Tours in Belize

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Cave Tubing & Zipride At Cave Branch Outpost, With Lunch
Embark on drive via the Western Highway to Caves ranch Outpost in the Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archeological Reserve, your adventure headquarters for the day. The Outpost is located a few hundred feet from the Caves Branch River and its winding waterway through the ancient caves once inhabited by the Maya.

Your Zipride adventure starts with gear fittings (safety harness and hard-hat) followed by instructions and safety briefing. Become a "Zip rider" today as you connect to a series of overhead cables criss-crossing the rainforest canopy. The zipline course features a "beginner's zip run" of only 150 feet. Six other zip runs range in length from 200' to 600' between treetop platforms secured in the canopy of tropical hardwood trees. Intriguing karst limestone cliffs provide a scenic backdrop as you zip through the rainforest canopy. This zipline course is truly unforgettable and second to none in Central America and the Caribbean. It is fully insured and also certified by Challenge Course Technologies (ACCT).

Your Cave Tubing adventures starts with gear fittings (personal tubes, hard-hat with headlamp and life vest) and then you set out on a nature walk where your guide will point out various plants, roots, and herbs once used by the ancient Maya, various species of birds as well as an introduction to Xibalba (she-bal-ba). The entrance tunnel that heads into the underground cave system is the start of an "eye opening" adventure. At the end of the walk your guide will conduct a safety briefing on proper cave exploration procedures and then you are ready to float on inflated inner tubes assisted by gentle currents taking you through the cave system. Intricate crystalline formations line the caves, and stalagmites and stalactites add to the serene opulence of nature. On occasion you will emerge into the sunlight only to enter into another cave system. Your journey ends with a free float on the open river as you head for lunch. Select your lunch from a wide range of buffet items from the "Canopy Cafe" at Caves Branch Outpost.

Duration: Full Day with Lunch.
Shared Departures: Daily with No Minimum from Belize City, San Ignacio, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, Placencia.
Private Departures: Mountain Pine Ridge and Hopkins.
Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; Buffet Lunch at Canopy Cafe; soft beverage (Iced Tea and Water).
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Special Note: Age requirement - 8 years or older. Not recommended for non swimmers. A change of clothes, shoes and a towel is recommended. Participants must be at least 80 lbs, 4'10" or taller in order to fit securely into the Zipride harness (maximum harness size is 44 inches).
Cave Tubing & Zipride At Cave Branch Outpost, With Lunch And Domestic Flight
Embark on drive via the Western Highway to Caves ranch Outpost in the Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archeological Reserve, your adventure headquarters for the day. The Outpost is located a few hundred feet from the Caves Branch River and its winding waterway through the ancient caves once inhabited by the Maya.

Your Zipride adventure starts with gear fittings (safety harness and hard-hat) followed by instructions and safety briefing. Become a "Zip rider" today as you connect to a series of overhead cables criss-crossing the rainforest canopy. The zipline course features a "beginner's zip run" of only 150 feet. Six other zip runs range in length from 200' to 600' between treetop platforms secured in the canopy of tropical hardwood trees. Intriguing karst limestone cliffs provide a scenic backdrop as you zip through the rainforest canopy. This zipline course is truly unforgettable and second to none in Central America and the Caribbean. It is fully insured and also certified by Challenge Course Technologies (ACCT).

Your Cave Tubing adventures starts with gear fittings (personal tubes, hard-hat with headlamp and life vest) and then you set out on a nature walk where your guide will point out various plants, roots, and herbs once used by the ancient Maya, various species of birds as well as an introduction to Xibalba (she-bal-ba). The entrance tunnel that heads into the underground cave system is the start of an "eye opening" adventure. At the end of the walk your guide will conduct a safety briefing on proper cave exploration procedures and then you are ready to float on inflated inner tubes assisted by gentle currents taking you through the cave system. Intricate crystalline formations line the caves, and stalagmites and stalactites add to the serene opulence of nature. On occasion you will emerge into the sunlight only to enter into another cave system. Your journey ends with a free float on the open river as you head for lunch. Select your lunch from a wide range of buffet items from the "Canopy Cafe" at Caves Branch Outpost.

