Cave tube on crystal clear waters, beneath the surface of the earth and among crystal formations. Explore terrains that were once inhabited and used by the Mayans for rituals and ceremonies.
Cave Tubing and Zip Lining are both done at Jaguar Paw, home to the most spectacular cave river system and also a spine-tingling professional course of zip lines.
Xunantunich is Mayan ceremonial center that consists of a main structure (El Castillo) rising over 130 feet above the plaza level with two other small temples offering a birds eye view of the entire valley.
Feel the rush en route the New River shiftlessly flowing into the sudden openness of the New River Lagoon from which a few hundred meters of it’s banks is the Mayan City of Lamanai.
A family adventure trip! With safety as a priority, we welcome children and also non-swimmers to this educational combo trip to learn about the caves and the native wildlife at the Belize Zoo.
Altun Ha, meaning “Rockstone Water”, featuring it’s largest structure, the Temple of the Masonry Altars that stand 54 feet high and also holds the tomb of the Mayan Sun God.
Let us take you on a journey back to the age where these Mesoamerican regions were once tamed by the Mayans. A region where you can embark on an exploration of Xunantunich Mayan Ruins and cave systems on one single tour.