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Kawiil Tours

San Ignacio 18.0 mi away
#16 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
You cannot go in this cave without a guide, and Luis was very friendly and knowledgable - if you want to see the ATM caves, I would definitely recommend booking the ATM cave tour with Kawiil Tours and Luis.
Luis is a phenomenal guide; approachable, helpful, friendly and exceptionally knowledgeable about the history of the Mayan people, artifacts, plants and science.
#1 of 3 things to do in Camelote
The tour is a great mixture of walking/swimming through a river inside the cave - the temperature is very comfortable - , a small climb inside the cave and a tour of Mayan artifacts and human remains.
Amazingly beautiful cave with stalagtites, mites, columns and crystal formations and huge rooms with artifacts and skeletal remains dating back to 550 AD.
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Big Rock Falls

Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve 18.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve
While staying at Gaia River Lodge a short distance away, four of us recently grabbed some mountain bikes from the lodge and rode over to Big Rock Falls where we hiked down to the water.
So, I've spent many a day driving, hiking and exploring Mountain Pine Ridge (the area in Belize where Big Rock Falls is located) and I must admit I hadn't ventured to this spot previously.
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Cave Tubing.Bz

Belize City 11.2 mi away
#30 of 30 things to do in Belize City
Carlos was a Hilarious and knowledgeable tour guide and the trip to the ruins and waterfall was so amazing.
The entire team from the zip lining crew to WALTER who stayed with us through out our adventure and made sure we had a blast was amazing.

AJAW Chocolate & Crafts

San Ignacio 18.0 mi away
#16 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
If you make arrangements a day ahead of time Adrian will drive you the 5 miles to the ranch and walk you through the banana, chocolate, coconut, tangerine, and other fruit orchid.
He cut open a pod right there off a tree and we tasted it, had some fresh bananas and coconut and then back to the shop to grind the cacao nibs and make REAL hot chocolate.
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Rio On Pools

Augustine 21.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Augustine
This is the perfect spot to stop after the long drive to Caracol! Easy to get to, as it is right off the main road and only a short easy walk from where you park down to the river.
Large granite rocks create a pool from waterfall at this off the beaten track park.
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#16 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
All the while Carlos was quite an easy conversationalist, he spoke knowledgeably on both Mayan and Belizean history, pointed out natural plant medicines on the jungle hike to the cave and was always laughing and q...
The ATM tour is an awesome experience with Carlos as your guide.

Actun Tunichil Muknal

Cayo 8.7 mi away
#2 of 48 things to do in Cayo
The tour is a great mixture of walking/swimming through a river inside the cave - the temperature is very comfortable - , a small climb inside the cave and a tour of Mayan artifacts and human remains.
He was very knowledgeable and encouraging as we forded the river (3 times in and 3 times back), swam through the cave entrance (and a few other areas, depending on your height), and climbed through and up many rocks.
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The Belize Zoo

La Democracia 18.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in La Democracia
We saw pumas, a jaguar (hard to see in the wild since they are nocturnal), deer, tapirs, jagurandi, owls, eagles, snakes, crocodiles, javalina, ocelots, coatamundis, howler and spider monkeys, and others.
The zoo environment is in the jungle... the animals are all endemic to Belize complete with Jaguars, Howler Monkeys, other wild cats, Belize crocs, countless birds and more.
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MayaWalk Tours

San Ignacio 18.0 mi away
#16 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
Our Guided tours of Tikal, Caracol, Rio Frio Cave ATM Cave, Cave Tubing, Zip Lining, swim at Rio On Pools - we did it all and at every corner our expectations were exceeded.
They were able to accommodate a direct local pick-up from our AirBNB in Santa Elena, provided lunches included in the price both days, and had knowledgeable guides who were clearly passionate about history and cul...
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Xunantunich

Cayo 24.3 mi away
#1 of 48 things to do in Cayo
Mayan Ruins, Wild Life, Amazing Jungle, Spectacular Views, Beautiful River with Birds, Butterflies, a History Lesson, Mayan Culture and Great Guides... Truly a Rewarding Trip !
... sore from climbing!Once you reach the highest mayan temple youll be able to see Guatemala and have a beauiful view!I recommend going on excursion thats this mayan temple and either the Belize zoo or cave tubing!
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Butts Up Cave Tubing

Belize City 11.3 mi away
#30 of 30 things to do in Belize City
these guys are amazing there was 16 of us and they made each one of us feel special they had great stories of the history and culture, amazing tomales and cashew wine is a must to try.
my husband and I went cruising to belize, iam 74 hubby 72 what fun we had with patato and checo , are tour guides they made the tour fun, we also went zip lining ,well that was trilling also ,,would do it again if...

Barton Creek Cave

Cayo 12.1 mi away
#8 of 48 things to do in Cayo
There are many caves to visit in Belize, but this one allows you to sit in a boat and be guided through the natural wonders of a limestone cave with a fabulous history of Mayan archaeology.
This cave was a Mayan ceremonial site where human sacrifice was carried out, so on top of the amazing cave formations, the cave contains artifacts and human remains.
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Blue Hole National Park

Belmopan 1.9 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Belmopan
Blue Hole National Park is an excellent park for thrill seekers as this place offers hiking, rock climbing and mountain climbing, bike trekking and swimming.
It is easily accessible on the Hummingbird Highway, St Herman's National Park host Inland Blue Hole and St. Herman's cave , crystal cave etc.
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#8 of 16 things to do in San Ignacio
Wonderful paintings and prints on display in Walter's workshop.