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$
85
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$
129
/ Night
 (2)
Provider:
Enjoy a stay in a private secluded riverfront farm villa along the Mopan river in Cayo. Three homes available. Main House includes 2 air-conditioned bedrooms and 2 full baths. Ideal ... morelocation for experiencing Belize in a relaxing, secluded private farm setting just 15 minutes outside of San Ignacio town. You get exclusive use of the entire house for the duration of your stay. Ideal for 4 adult guests, but can accommodate up to 6.

Cabin 1 can accommodate a maximum of 3 adults.
Cabin 2 can accommodate a maximum of 2 adults.

Booking through Belizing.com includes free use of one canoe for one day during your stay, as well as free use of river tubes during your stay. 
Please see our Airbnb reviews here: https://www.airbnb.com/users/23499058/listings

All houses includes a full kitchen and utilities, including laundry facilities.
$
75
/ Person
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.
$
1,349
/ Person
Day 1: AIRPORT/CRYSTAL PARADISE You will be met at the airport by your Belizean bird guide and transferred to your jungle lodge accommodations. Optional stop at the Zoo ( zoo entrance ... morefee not included, US$15/pp). We check into our accommodations at Crystal Paradise after a short orientation. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. L/D

Day 2: BARTON CREEK CAVE / BUTTERFLY FARM
Most people find the canoe tour by torchlight through this cave unforgettable. Its large river passage and pristine formations are just two of the reasons why this appeals to both local and foreign visitors. Besides its natural beauty the site is made even more interesting by the presence of a wide range of archaeological remains that were left there by the ancient Maya visitors. Archaeologists believe that this cave was used for ritual purposes. This tour will be combined with a visit to the Green Hills Butterfly Farm. O/N Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 3: MACAL RIVER CANEOING OR HORSEBACK RIDING
Canoeing on the Macal River. While canoeing we have the chance to see Neotropic Cormorants, Mangrove Swallows, Kingfishers, Gray-necked Wood-rails and other wildlife that frequent the riverbanks such as iguanas sunning themselves on the rocks and trees.

OR

Enjoy the fresh air and the beauty of the Belizean country side, while on your way to one or more of the attractions. If the water level of the river is low enough, you will ride over some hilly but scenic terrains and through jungle trails leading to great swimming holes. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort B/L/D

Day 4: CHECHEM HA CAVE (POISON WATER)
This complex Belize cave system was discovered in 1989 by the Morales. Exploring the caves will allow you to view large stalactite formations, intact ancient artifacts such as large storage vessels, plates, burial grounds and mysterious stelae. These caves have been abandoned since the Pre-Classic 600 B.C – 800 A.D. After the cave, you will be treated to a home-cooked lunch, served at the home of the Morales. After lunch, you may decide to hike down for a refreshing swim or simply sit back atop a hill and take in the view of the valleys. Paradise Resort B/L/D

Day 5: XUNANTUNICH
The partially-excavated and largest pyramid, El Castillo, stands at 130 plus feet above the main plaza floor, offering an impressive view of Belize’s Cayo District and nearby Guatemala. El Castillo is known for its frieze, a banded stucco decoration which at one time extended around the entire structure. An impressive museum displays a three-dimensional model of the entire site and depicts the evolution of the Maya civilization. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 6: DEPARTURE/ MARTZ FARM
2 nights at Martz Farm tree houses, deep in the jungle. Here you can go horseback riding, hike to nearby waterfalls, and more. B/L/D

Day 7: MARTZ FARM
2 nights at Martz Farm tree houses, deep in the jungle. Here you can go horseback riding, hike to nearby waterfalls, and more. B/L/D

Day 8: RETURN TO CRYSTAL PARADISE RESORT
Free day to book tours on own. Transfer to Crystal Paradise Resort to spend 3 days/2 nights and book activities on own O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 9: CRYSTAL PARADISE RESORT free day to book tours on own
Transfer to Crystal Paradise Resort to spend 3 days/2 nights and book activities on own. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 10: DEPARTURE – CRYSTAL PARADISE RESORT /AIRPORT
Breakfasts and transfer to Belize International Airport.
$
599
/ Person
Package Details Day 1: AIRPORT/CRYSTAL PARADISE You will be met at the airport by your Belizean bird guide and transferred to your jungle lodge accommodations. Optional stop at the ... moreZoo (entrance fee not included, US$15/pp). We check into our accommodations at Crystal Paradise after a short orientation. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. L/D

Day 2: MACAL RIVER CANOEING OR HORSEBACK RIDING
Morning Canoeing on the Macal River. While canoeing we have the chance to see Neotropic Cormorants, Mangrove Swallows, Kingfishers, Gray-necked Wood-rails and other wildlife that frequent the riverbanks such as iguanas sunning themselves on the rocks and trees.

OR

Enjoy the fresh air and the beauty of the Belizean country side, while on your way to one or more of the attractions. If the water level of the river is low enough, you will ride over some hilly but scenic terrains and through jungle trails leading to great swimming holes.

