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Must Do Mainland Tours!

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Zipline Tour

Belize Cave Tubing & Zip Line - Everyone's Favorite Adventure!

Grab a tube and head off on one of Belize’s most popular adventures!

Start with a jungle trail walk learning about the medicinal and traditional uses of the rainforest plants and trees. Explore a dry cave en-route to the cave entrance. Then enter an exciting realm where rivers disappear into the underworld as you float on inner tubes with only your headlamp to lead the way. Follow or precede this with your Belize Zipline tour through the broadleaf rainforest.

What to wear?

  • Cap, sunblock, bug repellent
  • T-shirt and shorts or swimsuit, towel and change of clothes
  • Water shirt, water shoes can come in handy
Cave Tubing

Belize Cave Tubing & Xunantunich

The “Maiden of the Rock” is a Classic period ceremonial center, with large plazas ringed with pyramids. The center is composed of six major plazas highlighting the steep but short 130ft climb to the top of “El Castillo”, the main temple at Xunantunich ruins.

Enjoy a Cave Tubing adventure on your way back to Belize City.

Location: Succotz Village, Western Highway

Level: Easy – Moderate (some walking & stair climbing)

What to wear?

  • Bring along sunshades, cap, sunblock, bug repellent
  • T-shirt and shorts or swimsuit, towel and change of clothes
  • Water shirt, water shoes can come in handy
Lamanai Tour

Lamanai Mayan Temple

Lamanai’s setting in the New River Lagoon, with only jungle for miles around, gives it a special quality. Enjoy a scenic boat ride down the New River with your knowledgeable guide. This site features the second largest Pre-Classic structure in the Maya world and the view across the surrounding forest from atop the temple is magnificent.

Location: Orange Walk District

Level: Easy – Moderate (walking and climbing)

What to wear?

  • Bring along sunshades, cap, sunblock, bug repellent
ATM Cave Tour

Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave)

A 45-minute jungle trek including river crossings, gets you to the “Cave of the Stone Sepulcher”, one of the most impressive caves in the Maya Lowland. The cave system consists of a series of chambers, ending in a large Cathedral where human sacrificial remains and artifacts can be viewed in their original context.

Location: Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve, Western Highway

Level: Moderate to Challenging (but do-able!)

Please don’t bring expensive or priceless jewelry or items that could get lost in the jungle, river and cave!

What to wear?

  • Sunshades, Sunblock, Repellent
  • Sturdy walking shoes, No flip flops, Socks are mandatory!