Gliding over 1,750 feet above the canopy of our rainforest, this tour gives you a unique perspective on Belize. Lots of fun and adventure and a real adrenaline rush!
Our first stop on this day tour, the newly excavated ancient Mayan site of Caracol is located deep in the Chiquibul Rainforest. The Mayans once ruled over the areas surrounding Tikal in Guatemala, and the ruins date back to the 7th century AD. The tour also visits the Rio Frio Cave where ancient Mayans once performed religious rituals. Finally, the tour stops at Rio On, where adventurers can swim in the cool, refreshing waters.
This full-day tour starts with a canoe ride down the Macal River, which flows through the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena, allowing visitors to observe a variety of local birds, orchids and green iguanas in their natural habitat. You will then head for lunch at one of San Ignacio’s local restaurants. The tour later continues to the archaeological site of Xunantunich, one of whose highlights is a wonderful view of El Castillo. At 130 feet above the main plaza, this site consists of 6 major Mayan plazas and 25 temples.
You will be driven to the stable in San Antonio, 30 minutes from the lodge. From there, gallop through the rainforest, visiting Mayan plazas and ceremonial sites, including Skeleton Cave. Stop to do some cave exploration and learn about the area’s biodiversity from our knowledgeable guide, then finish the day at Big Rock Falls, where you can take a refreshing dip before heading back to the lodge.
Float on rubber tubes over crystal-clear waters, through majestic caverns with breathtaking stalagmite and stalactite formations. This tour is only available in combination with transfers between Belize City and the lodge.
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