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$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Looking forward to a relaxing and fun day! Tube downstream, enjoy a cool swim in the refreshing, therapeutic cave waters in a natural pool formed between cave entrances, float through ... moresome rapids, view sparkling cave formations and learn of cave geology and Maya history all in one spectacular tour.

Hike through the lush, subtropical forest to the entrance of remarkable limestone caves within the mountains, jump into crystal blue waters, into a refreshing pool formed in between two cave entrances. Then you just sit back and relax, enjoying the natural beauty of the Mayan underworld that the ancient Mayas regarded as a sacred underworld and was home to many powerful gods. Our journey takes you through a series of caves, each filled with fascinating discoveries. Cave Tubing is one of the most unique relaxing and exciting adventures offered in Belize. It’s an exciting adventure you’ll never want to end and one you will never forget. Come and experience the mystery and beauty of Cave Tubing in Belize
$
45
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$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Barton Creek Cave with Mountain Pine Ridge, Big Rock Waterfall, tour start at 8:00 am. Drive from San Ignacio for approximate 45minutes on a dirt road to the parking area. With a guided ... moretour, canoeing, and cave looking at great natural formation and ancient remains. After the tour, there is a lunch break and drive for 1 hour to Big Rock Water Falls for swimming and relaxing. Then, we are back at the hotel around 5:00 pm.
$
35
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$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Xunantunich Ruins and Kayaking tour start at 8:00 am. We drive from San Ignacio, for approximate 35minutes, to the parking area. Followed with a guided tour for a better understanding ... moreof our past and present. Then, it is followed with a relaxing Mopan River Kayaking or tubing tour; looking at iguanas and birds. You are back at the hotel at approximately 12:30.
$
170
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
The splendorous Caracol was the largest metropolis in the Maya lowlands of ancient times. A world in which the gods demanded rituals, ceremonies and believed that every inanimate or ... moreanimate object had a spirit of its own. Time hangs in space at Caracol. Located deep within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, you will enjoy the flora and fauna that along with stunning scenery on the way, will enhance the true beauty of this magnificent Maya center. We will take you along a forest trail giving you the experience of a lifetime as we recount the history of nobles and peasants living in a mystic world. The trees and forest have taken over guarding the secrets of this place where our ancestors once gazed at the stars, plotted wars, designed and built magnificent structures, developed agricultural practices and conducted their most sacred rituals. You will visit ancient courtyards, ball courts, residential complexes, and a complete astronomical observatory. 

Caracol is the largest Maya archaeological site in Belize. In AD 650, the urban area of Caracol had a radius of approximately 10 kilometers around the center of the site. Caracol maintained a population of over 140,000 people through the creation of an immense agricultural field system and through elaborate city planning. Caracol is noted not only for its size during the Maya Classic era (A.D. 250-950) but also for its prowess in war; this includes an AD 562 defeat of Tikal and subsequent conquest of Naranjo.
$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Tikal is among the world’s travel wonders, many considering it one of the most spiritual spots on earth. With wildlife surrounding the temples, it is a naturalist’s dream come true. ... more

