MAINLAND ADVENTURES

Mayan Ruins, Ziplining, Cave Tours and More

By Boat

Take a boat back to the mainland to enjoy these amazing mainland adventures.

  • LAMANAI - (Submerged Crocodile) - This site is the oldest continuously occupied Maya sites in Belize.  In addition to Mayan buildings sites Lamanai also includes the remains of a 19th century sugar mill and charred remains of two 16th century Catholic Churches.  Take a boat from San Pedro and run up one of the mainland's many river systems.  If you are lucky a dolphin may escort your way.  From here you will take a bus to another boat to the dock at Lamanai.  It is an all day..amazing adventure.

  • ALTUN HA - 31 Miles north of Belize City and is the closest site to the Cayes.  The area around Altun Ha is rich in wildlife and boasts 2 main plazas. 

  • Take the water taxi back to Belize City and visit the local Museum before heading back home.

By Air:

Fly back to the mainland to discover the magic of Belize.  Many adventures can be combined to create a whole day of adventures

  • LAMANAI - (Submerged Crocodile) - This site is the oldest continuously occupied Maya sites in Belize.  In addition to Mayan buildings the Lamanai site also includes the remains of a 19th century sugar mill and charred remains of two 16th century Catholic Churches.

  • ALTUN HA - 31 Miles north of Belize City and is the closest site to the Cayes.  The area around Altun Ha is rich in wildlife and boasts 2 main plazas. 

  • XUNANTUNICH - (Maiden of the Rock) This ruin is located across the river from the village of San Jose Succotz.  It can be reached by a hand crank water Ferry.  The temples offer amazing views of the entire river valley.  This site was completely covered upon exit of the Mayans which left this site well preserved for the people of today.

  • CARACOL - (Shell) Located in the Mayan Mountains this site was discovered in 1938.  Caracol remains one of the more difficult ruins in Belize to access but offers visitors the chance to travel on one of the more scenic roads in Belize.

  • CAHAL PECH - Cahal Pech was settled around 1000BC  and abandoned by 800 AD.  This site boasts 7 plazas and over 30 structures. One of the temples commands the best view of the Belize River Valley.

  • ATM CAVES - (Mayan Underworld)  The ATM cave tour is a hiking and adventure experience like no other.  this tour combines a jungle hiking experience with an archaeological tour of a cave the Mayans used hundreds of years ago.  Mayan artifacts line this cave to this day.  Both National Geographic and the Discovery channels have done documentaries about this spectacular cave.  It is ranked one of the Top Ten Caves in the World.

  • RIO ON POOLS - Natural swimming pools and waterfalls cascading over rock formation.  An excellent add on tour to some Mayan adventures. 

  • ZIP LINING - Head to the Rain Forest and experience the lush tropical rain forest, majestic trees, and biodiversity.  Zip lining gives you the best way to discover Belize's beautiful jungle canopy.  

  • CAVE TUBING - Great Adventure through through Belize's Jungle Path to a clear water river.  Here you Tube through one of Belize's cave system.  A relaxing refreshing adventure. 

  • HIKING AND RAPPELLING - Black Hole Rappelling and Jungle Hiking

  • BABOON SANCTUARY - The Community Baboon Sanctuary was originated when several small communities came together to protect the Black Howler Monkeys.

  • HORSEBACK RIDING - Ride Horses though the Jungle

  • ATV RIDING - Ride 4 Wheelers through the Jungle

  • BELIZE ZOO - Today this Zoo offers a sanctuary to over 200 animals and 45 native species.