Duration: Full Day with Lunch.
Shared Departures: Daily with No Minimum from Belize City, San Ignacio, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, Placencia.
Private Departures: Mountain Pine Ridge and Hopkins.
Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; Buffet Lunch at Canopy Cafe; soft beverage (Iced Tea and Water).
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Special Note: Age requirement - 8 years or older. Not recommended for non swimmers. A change of clothes, shoes and a towel is recommended. Participants must be at least 80 lbs, 4'10" or taller in order to fit securely into the Zipride harness (maximum harness size is 44 inches).
Lamanai Maya Temples & New River Safari With Lunch
This is a premier opportunity to experience the best of Belize's attractions including Maya history, colonial history, flora and fauna, rivers and waterways. Enjoy a scenic and informative ride with your guide via the Northern Highway en route to Lamanai Landings. Upon arrival light refreshments are provided before boarding your riverboat and the start of a sightseeing cruise on the New River. While traversing the many little creeks and lagoons, it is easy to encounter wading birds (hawks, kites, falcons, egrets, herons) as well as an encounter with spider monkeys. You may also see dainty Jacanas (a.k.a. jesus christ birds) lightly walking on the lily pads while sleeping crocodiles bask in the morning sunlight.

At the entrance to the New River Lagoon, the temples of Lamanai (Maya for "Submerged Crocodile")rise into view. After boat disembarkation and restroom break your group meets at the site Museum for a historical presentation and opportunity to view some of the original artifacts discovered at Lamanai. Next is the start of your archeological walk that takes you back over a thousand years in time as you visit the most important plazas and temples including the Mask Temple which depicts Maya ruler Lord Smoking Shell. You will also visit the Jaguar Temple, the High Temple and the Ballcourt where the Maya played their famous ballgame. Be One with the Maya amid the chatter of birdlife and the haunting call of the Howler Monkeys. Your guide will also point out various trees and plants (Copal, Ramon, Cotton, Allspice) which played a major role, both medicinally and as a food source, to the Maya in ancient times.

Come back to present time for your return journey to Lamanai Landings for a Belizean lunch at "Smoky Mermaid II" situated on the banks of the New River.

Duration: Full Day with Lunch
Departures: Daily with No Minimum from Belize City, Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker.
Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; Belizean Buffet Lunch at Smoky Mermaid II at Lamanai Landings; soft beverage.
Level of Difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Snorkel At Hol Chan Marine Reserve/Shark Ray Alley Half Day, Includes Entrance
A snorkel adventure awaits you at Hol Chan Marine Reserve (Maya for "little channel"), the first marine reserve established in Central America. Explore the coral reefs as you swim amongst the abundant marine life. next, you will head to your second snorkel stop, Shark Ray Alley where you will encounter friendly stingrays, inquisitive brown nurse sharks, turtles, as well as an abundance of colorful reef fish including snappers and jacks.

Days of Operation: Daily at 9:00am and 2:00pm.
Duration: 3 hours.
Included: Transportation to/from hotel, guided tour, bottle water, equipment. Does not include Hol Chan Marine Reserve fee of $10.00 US per person.
Level of Difficulty: Moderate. Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate. Not recommended for non swimmers.
Please Note: From Ambergris Caye: Pickup is directly from your hotel's pier within ½ hour of select departure time.
From Caye Caulker: Pickup is directly from the San Pedro Airport or the Water Taxi Terminals in San Pedro Town. Connection schedule vary depending on select departure time.
Snorkel Mexico Rocks Half Day, Includes Entry Fee
Explore abundant marine life and pulsating coral gardens in shallow crystal clear waters. Your adventure begins when our Shuttle picks you up at your hotel and takes you out to Mexico Rocks. After gear fittings and orientation you will snorkel at your leisure pace in maximum 12 feet water. This site is well known for excellent sightings of grouper, lobster, barracuda, sand sharks, and tiny blue tropical fish. Enjoy incredible photo ops, and be one with our marine underworld. Multiple daily departures available.

Days of Operation: Daily at 9:00am and 2:00pm.
Duration: 2 hours.
Included: Transportation to/from hotel, guided tour, bottle water and equipment.
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate. (Not recommended for non swimmers)
Please Note: From Ambergris Caye: Pickup is directly from your hotel's pier within 1/2 hour of select departure time.
From Caye Caulker: Pickup is directly from the San Pedro Airport or the Water Taxi Terminals in San Pedro Town. Connection schedule vary depending on select departure time.
Snuba At Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Includes Entrance Fee, Ambergris Caye Hotels
If you want the thrill of an underwater breathing adventure without the hassle of becoming a certified diver or handling heavy gear; then SNUBA is for you! SNUBA diving is the safest and easiest way possible to experience the fascination of Scuba diving with the simplicity of Snorkeling. Your adventure begins when our Shuttle picks you up at your hotel and takes you to our designated SNUBA sites (Hol Chan Marine Reserve). After a 15 minute orientation you can SNUBA down to maximum depth of 20 feet as you explore in crystal clear waters with vivid coral reefs and "hang out" with colorful tropical species. All you need is a bathing suit and your underwater camera. Enjoy incredible photo ops, and be one with our marine underworld. Multiple daily departures available.

Duration: 2-3 hours
Departures: Daily 9:00am and 2:00pm.
Included: Transportation to/from hotel, guided tour, bottle water and equipment Hol Chan Marine Reserve fee of $10.00 US per person.
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate. Best choice for experienced snorkelers seeking the next level in underwater exploration! (Not recommended for Pregnant women).
From Ambergris Caye: Pickup is directly from your hotel's pier within 1/2 hour of select departure time.
Please Note: From Caye Caulker: Pickup is directly from the San Pedro Airport or the Water Taxi Terminals in San Pedro Town. Connection schedule vary depending on select departure time.
Snuba Mexico Rocks Half Day, Includes Entrance Fee
If you want the thrill of an underwater breathing adventure without the hassle of becoming a certified diver or handling heavy gear; then SNUBA is for you! SNUBA diving is the safest and easiest way possible to experience the fascination of Scuba diving with the simplicity of Snorkeling. Your adventure begins when our Shuttle picks you up at your hotel and takes you to our designated SNUBA sites (Mexico Rocks). After a 15 minute orientation you can SNUBA down to maximum depth of 20 feet as you explore in crystal clear waters with vivid coral reefs and "hang out" with colorful tropical species. All you need is a bathing suit and your underwater camera. Enjoy incredible photo ops, and be one with our marine underworld. Multiple daily departures available.

Duration: 2-3 hours
Departures: Daily 9:00am and 2:00pm.
Included: Transportation to/from hotel, guided tour, bottle water and equipment.
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate. Best choice for experienced snorkelers seeking the next level in underwater exploration! (Not recommended for Pregnant women).
From Ambergris Caye: Pickup is directly from your hotel's pier within 1/2 hour of select departure time.
Please Note: From Caye Caulker: Pickup is directly from the San Pedro Airport or the Water Taxi Terminals in San Pedro Town. Connection schedule vary depending on select departure time.
Tikal By Land Frm Mountn Pine, Private, Full Day, Lunch, Border Fees Not Inclu
The majestic Maya Ruins of Tikal (Maya for "Place of Voices") are nestled in the dense jungles of the Peten region of Guatemala. This site has been extensively excavated and restored and is probably the most recognized and impressive of all the Maya Ruins in the Central American Region. At the start of the Classic Period, Tikal went to war with neighboring Caracol, located in Belize, and was defeated. Upon arrival at Tikal National Park, you begin the 4-hour tour of the site (including lunch stop), visiting the most important monuments, like Complex Q, R, Temple IV, Temple III and the Main Plaza, where you will find Temples I and II, the North Acropolis and the Central Acropolis. Depart Tikal Ruins for the return drive to the Belize Border and onward transfer to your hotel.

Please note: Border fee not included.
Tikal By Land From San Ignacio, Private, Full Day, Lunch,border Fee Not Included
The majestic Maya Ruins of Tikal (Maya for "Place of Voices") are nestled in the dense jungles of the Peten region of Guatemala. This site has been extensively excavated and restored and is probably the most recognized and impressive of all the Maya Ruins in the Central American Region. At the start of the Classic Period, Tikal went to war with neighboring Caracol, located in Belize, and was defeated. Upon arrival at Tikal National Park, you begin the 4-hour tour of the site (including lunch stop), visiting the most important monuments, like Complex Q, R, Temple IV, Temple III and the Main Plaza, where you will find Temples I and II, the North Acropolis and the Central Acropolis. Depart Tikal Ruins for the return drive to the Belize Border and onward transfer to your hotel.

Please note: Border fee not included.
Tikal By Land From San Ignacio, Shared, Full Day Lunch, Border Fees Not Inclu
The majestic Maya Ruins of Tikal (Maya for "Place of Voices") are nestled in the dense jungles of the Peten region of Guatemala. This site has been extensively excavated and restored and is probably the most recognized and impressive of all the Maya Ruins in the Central American Region. At the start of the Classic Period, Tikal went to war with neighboring Caracol, located in Belize, and was defeated. Upon arrival at Tikal National Park, you begin the 4-hour tour of the site (including lunch stop), visiting the most important monuments, like Complex Q, R, Temple IV, Temple III and the Main Plaza, where you will find Temples I and II, the North Acropolis and the Central Acropolis. Depart Tikal Ruins for the return drive to the Belize Border and onward transfer to your hotel.

Please note: Border fee not included.
Xunantunich & Barton Creek Canoe, Full Day With Lunch
Visit the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich (Maya for "Maiden of the Rock") which sits just inside the Western border of Belize to nearby Guatemala. Before reaching the entrance of this ancient city, your party will board a 19th century hand-cranked ferry which takes you across the Mopan River during which there is regular sighting of huge green iguanas. A short shuttle ride from the ferry brings you to the entrance of Xunantunich which is located on one of the highest plateaus in the area. After restroom break your group meets at the Visitor's Center for a historical presentation. During your archeological walk you will be looking out for birds and howler monkeys, and your guide will be pointing out interesting and important trees and plants (Copal, Ramon, Cotton, Allspice) which played a major role, both medicinally and as a food source, to the Maya in ancient times. Your walk back in time will include viewing of original carved monuments (stellae) which depict Maya rulers and warriors in their full regalia, as well as residential palaces for Maya elites. The highlight of your Maya exploration brings you to "El Castillo", the tallest of the temples at this site which is 130 feet from ground level. About half way up the temple you get to appreciate an astronomical carving unique to Xunantunich, depicting Maya gods that was discovered in the 1950s. If you decide to continue the upward walk to the peak of the temple you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Belize River Valley in the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala.

Come back to present time for your onward journey for a lunch break at a Belizean restaurant in San Ignacio Town. Next, we continue to Barton Creek Cave in Amish territory. Equipped with canoes (self-paddled) and high-powered lights we gently paddle into Xibalba (she-bal-ba). As you glide through the cave system you will be dazzled by the glistening crystalline rock formations and awed by the Mayan artifacts secretly tucked away in overhead alcoves.

