We love the natural beauty our country has to offer and want to share it in a fun-filled sustainable way. After this tour you'll check so many things off of your bucket list and you'll learn so much about the Caribbean sea and we take Free GoPro photos/videos for you.We do not use single-use plastics on board our boats, we do not touch or feed the marine life and we hire experienced, energetic guides to bring you the best experience there is to offer. We also give back a percentage of our profits to the local community at the end of the year to support a number of community projects.
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.
We are the first -- and only -- provider of super stretch, 20 passenger, SUV limousines in the country of Belize. When you go on one of Belize's amazing day tours, learn about our culture, visit our fabulous ruins and caves, and explore our wildlife adventures, why do so bouncing around in a circa-1980 panel van with a distracted driver/guide yelling over his shoulder at you? Instead, ride with a professional limo driver dedicated to only one thing -- your safety. Take a deep and meaningful dive into our culture with a top-flight guide, who accompanies you inside the limo, faces you, eye to eye, answering all your questions and catering to all your needs. Breakfast, lunch, spirits, all included. In truth, you spend more time getting to these sites than enjoying them, so why not make the transportation part of the experience?
this tour is perfect for a group that wants a private tour experience.
Seeing is belizing -
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.
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.
MANATEES, SHARKS, STING RAYS, TURTLES and a delicious lunch on the most beautiful beach on the island! Take advantage of this small window during the year to actually BE in the water with these MAJESTIC animals. Snorkel with sharks and sting rays in approximately 5 feet of water. The beach area is shallow so kids have an area to swim around safely.
(LUNCH and a DRINK included)
( 6 GUESTS MINIMUM)
Departure time is 9:00- 9:30am or 10:00 - 10:30 am
from Caye Caulker (depending on the last tender back to your cruise ship)
**in order to meet the departure time you must catch the 8:00 or 9:00 am ferry from Belize City (The ferry from Belize City to Caye Caulker is 1 hour). This will allow the 3 hours needed for the tour. The ferry back to Belize City leaves at 12:00 pm or 1:30pm.
Things to wear:
-sun block, bathing suit.
Things to bring:
sun block, bathing suit, towel.
**Price of ferry to tour starting point can be a lot less if guests opt for us to purchase the ferry tickets for them.**
Experience the unspoiled wonders of Belize's countryside and jungle on this combo adventure from San Ignacio. First, explore the open savannah and wildlife-rich wooded trails on a horseback riding tour, then hike through the lush lowland forest to reach the Caves Branch River for a classic cave tubing float. It's a great way to explore the best of the Cayo, complete with a delicious Belizean lunch in between activities.
A foodie’s jackpot, this tour offers a look (and taste) into Belize culinary culture. Sample Belizean patties, visit a rum factory, a fresh fruit market, and a bakery to sample the goods, and then it’s time for the main event—a sit-down meal at a local restaurant. Here, dine on coconut rice, fried plantains, whole fish, rice and beans, tamales, cow foot soup, oxtail, chimole, and more.
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!
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".
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.
Being one of the most relaxed tours offered in the country, our certified guides will take you on a breathtaking adventure. All inclusive tour mean no need to worry about anything. We always take pride in what we do, lunch is key thing in this case. Home made meals are provided.
The Belize Zoo is located about 29 miles (47 km) west of Belize City on the George Price Highway. Set in 29 acres, it is home to more than 125 animals of about 48 species, all native to Belize. The natural environment of Belize is left entirely intact within the zoo. The Belize Zoo focuses on educating visitors about the wildlife of Belize through encountering the animals in their natural habitat. The aim is to instill appreciation and pride, and a desire to protect and conserve Belize’s natural resources. The Zoo was the recipient of Belize Tourism Board’s 9th National Tourism Award, “Educational Award of the Year” in 2009.
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.
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.
Travel to Jaguar Paw, a tropical oasis situated beside the Branch River. Hike about 30 minutes to the launch site; along the way your guide shares information about the medicinal plants along the jungle path, and how they were used by the ancient Mayas and still used by locals today. Enjoy a relaxing float through a fascinating underground cave system, followed by a delicious lunch of local foods and fresh juices.
Discover the ancient Maya city of Caracol on a full-day private tour from San Ignacio with an optional visit to the Rio On pools. Explore the sprawling complex at your own pace as you explore with a local guide, and learn the history of this site through the glyphs, stelae and ceremonial carvings that are scattered throughout the ruined political center. Watch for wild turkeys and howler monkeys among the stones, and take in sweeping views of the jungle from the towering sky palace pyramid before returning to San Ignacio.
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.
The highlight of the tour is the famous Crystal Maiden, from which this Belize cave gets one of its nicknames. The intact skeleton of a young sacrificial victim has over the years been coated with a sparkling crystal carbonate, giving her an eerie sparkle that shimmers in the torchlight.
With its combination of natural beauty and the wealth of relics left behind from mysterious Maya ceremonies, a visit to Actun Tunichil Muknal is an experience guaranteed to leave you with unforgettable memories and a rare, in-depth look into the life of Belize?s ancient Maya.
Belize/Guatemala tours has been helping visitors discover Actun Tunichil Muknal since it was first opened to the public, and we are committed to ensuring that it remains preserved in its pristine state for the enjoyment of future guests. The Actun Tunichil Muknal tour requires a reasonable level of fitness, and you will be given headlamps and necessary equipments.
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.
There’s no need to brave the supposedly haunted Xunantunich archaeological site alone; instead, visit these popular Belizean ruins as part of a guided excursion from Hopkins and learn more about the region’s history. Don’t worry about making your own way there either, as round-trip transportation and the ferry ride are included for ease.
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.
During this tour, you wlll visit the ancient Mayan center of Xunantunich which sits on an impressive hilltop just near the border of Belize and Guatemala. Xunantunich was a major ceremonial center during the classic period.