Cave Tubing and the Blue Hole in Belize

Combine cave tubing and cave exploration to explore this incredible river cave system where ancient Maya Ceremonial centers, pottery, artifacts, altars, obsidian blood letting blades, jade and the actual footprints of the Shaman and priests dated to 400 A.D. are still seen. This cave system is like nothing you’ve experienced before; certainly not like the caves in the US! It is awe-inspiring!

The cave tubing takes about 2 1⁄2 hours. You’ll walk through the first part of the cave system, then jump in some tubes and float back. It’s a very enjoyable experience! Enjoy a swim in the Blue Hole after that! (Not the big one in the sea!) Price includes park entrance fee. Local lunch is available for usd $5 per plate – just let us know if you’d like it! If you have any interest in seeing Mayan Ruins, we highly recommend combining the two adventures! (See prices above in the Mayan Ruins section.)

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ATM Mayan cave in Belize

One of the most spectacular adventures in all of Belize – we’ve never sent anyone who didn’t come back and say “wow!” Discover the world of the ancient Maya as you pass through the hourglass- shaped opening of the beautiful Actun Tunichil Muknal cave. ATM “The Cave of the Stone Sepulcher” is one of the most thrilling caving experiences Belize has to offer, bringing you face to face with incredible archaeological relics.

This is an active adventure trip; you will spend some 3 hours in this cave system and 45 minutes hiking through the rain forest, crossing the river three times. You will have a short swim at the cave entrance; thereafter you will often be walking through the cave in water ranging from your knee to your waist, and in a few instances water may reach to your chest. There are a few tight spaces within the cave and at one point you will climb a ladder to an upper chamber in order to see the “Crystal Maiden”. We recommend bringing an extra pair of socks, which you will need to wear in this upper chamber.

Wear: Short pants and T-shirt (you will not be allowed to enter with only your bathing suit), some type of closed-toe water shoes (Chacos, Tevas, Keens, etc), a pair of dry socks and a set of dry clothes. Optional: Sun block, repellent, and rain jacket. NO cameras allowed, however, the guides should be able to provide you with some photographs.

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Snorkel the Barrier Reef near Hopkins, Belize

Gear up with your snorkeling gears and get a fish-eye view of one of the most gorgeous reefs in the world! Yes. We are talking about Belize. Don’t know how to snorkel? Well, no prior snorkeling experience is necessary when we arrange your snorkeling trip – our guides are highly trained, very experienced, and very patient! Hang with them and you’ll be a pro in no time! A spectacular, relaxing day that you’ll never forget. You’ll leave at 8:45, snorkel from the boat at the reef, go to a gorgeous beach caye for lunch (usually Southwater Caye) where you can snorkel from the shore or lounge under the coconut trees. Then you’ll snorkel at another spot on the reef and come home around 3-3:30 pm. A half-day snorkel leaves at 7:45 and is back by 11:30ish.

Snorkel near Hopkins, Belize