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Zip Lining (Only)

Come fly over the tropical jungle of Belize at Angel Falls zipline, Located at Mile 25 on the Hummingbird Highway. Where the Mayan Mountains foothill slopes into mass valleys. The zipline consists of 16 platforms and 8 lines that crisscross over the valley where you get a bird’s eye view of the breathtaking landscape that …

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Cave Tubing (Only)

Water Fall Tour

Water Falls (intense hiking) 5 Waterfalls Exploration Driven by exploration? want to do something different? then let’s explore 5 pristine waterfalls hidden in the Mayflower Bocawina National Park.

Living Maya Experience Tour

Maya Chocolate

Horseback Riding

Nim Li Punit Maya Ruins

Located only about an hour and a half drive away from Placencia Peninsula or 2hrs from Hopkins Village, through the pristine jungle of Southern Belize, lies the site of  Nim Li Punit “The Big Hat.” It is known as the ‘Big Hat’ due to the large stela found at the site, depicting a man wearing …

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Caracol Maya Ruins

Off the beaten path through the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve rugged terrain, landing into the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, you will find the largest Maya site in Belize, Caracol ‘snail.’ It covers about 75 square miles of jungle. Caracul was first occupied around 1200 B.C and abandonment started around 950A.D. At the peak of its glory, …

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Cahal Pech Maya Ruins

Located on the outskirts of San Ignacio Town, in the upper region of the Belize Valley area, Cahal Pech is recognizably the oldest site in Western Belize. Regardless of it being smaller than its neighboring city ‘Xunantunich,’ it hosts a complex history and elaborate corridor that will rewind your imagination back in time when the …

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Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

About The Cave of the Crystal Maiden. Exploring the cavernous Actun Tunichil Muknal, also known as the "Cave of the Stone Sepulcher" can be quite the life-changing experience. Descend into the Maya underworld and leave your concerns of the surface world at the entrance for several hours as your professional guide leads you through all …

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Tikal Maya Ruins in Guatemala

Visiting Tikal Maya Ruins from Belize Though the Tikal Maya ruins are located in Peten, Guatemala, travelers who are staying in Belize can travel to the site with ease. In fact, Tikal National Park, where the ruins are located, is just a 90-minute drive from the Belize-Guatemala border. Along the route, travelers get a chance …

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Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most expansive and beautiful parks within the country of Belize, beginning along the Caribbean coastline and rising along the Maya Mountains. Despite being without roads, businesses or even hunters, the Basin is world famous for being the sole nature reserve within the region that features free-roaming jaguars. …

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Xunantunich and Inland Blue Hole

Two of Belize's most popular sites are close to each other, allowing you to see both of these wonderful places in one day trip. Xunantunich is one of the best-known Maya ruins. It's a 22-acre complex that includes 25 palaces and temples, a ball court where Maya games were played, the pyramid of Il Castillo …

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Cave Tubing and Zip Lining

The Journey Begins. The subterranean tubing journey of Jaguar Paw Cave begins by putting one foot in front of the other. Indeed, reaching Jaguar Paw begins with a guided hike through jungle trails. One of the best things about this entire experience is even the trail is kept lively and informative by seasoned guides who …

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