As we said, we love Ambergris Caye and think you should spend all your time here, but we also appreciate all that the mainland has to offer.
We will pick up up from your hotel in the morning, take you to pick up breakfast and ensure you are on time for your flight or ferry departure. You will be met on the mainland by an experienced local guide who will drive you to each of your activities. For Zip-lining and cave tubing your guide will introduce you to the teams that will be instructing and guiding those experiences. Your guide will be waiting for you after your adventures. You will also make a stop for lunch in between adventures–your exact itinerary for the day may be determined by weather conditions. At the end of your day your mainland guide will return you to either the ferry or airport for the trip back to Ambergris Caye where we will be waiting to take you back to your resort.
Tell us what you want to do and how you want to get there–boat or plane–and we will make the arrangements.
Altun Ha is located 31 miles north of Belize City and offers approximately 3 square miles of Mayan ruins and structures. Archaeologists only began working at Altun Ha in 1963.
Xunantunich means stone woman in Maya. The site is located above the Mopan River in western Belize, approximately 70 miles west of Belize City and less than a mile from the Guatemalan border. This cite served as a ceremonial center.
Lamanai–submerged crocodile in Maya–lies along the New River within the rainforest of central Belize. Due to its location on the river, this site was one of the longest continually occupied cities.
Explore the underground caves of Belize from the comfort of your tube and learn the secrets of the Mayan underworld.
Sail along the top of the rainforest as you enjoy the adrenaline rush.
The Belize zoo is home to 175 animals including 45 native species-among the population are animals were orphaned, rescued, born at the zoo, rehabilitated, as well as donations from other zoological institutions.
Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave) is a Maya archaeological site near San Ignacio. While exploring this site you will encounter skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware.
So what’ll it be? One of the Mayan Ruins–Altun Ha, Lamanai, or Xunantunich? Or do you feel the need for speed and want to try cave tubing or zip-lining. Oh, don’t forget about a visit to the world-class Belize Zoo. All tour pricing includes hotel pick up, breakfast, lunch, equipment (if necessary), transportation, any park or entrance fees, and tax. You will be accompanied by an experienced tour guide throughout your adventure.