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 Ambergris Caye’s wildlife and coral reefs on this sailing and snorkeling tour to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and shark ray alley. Swim above bright coral formations in Hol Chan, and watch for the sea turtles, eels and fishes that thrive within the protected area. Slip into the water with the stingrays and nurse sharks at shark ray alley, watch them feed on fresh sardines, then enjoy tropical breezes and a comfortable seat on deck as you return to San Pedro Town.
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!
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.
Watch the sun set into the Caribbean Sea as you sip rum punch aboard a 40’ sailboat, with a 3-hour sailing tour from Ambergris Caye. Enjoy a comfortable seat on deck, and listen to tropical tunes from the on-board sound system while the captain navigates the bright blue water. Sail south along the scenic edge of Ambergris Caye, watch for dolphins and sea turtles in the evening light, then spot the first tropical stars as you return to port.
Visit the ruins of a mighty Mayan city on a guided tour of the Xunantunich archaeological site near San Ignacio. Cross the Mopan River on a traditional hand-canked ferry, and then ascend to the hilltop complex featuring the remnants of plazas, royal quaters, ball courts, and the imposing El Castillo temple — the second tallest in Belize. Climb to the top of the great pyramid for views that stretch into Guatemala, and learn about the fascinating ancient Mayan civilization from a guide.
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Freshwater Creek lagoon Bioluminescence
Be dazzled by stars as you sit back and enjoy a front row seat to the shimmer of the night on on the Freshwater Creek Lagoon. Tour departs from Palmento Grove Docking station at 6:30PM and return at about 8:30PM. We cruise in our kayaks through the Lagoon looking to spot Crocodiles while heading to our magical location where you will be the witness to a magnificent mystical view of water glowing in the night with every droplet sparkling like stars. You can also look forward to seeing rays and lively fish darting around in otherworldly green glow.. Sure to mesmerize you and the entire family.
Take a journey down the mystical New River Lagoon to discover more than 3,000 years of Belize’s Mayan history at the Lamanai ruins. Encounter exotic birds, crocodiles, turtles and howler monkeys on a river cruise as you venture deep into the jungle, where a powerful ancient civilization once thrived. Learn about the life and customs at the mighty Maya as you explore sacred temples and stone carvings, ceremonial plazas and a ball court on a guided tour of the archaeological site.
Get out and explore the beautiful Belizean jungle with this kayaking experience. You'll start with a trek through the rainforest, where your local guide will tell you all about the local ecosystem. You'll then hop in a kayak and journey through beautiful caves where you'll spot all sorts of rock formations and maybe even see some bats. Finally, you'll paddle to the Crystal River Beach Club to freshen up and eat lunch.
Experience the Mayan underworld of Xibalba on a guided cave-tubing adventure. After a convenient hotel pickup, enjoy a safety briefing, orientation and 45-minute hike through the rainforest before hopping in a tube at the mouth of this elaborate cave system. Witness fr intricate rock formations, learn about the caves’ history from an informative guide, and enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch after you reemerge into the sunlight.
Cruise on the Monkey River and spot Howler monkeys, toucans, manatees, giant iguanas, crocodiles, and other species that call this river their home. Also witness the local residents participating in traditional fishing and other daily tasks. Top this off with an authentic meal.
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.
Step on to Splash Wave Tours Vessel where to boat ride will be 35 minutes to the island of Caye Caulker where you will be having an island time to enjoy the island, also on the vessel we will be have water for you, and also rum punch local made in Belize to witness the tropical vibes here in our Caribbean country.
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.
Bring some adventure to your Belize vacation or cruise ship stopover with a cave kayaking tour from Belize City to Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve. Feel safe and secure in a hard-shelled sit-on-top kayak as you paddle your way around the Caves Branch River with a guide. You’ll also get to explore Belize City with your guide, stopping for lunch (own expense) along the way.
Experience the pulse of Belize City with this guided tour. You'll learn about local art and history at the Museum of Belize (housed in an old prison), see the beautiful St John's Cathedral, visit the Baron Bliss lighthouse, and have time left over to try out street food or go shopping downtown.
The Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve is a unique tour for both adventure seekers and relaxation lovers of all ages, its natural habitat is easily accessible to be explored and enjoyed. During the tour guests will enjoy a delicious Belizean Cuisine picnic style surrounded by nature. The tour is a day filled with swimming, sunbathing, hiking and relaxation.Guests can climb boulders and plunge into the pool below or relax under the water fall and enjoy a water massage.
Three places that will be explored are the Rio Frio Cave, Rio On Pools and Big Rock falls.
MINIMUM 2 person
The ONLY Cave Tubing of it's kind in Belize- which offers a fully packed 4 hours inside one cave- exploring various chambers and viewing sacred ancient Mayan objects, pottery, ceremonial centers and brilliant crystal formations.
The Barton Creek Tour is one of the most relaxing canoe experiences where you will travel inside an ancient waterway canopied by cathedral ceilings as you observe numerous formations of stalagmites and stalactites.
This tour is a half day tour and can be schedule at a time convenient to the guests (depending on the amount of persons booking the tour).
Usual tour schedule for Barton Creek Tour:
You will be taken by boat for a 45 minute journey to the beaches of Caye Caulker. On the island, your first visit is to feed the tarpons. After, you are free to explore the island on your own or with one of our guides, stroll on the sandy streets of one of Belize’s famous islands and swim in the pristine waters of the Caribbean Sea. There are numerous restaurants, bars, local grocery and gift shops, you can visit!
If you are visiting Belize and enjoy cave tubing, kayaking and Zip lining Nohoch Che’en caves located at Caves Branch is definitely one of the ten top things to do in Belize.
Our country holds the largest cave system in Central America and the Caves Branch forms part of this natural wonder. In 2010 Nohoch Che’en or Caves Branch was declared a 15.5 acre archaeological reserve by the Belize government. Many caves are located in this area including Petroglyph, Pothunters, Satabe, Footprints, St. Margret’s Cave, Pottery Cave, and Caves Branch Rock Shelter among others.
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.
Escape modern civilization as you venture into the jungles of Belize on an old-fashioned trolley. Keep an eye out for animals like howler monkeys, crocodiles, and colorful birds as you make your way to a river, where you’ll climb aboard a bamboo raft for a leisurely ride downstream. After landing at a typical Mayan village, explore rain forest life as it once was with a lesson in traditional plant medicine and fishing methods, plus a taste of Mayan cuisine.
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.