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for thousands of years our ancestors used the caves system for dwelling, performing sacred ceremonies and to store food. join us in this journey to the underworld. we provide the headlights, helmets, life jackets, kayaks and a experienced guide. All geared up, the guides led you thru a forest path sharing local uses of the plants seen along the forest trail. at the caves entrance, the guide shares information as to the seven caves layout, kayaking equipment familiarization and kayak route. here you will notice awesome large cave entrances with a crystal clear river flowing thru it. as you paddle you will go thru a series of caves, see many formations. the guide will show you places to stop and rest and enjoy a refreshing swim. the paddling continues thru the caves systems until you arrive at the exit where the sunlight glitters on the water, and the birds can be heard singing on the river bank. here we store our gear, use the facilities and prepare for the return drive home.
Venture deep inside an ancient cave system at Nohoc Chen Park on a cave kayaking adventure from Belize City. Old legends and an underground waterfall await inside a series of caverns that you explore by single or double kayak, wearing an LED headlamp to illuminate crystalline rock formations. Hike through the Belizean rain forest and paddle down open stretches of the Caves Branch River on this half-day tour in the heart of the Maya Mountains.
Float down a pristine river in the heart of the jungle with a full-day tubing and caving trip from San Ignacio. Strap on a helmet equipped with a waterproof headlamp, and hike into a cave entrance surrounded by lush foliage. Follow a gentle stream through a series of cavern passages, learn about the rich Maya history of the region, then enjoy a cool swim in the clear water. Visit a final cave to see a thriving bat colony and fantastic rock formations before returning to San Ignacio.
Discover Ambergris Caye’s wildlife and coral reefs on this sailing and snorkeling tour to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and shark ray alley. Swim above bright coral formations in Hol Chan, and watch for the sea turtles, eels and fishes that thrive within the protected area. Slip into the water with the stingrays and nurse sharks at shark ray alley, watch them feed on fresh sardines, then enjoy tropical breezes and a comfortable seat on deck as you return to San Pedro Town.
Explore the legacy of the ancient Mayan civilization in Belize, from the mighty pyramids of Altun Ha to the mysterious underworld known as Xibalba. Channel your inner archaeologist at the ruins of a once-mighty Mayan city, where you roam among sacred temples and altars that rise out of the jungle. Then, after trekking through the Belizean rain forest to reach an underground cave system, kayak inside a series of caverns studded with rock formations and a subterranean waterfall deep in the Maya Mountains.
Float through a flooded cave system then soar through the jungle canopy on a full-day combination tubing and ziplining adventure from San Ignacio with a small group. Hike through a lush forest to reach the Caves Branch River, then float alongside your guide as you explore the natural formations, glittering crystals and stalactites inside a spacious series of caverns. Swap your inner tube for a harness, then strap in to a series of exciting ziplines that take you from tree to tree with a bird’s-eye view of the forest floor.
Climb to the top of Belize’s second-tallest ancient pyramid and canoe to a sacred Mayan cave on this combo tour from San Ignacio. At the Xunantunich archaeological site, take in the views from atop the ‘El Castillo’ temple and see the ruins of royal palaces. A drive through modern Mayan villages takes you the entrance of Barton Creek Cave, once a sacred site for burials and ceremonies. The cave is only accessible by canoe, but it's a gentle ride, making this a great option for all ages and fitness levels.
We love the natural beauty our country has to offer and want to share it in a fun-filled sustainable way. After this tour you'll check so many things off of your bucket list and you'll learn so much about the Caribbean sea and we take Free GoPro photos/videos for you.We do not use single-use plastics on board our boats, we do not touch or feed the marine life and we hire experienced, energetic guides to bring you the best experience there is to offer. We also give back a percentage of our profits to the local community at the end of the year to support a number of community projects.
Depart Placencia for one of the best and clearest snorkeling spots on Belize’s barrier reef, the marine reserve of Silk Cayes. A licensed guide gets you there and helps you gear up to safely explore colorful coral gardens teeming with lobsters, crabs, and colorful reef fish. Refuel with a Belizean-style lunch before splashing back in at a spot famous for attracting throngs of nurse sharks, sting rays, and sea turtles.
Explore the underwater wonders of Belize’s most popular snorkeling sites on this trip to Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley. Departing from Ambergris Caye, you'll swim with an amazing variety of fish, sea turtles, stingrays, and nurse sharks among the coral formations of the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere.
Bring some adventure to your Belize vacation or cruise ship stopover with a cave kayaking tour from Belize City to Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve. Feel safe and secure in a hard-shelled sit-on-top kayak as you paddle your way around the Caves Branch River with a guide. You’ll also get to explore Belize City with your guide, stopping for lunch (own expense) along the way.
