Whether seeking extreme adventures or a camping retreat each region of Belize offers many treasures to explore. Visit Altun Ha Maya site, or explore the ancient Maya city of Lamanai, cruising along the New River and spotting exotic wildlife as you make your way toward the awe-inspiring archaeological site. Go cave tubing and ziplining, two of the most popular activities people from all over the world come to experience in Belize. Hike through the lush jungle of the foothills of the Maya Mountains to see the flora and fauna, or float on tubes through a large cave system past the stalagmite and stalactite formations; then get your adrenaline pumping on a seven-line zipline adventure.
ATV Jungle Tours
for those who like a good adrenaline-pumping adventure or for the outdoor enthusiast who just likes to have a good time on ATV vehicles. You will be thrilled and fascinated by the great exciting views in the jungle. This will be one of the most wonderful experiences to take with you.
The major highlight of the sanctuary is the troops of black Howler monkey that typically live in groups of 4-12 individuals with a dominant male heading the troop. The monkeys are strictly vegetarian - eating leaves, flowers and fruits.
The Belize Zoo & Tropical Education Centre
exhibiting over 175 animals and representing over 45 native species. The Belize Zoo is located near mile 30 on the Western Highway. Educate yourself on all the different animals that are in Belize.
Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary
consists of over 285 species of birds, including the majestic jabiru stork that feed and nest in this protected wetland ecosystem; it is also home to Howler monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas and turtles.
Come and enjoy our caves and the history behind each one. The different cave systems range from easy walks to challenging hikes that can often turn into squeezes, crawls, climbs, rappels and swims.
This exciting experience is where the adventurer gets a true bird’s eye view of the pristine jungle while feeling the exhilaration of zipping along on a set of cables, from treetop to treetop.
Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary
the 100,000 acre sanctuary contains tropical forests that rise to the summit of Victoria Peak which is approximately 3,675 ft. Established in 1984 to protect a large jaguar population and other wildlife, it is also known as “The Jaguar Preserve”
Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave)
Hike through the lush Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve, swim into the cave, and then unto the underground realm once held scared by the ancient Maya.
Explore our Maya history as you walk among the ancient Mayan Sites, such as Lamanai, Caracol, Altun Ha, Xuanantunich, Cahal Pech, Nim Li Punit, Cerros ,Lubaantun and many more!
The Belize Museum was first a Prison that housed criminals until 2002 then it was converted to a museum; with the entire rich heritage inside, it would be a crime to miss it. The Belize Museum offers many interesting facts when it comes to the history, culture, activities, and novels! View the earliest stamp of Belize depicting Queen Victoria (1837). Walk into a well-preserved jail cell and feel like an inmate and amaze your eyes on the Buenavista Vase that depicts the mythical Maya Hero Twins dancing in victory over the Lords of Xibalba.
Fly over the Blue Hole
inside the largest living Barrier Reef in the world lays a staggering 400-Ft drop into deep ocean. Absorb the stunning natural beauty of Belize's great Blue Hole on a unique tour from above in one of several aircraft options. You'll soak up aerial views of the Turneffe Atoll, the Great Barrier Reef and watch in awe as the turquoise sea turns a deep navy at the majestic Blue Hole.
Belize has roughly 386 km of coastline approximately 450 islands dotting the Belize Barrier Reef, which is the largest in the western hemisphere. The breath-taking scenes will have you amazed and excited to take our island tours and enjoy the fun water activities we have to offer!