Glide 1,750 feet above the canopy of the Belizean rainforest and take in a 360 view of the lush greenery beneath. Don’t blink as you might miss the moment, zooming between the Maya Mountains surrounding you. River below, sky above and forest in between, this adrenaline-rushed adventure is unmatchable.
Located in the Cayo District, the archaeological site Xunantunich is an excellent tour for all ages. Xunantunich, which translates to “Maiden of the Rock”, is best known for El Castillo, the second- highest structure in Belize. This site consists of six major Mayan plazas and 25 temples. Highlights include stelae carved into the facade of the Mayan temples and amazing views for those adventurous enough to scale to the top.
The Ceremonial Cave is an intense adventure that starts with a hike and leads you to the underworld of the ancient Maya. Located behind the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, the cave is reserved exclusively for guests of The Belize Collection. You’ll get an intimate look into the past lives of the Maya civilization through the pottery, tools, and even skeletal remains left behind by the Maya who used the cave for religious ceremonies. The cave is a haven of geological finds, filled with stalactites, stalagmites, and crystal curtains formed thousands of years ago. Enter the cave believed to be the portal to the underworld for a life-changing experience.
Explore the trails with your newest companion who’s rearing and ready to go. Horseback riding is excellent for riders of all ages and experience levels. Let your guide know what you’re comfortable with, and he’ll be sure to teach you how to have a steady and safe ride. Your horse is already familiar with the jungle trails that she’ll take you through so just hold tight and look forward to the ride. You’ll cross two creeks so your horse can stop and take a drink and enter a clearing where you can walk, trot, or canter – whatever your preference may be.
This tour begins with a 10-minute drive up the scenic Hummingbird Highway to the Blue Hole National Park. Your guide will lead you through a 10-minute hike through the jungle to the entrance of St. Herman’s Cave. Enter the exciting world of rivers disappearing into the underworld as you float on inner tubes with only your headlamp to light your way. Enjoy floating past side windows that filter the jungle light through the mist as you swirl around stalagmites jutting from the river and stalactites looming from above.
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