make it extra accessible and creates natural lighting inside. Huge stalactites hang from its massive cathedral-like vault room sized boulders on the ground where a stream flows through, forming pools with cascading falls.

Departure:

After a short exploration (it only takes about 30 mins to see the cave entirely), you’ll walk the trail up to the parking lot and onto your next adventure spot (in this case Big Rock Falls)
Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: Approx. 35 – 50 mins (at Rio On Pools)
What to bring: Sunscreen, bug repellent, sun glasses, solid athletic shoes, light clothing, camera.
Provided: Snacks & bottled water.

Rio Frio Cave is an ancient monument in Belize . It is located in the district of Cayo , in the central part of the country, 40 km southwest of the capital, Belmopan . Rio Frio Caves located 470 meters above sea level. – Wikipedia 

Getting There:

Since you’ll be doing this tour in combination with Caracol Temples, your journey will commence as we board our vehicle at Caracol, then make our way back through the Mountain Pine Ridge road where after 45 to 60 minutes, you’ll divert from the main road onto a short drive to the Rio Frio Cave Site. At the parking lot, you’ll onboard, then walk to the cave site where you’ll be amazed by the massive cave opening and its intriguing cavern which you are free to explore.

At the site

Two massive 65ft entryways make it extra accessible and creates natural lighting inside. Huge stalactites hang from its massive cathedral-like vault room sized boulders on the ground where a stream flows through, forming pools with cascading falls.

Departure:

After a short exploration (it only takes about 30 mins to see the cave entirely), you’ll walk the trail up to the parking lot and onto your next adventure spot (in this case Big Rock Falls)
Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: Approx. 35 – 50 mins (at Rio On Pools)
What to bring: Sunscreen, bug repellent, sun glasses, solid athletic shoes, light clothing, camera.
Provided: Snacks & bottled water.

Big Rock Falls is a 150-foot waterfall on Privassion River, in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve of the Cayo District of Belize. – Wikipedia
If you’re visiting with children or non-swimmers please let us know this ahead of time so as to provide life jackets or other floatables for their convenience. Also, you must be very mindful of the elderly and the young, be sure they (kids) are obedient enough to follow the guide’s rules, especially when climbing up or down the cliff.

Note: Please watch your step and be very precautious when walking on the rocks on your way and at the pools as rocks are very slippery. Be attentive with children or your partner as there are water currents. 

Getting There: After Rio Frio Caves, we embark on a short drive of about 25 minutes down the Pine Ridge Road onto the Big Rock Falls parking lot.

At the site: The waterfall is approximately 5 to 8 minutes’ walk from the parking lot so you want to take everything you’ll need with you for an enjoyable time at the waterfall. From the parking lot we’ll be walking through a little trail which leads to quite a steep climb down to the river valley. Flip flops are not advisable for this part of the trek. Once we’ve made our way carefully down that cliff, the tremendous view of water rushing over the huge 150-ft rock formations and plummeting into the deep rounded pool at its base provides a rush of excitement. Our walk through the granite boulders takes us to the waterfall pool.

You won’t regret visiting this site for a nice cold swim amidst the scorching Belizean heat. You may choose to swim all the way up to the water fall but try to contain the temptation to climb up any of the wet rocks, or do so at your own risk, they tend to get very slippery. Your guide will allow you ample time to swim or bask at your own leisure. When you feel you’ve had your fix, he’ll escort you back to the parking lot.

Departure: Getting out of the river bank entails a climb up the steep cliff. It’s not as difficult as it may seem. Slow and steady does it. You may choose to change into dry clothes while you’re at the river bank or when you get to the vehicle. There are no changing rooms or restrooms.

You’ll then board our vehicle to traverse the same road through the villages and back into San Ignacio, returning around 5:00PM or otherwise depending on your own pace. 

