US$ 50.00 per person
St. Herman's Blue Hole National Park
An electrifying and rejuvenating adventure into the limestone-carved Maya Mountains. This is the perfect activity for a refreshing half-day where you get to experience the timeless and
weightless sensation of an optional few minutes of floating through total darkness
and a swim in the inland blue hole.
After the beautiful jungle scenery of the Hummingbird Highway, you spend 2 ½ - 3 hours in the “underworld”. The limestone geology and Mayan Cave Archaeology are accompanied by a wonderful talk by your guide in which the ancient ceremonial mystic of ancient times can
be imagined as those ancient times when caves were revered as holy shrines.
US$ 125.00 per person
The Caves Branch River
This one-day cave kayaking tour is the ultimate adventure that combines jungle and the
underground with magical daylight effects through its limestone geology. 7 Miles underground through 5 different caves in the same cave system with stretches of jungle in between caves makes this one of the top Belize Tours. Join us and experience the magic of this amazing environment. You will never regret it!
We guarantee you a thrilling day with memories that will stay with you for many years to
come. Your choice, you, the river, and the cave system become one. You and Belize in an adventurous activity that can only be done in a few countries throughout the world.
US$ 75.00 per person
This half day tour combines jungle, wildlife and a refreshing paddle of approximately 3 hours. Highly recommended if you are staying along the Hummingbird Highway or Belmopan. A stop at the Belmopan fruits and vegetable market or at Lamanai Chocolate on the way back to your hotel can also compliment the tour.
US$ 85.00 per person
Blue Hole National Park
This is a world-class ceremonial crystal cave that physically and spiritually challenges you to make it to “Wonderland”, a sacred realm where spirits and gods shared their quest for the heavens. The impressive evidence of human sacrifices and the expression of limestone minerals deep underground is astonishing.
Experience the mesmerizing effect that the ancient Maya saw in the underworld, the dancing flames from their wooden torches lighting the way through dancing crystals and spirits of their ancestors. Visited by many top world cavers looking for that spectacular yet rare glimpse of nature, in this case, magical and supernatural, Crystal cave will make you emerge anew and with a deep sense of restored self-confidence.
Join us on this highly recommended day tour and feel your heartbeat deep underground.
US$ 115.00 per person
Actun Tunichil Muknal (Cave of the Stone Sepulchre) ranks #1 in the Top 10 Sacred Caves by National Geographic. Originally discovered in 1989 ATM gained archaeological importance as one of the top sacrificial caves in Belize and now in the world.
In this tour you get to see the skeletal remains of 14 individuals, including the “crystal maiden” that sparkles, ranging in age from one year to 45 years old, these skeletons are covered in calcite crystals from having been in that constant deep cave environment for over a thousand years.
“In myths, journeys to the underworld are never easy, and after visiting Actun Tunichil Muknal, you may feel that you have been through your own epic test.”
Birding In Belize
Early Morning US$ 45.00 and Full Day US$ 75.00
St. Herman's National Park
A small country with complex and pristine overlapping habitats – a world-class birding
destination – awaits you. With over 500 bird species, this is the perfect setting for bird lovers who are constantly seeking to view and capture that special moment within the amazing harmony of nature.
The Belize Tourism Board and Belize Audubon Society have embarked on new efforts to
strengthen bird conservation and bird tourism and we are proud to be part of those efforts as well. We offer early morning birding, full-day-birding as well as multi-day birding tours for the avid bird lovers that find so much peace and harmony in the efforts to preserve biodiversity.
The northeast quadrant of the Maya Mountains is a very unique bird habitat and we are based
in it. We are so close to the St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park which partly sits within the CavesBranch River Valley, we are also so close to the Sibun River Valley and the Belize River Valley, another great birding habitat.
US$ 75.00 per person
San Ignacio Town
Immerse yourself in the magic of history as you walk one of the most impressive, well excavated and easily accessible ancient ceremonial site that flourished for over a thousand years. It was part of the splendor of one of the greatest ancient civilizations, one of the only few ancient societies that developed a mathematical and writing system.
On this tour you get to witness the greatness of ancient Mayan architecture and the steps
once walked by high priests, queens and kings, royal families and the common people that left behing such majestic structures for us to admire, wonder, and be inspired by their chievements.
US$ 210.00 per person
Peten Department in northern Guatemala
Aworld-famous UNESCO Heritage Site that will fulfill all your expectations notjust about its rich and glorious history dating back to 1000 BC and itsmonumental awe-inspiring architecture, but a tour that will also provide acomprehensive view into Belize and Guatemala’s elemental social history. Tikalhad its time of glory as the mightiest of Maya cities.
