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Get in gear for this Belize mountain biking adventure! Experience the magnificent Mayan ruins of Xunantunich in a way that few others do, reaching the archaeological site by way of a challenging single- and double-track ride. You’ll bike through a subtropical forest with an expert guide, then cross the Mopan River on a traditional hand-cranked ferry before riding to the hilltop ruins. Take in the panoramic views from the top of the imposing El Castillo temple and explore other highlights of the ancient city. The tour includes round-trip transport from your San Ignacio hotel. 

Highlights

  • Half-day mountain bike ride to Xunantunich
  • Experience the thrill of riding your mountain bike along rugged trails near Succotz
  • Cross the Mopan River by hand-cranked ferry
  • Visit the impressive Maya site of Xunantunich with your guide
  • Admire panoramic vistas atop El Castillo
  • Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off from San Ignacio

What You Can Expect

Xunantunich Mountain Bike Adventure

Xunantunich Mountain Biking Adventure

Customer Reviews

Diana B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

This ride was really fun and not very technical mostly dirt road, but some potholes and roots to make it interesting. A long slow climb, then downhill into farmland next to the river. We rode across a river on a hand cranked car ferry and climbed the paved hill up to Xunantuich Ruins. What made the ride and ruins tour so spectacular, is that our guide, Selwyn Bol is a naturalist with a degree from Belize University. He had a keen eye for birds, their sounds, and where to see them. He also had extensive knowledge of the local flora there. He explained so much about the Mayan Culture and Xunantunich, that it informed our later tours of Caracol, and Cahal Pech. This was money well spent and we rode our bikes through the jungle!

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