Jaguar Reserve Tour
A short 25 miles down the road from Placencia to the Cockscomb Basin is the world's only Jaguar National Reserve. You'll see rain forest inhabitants up close and personal along with a visitor's center that houses interesting ecology exhibits. Guides lead you through jungle trails and points out birds, plants, and animals along the way. You'll have the opportunity to swim under a waterfall to cool down before the concluding the tour. There may even be time to stop at a working banana plantation.
Blue Creek Cave Mayan Ruins Tour
Start by traveling to the Toledo District to explore one of the southern Mayan Ruins sites. Then continue onto the Mayan Village of Blue Creek and hike the Blue Creek Cave. There are so many options within the beautiful Toledo District. Within the Blue Creek Cave you’ll don a miner’s light and a life jacket to enter the cave through crystal clear water. These exciting tours are perfect for the adventurous spirit and a great experience to do as a large group or an individual.
Blue Hole National Park Guided Tour
Tours start with a scenic view up the Hummingbird Highway to the Blue Hole National Park, where the famous cathedral-like dry caves exist and are ready for your exploration. This National Park is home to one of Belize’s largest Mayan sites and one of the best preserved according to many archeologists. Bring your snorkel for the famous crystal clear waters of the Blue Hole, an azure blue swimming hole fringed with vines and ferns. The Blue Hole is fed by a stream which comes from St Herman's Cave. Conclude the tour with a summit of the 130-foot El Castillo for an amazing panoramic view!
Horseback Riding Tours
Amazing horseback riding tours lead by John Carr of the Banana Bank Equestrian Center. The center boasts about 50 well-kept, trained, mixed breed horses, (predominantly quarter horses). Ride along jungle trails, tropical rivers and Mayan ruins and enjoy the friendly people and exotic surroundings. This is definitely a popular way to make the most of a trip through the Belizean jungles.
Zipline Adventure Tours
Fly over the jungle on some of the longest zip lines in Belize. Soaring from tree to tree, you'll experience a bird's-eye view of the jungle, and scenery that cannot be seen from the ground. Guides typically lead visitors through basic zip line and rappelling procedures. Even if you're conquering your fear of heights, you won't want to miss these beautiful views and high speed transits throughout the jungle!
With such a diversity of habitats, Belize is home to over 570 species of birds. Beautiful and endangered species alike are able to be viewed. Tour guides are happy to assist you with your technical questions about birds, locations, and other details in order to make your trip the best bird watching experience you could possibly have in this beautiful country
If you want to truly experience tropical rain forest waterfall, there are great waterfall tours to visit a private waterfall which is situated in the heart of the Maya Mountains. The stream flowing from the waterfall with all its tranquility and beauty, all you hear is the sound of the waterfall! Reconnect with nature and explore the pristine jungle in pursuit of a great waterfall experience!
Cave Tubing Tours
Cave Tubing is one of the most popular excursions in Belize. So if you are looking for something fun and spectacular to do in Belize, this is it! Guided by Belizean tour guides, you will hike for about 30 minutes through the Belizean rainforest then tube down the refreshing Caves Branch River and through spectacular cave systems. It's an exciting adventure that you will always remember.