Visit ancient Mayan temples and explore scenic mangroves and cave systems with this tour from Belize City. Your guide will meet you at your hotel or cruise port and take you out into the rainforest, where you'll get the chance to inner tube through a beautiful cave system and out onto an open river. You'll then grab lunch before finishing your tour off at the Altun Ha Mayan Temple complex.
Experience Belize City like never before on this sightseeing party bus. Guests can get a taste of Belizean culture while the music pumps on board and beer, wine, and local rum flow. Show off your dance skills, take part in crazy contests with fun prizes, capture the memories of your journey over the course of two hours.
Get to know Belize City and one of its favorite local products on this shore excursion combining a city tour with a stop at a rum factory. See the city's most notable landmarks and historic sites on a bus or minivan tour, stopping to take photos and shop for souvenirs at a local market. Make a special pitstop at the Traveler's Liquor factory to taste authentic Belizean rum and learn how this beloved tropical drink is distilled.
Escape the bustle of Belize and head out to Altun Ha, the fantastically preserved ruins of an ancient Mayan city, with this tour from Belize City. Your local guide will start by showing you a few key Belize City landmarks, followed by a journey up to Altun Ha. Here you'll explore the old ruins, learning about how the Mayan people lived in ancient times.
This amazing combination tour offer a comprehensive look at the history and culture of this former British colony in Central America known as Belize. Perfect for first time visitors and those who have a short stay in Belize. After enjoying the sights and
Visit the Mayan ruins of Altun Ha and see howler monkeys in their natural habitat with this tour from Belize. You'll start in Altun Ha, a beautifully preserved site dating back to around 200 BC. After exploring the ruins, you'll go to the Community Baboon Sanctuary to see and learn about howler monkeys.
Channel your inner archaeologist while exploring Belize’s lush tropical landscapes and ancient history by land and by water. Look for wildlife such as howler monkeys and crocodiles on a cruise down the River Wallace, a historic trading channel. After this aquatic adventure, travel inland to the Altun Ha archaeological site for a guided tour of this once-mighty Mayan city, where you can climb stone pyramids for views over the surrounding rain forest.
The atmospheric ruins of Xunantunich are some of the most-visited Mayan ruins in the world. During your stay in Belize, ensure you don’t miss the ancient archeological site on this 6-hour tour of Xunantunich, including cave tubing. Ideal for adventurous travelers, this excursion allows you to explore the Mayan ruins, hike through exotic rainforest, and ride an inflated inner tube down rivers running through darkened caverns. Entrance fees and round-trip transport from your Belize City hotel are included on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Drive from Belize City to Orange Walk and then get on a boat that takes you on a picturesque boat ride to Lamanai via the New River. Keep your cameras handy as there will be many opportunities to get pictures of monkeys and other wildlife. This beautiful, serene ride is a great way to start your day before you get to walk through and climb the temples at Lamanai. Ask your experienced guide for names of flora and fauna along the way. Your boat captain will make a couple of stops to mimic the call of the animals in the area and for you to get pictures.Once at Lamanai, if you are not afraid of heights, climbing the tallest temple to get the one-of-a-kind view above the canopy will be a piece of cake. The roped steps lead up and down the temple for safety, rest, and balance. The guided tour will enlighten you on the life of the Maya people who once occupied this beautiful location. Souvenirs and local craft are available for sale at this site.
Are you looking for a personable adventure to explore Belize's number one inland adventure? cave tubing at the Nohoch Che'en Archaeological Reserve also knows as the Caves Branch or Jaguar Paw. We pick you up in air conditioned comfort, provide all equipment and even carry your tubes for a hands free hike thorough the lush rain forest. The Mayan's used the caves as part of their elaborate religious rituals. They called the caves XIBALBA or "HELL". These cave systems boasts beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and stunning crystal pillars. As the adventure gently gets underway your guide will navigate down the refreshing cave branch river through the mystical cave of Xibalba as the Mayan did centuries ago only this is cooler in an inner tube. Your guide will ensure that you get to see all the spectacular areas of the caves, the awesome acts of nature buried deep within.
Take a break from the beaches of Ambergris Caye and venture into the realm of the ancient Mayan civilization at the mystical Lamanai ruins. After reaching one of Belize’s best archaeological sites by boat, scramble up stone temples, ogle artifacts in a museum, and learn about Mayan history from a guide. Door-to-door transport from your island hotel is arranged with this all-inclusive package.
Explore the history of Belize CIty on a personalized tour. See historical points of interest such as Mayan temples, a lighthouse, Ladyville, and King’s Park, an affluent area where many doctors, lawyers, politicians, and other influential residents live. Drive through the local neighborhoods, visit natural areas, and enjoy free time to shop or relax at the the archeological site of Altun Ha.