Duration: Full Day with Lunch.
Shared Departures: Upon Request with 2 Minimum from Belize City, San Ignacio, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker.
Private Departures: Upon request from Mountain Pine Ridge.
Included: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; lunch at Belizean restaurant; soft beverage.
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Special Note: Canoes are self-paddled with 3-person capacity.
Xunantunich & Barton Creek Caves Canoe, Full Day With Lunch
Visit the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich (Maya for "Maiden of the Rock") which sits just inside the Western border of Belize to nearby Guatemala. Before reaching the entrance of this ancient city, your party will board a 19th century hand-cranked ferry which takes you across the Mopan River during which there is regular sighting of huge green iguanas. A short shuttle ride from the ferry brings you to the entrance of Xunantunich which is located on one of the highest plateaus in the area. After restroom break your group meets at the Visitor's Center for a historical presentation. During your archeological walk you will be looking out for birds and howler monkeys, and your guide will be pointing out interesting and important trees and plants (Copal, Ramon, Cotton, Allspice) which played a major role, both medicinally and as a food source, to the Maya in ancient times. Your walk back in time will include viewing of original carved monuments (stellae) which depict Maya rulers and warriors in their full regalia, as well as residential palaces for Maya elites. The highlight of your Maya exploration brings you to "El Castillo", the tallest of the temples at this site which is 130 feet from ground level. About half way up the temple you get to appreciate an astronomical carving unique to Xunantunich, depicting Maya gods that was discovered in the 1950s. If you decide to continue the upward walk to the peak of the temple you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Belize River Valley in the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala.Come back to present time for your onward journey for a lunch break at a Belizean restaurant in San Ignacio Town.

Next, we continue to Barton Creek Cave in Amish territory. Equipped with canoes (self-paddled) and high-powered lights we gently paddle into Xibalba (she-bal-ba). As you glide through the cave system you will be dazzled by the glistening crystalline rock formations and awed by the Mayan artifacts secretly tucked away in overhead alcoves.

Shared Departures: Upon Request with 2 Minimum from Belize City, San Ignacio, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker.
Private Departures: Upon request from Mountain Pine Ridge.
Duration: Full Day with Lunch.
Tour Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; lunch at Belizean restaurant; soft beverage.
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Special Note: Canoes are self-paddled with 3-person capacity.
Xunantunich & Barton Creek Caves Canoe, Private, Full Day With Lunch
Visit the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich (Maya for "Maiden of the Rock") which sits just inside the Western border of Belize to nearby Guatemala. Before reaching the entrance of this ancient city, your party will board a 19th century hand-cranked ferry which takes you across the Mopan River during which there is regular sighting of huge green iguanas. A short shuttle ride from the ferry brings you to the entrance of Xunantunich which is located on one of the highest plateaus in the area. After restroom break your group meets at the Visitor's Center for a historical presentation. During your archeological walk you will be looking out for birds and howler monkeys, and your guide will be pointing out interesting and important trees and plants (Copal, Ramon, Cotton, Allspice) which played a major role, both medicinally and as a food source, to the Maya in ancient times. Your walk back in time will include viewing of original carved monuments (stellae) which depict Maya rulers and warriors in their full regalia, as well as residential palaces for Maya elites. The highlight of your Maya exploration brings you to "El Castillo", the tallest of the temples at this site which is 130 feet from ground level. About half way up the temple you get to appreciate an astronomical carving unique to Xunantunich, depicting Maya gods that was discovered in the 1950s. If you decide to continue the upward walk to the peak of the temple you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Belize River Valley in the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala.Come back to present time for your onward journey for a lunch break at a Belizean restaurant in San Ignacio Town.

Next, we continue to Barton Creek Cave in Amish territory. Equipped with canoes (self-paddled) and high-powered lights we gently paddle into Xibalba (she-bal-ba). As you glide through the cave system you will be dazzled by the glistening crystalline rock formations and awed by the Mayan artifacts secretly tucked away in overhead alcoves.

