Belize Adventure Tours

ATM Cave Tour


Located in San Ignacio Belize is the world’s most exclusive cave. The Actun Tunichil Muknal cave, better known as the ATM Cave tour. What pictures may show would be just a glimpse of what exceptional and unique would look like.

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Caracol Tour


Caracol Belize, the largest archaeological site in the country. Located approximately 50 miles out of San Ignacio town in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve. Due to its distant location, many have been unable to reach the hidden gem.

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Cave Tubing Belize


Belize has three major Caves, and one of the most popular would be the Cave Tubing Belize tour. The beauty about this San Ignacio tour is the availability of making it a combo with the Belize Zoo, Zip Line, or Xunantunich Mayan temples.

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Tikal Guatemala


Belize tours to Tikal Guatemala from San Ignacio goes daily with a minimum of 2 persons. The adventure stars from 7:30 am from San Ignacio town with pickups at your hotel. You can do just a day tour or guest have the option to overnight in Tikal

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Barton Creek Cave Tour


Located in San Ignacio Belize is the world’s earliest explored cave. This is the Barton Creek Cave Tour, better known as the cave canoeing adventure. An adventure tour that rated for all ages. It requires little to no physical and astonishingly beautiful from within.

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Xunantunich Mayan Temples


Xunantunich Mayan Temples would be classified as the second closest Belize adventure near San Ignacio. The tour can be conducted with a local tour guide as well as from the mount of a horseback. Xunantunich being excavated to this day…

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Cahal Pech Adventure

Cahal Pech Mayan temples can be found in San Ignacio town itself, being within the towns limits. It may be considered one of the smallest archaeological site that have been excavated. But, it’s exceptionally unique with its plazas and ball court.

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