Duration: Approx. 1 – 1.5 hours (at Big Rock Falls)
Difficulty level: Moderate
What to bring: Swimwear, change of clothes, hiking or water shoes (no flip-flops), sun screen, insect repellent, sun glasses, camera, just about anything that would enhance your visit.
Provided: Towels, snacks, and water.
$
95
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Would you like to experience The Spirit of the Natural Adventure? That is our goal here at cavetubing.bz.  My tour company is Vital Nature and Mayan Tours, Ltd., and we offer tours ... morefor almost all attractions on the mainland. Cave tubing is my specialty and my favorite.
Belize is one of the few places in the world to offer cave tubing, and it is the most popular tour available for guest. Many say the cave tubing tour with our company was the best tour on their vacation. And we want to stress that safety is high on our priority list for our cave tubing trips. One of the interesting things about cave tubing is found in Mayan mythology. The Mayas considered caves as the entrance to the underworld, called Xibalba. Roughly translated it means “Place of fear” and it was like their “hell”. So when you finish cave tubing you can say “I’ve been to hell and back!” We provide private guide for your group and we avoid crowds :)
$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Cave Tubing and Zip-lining combined on the same day is the most popular excursion in Belize and it is our specialty. Our guides are very professional and they are very knowleadgeable. ... moreBoth tours are great and full of fun. Guided by our experienced Belizean tour guides, you will hike for about 30 minutes through the Belizean rainforest then tube down the refreshing Caves Branch River and through spectacular cave systems, which the ancient Mayas regarded as a sacred underworld and home to many powerful gods.We are happy to say that we have a new zipline designed especially for you to have the most memorable time possible in Belize. This is the second one we have constructed ourselves, this one on our own property. We have improved on everything we have learned from all others before! It is a Belizean owned and operated enterprise. It even runs across the Cave’s Branch River. This is the most unique zipline experience in Belize! We currently have 6 platforms and 5 zip spans. We are planning more zips and a suspension bridge.
After a short, approximately 8 minute hike, we arrive at the first platform. The initial zip is a trial run. We call it the Chicken Run in case you chicken out.
$
125
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Climb the second largest Mayan temple in Belize “El Castillo” and take in the exciting view off all the other temples that sits below it. Let your guide explain the meaning ... moreof the stacco decoration displaying the Sun God flanked by signs of the moon, venus and different days located on the side of El Castillo, having a belicious Belizean lunch Followed by cave tubing tour. A small hike through the rainforest will take you to a beautiful lazy river where your cave tubing tour will begin. Relax as your guide takes through a sacred cave system then on to an open river. You just need to relax on our fancy yellow tube with headrest.
$
175
/ Person
Departs From:
Belize City
Start your day climbing the second largest Mayan temple in Belize “El Castillo” and take in the exciting view off all the other temples that sits below it., where you can take pictures.This ... moreadventure is followed by a Belicioius Belizean lunch, as we continue our way to the cave tubing and zip line site. Make your way through the rainforest. 6 Lines extending from 400ft to as long as 1,000ft through the rainforest and across open rivers will definitely leave your mind blown. Where you will also zip across Caves Branch river. A small hike through the rainforest will take you to a beautiful lazy river where your relaxing cave tubing adventure will begin. Relax as your guide takes through a sacred cave system then on to an open river where the kiss of the sun will simply complete your day as it comes to an end.

There is a Minimum Requirement of 40 inches in order to do the Cave Tubing
$
170
/ Person
Departs From:
Caye Caulker
This tour will take you on a adeventure back into a 1000 years in history itself. You will explore the wonders of the mayan world, their cave systems on a tube , jungle and plants. ... moreThe tour starts at 7am here on Caye Caulker, then we take a boat ride into the city. We will go explore the Mayan Temple Altun ha, you'll get to hike to the top ad around it with our guide giving you all you need to know about the site and the maya world. Then we head deeper into the jungle to go explore the cave systems. We will hike for about 20mins with out tubes through the jungle, you'll get a fun lesson on plant identification, insect identification and all their medicinial uses throughout history in Belize. Then we cave tube down the river and through several caves enjoying the scenery. Lastly we Zipline over the jungle canopy. We then return to Caye Caulker in the evening around 4pm/5pm.
$
175
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
This tour will take you on a adeventure back into a 1000 years in history itself. You will explore the wonders of the mayan world, their cave systems on a tube , jungle and plants. ... moreThe tour starts at 6:30am here on San Pedro, then we take a boat ride into the city. We will go explore the Mayan Temple Altun ha, you'll get to hike to the top ad around it with our guide giving you all you need to know about the site and the maya world. Then we head deeper into the jungle to go explore the cave systems. We will hike for about 20mins with out tubes through the jungle, you'll get a fun lesson on plant identification, insect identification and all their medicinial uses throughout history in Belize. Then we cave tube down and river and through several caves enjoying the scenery. Lastly we Zipline over the jungle canopy. We then return to San Pedro in the evening around 4pm/5pm.
$
105
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Take and easy day an explore with leisure the site of Xunantunich and Cahal Pech. Once you have been picked up from your hotel, you tour takes off towards Xunantunich – Maiden of the ... morerock- where you will get to cross a manual operated ferry before your arrival to the site. Once at the site your guide will take you on a small walk to the site, and give you history of this once amazing city, you will get the change to climb the tallest structure of El Castillo. Once the site tour of Xunantunich is complete it a 20 min drive would get you to you next destination, the site of Cahal Pech, on of the oldest Maya City around the region dating back to 1200 B.C. your guide will take you trough this city with its history and fascinating tales, while you enjoy its architectural designs, of which it boasts of, a city where the plazas are interconnected with cause ways, and corridor, and you can always keep look for beautiful birds
$
1,500
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$
1,800
/ Group
Join us for a Caye Caulker Catamaran Sailing and Snorkeling tour on Miss Faith. On this tour, you will be sailing the beautiful Caribbean Sea and snorkeling at Hol Chan Marine Reserve. ... moreIt includes fresh ceviche and an open local bar; or, you can also book with a private chef to prepare amazing local dishes for you.
$
1,200
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$
1,500
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
This private day sail to Secret Beach is a fun time for everyone! You'll get to snorkel at Tuffy and enjoy beautiful marine life. This tour includes snorkeling gear, fresh ceviche, ... moreand an open local bar.
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