Explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Lamanai, one of the top sights in Belize. Cruise along the New River, spotting exotic wildlife as you make your way toward the awe-inspiring archaeological site. A short jungle hike will lead you to impressive temples, plazas, and stone carvings buried deep in Belize’s rainforest. Round-trip hotel transport and lunch by a tropical lagoon are included in this full-day tour.
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.
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 Belize’s vibrant culture and fascinating history with a 5-hour private tour of Altun Ha and Belize City. Follow your guide through the ancient Maya city’s towering pyramids as you learn the story behind this important site, and see the precious jade artifacts excavated from royal tombs. Return to the recent past in Belize City, and pass by an historic swing bridge and stately British homes that are a remarkable contrast with the city’s colorful and bustling modern life.
We will take you back in time and share the history of the Mayan people and way of life and we are also allowed to climb all the temples. When cave tubing we are still sharing and having fun in relation to the Mayan culture as the cave system represents their underworld (Hell)This is a fun trip for family and friends. It’s going to be a twice the fun in one day experience.
Xunantunich Mayan Ruins are located on a natural limestone ridge approximately eight miles west of San Ignacio at San Jose Succotz Village in the Cayo District.this is one of the most popular sites in Belize. Recent improvements have included the visitor's new bathroom ,new picnic areas, and new trails.one historical attribute not likely to be replaced anytime soon is the mechanical ferry. used for years to take people to and from the site.Belize is the Maya Jewel of Central America.
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.
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.
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.
Explore the archeological site of Xunantunich on a private tour from Belize City, and discover the fascinating history of a Maya ceremonial center on the shores of the Mopan River. Climb to the top of El Castillo pyramid, take in views of the lush jungle, then stand between the walls of a traditional ball court. Spot howler monkeys and wild turkeys among the stones, and study the intricately carved stelae, freizes and glyphs that bring the ancient Maya civilization to vibrant life.
Time is money! Travelers who book this tour save themselves time, energy and most importantly, your money. This is the easiest way to get two tours for the price of one. The ideal tour for cruise and overnight tourist in Belize City. Spend the first half of your day touring and get home and relax by one o'clock p.m.
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.
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.
Learn about 3,000-year-old Mayan civilization with a visit to Altun Ha, then soar through jungle on a zipline during this 5-hour tour 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. Get your heart racing with a zipline adventure through the jungle at 85 feet (26 meters) off the ground. Entrance fees, round-trip transportation from Belize City hotels and use of all safety equipment are included.
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.
Go on a journey around Xunantunich on this half-day tour from Belize City, and see the old Mayan ceremonial center. Take a ferry ride over to the Mayan ruins and climb to the top of the El Castillo pyramid. Then, hike through a rainforest to get to see some of Belize’s caves.
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 viewing of a ancient Maya castle , artifacts, stucco frieze on the walls depicting the gods, a scenic drive thru the country side, your own guide and transportation, viewing the caves and ruins on your pace.