Maya civilization built inspiring temples and cities that formed a complex of religious, social and political; many of the remnants in Tikal reveal the culture of this ancient civilization. Tikal has over 3,000 including palaces, temples, ceremonial platforms, ball courts, terraces, plazas, causeways, and reservoirs. The great plaza has temple 1 150 ft high, temples 2 120ft high, the double head serpent (temple 4) the tallest structure in Tikal 212 ft high, and the Lost World. Tikal is truly outstanding evidence of a long-lasting dynamic culture. Due to the importance and the magnificent combination of natural and archaeological remains it has been declared a heritage of humanity by UNESCO.
$
180
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$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Gear up for a fun family-friendly ATV ride through the jungle along winding muddy trails. After ATV riding, embark on a moderate 45 minutes hike through tropical trails and wade across ... moreshallow, jungle-lined rivers to cave tube. Float through prehistoric caves, along cool waters illuminated by headlamps with ancient crystal formations and human artifacts. Enjoy a relaxing and visually exciting trip in and out of various cave passageways in the Caves Branch river system at the Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve.
$
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
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$
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.
$
100
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$
120
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Tucked into a limestone ridge in the Upper Macal River Valley is Che Chem Ha Cave (Poisonwood water). Accessing the cave involves a 40 minutes drive on the unpaved road and a 35 minutes ... morehike along jungle-lined trails. Once inside the cave, journey into the underworld – Xibalba – through nine levels using ladders and ropes. The Maya believed that the underworld encompassed 9 of the 22 layers of life. They would often leave offerings (sometimes human sacrifices) to their gods, most likely their rain god ‘Chaac’ during times of drought.
$
120
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$
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."
$
80
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$
90
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
"Renowned for its abundant wildlife, bellowing waterfalls and idyllic pools, the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve is over 100,000 acres of protected forest. Enjoy a day exploring Belize’s ... morelargest national park starting with the Hidden Valley area where you’ll visit the picturesque 1000-foot waterfalls which can be viewed from a lookout deck. At your next stop, you will go on a short hike to Rio Frio Cave, the source of the Rio Frio river and the largest cave entrance in Belize. You will be amazed by the stalactite and stalagmite formations. As soon as you enter you will see huge stalactites hanging from the massive cathedral-like vault which was part of a cave system that the Maya used to bury to their dead.
Your next stop is at Rio On Pools, a series of shimmering natural swimming holes and rock waterslides that allow for cooling relaxation and meditation. Enjoy a water massage from cascading waterfalls that run over a wide riverbed and smooth granite rocks. We take a homemade picnic lunch break at the pools, followed by a short drive to our next destination, the fabulous Big Rock Falls, a 150-foot waterfall on Privassion Creek. After a 20 minutes hike including numerous wooden stairways and climbing over boulders, you will arrive at the bottom where the 150-foot waterfall stands. This waterfall is a sight to behold and after your hike, the cool spray of mist from the waterfall is refreshing as you swim in the clear, deep pool below. "
$
130
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$
150
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
"Spend the morning at the traditional village of San Antonio and try your hand at ancient pottery-making techniques with the Women's Group whilst learning about traditional village ... morelife. Enjoy a delicious home-made lunch which you will help to prepare.
After lunch, your driver will take you to Big Rock Falls for a 20-minute hike down to the waterfall. After numerous wooden stairways and climbing over boulders you will arrive at the bottom where the 150-foot waterfall stands. Tucked into the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve this waterfall is a sight to behold. For a free, natural massage place yourself near the rocky walls and let the cascades pummel your back while also refreshing your face."
$
160
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$
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.
$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
When you think of Belize, you probably don’t think of cheese, but there are some great dairy farms in Belize! Tour a small farm in Calla Creek, Belize that specializes in goat cheese. ... moreNina and her family will show you around their farm, which you must access a boat across the river. The farm contains goats, cows, horses, and other animals, as well as a variety of crops, including towering, ancient trees. After touring the farm, Nina will show you the process of making goat cheese and let you sample fresh goat milk and cheese. Another option is touring Ian Anderson’s lodge on the beautiful Hummingbird Highway near Belmopan. These artisan cheeses are made with organic full cream milk, and there are a variety of cheeses to choose from. Sample the cheeses, choose your favorite, and take it along on your picnic lunch to the ruins, caves, or waterfalls!

What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and running/hiking shoes

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Enjoy a fun cooking presentation of the traditional Belizean foods including, but not limited to Mayan favorites such as corn tortillas, tamales and bollos, Pibil (pork slow-roasted ... moreunderground), rice and beans (Belize’s National dish), stew chicken, ceviche, fry jacks, and more. Is your mouth watering yet? Sample these amazing dishes in the Taste of Belize!

What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and running/hiking shoes
$
288
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Are you ready for a culinary adventure that will delight your taste buds? Take our 5-day cooking course which will teach you how to make Belizean staples such as rice and beans with ... morestew chicken, ceviche, panades, bollos, tamales, panades, salbutes, garnaches, sere, pibil, fried plantains, chocolate, fry jacks, johnnycakes, and more! These hands-on cooking classes will allow you to pick fresh ingredients from local farms and then will teach you how to make delish Belizean dishes. Take your new-found culinary knowledge home with you to wow your friends and family at your next dinner party!

What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and running/hiking shoes
$
230
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Take a guided tour through caves of Belize as an expert guide shows you various Maya pottery, beads, tools, and other ceramics that archaeologists have discovered over the years. The ... moreexperts will be able to tell you which period the ceramics came from, how the ancient Maya people used these ceramics, and will connect it to modern-day ceramics-making, which is still a major craft trade in Mayan villages today. A fun and interesting tour for those who love Mayan history!

What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to bring:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
115
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Tour a local organic farm and pick fresh crops as available- a variety of juicy limes, cacao pods that are used to make chocolate, coffee, bananas, and more! The local farmer will ... moreshow you around the farm, explain to you about the different varieties of each crop, and the methods to grow each group. Then taste your fresh, hand-picked produce!
$
87
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Enjoy a breath-taking view of the rainforest from high above on this canopy walk tour. As you walk the canopy along the treeline, you will see birds, monkeys, butterflies, and other ... moreplants and wildlife. The view on this high altitude ground walk is spectacular as you look out over the treetops and winding valleys. Our 300-acre nature park boasts the highest concentration of birds and animals in the Cayo District. Toucans and howler monkeys are just two of the beautiful creatures that you will encounter.
Step into this jungle and breathe in the fresh air as you examine the many species of plants that call this forest reserve home. This guided path is a 4-hour tour. Look at the beautiful views when walking. Located just 10 minutes from the famous Xunantunich Mayan ruin. This tour starts at 8 am, and 1 pm
$
87
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Take a look at our developing land located deep inside the Belizean rainforest. On this mini sustainable farm limes, cacao, coffee, and bananas are growing, with the desire to grow ... moreand expand more foods. A natural spring provides water to sustain and help grow these delicious foods. Enjoy picking fresh limes from our orchard and learn more about sustainable farming and how food is grown in Belize.

This 4-hour tour takes place right in the 300-acre adventure park. Cave World Adventures is located just 10 minutes from the famous Xunantunich Mayan ruin in Cayo District.

What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes