Cave Tubing & Zip Lining
Traverse the Western Highway to a winding path through the Maya Mountains and numerous ancient caves once inhabited by the Maya Indians. Upon arrival, you will start with the Zip Line Tour and soar through the jungle above the broadleaf forest oor. After lunch, take a 45-minute hike down a jungle trail to the entrance tunnel leading into the underground cave system that is the start of your cave tubing adventure.
Lamanai Ruins Tour
Encounter Belize wildlife at its best - many species of birds, monkeys, crocodiles, interesting plant life, and culture – with an early morning boat ride along the Northern River and New River Lagoon. Once at Lamanai, enjoy lunch (and rum punch!), tour the museum, and explore the Lamanai Mayan Temples with a tour guide.
Xunantunich & Cave Tubing
Travel along rolling hills, winding rivers, and the ancient land of the Maya on your way to Xunantunich. The partially excavated and 130-foot pyramid El Castillo offers an impressive panoramic view of Belize and Guatemala. Then a drive and 20-minute hike through exotic plants will lead you to a knee-deep river. Once you have arrived to the mouth of the caves, you will then tube through the river and stalagmite formations.
Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave
Travel the vast network of underground chambers, a treasure trove for archaeologists and visitors. In the jungle, take a swim into caves about 15 ft long and 15 ft in depth and walk through water which is about ankle height to chest deep. Then crawl and hike up into different chambers. You’ll see Mayan skeletal remains, potteries, stone tools, and beautiful formations before savoring a traditional Belizean lunch.