Xunantunich is one of the largest ancient Maya cities ever built, the rulers of Xunantunich clashes with other powerful rivals in the area, including Tikal. In 2016, the largest Maya royal tomb ever discovered was excavated in Xunantunich, and the site remains an impressive display of pyramids, palaces, and other grandiose buildings.
Pack in two main Belize attractions into one day with this tour that combines a trip to the Belize Zoo and the Museum of Belize, along with included entrance fees and round-trip transport. First visit the zoo, and see some of the country’s most stunning wildlife, such as large cats and reptiles. Then, head over to Belize City to visit the museum. On your trip, pass by St. John’s Cathedral and the Government House, too.
Explore the Wonders of Belize City, Full of Wonderful Scenery and Culture! Jose Tours Belize is a family run business that provides visitors with new adventures, unforgettable experiences, and quality services in Belize. This tour provides an experienced guide as well as an A/C tour van to provide safe and comfortable transportation as you enjoy your trip!
One of the most impressive Mayan sites in central America, the Altun Ha Archaeological Site is a beautifully preserved ancient city located not far from Belize City. By joining this tour, you'll visit the historic site with a local guide and learn all about how Mayans in the area once lived.
Join us with us at the lost Maya city of Altun Ha. A local tour guide will take you on an informative tour where you will learn a wealth of information, and take advantage of the scenic view at the top of the temples and take pictures of everlasting memory.
On this fun and unique tour, the guides will take you to see the highlights of the City, take pictures, hear the history and stories. Following that, you will visit one of the local Restaurant called Lerisi’s Restaurant which is Garifuna Culture based. At the restaurant you will taste the rums of Belize as well as the delicious traditional food and its unique flavor while enjoying the cultural music of the Garifuna drummers, singers and dancers!
The historic Belize City tour offers an interesting insight into the old capital city of Belize. Belize City is the largest city in the Central American region of Belize and was once the capital of former British Honduras until the government was moved to the new capital of Belmopan in 1970. The population of Belize City is 67,964; with neighboring suburbs adding up to about 80,000. Several cruise ships drop anchor outside the port and are tended by local citizens. Belize City was founded (originally as “Belize Town”) in 1638 by British lumber harvesters. It had previously been a small Maya city called Holzuz. Belize Town slowly improved its infrastructure and has been the object of numerous infrastructural projects. Nevertheless, many of the streets built from colonial days are still small and congested, a majority of houses are still susceptible to fire and damage from hurricanes.
Step back centuries into the past on PRIVATE combination tour. From Belize City, cruise along the New River through the jungle to reach the ancient Mayan temples of Lamanai, and learn about what was the longest continuously occupied site in Mesoamerica. Enjoy a typical Belizean lunch after exploring the secluded ceremonial sites, plazas, and temple, then encounter the region's typical screeching black howler monkeys.
As the elevation increases from Belize City to Xunantunich you will get to see the Maya Mountains from a distance and the change in vegetation from savanna to tropical jungle. The drive takes approximately 2.5 hours in which we get to venture through the Twin Towns of San Ignacio and Elena as we make our way closer to the hand crank ferry. Once, we arrive to the ferry we will be hand cranked across the beautiful green Mopan river which we then drive for another 5 minutes to our destination. You will have the opportunity to climb the El Castillo temple which is approximately 130 feet tall. From here you will be able to see Guatemala the one of the neighboring countries with Belize. As you trek along the site you might run into some wildlife as this site is surrounding by jungle. You might get a glimpse of monkeys, birds, spiders and much more.After we finish the site tour, we will enjoy a picnic of local cuisine and then make our way back to Belize city.
After trekking an ancient home of the Maya, you’ll head west for 60 minutes on the Western Highway, to the Belize Zoo. The Belize Zoo is a small zoo with a big heart. Every species is placed in habitats that are similar to what their natural surroundings would be if they were still in the wild. Birds fly high in natural, enclosed canopies. Crocodiles lounge about in pools made just for them. The magnificent Jabiru Stork stakes its claim to lots of space and may even fluff its huge wingspan for a show. The Jaguar, Mountain Lion, and other wild cats blend into space provided for them and may come out for amazing photo opportunities.Here you can get a look at the national animal, the Tapir (Mountain Cow), and smell why the peccary has its own place in the Belize Kriol language. You will feel as if you are truly in the jungles of Belize.The Belize Zoo is a fun family trip. Even if you have visited many other zoos, the exotic flora and fauna of this little zoo will win you over.