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Belize Adventures

You will enjoy more time in the jungle and less time travelling from our central location, the closest island resort to the mainland. Our full-day jungle adventures are within easy reach, and include Belize’s most knowledgeable and caring professional guide, boat and land transportation, all admissions and park fees, bottled water, sodas, and lunch.

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Cave Tubing & Jungle Zip Lining

An adventurous combination of hiking and cave tubing within a cave system, this is a fun activity! Float on inner tubes with only your headlamp to guide the way as the Caves Branch River winds a path through the Maya mountain and numerous caves.

Secured by a harness with feet dangling free, zip line riders will traverse from 75 ft high platforms whizzing past a stunning display of tropical flora and fauna. Daring participants will rappel to the rainforest floor from the final platform for a thrilling one-of-a-kind jungle adventure.

Belize Cultural Adventure

Prepare to discover Belize. This unique unscripted tour is customized for you and your fellow travelers by our seasoned professional guide “on the fly.” He will get to know you and what you are interested in, and plan your day accordingly. The many attractions that may be included
  • Old Belize Museum that features Belize‘s rainforest, Mayan history, cave systems, timber and chicle industries
  • Tour of Old Belize – see the history of the former British Colony
  • Belize Zoo
  • Luba Garifuna museum that features one of the most cultural groups in Belize
  • Traveller’s Rum Factory
  • Belize city museum that features Belize’s history from the early inhabitants to its present day

St. Herman's Cave & Blue Hole National Park

This is your best opportunity to get up close and personal with the Belize jungle environment and hike nature trails with breathtaking views. The park is a source of wonder with numerous underground streams, sinkholes and extensive cave system, and is ideal for birding with over 200 species of birds. Three of the five species of wild cats found in Belize - jaguar, ocelot and jaguarondi - have been sighted in the park.

A guided exploration into the cave system takes you through huge caverns that are adorned with crystalline formations. Take a walk down the footpath and staircase of the Maya shaman and priest as they journeyed into the underworld where they used the chambers deep within the cave for their ceremonies. See Maya artifacts such as pottery, beads, obsidian knives, and human skeletons calcified in the limestone floor that date back 2000 years.

Complete your adventure with a refreshing swim in the sapphire water of the Blue Hole National Park.

Lamanai Maya Ruins

The name "Lamanai" comes from the word "submerged crocodile" in the Mayan language. This site, situated along the New River Lagoon, features monumental architecture of temples and palaces dating from the Classic and Pre-Classic Periods. Pollen evidence dates the earliest occupation at the site to be about 1500 B.C. The earliest pottery has been dated to about 500 B.C.

But getting there and back is half the fun. See more of the land of Belize on your way to the river, and then enjoy an enchanting jungle boat ride complete with native wildlife!

Island Excursion - San Pedro Slam

Travel by boat across the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, going past nearby Caye Chapel and Caye Caulker, to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. Spend the morning on a guided snorkeling and/or diving adventure at two popular sites, Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley. (For guests who do not want to snorkel or dive, you have the full day to explore Ambergris Caye.) Then we venture back to San Pedro for lunch at the restaurant of your choice (we can provide recommendations) and an afternoon of shopping and visiting galleries, gift shops, and beach bars/restaurants, before returning to St. George’s with plenty of time to unwind and freshen up before dinner.