Snorkel among the vibrant coral gardens of the world’s second-largest barrier reef on a day trip from Belize City. Cruise across the cool blue Caribbean to a spot with shallow depths and clear waters, ideal for admiring colorful sea fans, finger coral, and sponges teeming with fish. At a second stop, dive into waters churning with throngs of (harmless) nurse sharks and sting rays, and then reward your bravery with rum punch and a beach break on the laid-back island of Caye Caulker.
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.
A guide shares information about the cultures and history of Belize City during this shore excursion, catered to cruise passengers with limited time. Relax during a leisurely drive past city landmarks and make several photo stops. Then spend 45 minutes at a local rum factory with a tour and tasting.
Find your own tropical paradise on Goff’s Caye, a tiny island surrounded by the warm blue Caribbean and Belize’s barrier reef. Located just a quick 30-minute boat ride from Belize City, it’s an easy way to escape civilization and spend the day basking on white sandy beaches and snorkeling among colorful fish and coral gardens. Enjoy the comforts of larger islands without the crowds on this blissful Belizean day trip.
Swim among sea turtles, sting rays, and tropical fish at one of Belize’s top snorkeling spots on this day trip from Belize City. Cruise across the turquoise Caribbean to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, a protected channel in the Belizean barrier reef that draws countless sea creatures. After plenty of time in the water here and at a nearby turtle garden, soak up the laid-back vibes of Caye Caulker with free time to explore and grab lunch on the popular resort island.
Travel off the beaten path in Belize with a Jeep tour through the rainforest and a visit to the ancient Mayan ruins of Altun Ha. Climb to the top of a ceremonial stone pyramid and explore other aspects of the once-powerful pre-Colombian city with a guide, and then venture into the surrounding jungle on a 4x4 ride to a secluded cave. A riverside picnic rounds out the exciting archaeological adventure.
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.
Go cave tubing and ziplining on an active shore excursion from Belize City that goes deep into the Belizean rain forest. Float through an underground cave system, soar between treetops, and visit a butterfly house to see some of the rain forest’s most colorful creatures; combining the activities is a great way to ensure you can experience two adventurous Belize highlights, even if you have limited time in port.
Discover what makes Lamanai one of Belize’s most impressive Mayan ruins on this full-day tour that takes you through an excavated ancient city that rises mysteriously out of the jungle. Look for native wildlife including birds and crocodiles on a river cruise to the archaeological site, where the ruins of the Jaguar and Mask Temples and ancient Mayan palaces beg exploration. See fascinating artifacts like clay pots and temple carvings at the on-site museum, and round out the day with a typical Belizean lunch at a restaurant.
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.
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.
Explore the wonders of Xunantunich, a Mayan Site that has the Second Tallest Structure in Belize, El Castillo. 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!
Kayak through ancient cave systems and soar through the Belizean rain forest on this combo outdoor adventure from Belize City. Travel deep into the heart of the Maya Mountains, where you kayak through mysterious caverns tucked along the Caves Branch River, using a headlamp to explore fantastical rock formations. Back in the light of day, gear up for an adrenaline-pumping flight through the jungle canopy on a 7-cable zip line course that crosses the river for an extra thrill.
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.
Easily fit in an expedition to one of Belize’s most impressive Mayan sites, Altun Ha, on a half-day tour. Leave the bustle of Belize City for the quiet mystery of ancient plazas, pyramids, and ceremonial temples. A guide shares the fascinating history of the fallen Mayan civilization and shows you the most impressive ruins, including the spot where a famous jade head was discovered.
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.
Why book two separate tours when you can book one combination for ONE price. This tour is an excellent way to learn Mayan history and see the cultural and historical temples. Thereafter, enjoy flying over the natural rainforest canopy before flying across pristine rivers. Bring cameras and be alert as you experience the life of wild howler monkeys, who sometimes cross the rivers via the ziplines.
Explore the Wonders of Altun Ha, the Most Excavated Mayan Site in Belize. 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!
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.
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.
Designed for active travelers, this combo tour lets you explore the Belizean rain forest by land, water, and sky. Hike along a historic mahogany trail while guide shares Mayan secrets of jungle survival, and then launch onto the Olde Belize River for a scenic kayak tour through the wildlife-rich forest. Finish high in the forest canopy on an exciting zipline tour, criss-crossing the river for an amazing aerial perspective.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Belize City and embark on a private tubing adventure in a nearby cave system. Get comfortable in your tube and enjoy a leisurely float downstream as you pass beautiful waterfalls and rock formations. Then head to the ancient Mayan city of Altun Ha and learn about the archaeological site with temple pyramids, sacrificial altars, and masks of the gods.
Tour Altun Ha, the ruins of an ancient Mayan city, with a local guide. After some souvenir shopping and lunch, make a pit stop at the Belize sign, a colorful art display against an ocean backdrop. The day wraps up with a tasting and tour at a local rum factory.