Name of Listing
Listing Type
Tour Type
Departs From
Features
Gold Certified
Suitable for
Intensity Level
Recommended Age Range
Minimum
 
 
Price
Per
Price
 
 
Activities
Is Transportation provided?
Schedule
Dates
 - 
Provider
Attraction(s)
Destinations
Filter
Sort By:   
Showing 41 - 50
 
out of 50
On the left map, we grouped Listings that are located close to each other into small circles. Now, you can locate all Listings on the map at the same time. You can also drag & zoom the map.

Circle numbers - Count of Listings that are located in and around that circle.

Colored circles - Listings that are displayed in the list below.

Grey circles - Listings that are displayed on next page(s).

Half colored circles - Some Listings in that circle appear in the list below and some on next page(s).

Click on circles to zoom in or highlight Listings .
page 3 out of 3
$
112
/ Person
Provider:
El Pilar is a Mayan Ruin located about 7 miles from Bullet Tree Falls village in Cayo, Belize. Your expert guide will take you to this site, which is surrounded by an abundance of ... morewater sources (“pila” means “water basin” in Spanish). This site is still being excavated, and most structures are in the early stages of excavation. An interesting feature of this site is a causeway which runs along the eastern edge of the site all the way across the border of the country into Guatemala. So far, 12 pyramids and 25 plazas have been discovered at El Pilar. It is believed to have been inhabited from 500 BC to 1000 AD. There are a variety of different residential structures at the sight, including an elite household, and also ceremonial
structures. In addition to 3 archaeological trails, there are also 2 nature trails for you to explore on the site. Your guide would be happy to accompany you on the trails and point out notable plants and wildlife in addition to providing you with more information about the rich Mayan history.
$
170
/ Person
Provider:
This is the mother of all Mayan sites! Your experienced tour guide will take you on this all-day excursion leaving from Benque Viejo del Carmen, Belize. Your guide will help you cross ... morethe Belize/Guatemalan border, then you will travel a couple of hours to Tikal National Park, located in Guatemala’s northern Peten region. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Guatemala along the way! Tikal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is definitely worth the day trip from Belize. Inside the park, there is a diverse population of subtropical flora and fauna and notable wildlife such as jaguars, pumas, several species of monkeys, anteaters (known as pizotes), and more than 300 species of birds roam the park. Tikal was a major Pre- Columbian Period political, military, and economic epicenter for the Mayan people. It is by far one of the biggest and most important of the many Mayan archaeological sites located across Central America. The city has been mapped and covers over 6.2 square miles and features over 3,000 structures. The Great Plaza, centrally located at Tikal has been seen in several different films. In addition to The Great Plaza, your guide will take you to other notable structures such as Temple IV, the tallest structure in Tikal, which offers stunning views of Guatemala, including other Mayan sites in the area; El Mundo Perdido (The Lost World), and the Plaza of the Seven Temples. There is so much to explore! This is definitely a must-see for those interested in Mayan history and archaeological sites!
$
138
/ Adult
Departs From:
Belize City
Provider:
Altun Ha dates back to 200 B.C. and covers an area of 44 acres. The site is rich with wildlife like armadillos, bats, coati, tapir, foxes, and white-tailed deer. 200 species of birds ... moreand even crocodiles inhabit the large Maya-made water reservoir. This city was a very wealthy ceremonial center which is evidenced by the excavation of the famous jade head.
In the village of Bermudian landing, the people have established a special relationship with the black howler monkeys. It took years to foster this relationship of trust with the monkeys and now visitors can actually come face to face with these friendly creatures.

Departure time is 8:00 - 8:30 am
From Belize City

Things to wear:
comfortable walking shoes, comfortable athletic clothes, sun block.

**Price of a ferry from islands to tour starting point in Belize City can be a lot less if guests opt for us to purchase the ferry tickets for them.**
$
65
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Located on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful town of San Ignacio are the Cahal Pech Maya site and the visitor center. So close to the town yet so rich in biodiversity, Cahal Pech ... moreis a unique place to visit. Small as it may seem, "The Place of the Ticks" is a 3,200-year-old Maya City where the architecture of these ancients is visible to the fullest. It's 34 structures include a mix of workplaces, homes, temples, palaces, ball courts, and stelae, one of which is the oldest in the region.
$
120
-
$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Lying in the heart of the Chiquibul Forest Reserve and deep within an almost untouched jungle, explore one of the world’s most impressive Maya Pyramids. Caracol “The Snail” is considered ... moreto represent the largest Maya city in Belize and is home to the largest man-made structure in the country. Caana “Sky Place” is Caracol’s tallest structure, standing over 140 feet above the jungle canopy, where visitors can climb to the top and marvel at 360 panoramic views of the jungle below. Afterward the visit Rio Frio Cave and then you can enjoy a refreshing swim at Rio On Pools. Formed by granite boulders, this series of natural swimming pools is a popular spot to unwind and cool off.
$
120
-
$
140
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Your driver will take you to a local stable where you will gear up and mount your horse and depart on a 1-hour ride to Xunantunich along the banks of the Mopan River, in the village ... moreof San Jose Succotz. Here you will cross the river on an ancient handcrafted ferry and then ride your horse up to Xunantunich. When you arrive prepare to dismount and let your horse as you explore the temples and plazas on foot.

