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.
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.
We combined zip lining, caving and rappelling into one fun heart-pounding adventure to create an experience that you won’t forget. Hike through the jungle, explore an ancient dry cave once used by the Maya, faster and higher ziplines across the jungles and rivers and rappelling about 200 feet down a rocks face in the jungle. Then relax, swimming and a BBQ lunch at the Crystal River Beach Club.
Travel back in time to ancient Mesoamerica with a tour of the spectacular and mysterious Lamanai ruins from Belize City. Cruise along the scenic New River to reach the secluded Mayan temples tucked into the dense jungle, and learn about the civilizations that thrived here for thousands of years while exploring sacred ceremonial sites, plazas, stone carvings and ball courts. Encounter Belize’s screeching black howler monkeys and enjoy a typical buffet lunch to cap off the archaeological adventure.
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.
For nature lovers a spectacular adventurous way to travel to the site is through the lagoon by means of boat where you'll see numerous species of water birds and reptiles live along the river and lagoon. Also, few interesting flora and fauna to be seen at the Lamanai reserve as well as the Howler Monkeys! You'll be able to climb the Maya Ruin for a bird's eye view and take a few pictures to include in your memories!
A must-do experience when visiting Belize City, the cave tubing tour is one of the area’s most popular activities. Take a scenic and educational hike to a cave system in the Belizean jungle, where your local guide gets you situated for the next leg of the journey. All necessary equipment—headlights, helmets, life jackets, and tubes—are included. Admire nature’s handiwork as you float past rock formations, drip stones, stalactites, and stalagmites.
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.
This family friendly tour comes with a complimentary Belize City tour before heading to the "Best Little Zoo in the World". At the Belize Zoo you will be able to see some native animals to Belize as well as some troublesome animals such as Jaguars and Crocodiles that were harming the livestock of our farmers. Some of the more exotic animals were donated to the Belize Zoo because they were illegal to have as pet, and others were rescued from the wild.
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.
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.
Feel your adrenaline levels surge on a half-day jungle shore excursion from Belize City. In a powerful 4WD, you’ll enjoy a concise tour of Belize City’s vibrant streets and delve into the atmospheric greenery of the Belizean jungle to observe fascinating flora and fauna. Explore hidden caves, marvel at crystalline rock formations and scour the scenery for rare wildlife as you listen to informative commentary from your guide. Revitalize with a delicious lunch, accompanied by beverages, and enjoy round-trip transport from your Belize City cruise terminal.
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.
Explore the open savannas of the Belizean countryside on a horseback riding shore excursion from Belize City. Drive outside the urban center to rural St. Paul's village, where a slower pace of life prevails. Explore the village itself and the surrounding fields and forest by horseback, with opportunities for independent riding if you wish. After the ride, recharge with a lunch (own expense and needs to be requested) of traditional Belizean cuisine before returning to the cruise port.
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.
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.
Want a day filled with a variety of adventures? Come meet George, a 14 foot crocodile that was relocated to this ACES (American Crocodile Education Sanctuary), and was featured on “animal planet”. Take a horseback ride through the mangroves and forest trail to the sea coast. A short hike in the jungle and you will be interacting with the friendly black howler monkeys. The loudest animals on land!Then who doesn’t love shrimp! Tour the only organic shrimp farm in Belize and even get the chance to cast your net and catch your lunch. The shrimps caught by guest are prepared in 4 different styles for their indulgence.**MINIMUM of 3 participants. departure time 8:30 amfrom Belize CityThings to wear: bug spray, sun block, comfortable athletic clothes and footwear.Things to bring: sun block, change of dry clothes, comfortable footwear, bug spray, cash for souvenirs.**Price of ferry to tour starting point can be a lot less if guests opt for us to purchase the ferry tickets for them.**
Guest get pick up at the tourism village, get history about the city and get to see some of our ecosystems and get an idea of what they look like, while heading to the Belize Zoo. At the zoo guest get to see a variety of birds and animals, including some of our national symbols. after the zoo head to the jeeps to do the jeep tour. drive through the jungle while doing a mudding trail in jeep wrangler (during our rainny season) to where they will explore a cave. after exploring the cave head to where they are going to have lunch.after lunch head back to the tourism village once more.
Guest get to view the city and the country side and learn the Culture and History of it while heading to the cave. The guest hike through the rain forest for 20 minutes to where they start the cave tubing. Guest will not carry their tube, the tubes will already be at the cave entrance. In the cave guest get to see Magnificent Stalactite, Stalagmite, columns and also a beautiful waterfall in the cave system. After finished at the cave guest head to where they do the Mudding (In Our Rainy Season) in the jeep wranglers through the rain forest and also through the Maya Mountain. After the jeeps guest head to have lunch (Lunch Included in the tour).After lunch they head back to where they were picked up in the morning.
The Belize Zoo is a special destination for us as our guides are educated in Environmental Science and know the flora and fauna of Belize thoroughly. Our ability to provide tours based on your interest guarantees that you will leave Belize am ambassador of Belize Destiny Tours.
Skip the self-drive hassles and pair natural wonders with ancient Mayan culture on this guided door-to-door adventure. First, enjoy a fishing trip on the New River Lagoon. Next, explore Lamanai, some of Latin America’s most atmospheric Mayan ruins, which include the 125-foot (38-meter) High Temple. Savor a buffet lunch at AyinHa Eco-Park before you return to base.