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$
170
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
La Gaviota is a 56-foot sailboat. If you are a person that enjoys nature, there is no better site than this. As you sail, you will love the palette of colors that rise up on the Western ... moresky as the sun sets behind Ambergris Caye.

Can you imagine anything more relaxing than watching the sails go up while listening to the waves breaking on the barrier reef and watching the amazing hues of light as the sky darkens?

Be assured that you will be comfortable sailing as we say goodbye to another day.

You will be served dinner on the sailboat. You will have the choice of seafood, steak, or chicken. You will have to make that choice prior to the trip.

This Sunset Cruise with La Gaviota Sailboat leaves at 5:00 pm, right before sunset. You will sail parallel to the second largest barrier reef in the world, watch the beautiful sunset, have dinner on the sailboat in about 3 hours, and return around 8:00 pm.
$
130
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$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
We pick you up at your hotel in San Ignacio, we take you to the Belize-Guatemala Border where our Tikal Expedition team provides assistance with customs procedures. Then we board the ... morevehicle and head towards Tikal where we will have one of the best adventures
$
74
/ Adult
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
An immersive experience to understand and appreciate the cultural heritage of the Mayans while interacting with a talented and passionate Mayan artisan in his workshop.... more

Your Guide will share with you his knowledge and expertise on the history and culture of the Mayans, with an emphasis on the Mayan calendar system. You will begin by discussing the Mayans' fascinating history, way of life, beliefs, and cultural achievements. Prepare to hear captivating stories about the ancient Mayans, learn about their relationship with nature, the importance of stars and time cycles in their culture, and their architectural and artistic heritage. Then, you will move on to the practical stage of the activity. He will teach you traditional slate-working techniques used for generations to create Mayan calendars. He will show you how to engrave and draw on the slate, using the symbols and patterns characteristic of this ancient civilization, allowing you to understand their meaning and use better.
$
140
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Located across the Belize/Guatemala border, Yaxha (blue/green–water) has 500 buildings on 3 sq. kilometers. It was inhabited from 800 BC. to 1450 AD. and is located on a slope overlooking ... morea major lake of the same name. From the top of its temples, the view is water or jungle to the horizon, a view so unique since the Maya never built their cities near water. Yaxha is better than Caracol in architecture, setting, and wildlife, plus you don’t need to go on a dirt road for 2 1/2 hrs each way. It is one of the undiscovered sites, with no crowds, less driving, and flat walking. This is an excellent jungle setting for wildlife and culture. Want to experience a beautiful sunset? Depart at 1:00 pm to stay and watch the sunset from the top of the highest temple with a complimentary glass of wine!
$
100
/ Adult
$
100
/ Group
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
[Disclaimer: This is a test website for demonstration. None of the listings are real services] Kayaking is fun, but extreme kayaking with us down the Mopan River is much more exciting! ... moreOn this tour, you will be paddling down multiple rapids in the Mopan River in the Village of San Jose Succotz. After kayaking for 2 hours, we will have a delicious plate of local rice and beans with stewed chicken or cow foot soup at Benny's.
$
210
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Experience more than a cave! Imagine a world alive and imbued with sacred power divided into three domains: the starry arch of heaven; the stony middle world of the earth made to flower ... moreand bear fruits; and, the dark waters of the underworld below, Xibalba.

A short swim through the crystal blue waters will lead you into this amazing realm. Then working your way through a breakdown leads you into the main water passage, where you get to view amazing geological formations like sparkling stalactites, stalagmites, and flowstones. This hidden chamber promises to reveal ancient secrets and geological processes that have helped to shape the Mayan Underworld known as Xibalba. Xibalba was the fearful world beneath the face of the earth, the parallel unseen world into which kings and shamans could enter an ecstatic trance and please their gods for their benefit.
$
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, and ceremonies and believed that every inanimate ... moreor animate 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 the subsequent conquest of Naranjo.
$
175
/ Adult
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
It’s going to be an eventful day so be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. This tour will start within a few miles of San Ignacio in air-conditioned transport to Xunantunich. ... moreXunantunich is a national treasure that fills its visitors with a sense of time travel. It sits close to Belize’s western border and is a must-visit. Local souvenirs, hammocks, and blankets are available from the many vendors waiting alongside the river at the entrance to the hand-cranked ferry that has carried many thousands to and from the calm beauty of this Maya Temple.

The panoramic views of the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala from atop ‘El Castillo’ are stupendous! Come with an open heart to experience simplicity and visit another world for a few hours before heading off to Jaguar Paw for cave tubing & zip lining.

When you’ve arrived at the outpost, you will meet your tour guides who will issue inflatable tubes, headlamps, and life vests. You’ll be given a basic orientation and safety briefing before heading off on a 30-minute hike which includes wading through a few knee-deep water streams.

Once at the cave system's entrance, it’s time for your ancient Maya underworld adventure. You’ll see intricate crystalline formations that line the cave with a majestic rise and fall of stalagmites and stalactites that add to the serene richness and grandiose of Xibalba as it’s known. After exiting the cave, you’ll emerge into the sunlight and free float downstream, ushered by the gentle current and little rapids, to the harmony of birds and natural wildlife which routes back to where the tour started.
$
122
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$
149
/ 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, or 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 hour’s 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 the paved road. Upon arriving at the parking lot, your guide checks you in with the ranger.

At the Zip Line Course: From the parking lot it’s a short 5-minute 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 to 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 number 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: 11:00 AM Ends: 5:00 PM

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 Zipline course is situated within walking distance at the same park. After changing into your dry clothes and 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 in 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 – a perfect time to take out your cameras (preferably waterproof).

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 that 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 5:00 PM.

Duration: Approx. 5 hours (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, and Camera (must be waterproof).

Provided: we provide you with a helmet, head lamp, life jackets, and towels.
$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
A perfect combo of adrenaline and relaxation is what this day has to offer, with just a 1hr 15 min drive from San Ignacio you can enjoy an 8-line course. Enjoy this adventure as it ... moretakes you through the rainforest, alongside limestone hills, and through the cave system. After this trill ride your guide will take you to the Nohoch Che'en national park for cave tubing. This part of the adventure takes you on a 30 min walk to and around the limes stone hill, where the entrance of the cave is located. Here you will be allowed to take a swim, while your tour guide preps your tubes for the float through the caves. After the float inside the caves, there will be some more but this time in the open river, enjoying nature from a different angle.