Climb the impressive 130 feet tall temple ‘El Castillo’ and discover the breathtaking panoramic view of the Belizean and Guatemalan landscape. Xunantunich is also known for its ceremonial center, ball court, residential and recreational area and the reconstructed frieze on the east and west side of the temple."
$
160
-
$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
You will be transferred to the Belize-Guatemala border and after crossing the border with our assistance, you will meet your English-speaking Guatemalan guide who will continue your ... morejourney Tikal National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along the way you will pass small villages, beautiful lakeside scenery and rolling hills with rainforests and agriculture farms. Tikal is one of the most impressive and popular Maya pyramids in the region. It has over 3,000 structures dominated by 5 enormous steep-sided granite temples that rise above the forest. The Temple of the Jaguar is sure to be the highlight of your trip as its stone walls, standing at 47 meters, rises above the rainforest canopy and allow you a panoramic view of the surrounding expanse of growth.
$
125
-
$
150
/ Person
$
125
/ Group
Departs From:
Placencia
Southern Belize is home to some of the most important ceremonial centers of the region. Lubantun is Mayan for "Place of the Fallen Stones," noted for its unusual and finest style of ... moreconstruction in the Maya World. An administrative, religious, political and commercial center, mainly used for occasional festivals, ball games and other sacred ceremonies. An abundance of ceramic whistle figurines (charm stones) or ritual-accompanying accouterments and tombs have been found here. The center of this site is on a large artificially raised platform between two small rivers, noted that the situation is well-suited for military defense. The large pyramids and residences are made of large stone blocks with no visible mortar binding them together, primarily black slate rather than the limestone typical of the region. Unlike other Maya sites, the existing structures are solid with no doorways and rounded corners, unique features not found in other sites of the region. The buildings on top of the pyramids are believed to have been made from perishable materials rather than masonry and hence do not remain. The famous yet controversial crystal skull was supposedly discovered here in 1926. Anna Mitchell-Hedges, the adoptive daughter of archaeologist Fredrick A. Mitchell-Hedges claimed that she had found the ‘crystal skull’ here during her father’s second trip to Belize, an expedition for her seventeenth birthday. This perfectly shaped 8-inch human skull crystal is still owned by Anna who lives in Canada. The origin of the crystal skull still remains a mystery. After exploring Lubantun we enjoy a traditional lunch at a local restaurant in the area, then we explore Nimli Punit. This small Mayan site dates back to the late classic period and is regarded as a ceremonial center. Its name is derived from a carving on one of the site's twenty-six stelae, the highest concentration found in Belize and the Mayan world, which depicts a figure wearing a large headdress. During recent excavations, the second-largest, single jade artifact found in Belize was discovered here amongst many other relics. In the Kekchi Maya dialect, Nimli Punit translates to "big hat." The monument on which this carving appears is the largest stelae found to date in Belize and the second largest in the Mayan World. It is situated atop the foothills of the southern part of the Maya Mountains. Walkthrough the ruins and learn of the customs and traditions of this ancient civilization!
$
90
-
$
140
/ Person
Departs From:
Hopkins
Take a day trip from Hopkins Village to the historical Mayan ruins in Cayo District western Belize. The Xunantunich Mayan Ruins are some of the finest Maya Ruins in Belize. The drive ... morefrom Hopkins to the western Mayan Ruins of Belize takes you through the scenic Hummingbird Highway and the western villages of Belize. This is a cultural experience, sightseeing tours with first hand views of the countryside, Mayan Mountains, farms, colorful homes and San Ignacio farmers market.

Xunantunich Mayan ruin, also known as the "Maiden of the Rock” is the second tallest Mayan ruin in Belize. Xunantunich is located across from Benque Viejo Road near the village of San Jose Succotz just a few miles from Belize’s western border with Guatemala. From there a hand-cranked ferry will take you across the Mopan River. From the other side of the river, it's a mile uphill to the site, which can be accessed on foot or in a vehicle.
$
135
/ Adult
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
FULL DAY tour of Xunantunich & Cave Tubing adventure will take you exploring the middle world of the ancient Maya to the depths of the Maya underworld. Climb ancient structures ... morethat were once the temples, palaces and private courtyards of the elite. Let these ancient places whisper to you some of its secrets through our knowledgeable guide(s) as you walk some of the ancient and jungle trails throughout the day.

Enjoy a Maya site, then float through glittering caverns along an underground river. Sample modern Belizean culture as we pamper you with delicious home-made food - feel free to let us know of any special dietary need: vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, etc.

Our guide will meet you & drop you off at your hotel/resort in San Ignacio town.