Discover highlights of Belize’s western Cayo District on a full-day combo adventure, beginning with a horseback ride through lush jungle and riverside trails. Follow in the footsteps of ancient Mayan royalty and climb to the top of a giant sacred pyramid at the Xunantunich archaeological site, and taste local flavor with a typical Belizean lunch. Finish on a sweet note with a chocolate-making tour where you'll learn to grind raw cacao beans and transform them into silky, decadent chocolate.
Combine three experiences in one day during this comprehensive excursion ideal for travelers on a time budget. See more of the region than you could alone—including a stop at the Xunantich archaeological site for a tour from a local guide—without the hassle of arranging your own transport. Then, sample several typical Belizean foods and learn to make chocolate the Mayan way.
Ranging from soft to hard- Caves Branch Cheeses are hand made using the freshest organic full cream milks. Absolutely no artificial ingredients, preservatives, flavoring or coloring added to our cheeses. All our cheeses are aged in our Caves Branch aging cellar at a constant temperature of 52°F and a humidity of 85% for up to 28 months for full aged aroma, flavor and texture.Artisan Cheeses include a delicious Ricotta cheese to our own unique version of Blue Cheese called "Mr. Sticky".
Enjoy three experiences in one tour at Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Jungle Lodge in Belize. You'll start with a 1-hour guided tour of the botanical garden before indulging in a cheese tasting of artisan cheese made on the property. Then finish with a British-style traditional high tea in the garden. This is a great way to experience a bit of Belize's natural beauty and culture in one spot.
Learn all about how Mayans made chocolate on this 4 hour activity. This tour takes place in this Cayo's 300-acre adventure park. Cave World Adventures is just 10 minutes from the famous Xunantunich Mayan ruin. What to bring: • packed breakfast and/or lunch • water and/or snacks What to wear: • comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
This tour duration is approximately 4 hours. Learn how to make chocolate like the Mayans, and treat yourself to a Chocolate treatWhat to bring:-packed breakfast and/or lunch -bottled water and/or snacks What to wear: • comfortable clothing and running/hiking shoes
The most favorable thing about this tour is that you get to try several fruits that you might have not even seen before or thought of having. The comparison of what you get and see back home is always fun to make. Also, making your own corn tortilla just the way the Mayans do on the special outside fire is always and awe inspiring one. You get a glimpse into what was and what is . . .