Getting to the ATM Cave
First and foremost, the Belize ATM Cave tour normally starts from San Ignacio town. Our company, with the request from guest, now been offering pickup at places out of town; at almost all resort. Nevertheless, the typical tour starts from San Ignacio and takes the George Price Highway to the village of Teakettle. Here our company may board other guest that may have booked and drive themselves to our meeting point in the village. Hereafter you’ll embark on a 7 mile off road ride arriving at the natural park, parking lot. Once you’re there you’ll withdrew yourself from the vehicle and the guide will give his briefing about the do’s and don’t of the tour. The travel time for this portion of the ATM Cave tour takes approximately one hour. Could be more if there may be some waiting time during pickups at guest hotels.
The ATM Cave Tour
Now you’re at the parking lot, and the guide talking, but you’re all excited and want to see the ATM Cave. But hold your horses, you’ll get there within the next few minutes. Thereafter, you’ll embark on a 45 minutes rigorous jungle hike. While hiking you’ll experience some river crossing; river crossing can be up to waste and chest height. In addition, guest can also experience some exotic Flora and Fauna of Belize.
Before you knew it we’re at the entrance of the ATM Cave tour. At this point you’ll be encourage to timely step over the rocks as you surge towards and into the water for a swim. Yes swimming, will be the only way to enter the cave as you explore the first chamber. In case you can’t swim, our experience ATM Cave tour guide have developed ways and means to assist those that are not great swimmers. In fact we provide life jackets to guest. Another key point you’ll get an experience as well.
Finally, what you’ve all been waiting for, you’re inside the Cave. First section guest will experience extra large stalagmite and stalactite as well as dazzling formations on the flooring and walls of the cave. As you explore the ATM Cave further embrace yourself for the creepiest. Then you’ll come upon unbelizeable things like human remains, Mayan pottery, and of course other Mayan artifacts. In reality saying it is easy, seeing it may be unbelievable.
What to wear for the ATM Cave Tour:
- Swim shorts
- Tennis Shoes w/ Socks (MUST Have Socks)
What to bring for the ATM Cave Tour:
- Extra Set of Dry Clothing
- Footwear of Choice (No Heels)
- Backpack (w/ items needed)
- NO SUNBLOCK
What’s Included in the ATM Cave Tour:
- Specialize Tour Guide
- Entrance Fees
- Lunches w/ Small Water
- Equipment (Helmets & Lights)
- All Taxes