Explore the dominion of the ancient Maya in Belize on a full-day tour from San Ignacio. Climb to the top of sacred pyramids and learn about the once-mighty civilization at the archaeological site of Xunantunich, and enter a portal to the Mayan underworld on a cave tubing adventure that takes you splashing through the crystalline caverns of an underground cave system. Round-trip transport from San Ignacio Town and lunch are included on this tour.
Tour guide share their local Knowledge which has been pass on to them by their ancestor. Tour Guides take their time and fit to your schedule, time and share as much information as possible. be in a small group which make a different experience.
Discover a ruined Maya city and float through a series of flooded caves with a 6-hour private tour from Belize City to Altun Ha and the Caves Branch River. Explore broad plazas and towering pyramids as you visit the archeological site with your guide, and see the precious treasures excavated from the Temple of the Green Tomb. Hike through a lush forest to the Caves Branch River, then go tubing through soaring caverns as your headlight illuminates cave walls that glint with crystal formations and stalactites.
Prepare for a double jungle adventure on this combo tour that lets you experience two of Belize’s signature outdoor activities in one day. After a nature hike through the rain forest, float down the Caves Branch River on a cave tubing tour that offers plenty of excitement with minimal effort. Back in the light of day, take to the skies for an aerial zipline course that criss-crosses the forest canopy at a thrilling speed.
Learn about Garifuna culture through art, food, music, and literature—something not all visitors in Belize get the chance to do—during this small-group tour. Plus, acquaint yourself with the history, flora, and fauna of the Fresh Water Creek Lagoon during a kayak tour and traditional fishing expedition for a comprehensive full-day excursion.
The Caves Branch Botanical Gardens were created in 2008 by Ella Baron and the Caves Branch Jungle Lodge to bring awareness to the general public about the beauty and importance of Belizean flora and fauna.
Visitors to the garden have the great opportunity to smell the lemongrass and all-spice leaves, see the coffee, cacao, papaya and pineapple growing, at various times of the year, along the sides of the walkways through the gardens.
We specialize in native epiphytes, such as orchids and bromeliads (air plants) and have the largest collection of these plants in the country.
Guests will tour the factory of the world renowned and delectable Marie Sharp Pepper Sauce. Get a first hand experience of how this organic sauce is produced from the fiery habanero peppers that come straight from the tree. Also sample their fiery collection and take some home with you to keep that pepper lover's mouth in your family burning . Surely will spice up your trip.
Local tour guide shares there knowledge about Tikal and Guatemala, taste the delicious local lunch from Guatemala. Tikal is among the world’s travel wonders, many considering it one of the most spiritual spots on earth. With wildlife surrounding the temples it is a naturalist’s dream come true.
Enjoy a culture and nature based adventure with this amazing deal. Get to walk through the footsteps of the Garifuna ancestors with our Garifuna Cultural & Culinary Adventure. Followed by a night adventure to spot the majestic Jaguar at the Cockscomb Basin.
This is a unique tour because you get the must dos and don’t straight from a Local. I enjoy providing this information to help people have a fantastic and memorable trip. We will start from where you arrive (or whichever destination you prefer) and walk our way through the sandy beaches. I’ll will be a providing a brief history of the island. Then I’ll provide information of the best places to have breakfast, dinner and drinks.
The Lamanai ruins is one of the largest and oldest continuously occupied Mayan archaeological site in Belize. Located on the banks of the New River, this ceremonial site is home to a variety of trade metals and the mask temple.
Enjoy learning about rural Belize on your drive to Orange Walk. Join our river tour and see the wildlife that call the New River home. Explore the ruins and imagine yourself in what was Lamanai more 3000 years ago. Lunch is included as you relax in a palapa near the river before returning back to your starting point.
you will enjoy a stunning scenery of the flora and fauna that enhance the true beauty of this magnificent Maya City. Here, you will be given a life time experience as you trail along paths that was once threaded by nobles and peasants that lived in this mystic world. Also tour guide share their local knowledge which has been given by the ancestors. enjoy a delicious Belizean lunch and then refresh on Rio On Pools
Explore a traditional Mayan herbal garden in Belize's rainforest with our indigenous Mayan healer with over 30 years of experience healing ailments known to be uncurable by western medicine. Also experience Mayan spirituality and it affects health. Listen to engaging stories of Mayan gods and how they have helped her cured many ailments and find recipes that can be used to treat your own. You will also be able to purchase all natural herbs for a variety of ailments at their local store and a traditional Mayan meal with tasty delicacy's that will surely please your taste buds. Learn how hollistically improve your health with our Traditional Mayan healers today.
This Cultural Walking Tour offers you the chance to explore the main historical sights of Belize City, which dates back to the early 1600s when the British first settled here and is the former capital of the country of Belize, once known as British Honduras.
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You will have the chance to discover the Swing Bridge, Government House, Museum of Belize, St. John's Anglican Cathedral, and the Fort George Memorial Park.
Get ready to experience Belize from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal interesting facts about Belize City.