This Tour Package is a nine days example itinerary that will take you to discover some of the best archaeological and natural wonders of Belize.
During this adventure tour, you can choose from our collection of properties located in fantastic locations within San Ignacio – Mountain Pine Ridge, Hopkins, Belize City, Lamanai, and San Pedro Ambergris Caye.
Also, you will visit the archaeological sites of Caracol, Cahal Pech, Xunantunich, and Lamanai, here you will learn about archaeology and history of the enigmatic Maya civilization. The natural wonders of Barton Creek Cave, Bocawina National Park, and the fantastic experience of our Great Blue Hole snorkel tour.
Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport
Trip may include activities like walks and boat rides.
Prices based in double occupancy, and not valid for peak season like Christmas, New Year, Holy Week, Thanksgiving. Please inquire for more information.
A representative from Martsam Travel will meet you at Belize International Airport and will take you to your hotel in San Ignacio area.
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 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.
08:00 hrs. About 45 minutes from San Ignacio is an exciting canoe trip into a remote cave formerly used by the ancient Mayans as a burial site and for ceremonial purposes. A visit to Barton Creek Cave involves spending over an hour paddling canoes along an ancient Mayan waterway inside the mountain. Your guide will point out skulls and artifacts as you pass between stalactites. The cave is adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. Mayan pottery shards and bones can be observed by the guide’s spotlights.
Afternoon visit Cahal Pech Archaeological Site, 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.
Today, 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.
Enjoy a 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.
After tour, unguided transfer to Hopkins area.
Today, transfer to Bocawina National Park and take a guided hike with one of our experienced local guides through the Mayflower. Listen as the guide unlocks the secrets of this mystical and magical jungle habitat. Walk the undulating trail under the Bocawina Rainforest Canopy to the foot of Bocawina Falls and experience its natural beauty. Take a refreshing swim and relax in the waterfall pools below.
After lunch, glide like a bird through the pristine Rain Forest Canopy on the longest zip line in Belize with 14 platforms, 9 different runs. The complete course is 2.5 miles long with the longest single run being 2,300 feet. This zip line adventure has triple safety and the tour takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
After tour, transfer to Belize City.
Today you will be transferred to Orange Walk where the tour of the archaeological site starts, Lamanai is one of Belize’s largest ceremonial centers.
The name “lamanai” comes from the word “submerged crocodile” in the Mayan language and many representations of the crocodile can be found throughout this site. This site, situated along the New River Lagoon, features monumental architecture of temples and palaces dating from the Classic and PreClassic Periods. The central area of the site covers approximately half a square mile. The central area plus the residential and other minor structures are spread over 950 acres, which is the present size of the official archaeological reserve.
After tour, transfer to Belize City water taxi station heading to San Pedro Ambergris. Upon arrival, walk or take a golf cart to your hotel. Golf cart not included.
Blue Hole starts as early as 5:30 hrs. with a complimentary pick up at most resort docks.
We provide continental breakfast on the dock and we should head out by 6:00am. It takes approximately two hours and a half to reach and the first dive is the Blue Hole at 130 feet or 40 meters. We also do two other dives namely Half Moon Caye Wall and the aquarium.
We include lunch, fruits throughout the day, refreshments and drinks on the way back.
Snorkelers are also on this group to enjoy the day.
NOTE: Entrance fee to blue Hole is not included $40 p/p as well as gear, you can pay it directly.
Ferry transfer to Belize City, upon arrival our team will be waiting for a transfer to Belize International Airport on time to catch your flight back home.
End of the trip!