Cayo District
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Our most recommended Cayo District Jungle Tours

  • From San Ignacio: Xunantunich Mayan Tour & Optional Combos

    1. From San Ignacio: Xunantunich Mayan Tour & Optional Combos

    Start your tour with hotel pickup from San Ignacio, then take a 15-minute drive to Xunantunich. First, embark on a 2-hour guided tour of the Xunantunich archaeological site, which was a unique Mayan ceremonial center. Discover the 6 major plazas surrounded by more than 25 temples and palaces with time to climb the different structures. Admire the large El Castillo Pyramid which is well known for the frieze or band of stucco decoration which at one time extended around the entire temple. El Castillo rises 130 feet above the main plaza and offers an impressive panoramic view over the Mopan River valley.  After this, combine your visit with a range of optional activities to choose from. Cave Tubing:  Start your adventure at No'och Che'en National Park with a hike through the subtropical forest. As you sit and enjoy the tubing downstream, the journey will take you through ...

    Leo was an amazing tour guide. Very detailed and provided many great historical facts.

  • Belize City: Cave Tubing & Zipline Adventure Tour

    2. Belize City: Cave Tubing & Zipline Adventure Tour

    Meet your guide at the Cruise Ship Terminal, San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi or in your hotel lobby, depending on option selection. Board an air-conditioned vehicle and head to the caves on a 1-hour narrated tour of the country, local customs, and natural scenery.  When you arrive at the cave site, change into your swimsuit and get kitted out with helmets, headlights, life vests, and inner tubes for the cave tubing. Then, take a short hike in the jungle for about 25 to 30 minutes to get to the entrance of the caves, crossing the river a few times. As you begin tubing inside the cave, stay connected to all the tubes as your guide takes you along the route. Marvel as they point out natural rock formations, bats, stalagmites, and stalagmites. Then, emerge from the cave and enjoy an open river float for another 15 to 20 minutes. Keep your eyes peeled in the trees as it's possible to se...

    Dennis is amazing! Zip lining was a rush, but I really enjoyed tubing more. Great time...highly recommend!

  • San Ignacio: Crystal Cave & Blue Hole National Park + Lunch

    3. San Ignacio: Crystal Cave & Blue Hole National Park + Lunch

    Get an early start and depart from San Ignacio at 7:30 AM. Drive out to St Herman's Blue Hole National Park, known for its lush rainforest and intricate system of interconnected caves and azure freshwater pools. Begin your adventure through the park with a rainforest hike that will end at the entrance to the Crystal Cave system. Embark on a spelunking expedition through the series of limestone caverns that the Mayans treated as a natural pantheon. Admire the beautiful stalactites, stalagmites, flow stones, rock columns, crystalline formations, and Mayan artifacts adorning the interior of the caves. Let your guide show you the evidence of ritual ceremonies that took place thousands of years ago, including pottery, fire pits, charcoal ash, and human remains. Step into Wonderland, an aptly-named chamber deep in the earth with walls covered in shimmering crystals. Spend anywhere from 3–5 ho...

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What people are saying about Cayo District

Ellos was great guide. Was very knowledgeable and responsive. Mary the owner of the horses was very nice and concerned for our safety

Dennis is amazing! Zip lining was a rush, but I really enjoyed tubing more. Great time...highly recommend!

10/10 recommend... Cisco (I think that's how you spell it) was awesome and answered all our questions.

Leo was an amazing tour guide. Very detailed and provided many great historical facts.

The cave tubing was the best. Had so much fun. And our guide Fred was amazing