The Hol Chan Marine Reserve is one of the most popular snorkeling and scuba diving sites in Belize and lies just off the coast of Caye Caulker. With this tour, enjoy a full day of snorkeling, stopping at six different sites around the marine reserve. Dive in to snorkel in areas known for nurse sharks, southern sting rays, and manatees; explore a sunken shipwreck, and swim among schools of tropical fish and colorful coral reefs.
This guided snorkeling tour takes you to two reef locations where you can immerse yourself in nature. On this adventure, look for sharks, rays, moray eels, corals, seahorse, tarpon, and a variety of tropical fish. Travelers who don’t want to snorkel can view marine life from seahorse and tarpon viewing stops along the route.
If you're staying on Ambergris Caye, take a break from the beach to explore Belize’s inland treasures with a full-day cave kayaking adventure. No experience is needed to paddle along an underground river that winds through chambers filled with fascinating rock formations. With water taxi service and all equipment included, it's an easy way to take part in one of Belize's top outdoor activities.
Go cave tubing in a remote national park on a guided half-day outing. Travel by mini-bus into the rain forest outside of Belize City and learn about the area’s tropical flora and fauna on a brief walk to the cave system. Once there, get outfitted with a life jacket, helmet, and light, hop in a tube and float downstream, passing unique rock formations and a waterfall as you go.
learn about local use of plants while hiking to the starting point for Cave Tubing. hear the importance of the Cave to the Mayas and also local knowledge of the Maya Culture. Tube into several cave, swim to the secret chamber and observe Maya Artifacts and Beautiful Cave Formation.
Explore the dominion of the ancient Maya in Belize on a full-day tour from San Ignacio. Climb to the top of sacred pyramids and learn about the once-mighty civilization at the archaeological site of Xunantunich, and enter a portal to the Mayan underworld on a cave tubing adventure that takes you splashing through the crystalline caverns of an underground cave system. Round-trip transport from San Ignacio Town and lunch are included on this tour.
Enjoy stunning views of rock formations and crystallized calcite on this epic Kayaking adventure through Belize's most beautiful and largest Cave System! This kayaking adventure is suitable for the entire family and is one excursion you don't want to miss out on!
Learn about 3,000-year-old Mayan civilization with a visit to Altun Ha, then go tubing in the Branch Rivera Caves during this 6-hour adventure from Belize City. At Altun Ha, walk through the two ancient plazas that once served as center of commerce for 10,000 Mayan residents trading jade and obsidian. With your adventure guide, hike 30 minutes to the entrance of the cave, then hop on an inner tube and float through the underground network of rivers. No experience is necessary; this activity is suitable for participants of all fitness levels. A traditional Belizean lunch with refreshments and round-trip transportation from centrally located Belize City hotels, the airport or the cruise port are included.
Get twice the adventure on this affordable outing that combines cave tubing with a zipline ride. Travel in an air-conditioned minivan to Nohoch Che'en, an archaeological reserve outside of Belize City. Get your thrills on a more than 1,000-foot (304 meter) zipline before heading to the reserve’s limestone cave system. Then, hop in a tube and float past rock formations and a waterfall as your guide leads you downstream.
Pack three adventurous experiences into one day with this tour from Belize City. You'll start at Altun Ha, known for its beautiful Mayan ruins, where you'll learn about history and traditional medicine. You'll then head to a zipline site to go soaring over the rainforest, followed by lunch. In the afternoon, you’ll go inner tubing through a network of caves.
Take a break from beach combing and water sports to explore the ancient ruins and mysterious caves of the Cayo district on this full-day combo tour from Placencia. Visit the remnants of a once-mighty Mayan city at Xunantunich — where you can see all the way to Guatemala from the top of a pyramid — and then float through an underground network of caverns on a cave tubing adventure.
Take a relaxing ride down a river to explore magnificent limestone formations on this 3-hour Belize cave-tubing adventure. A short hike along a jungle trail will lead you to the refreshing waters, where you’ll enjoy a swim, and then hop aboard your inner tube. Accompanied by an expert guide, float through an underground cave system used by the ancient Mayans to access their mythological underworld, Xibalba. Round-trip transport from your San Ignacio hotel is included.
Shine your headlamp onto cavern walls and their crystal formations during this cave tubing adventure. Start your half-day tour with a zipline experience, which includes six runs through the jungle and across the Caves Branch River. A small-group max of 15 people ensures individualized attention. Lunch and port/hotel transport by minivan are provided from Belize City.