This full daytour takes you through gorgeous scenery and a view of lake Petén Itzá, Guatemala’s third largest lake. Tikal National Park located in northeastern Guatemala - not far from Belize - is part of the largest remaining tropical rainforest in the Americas after the Amazon, known as the Maya Biosphere Reserve or Maya Forest. You will have the privilege of seeing the southern partof this 13.3 million-acre reserve teeming with wildlife.
Tour includes a four hour guided tour of Tikal plus plenty of leisurely time on your own for
pictures and shopping.
US$ 150.00 per person
The largest ancient Maya archaeological site in Belize covers an area of 200 square
kilometers, it once housed double the population of present-day Belize City and
was one of the most important regional political centers of its time. Impressively, it has 85% more structures per square kilometer than mighty Tikal. Its influence and power were so huge that it defeated Tikal in AD 562.
Caracol’s splendor and wonderment are so worth the full day. The scenic beautiful drive
takes you through some of the most impressive of Belize’s topography and through several forest habitats. On the way back we stop for an optional swim at Rio On Pools before driving out of Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.
When will you visit Belize again? If ancient Maya civilization is something that has grabbed
your attention, we encourage you to make up your mind, see and feel Caracol –
you won’t regret it.
Jungle & Kayaking
US$ 255.00 per person
There are only a few countries with the right topography for this unique, intrepid, and
adrenaline-filled sport to be possible. Our Maya Mountains offer many miles of underground rivers. While kayaking through the Jungle you get to practice yourpaddling and steering of the kayak before seeing a rock wall with a cave and the river going into it. You emerge on the other side of the mountain and there is a jungle. After a few meanders, there is another tunnel and the excitement continues taking you through 5 different caves.
Welcome to Indian Creek Cave System within Five Blues Lake National Park – nature-filled
and away from the crowds. A tour of a high degree of adventure awaits you while your guides focus on your safety and maximum fun-filled two days. Sleep in jungle hammocks and explore the many caves and archaeological wonders leftbehind by the ancient Mayas as there is still so much to be discovered.
US$ 75.00 per person
Get ready for a hike, some sweat, and a few bugs but it is for sure a very educational tour.
Mother nature is complex, reassuring and so wonderful in this tropical paradise. Your guide will talk about the intricacies of the jungle, the trees, the birds, the insects, the medicinal plants, and who knows it might be a day of wildlife. It is a hike as you request it, easy and mellow or hilly and steep. Some caving and swimming are part of the day and it might just happen to be that you will find yourself in the right place at the right time to see one of our elusive and exotic jungle residents.
US$ 290.00 per person
This is a true eco-therapy three-day adventure challenge for the soul that will renew your self-confidence. Take the challenge as you would like – a survival expedition – where you can customize the quest. Caving and cave archaeology are part of this adventure.
Choose between sleeping in jungle hammocks or getting to build your own jungle shelter. The jungle provides ample food and your guides know where to find it and share with you the knowledge and techniques that were practiced millennia ago by the first people that inhabited this tropical paradise. Experience it to believe it!
Caracol & Rio On Pools
US$ 150.00 per person
The largest ancient Maya archaeological site in Belize covers an area of 200 square kilometers, it once housed double the population of present-day Belize City and was one of the most important regional political centers of its time. Impressively, it has 85% more structures per square kilometer than mighty Tikal. Its influence and power were so huge that it defeated Tikal in AD 562.
Caracol’s splendor and wonderment are so worth the full day. The scenic beautiful drive takes you through some of the most impressive of Belize’s topography and through several forest habitats. On your return from Caracol, we will stop at Rio On Pools which is a series of cascades running through table-like granite rocks; swimming here will add to your day and revitalize your mood after a day of hiking and climbing Mayan temples.
When will you visit Belize again? If ancient Maya civilization is something that has grabbed your attention, we encourage you to make up your mind, see and feel Caracol – you won’t regret it – and plunge into the crystalline pools before heading back to your hotel.
Xunantunich & Cave Tubing
US$ 125.00 per person
San Ignacio Town
This is a highly recommended combination tour. Xunantunich is one of the most impressive, well-excavated and easily accessible ancient ceremonial sites that flourished for over a thousand years. It was part of the splendor of one of the greatest ancient civilizations, one of only a few of ancient societies that developed a mathematical and writing system.
Cave tubing is electrifying and rejuvenating, it is is the perfect activity for a refreshing half day where you get to experience the timeless and weightless sensation of an optional few minutes of floating in total darkness.
After the beautiful jungle scenery of the winding Hummingbird Highway and a short jungle walk, you get to spend approximately 2 ½ hours in the “underworld”. The limestone geology and cave archaeology is accompanied by an interesting and wonderful talk by your guide in which ancient Maya use of caves and folklore seem to bring back that ceremonial mystic of ancient Belize in pre-Columbian times when caves were revered holy shrines.