Our team will greet you at Belize International Airport and will transfer you to your Hotel in Cayo District
Lodging in a hotel in San Ignacio District
9:00 am- Transfer to Cahal Pech Archaeological Site (30 min), it is small site and nearby in the vicinity of San Ignacio, known with its best feature of lots of shade trees which gives the environment an exclusive site and makes it a cool day.
Upon arrival to the site we will start the archaeological exploration in one of the oldest Mayan ruins on the planet, vivid with a contrast between the town and the jungle that makes your journey an idle experience while you enter in an atmosphere where life remains in its natural state and antique monuments become the silent testimony of a dynamic civilization that once existed.
After you will visit Xunantunich Archaeological Site, which is located across the green crystalline waters of the Mopan River; it's the largest ceremonial center in the Belize River Valley, located on a natural limestone ridge providing a fantastic panoramic scene of the surrounding of the country from its hilltop location.
You will enjoy your tour through one of the most important sites in Belize, dating with an essentially classic period ceremonial centre with three ceremonial plazas enclosed by house mounds, pyramids, and palaces, the largest decorated castle with stucco friezes and masks of Classic style.
In the evening transfer back to the hotel.
9:00 am- Transfer to the Site, the "Cave of the Stone Sepulcher" is one of the most impressive caves in the Maya Lowland. Located in the heart of the Belizean Rainforest, this cave was a sacred place to the prehistoric Maya of Belize.
Upon arrival you will be outfitted in the necessary equipment for the Caving Adventure. During 3 hours climbing and caving activities will be essence you will enjoy.
You will be delighted with this amazing cave which comprises of a cave system with a series of chambers, ending in a 300 by 50 meter Cathedral where sacrificial ceremonies once took place. Where you will be able to travel into the Mayan past and witness a living museum where the human sacrifices and artifacts can be viewed in their original context.
Later on an exciting drive to the trail ahead, a 45 minutes trek through the dense Jungle in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve and wade across three streams, learning about the plants and animals of the Jungle will be an important activity.
Transfer back to the hotel.
Early Transfer to the Mountain Pine Ridge Area, an astonishing landscape of rolling pine forest spread over smooth granite hillsides, a slightly bizarre area with battalions of uniform pine sporadically dissected by fire breaks and broadleaf gallery forest.
A journey to the Thousand Foot Falls, a stream plummets 1,400 feet into a fern and pine tree lined gorge. Look for the rare Orange-breasted Falcon, the King Vulture, White-tail Deer, and Brocket Deer. Drive to the Rio Frio Cave and hike through the huge cavernous tunnel alongside the Rio Frio River. Drive to the Rio On pools and cascades where guests can cool off swimming in the cool pools or by sitting in their own natural Jacuzzi. Guests can also slide down a natural water slide or get a hydro-massage under a waterfall.
After this exciting tour an hour transfer to to the archaeological site of Caracol the tour starts in the largest archeological site in Belize, covering 30 square miles wide, high canopy jungle, and includes five plazas, an astronomic observatory and over 35,000 buildings that have been identified. The loftiest among them, a massive pyramid (Caana) capped by three temples and rises over 140 feet above the jungle floor.
Transfer back to the hotel.
9:00 am- Transfer to the Butterfly farm and Green Hills, here you will enjoy a splendid tour of wonderful butterfly sanctuary and learn about butterflies of this area.
Later on you will be transferred on through the Mennonite Community of Upper Barton Creek to the river at Barton Creek.
The tour on this cave is a low intensity adventure trip which is great for couples and families offering something for everyone. Equipped with Canoes and high powered lights guests gently paddle along the river into the cave system known as Xibalba (she-bal-ba), Maya for underworld. Stalactites and Stalagmites hang high overhead as you float past impressive calcite crystal formations.
Transfer back to your hotel.
Early transfer across the Guatemalan border where you will visit the exceptional site of Tikal National Park.
You will have the opportunity to be guided along the paths of the most important city in the Mayan world. With abundant wild life, the Mayan forest, temples millennial silent witness of the birth and splendor, as well as of the collapse of one of the most important civilizations in the planet.
With a combination of archaeological remains and the natural environment, it is not only a great engineering accomplishment of the Maya, but it is one of the jungle splendors of Petén, where the native flora and fauna still flourishes relatively undisturbed.
In the evening transfer to your hotel in San Ignacio.
Early transfer to the Belize Zoo, an amazing experience in the world famous zoo settled upon 29 acres of tropical savanna and exhibits over 125 animals all native to Belize. The zoo keeps animals which were orphaned, born at the zoo, rehabilitated animals, or sent to The Belize Zoo as gifts from other zoological institutions. A visit to the zoo is the best way to get an introduction to the animals of Belize, and to understand why it is important to protect the habitats that sustain them.
After the zoo tour a transfer to the Caves Branch River. An exciting hike through the rainforest to the top of the river later begins the adventure with your tubes floating all the way back down the river through caves and rainforest.
Afternoon transfer to the Marine Terminal to have water transfer to San Pedro Ambergris
Lodging in San Pedro Ambergris Caye
You will start an interesting day trip in one of the most popular diving/snorkeling sites in Belize, sailing to the Hol Chan Marine reserve where the guides will show you around this spectacular snorkel area. Then you will head on sailing to Shark Ray Alley where you encounter sharks and rays in their natural habitat. An adventure through sea grass beds, the mangroves, the reef and the shark ray alley all in one with a diversity of marine life in this 7.8 sq kms of reserve.
The Shark Ray Alley is a shallow water snorkel where you will enjoy swimming with the harmless nurse sharks and southern famous stingrays.
And most interesting of all you will swim through these sensational waters filled of excitement between a large numbers of nurse sharks and sting rays.
Lodging at San Pedro Ambergris Caye
Leisure day to enjoy the beach
Lodging in San Pedro Ambergris Caye
Breakfast and domestic flight to Belize International Airport in time to catch your international flight.
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