Shared Departures: Upon Request with 2 Minimum from Belize City, San Ignacio, Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker.
Private Departures: Upon request from Mountain Pine Ridge.
Duration: Full Day with Lunch.
Tour Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; lunch at Belizean restaurant; soft beverage.
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Special Note: Canoes are self-paddled with 3-person capacity.
Xunantunich And Cave Tubing At Cave Branch Outpost, With Lunch
Embark on 2 hour drive from Belize City to Xunantunich (Maya for "Maiden of the Rock") which sits just inside the Western border of Belize to nearby Guatemala. Before reaching the entrance of this ancient city, your party will board a 19th century hand-cranked ferry which takes you across the Mopan River during which there is regular sighting of huge green iguanas. A short shuttle ride from the ferry brings you to the entrance of Xunantunich which is located on one of the highest plateaus in the area. After restroom break your group meets at the Visitor's Center for a historical presentation. During your archeological walk you will be looking out for birds and howler monkeys, and your guide will be pointing out interesting and important trees and plants (Copal, Ramon, Cotton, Allspice) which played a major role, both medicinally and as a food source, to the Maya in ancient times. Your walk back in time will include viewing of original carved monuments (stellae) which depict Maya rulers and warriors in their full regalia, as well as residential palaces for Maya elites. The highlight of your Maya exploration brings you to "El Castillo", the tallest of the temples at this site which is 130 feet from ground level. About half way up the temple you get to appreciate an astronomical carving unique to Xunantunich, depicting Maya gods that was discovered in the 1950s. If you decide to continue the upward walk to the peak of the temple you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Belize River Valley in the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala. Then board your tour van once again for drive to Caves Branch Outpost in the Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archeological Reserve. The Outpost is located a few hundred feet from the Caves Branch River and its winding waterway through the ancient caves once inhabited by the Maya. Your Cave Tubing adventures starts with gear fittings (personal tubes, hard-hat with headlamp and life vest) and then you set out on a nature walk where your guide will point out various plants, roots, and herbs once used by the ancient Maya, various species of birds as well as an introduction to Xibalba (she-bal-ba). The entrance tunnel that heads into the underground cave system is the start of an "eye opening" adventure. At the end of the walk your guide will conduct a safety briefing on proper cave exploration procedures and then you are ready to float on inflated inner tubes assisted by gentle currents taking you through the cave system. Intricate crystalline formations line the caves, and stalagmites and stalactites add to the serene opulence of nature. On occasion you will emerge into the sunlight only to enter into another cave system. Your journey ends with a free float on the open river as you head for lunch. Select your lunch from a wide range of buffet items from the "Canopy Café" at Caves Branch Outpost.

Duration: Full Day with Lunch.
Tour Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel; guided tour; park fee; Buffet Lunch at Canopy Café; soft beverage(iced tea and water).
Level of difficulty: Moderate - Participants should be in moderate physical condition with no physical limitations to participate.
Special Note: Age requirement - 8 years or older. Not recommended for non swimmers. A change of clothes, shoes and a towel is recommended
Xunantunich Maya Temples And Belize Zoo
Your adventure begins as you drive from Belize City on the Western Highway heading for the wildlife habitat known as The Belize Zoo. The Zoo was created as a sanctuary for the country's indigenous species and is now home for an impressive array of large cats, primates, reptiles and birds. A visit to the Zoo gives you the opportunity to see Belize's amazing wildlife in one location. Xunantunich (Maya for "Maiden of the Rock") sits just inside the Western border of Belize to nearby Guatemala. Before reaching the entrance of this ancient city, your party will board a 19th century hand-cranked ferry which takes you across the Mopan River during which there is regular sighting of huge green iguanas. A short shuttle ride from the ferry brings you to the entrance of Xunantunich which is located on one of the highest plateaus in the area. After restroom break your group meets at the Visitor's Center for a historical presentation. During your archeological walk you will be looking out for birds and howler monkeys, and your guide will be pointing out interesting and important trees and plants (Copal, Ramon, Cotton, Allspice) which played a major role, both medicinally and as a food source, to the Maya in ancient times. Your walk back in time will include viewing of original carved monuments (stellae) which depict Maya rulers and warriors in their full regalia, as well as residential palaces for Maya elites. The highlight of your Maya exploration brings you to "El Castillo", the tallest of the temples at this site which is 130 feet from ground level. About half way up the temple you get to appreciate an astronomical carving unique to Xunantunich, depicting Maya gods that was discovered in the 1950s. If you decide to continue the upward walk to the peak of the temple you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Belize River Valley in the Cayo District or nearby Guatemala.

Duration: Full day.
Inclusions: Transportation from/to hotel, guided tour, park fee, lunch at Belizean restaurant and soft beverage.
Level of difficulty: Low.