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$
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.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
An opportunity to view some of Belize's most beautiful birds. There are close to 600 species of birds, including approximately 20 to 25% migrants. Cayo District is an excellent place ... morefor bird watching with locations such as El Pillar, Mountain Ridge, Spanish Lookout, etc. In addition for avid bird watchers, packages can be customized to include other excellent locations in other parts of the country such as the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, Lamanai, Blue Hole National Park, Baboon Sanctuary, Jaguar Reserve, Guanacaste National Park and Gra Gra Lagoon and other locations. Bird watching tours can also be combined with other tours for eg Mayan sites and nature walks.
$
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.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
St. Herman’s Cave was a sacred Maya ceremonial site in the Classic Period. The concrete steps at its entrance cover original stone steps carved over a thousand year ago. From the cave, ... morewe take a 45-minute nature trail hike to the Blue Hole. This turquoise blue pool is surrounded by lush jungle, a great spot for birding and refreshing dip.
$
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.
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
JUNGLE ZIPLINE Imagine flying through the rainforest canopy! You can combine your Belize cave tubing adventure with an exhilarating jungle zip line tour. The densest areas of biodiversity ... moreare found in the forest canopy, as it often supports a rich flora of epiphytes, including orchids, bromeliads, mosses, and lichens. These plants attach to trunks and branches and obtain water and minerals from rain and debris that collects on the supporting plants. Here you will find a rich diversity of insects and birds, some yet to be classified. The canopy is also home to spider monkeys and kinkajous.

You will be securely fastened to a harness that is attached to a cable. You push off from a platform up in a tree and zip along the cable to another platform. Here you get a birds’ eye view of the jungle. There are a series of 8 platforms and you will be zipping for about 30 minutes. You will enjoy every thrilling minute of your aerial jungle tour! 

Can be done on its own or in combination with the cave tubing.
$
290
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$
350
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Come and enjoy the Tallest Zip Lining in Central America! "The tallest zip line is over 800ft. After the first 3 zip lines, you walk for 14 minutes to the first Rappelling into the ... moredry cave that is about 30ft down. Explore this dry cave that was used by the Maya’s for ceremonies. Evidence of these ceremonies still can be found in the cave in the form of potteries. The second walk is about 10 minutes up the mountain to the highest zip line that takes you to a blanket bridge over the rainforest. Walk for 10 minutes then you are going to enjoy the next rappelling that is over 140 ft. Next walk for 10 minutes out and we start the cave tubing tour to finish the tour after that, lunch is included it along with water and sodas, equipment, park fees and 3 different tour guides along the tour.
$
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.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Xunantunich Stone Maiden The current name of this ancient Maya site means STONE MAIDEN and there are many local accounts of a princess’s appearance. Archeologists consider it a regional ... morecapital with political ties to several other major sites in Guatemala and Belize. From the top of the tallest temple, the beautiful jungle and Mopan River valley can be viewed. Of special interest at the site, are the famous restorations of two finely carved ancient astronomical frieze, a historical museum and several well-preserved stelae of the former rulers.

This half day tour can be combined with several other nearby destinations such as Cahal Pech, El Pilar, a Guatemalan border Market/Shopping tour or River Tubing.
$
108
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Caracol Mayan Temples was discovered in 1938 by loggers, located deep within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve now it is the most extensive Maya site in Belize and one of the biggest in ... morethe Maya World.

Caracol Mayan Temples is a Classic Period urban center that spread out over 55 square miles with an estimated population of 180,000 people. Caracol’s enormous central core area covered 15 square miles and was linked together by more than 20 miles of “sacbeobs” (causeways) that radiated outward from its epicenter. The temple “Caana” rises 42 meters above plaza level and to this day is the largest man-made structure in Belize.
$
121
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Actun Tunichil Muknal or simple ATM is one of the most popular Mayan burial sites in Belize. The cave contains four skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware left by the Maya. The most famous ... moreskeleton is that of a young girl, the bones of which have been completely covered by the natural processes of the cave, leaving them with a sparkling appearance. The cave itself is several kilometers long with several chambers. Once inside the cave, you will spend several hours swimming, climbing, and be exploring. 

The hike from the starting point to the cave entrance includes three stream crossings and passes through the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. The hike through the lower portion of the cave is approximately 45 minutes in duration. Once through the inner chambers, you will ascend to the upper chambers, and to do this you will be required to take off your shoes and explore in only your socks to prevent damage to the artifacts. This adventure is challenging and a good level of physical fitness is required. The ability to swim is a plus as you will need to cross deep water to enter the cave and will be wading through water several times both inside and outside the caves. 

At the furthest end of the upper chambers, you will encounter the “crystal maiden”. Cameras are not allowed in the cave for conservation purposes.
$
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
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
This is a sleeping giant waiting to be wakened by the slow discovering of more archeological evidence. Few ancient cities were brave to rise up and fight against one of the giants ... moreof the Maya world, Tikal. Yaxche is found approximately 45 minutes from Belize´s western border.
This site gives us an opportunity to enjoy a sunset tour from the top of one of its tallest buildings. Seeing the sunset over the horizon being framed by the lake on the western side of the city is spectacular. You have the option of seeing the sunset and coming back to San Ignacio for dinner or we can stay and have dinner at a restaurant near the site.

A few years ago ¨SURVIVOR¨ was shot at Yaxha and on a little island called Topoxte and since then it grew in popularity.

NOTE: Departure Tax at the Belize Border $20.00USD ($40BZD) per person.
$
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.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
There is more than meets the eye at Belize Botanic Gardens. Explore the plant world by sight, taste, touch, and smell. There are two miles of trails to experience our variety of native ... moreand exotic fruits, palms, hardwoods, ornamentals and more delights of the world’s tropics. If you want to include hearing in the sensory tour, hire a guide to show you around. For those of you that have trouble on your feet or just don’t wish to use them, we can give you a driving tour around the garden (or live on the wild side and see it on horseback). You can also go at your own pace with a self-guiding booklet.

A tour of the Belize Botanic Gardens is usually combined with another half day nearby destinations such as the Maya site of Xunantunich, the Maya site of Cahal Pech, River tubing/canoeing or Guatemalan Market shopping.
$
100
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
We depart early to visit one of the most impressive archeologically excavated sites in Belize. See the temple named Canaa, the tallest man-made structure in the country. Caracol was ... morebuilt by the Maya commencing around 300 B.C. and was prosperous until the 800's A.D. It is located on the Vaca Plateau in the Maya Mountains. Right next to the Chiqibul Forest Reserve. On the way back we make a stop at the scenic Rio On Pools to take beautiful pictures or take a swim in the refreshing water.

The Caracol tour is a Combo and includes on the way a visit to the Rio Frio Cave. This cave has a huge entrance and beautiful formations with the Rio Frio passing through it. You get an opportunity to take pictures and explore the cave.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
El Pilar An Ancient Ceremonial Center A forty-five-minute drive from San Ignacio takes us to the jungle preserve surrounding the ancient ceremonial center of El Pilar. A partially ... moreexcavated Early Classic Period site now located with a modern border of Guatemala dividing its plazas. The site is a popular half-day tour, birding or night time wildlife viewing hike.
$
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!
$
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