Prices are in US dollars, per person, and subject to change. Price includes lunch, but not entrance fees. Since we don't take a commission, you will get the best prices for tours through us. We ask you to pay the tour operator directly. For some tours, this might require cash or travelers checks. Tours must be set up a day in advance. There is a cancellation fee if you cancel a trip less than 24 hours in advance. Most trips require a minimum of 4 people.

For a more detailed description of the tours below, click on the name to take you to the website link.

Snorkeling/Diving - crystal clear waters teaming with colorful fish and coral out at many different cayes. Your tour guide will decide the best place to take you, depending on the weather. Ask us for our fish cards to help you identify all the amazing things you will see on your adventure. These trips are all day trips from 9am to 3pm. Scuba divers require PADI certification. We recommend using Sea Horse Dive Shop for your adventures.

Cockscomb Basin/ Jaguar Preserve - Located at the Maya Ceant. Hike through beautiful rain forest with a naturalist guide to explain the workings and creatures of the jungle. Tour includes a refreshing swim at the waterfall. After lunch, enjoy a cooling tube float down the river, seeing the jungle from a different perspective.

Monkey River - explore this jungle river by boat as your guide points out birds, iguanas, howler monkeys and other wildlife. A hike through the forest is an optional part of this trip. Lunch is enjoyed at a local restaurant and the tour concludes in search of manatee.

Southern Ruins & Blue Creek Wet-Caves - see the ruins of Nim Li Punit, a ceremonial site of the late classic period. Enjoy lunch at a Mayan Village before hiking up the riverbed to the Blue Creek Caves. Here you put on headlamps and life jackets and swim/hike to a waterfall inside the cave. Coming out just kick back and relax as you float through the cave. An optional alternative is Nim Li Punit & Lubaantun Ruins.

Lubaantun and Chocolate Facorty- visit the southern Maya ruin of Lubaantun where the "Crystal Skull" was found. Then visit a coca farm and make chocolate as the Maya did by hand.

Xunantunich Maya Ruins & Blue Hole - Enjoy the scenic drive through the rolling Maya Mountains. Climb the temples at "shoo-nahn-too-nitch" located in San Ignacio (about a 3 hour drive). Stop off at the Blue Hole for a refreshing swim in the jungle. Lunch at a local restaurant.

Xunantunich Maya Ruin & Cave Tubing - After
"shoo-nahn-too-nitch", Continue on to experience the full world of the Maya as you float through the Maya underworld. Lunch at a local restaurant.

Red Bank Scarlet Macaw - This is a seasonal trip offered approximately mid-January to mid-March.

Actuan Tunichil Muknal (ATM caves) - Explore these caves once used by the ancient Maya for ritualistic purposes from about 300-900 AD. View skeletal remains of sacrifices along with a variety of stone artifacts and animal remains, as featured on National Geographic Explorer. Gear up for an invigorating swim at the entrance of the majestic caves.

Bocawina Zip Line and Bocawina Waterfall Rappel (100') - soar with the birds on the longest zip line in Belize! Hike to Bocawina Falls for an exhilarating rappel off the face of the waterfall.

Jaguar Paw Zip Line and Cave Tubing: Soar over the Rain Forest Canopy. Tube past an underground waterfall into a spiritual place used the the ancient Maya.

Sailing - Belize Sailing Charters offers group sailing charters and private sailing charters. Half day and full day. Charters include snacks, complimentary ship's bar, sailing lessons, snorkeling, fishing and kayaking. Full day charters include lunch. Daytripper Catamaran provides sailing, snorkeling, fishing, and island hopping on a 27 foot catamaran. Plenty of room for relaxing whether you are looking for shade or sun. Price options with or without lunch. Gear not included.

Fishing - Trips to the cayes & reef $350 per boat.

More information about most of these tours can be found here with Trip N Travel.