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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.
Travel to Jaguar Paw, a tropical oasis situated beside the Branch River. Hike about 30 minutes to the launch site; along the way your guide shares information about the medicinal plants along the jungle path, and how they were used by the ancient Mayas and still used by locals today. Enjoy a relaxing float through a fascinating underground cave system, followed by a delicious lunch of local foods and fresh juices.
Explore Maya ruins, zipline through the jungle, and float an underground river on an adventurous trip to Xunantunich from Belize City. Since you can choose between floating the caves in an inner tube or a kayak, you can cool off in the water or stay dry in a boat as you go deep into a cave system that the ancient Maya believed was a gateway to the underworld.
The ONLY Cave Tubing of it's kind in Belize- which offers a fully packed 4 hours inside one cave- exploring various chambers and viewing sacred ancient Mayan objects, pottery, ceremonial centers and brilliant crystal formations.
Enjoy three experiences in one tour at Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Jungle Lodge in Belize. You'll start with a 1-hour guided tour of the botanical garden before indulging in a cheese tasting of artisan cheese made on the property. Then finish with a British-style traditional high tea in the garden. This is a great way to experience a bit of Belize's natural beauty and culture in one spot.
Ranging from soft to hard- Caves Branch Cheeses are hand made using the freshest organic full cream milks. Absolutely no artificial ingredients, preservatives, flavoring or coloring added to our cheeses. All our cheeses are aged in our Caves Branch aging cellar at a constant temperature of 52°F and a humidity of 85% for up to 28 months for full aged aroma, flavor and texture.Artisan Cheeses include a delicious Ricotta cheese to our own unique version of Blue Cheese called "Mr. Sticky".
An experience of a lifetime visit 4 of the most spectacular Mayan Cities in Belize...Lamanai, Altun Ha, Nohoch Che'en and Actun Tunichil Muknal; All you need is your sense of adventure! Cave Tubing R Us 3 Days Ultimate Mayan Experience Hike 4 Cities Tube 2 CavesAt Cave Tubing R US we provide a unique cave tubing tour experience and are 100% dedicated to ensuring that your time with us will be the most memorable tour on your entire vacation our experienced guides ensure that your adventure is all fun and more importantly safe. Hey don't take our word for it just check out the reviews!
This Tour offers a one of a kind 3 in 1 experience for travelers who plan to maximize their time in Belize. It takes you to 3 of Belize's premiere attraction where you will be leaded by a professional guide.
With a 50,000 acre estate boasting one of the most bird filled locations in Belize, Caves Branch Jungle Lodge is an exception spot to add valuable species to your eBird account. Bring your favorite binoculars and come spend the day in the company of some of Belize's best birding guides.
St. Herman’s Cave & Blue Hole National Park located just out of the capital city of Belmopan is a natural sinkhole which was formed by the collapse of an underground river channel. St. Herman’s Cave sits on 575 acres of land with several trails to explore in the rainforest and it is the home of another cave system known as the Crystal Cave. Here guests will have a 15-20 minutes hike on a trail where you will see a variety of native flora and fauna. The hike takes you to the entrance of St. Herman’s cave where you will have the opportunity to walk about 200 ft into the cave while seeing different formation of stalactites & stalagmites and learn more about what the Mayans used the cave systems for.After visiting the cave enjoy a short drive to the Blue Hole National Park where quests will have the opportunity to indulge themselves in the refreshing blue water in the midst of the rainforest. On our way back to the city we will stop and enjoy our local Belizean lunch of the day.
The Caves Branch Botanical Gardens were created in 2008 by Ella Baron and the Caves Branch Jungle Lodge to bring awareness to the general public about the beauty and importance of Belizean flora and fauna. Visitors to the garden have the great opportunity to smell the lemongrass and all-spice leaves, see the coffee, cacao, papaya and pineapple growing, at various times of the year, along the sides of the walkways through the gardens. We specialize in native epiphytes, such as orchids and bromeliads (air plants) and have the largest collection of these plants in the country.