Macal River Canoeing

Afternoon: BARTON CREEK CAVE / BUTTERFLY FARM

Morning: Most people find the canoe tour by torchlight through this cave unforgettable. Its large river passage and pristine formations are just two of the reasons why this appeals to both local and foreign visitors. Besides its natural beauty the site is made even more interesting by the presence of a wide range of archaeological remains that were left there by the ancient Maya visitors. Archaeologists believe that this cave was used for ritual purposes. This tour will be combined with a visit to the Green Hills Butterfly Farm. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 3: XUNANTUNICH
The partially-excavated and largest pyramid, El Castillo, stands at 130 plus feet above the main plaza floor, offering an impressive view of Belize’s Cayo District and nearby Guatemala. El Castillo is known for its frieze, a banded stucco decoration which at one time extended around the entire structure. An impressive museum displays a three-dimensional model of the entire site and depicts the evolution of the Maya civilization. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 4: DEPARTURE
After breakfast you will be transfer to Belize City/Belize Airport. B/
$
419
/ Person
Day 1: AIRPORT/CRYSTAL PARADISE You will be met at the airport by your Belizean bird guide and transferred to your jungle lodge accommodations. Optional stop at the Zoo (entrance fee ... morenot included, US$15/pp). We check into our accommodations at Crystal Paradise after a short orientation.

Afternoon: MACAL RIVER CANOEING OR HORSEBACK RIDING

Morning Canoeing on the Macal River. While canoeing we have the chance to see Neotropic Cormorants, Mangrove Swallows, Kingfishers, Gray-necked Wood-rails and other wildlife that frequent the riverbanks such as iguanas sunning themselves on the rocks and trees.

OR

Enjoy the fresh air and the beauty of the Belizean country side, while on your way to one or more of the attractions. If the water level of the river is low enough, you will ride over some hilly but scenic terrains and through jungle trails leading to great swimming holes. O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. L/D

Day 2: CARACOL MAYA RUINS (FULL DAY)
After breakfast we drive to Caracol as we traverses through the Mountain Pine Ridge area. The road travels over a series of creeks, through lush tropical forest and pine forest, habitat for a variety of bird species. The highest canopy rainforest is home to several species of cats, as well as rare birds such as the Keel-Billed Mot Mot, Crested Guan, Great Curassow and the Occelated Turkey. A wide variety of orchids, vines and trees are also found in the area. This site is home to the tallest man-made structure in Belize, Canna (sky palace), standing some 143 ft above the plaza floor. The discovery of Alter 23, which shows bound captives, indicates that Caracol was an extremely fierce and war like center. This tour will be combined with a visit to the Rio Frio Caves and the Rio On Pools on the way back.
O/N Crystal Paradise Resort. B/L/D

Day 3: DEPARTURE
After breakfast you will be transfer to Belize City/Belize Airport. B/
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Water adventures on the Mopan or Macal Rivers. Enjoy the scenery of beautiful birds, wildlife animals, fish, and orchids under the shady trees the watchful eye of our local iguanas ... moreare looking at you.
$
75
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
BARTON CREEK TOURS Barton Creek is a remote cave which, like many of the subterranean caverns of Belize, was used by the ancient Mayan people for ceremonial purposes. This is a relaxed, ... morebut exciting canoe trip inside a mountain on an ancient waterway where you can observe grand cathedral ceilings in the cave, as well as numerous formations and stalactites and stalagmites.

We begin our journey through farmland where you can observe the Mennonite community of Upper Barton Creek and experience their traditional lifestyle. We then reach Barton Creek Cave, much of which is still to be explored and which stretches for 4.5 miles. We canoe in for one mile exploring the amazing history and geology of this massive cave. 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 Mayan history of these caves. Our lights will bring to life sparkling crystal formations that are millions of years old. After exploring the caves, we turn our canoes around and float back to park our canoes and complete our half day tour with a refreshing swim.

Optional Add-ons:
Extend the fun into a full day, please check with our front desk personnel about adding another activity such as jungle zip line, butterfly farm, or waterfalls. 

+Jungle Zipline
After the relaxing canoe paddle at Barton Creek you can opt to pump up the adventure and take a stop at our longest aerial canopy zip lining tour—Ultimo Explorer— it is more than 2,700 feet. Each of our four tours offers you a return to the main platform on a 500 ft run via our jungle lift platform. 2-hour tour is for zip line enthusiasts. It combines the Explorer and Intermedio in over 2,700 feet of a zip line, comprised of 9 runs and 15 platforms, that takes you over and through the jungle. This is a safe and exhilarating way to see the jungle like never before, flying through the treetops!

+Waterfall Big Rock Falls
Big Rock Falls is a 150-foot waterfall flowing over the granite boulders of Privassion Creek. We hike down the escarpment hidden deep in the Mountain Pine Ridge where we come to the stunning waterfall and the crystal pool into which the cascading waterfalls, spraying a cooling mist. You can scramble over boulders and see the water rushing past you as you plunge into the pool below. Enjoy the natural beauty of this hidden paradise with a picnic lunch and only the sound of splashing water, birds singing and wind in the trees to disturb the peaceful solitude.

+Butterfly Farm & Botanical Garden
Located in the Cayo district, between limestone hills covered with lush vegetation, is the Belize Butterfly Ranch and Botanical Collections. Here, you will be able to see a kaleidoscope of exotic butterflies of various species, from iridescent blue to gorgeous orange, dazzling yellow to intriguing gray. The butterflies fly freely in a 3,300 square foot beautifully landscaped butterfly display. This facility is geared toward conservation, research, and education. There is also a botanical collection of over 120 species of plants, including orchids, many of which are critical to the butterflies’ reproduction and rearing. After viewing the butterflies, enjoy a snack at the picnic area or take a peek at their gift shop! Come to be dazzled and amazed at the beauty of these rare and alluring creatures!
$
265
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$
295
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Take a canoe ride back in time and discover the mysteries of the Maya. The ancient Maya worship their gods in this pitch black cave environment. A canoe equipped with powerful spotlight ... moreilluminates the realm of the spirits. Paddle your way in and explore a cave only accessible by canoes or kayaks.