Take a scenic drive on the Western Highway to the Belize Zoo, which was founded in 1983 and then to Xunantunich, including six major plazas and surrounded by more than 25 temples and palaces.
A Tale of Two Cities (Belize City and Altun Ha)
Take a tour of Belize City and view the historic colonial structures, culture and lifestyle of the Belizean People, then head north to the ancient Mayan site of Altun Ha, meaning “Water of the Rock”
Belize City Tour
Take a guided tour of Belize City where you will have the opportunity to see the historic colonial structures, culture and lifestyle of the Belizean People
Head west and take a tour of the Belize Zoo to meet our indigenous animals in their natural habitat
Community Baboon Sanctuary
See a remarkable community project safeguarding the Howler Monkeys in their natural habitat, on the banks of the Belize River
Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary
This Sanctuary was established for the protection of resident and migrant birds, and consists of inland lagoons, waterways, and swamps; the Jabirus Stork is the most notable migratory resident
Prepare yourself to explore the jungles of Belize on trails laid out over 100 years ago by loggers in search of precious Mahogany trees
Aerial Trek or Zip Line
Glide on an intricate harness system of pulleys through the forest and view the beauty that Belize has to offer
You’ll get a combination tour of the Belize Museum, the Old Belize Museum and you’ll also see the performance of a live cultural dance.
Take a scenic drive on the Western Highway to Xunantunich, meaning “Maiden of the Rock”, which was a major ceremonial center during the Classical Period
Roaring River Golf Course 18 Holes with Transfer
Enjoy the only mainland executive style Golf Course in Belize! After a round check out the club house and refreshments or cool off in the Roaring River & explore the nature house.
** Please note that you’ll need to pay for balls and T’s
Altun Ha by Road
Travel by road to the Altun Ha Mayan Ruins, consisting of two main plazas.
Explore ancient Mayan Caves as you glide down the river in tubes. After which you’ll enjoy lunch fit for a Mayan king.
Mountain Pine Ridge
The Mountain Pine Ridge is 300 square miles of forest reserve and home to the breathtaking 1,000 Foot-Falls, the Rio On River, Rio Frio Caves, and the Rio On Pools
Take a boat ride on the New River Lagoon, and see the pristine beauty Belize has to offer, on your way to the ancient Mayan site of Lamanai, meaning “Submerged Crocodile” and one of Belize’s largest ceremonial centers
Roaring River Golf Course 9 Holes
The fairways are linked with indigenous trees as well as natural jungle growth, the waters features fishes & crocs and other wildlife such as iguana and various species of birds.
** Please note that you’ll have to pay for balls and T’s
Cave Tubing/Zip Line or Aerial Trek
Truly an unforgettable experience, float through a single cave system then glide on an intricate harness system of pulleys through the forest
Prepare to explore the Mayan Site of Caracol, meaning “Snail”, where the largest pyramid “Canaa” is located, standing 143 feet high, there is an abundance of Flora and Fauna to enhance the beauty
Belize Zoo/Cave Tubing
Take a drive to the Belize Zoo and meet some of Belize’s indigenous animals in their natural habitat, then hold on to your tubes as you go tubing through some of Belize’s pristine caves
Visit the Mayan Site of Xunantunich, where the man-made structure, “El Castillo” is located, and rises 130 feet high, this was once the tallest in Belize, then prepare to float through ancient caves once inhabited by the Mayas
Float your way through caves that portray meaningful history to Belize then charge your adrenaline while hang from a rope for over 65 ft
Actun Tunichil Muknal
Explore the underground world of the Maya’s. Hike through the rainforest, cross streams, and enter a cave with mysterious artifacts such as Skeletons, pottery, skulls and a whole lot more!
Belize Zoo/Altun Ha
Head west to the Belize Zoo to meet our indigenous animals in their natural habitat. Then after having a quick bite for lunch enjoy a scenic route on to Altun Ha Mayan Ruins, consisting of two main plazas.
Tikal, Guatemala by Land
Take a tour of Tikal, and see its plazas, ball courts, pyramids, and temples; Tikal is known to have been one of the most powerful cities in the ancient Mayan world
Xunantunich on Horseback
Experience riding though the Mysterious Maya World cruising on a horse.
Tikal by Air
Take a scenic aerial trip of the plazas and Mayan architecture that surround the ancient Mayan site of Tikal