Step into the shoes of both an archaeologist and a jungle explorer on this Belize combo tour featuring ancient Mayan ruins and a thrilling zipline course. Explore the excavated city of Altun Ha with expert guides, learning about the once-mighty Mayan civilization and a mysterious jade head discovered here. Then, soar through the treetops on seven different zipline cables at the Rainforest Adventure Zone.
Experience Belize’s vibrant wildlife and ancient history on a 6-hour private tour to the Belize Zoo and the Maya ceremonial complex of Xunantunich. Visit tapirs, gibnuts and coatimundis in the award-winning zoo, then continue west to the partially-excavated ruins at the edge of the scenic Mopan River. Take in views of the jungle from the top of El Castillo pyramid, watch for howler monkeys among the stones, and get a glimpse of Maya history as you explore the archeological site’s plazas, temples and ball courts.
Observe Belize's rowdy black howler monkeys in their native habitat with a shore excursion from Belize City to the Community Baboon Sanctuary, a unique conservation area that combines jungle, villages, and pasture. As you hike along forested trails with a guide, learn about the lifestyle and endangerment of the black howler monkey and how the sanctuary is helping protect these amazing animals in Belize, one of the few places in the world where they can be viewed in such a setting.
Come face-to-face with countless native Belizean animals on a private tour to the acclaimed Belize Zoo plus the Community Baboon Sanctuary, home to rescued black howler monkeys. With just a short drive from Belize City in a comfortable private vehicle, it’s an easy way to make sure you see the country’s diverse jungle wildlife, even if you spend the rest of your trip near the water.
Discover Belize’s natural splendor and ancient Mayan legends on this private combo tour. Dig into the country’s ancient past at the Altun Ha Mayan ruins, where a famous jade carving was discovered in the Temple of the Sun God. Then, take a walk on the wild side at the Belize Zoo, a former animal sanctuary that is home to an array of native species like jungle cats, exotic birds, and primates. You’ll also get a taste of modern Belizean culture with a driving tour around Belize City.
Get Up Close And Personal With The Animals At The Belize Zoo! 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!
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.
Enjoy a Trip to the Belize Zoo and an Exciting Zip Lining Adventure at Jaguar Paw in the Same Day! 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!
The tiny riverside community of Bermudian Landing is situated approximately 6 miles north of Burrell Boom Village. The area is a popular tourist destination, home of the famous black howler monkey. The monkeys now roam freely around the surrounding area. First, you’ll visit the CBS Museum & Visitor’s Center which have a number of exhibits and displays on the Black Howler, the history of the sanctuary, and other Belizean wildlife. Following that, you’ll be guided on a nature walk in which you get an up-close encounter with the monkeys.
The Belize Zoo is located about 29 miles (47 km) west of Belize City on the George Price Highway. Set in 29 acres, it is home to more than 125 animals of about 48 species, all native to Belize. The natural environment of Belize is left entirely intact within the zoo. The Belize Zoo focuses on educating visitors about the wildlife of Belize through encountering the animals in their natural habitat. The aim is to instill appreciation and pride, and a desire to protect and conserve Belize’s natural resources. The Zoo was the recipient of Belize Tourism Board’s 9th National Tourism Award, “Educational Award of the Year” in 2009.