Embark on an exhilarating underwater quest on a half-day tour of the Belize Barrier Reef, exploring its colorful coral reefs and meeting resident sea life. Glide across glittering blue waters while cruising via boat to the Belize Barrier Reef. Plunge into and snorkel the stunning underwater environs of the world’s second largest barrier reef, complete with vibrant and well-protected coral habitats. Experience up-close and personal encounters with over 500 species of fish, including roving sharks and soaring stingrays.
Enjoy a city tour highlighting the history and culture of Belize before experiencing a rush of adrenaline on a high-speed airboat ride. Your adventure begins with a scenic tour of some of Belize’s highlights on your way to the Airport Outpost, where a thrilling airboat ride takes you to Almond Hill Lagoon and into Indian Creek. As you drift through unspoiled marshes and mangroves, be on the lookout for the docile manatees, exotic birds, crocodiles, iguanas, and lovely water lilies.
Your exhilarating boat ride glides along the city’s scenic and historic coast before entering the Rio Wallace River. Lookout for crocodiles, iguanas, howler monkeys and even a feeding manatee or dolphin, which may appear during your 2-hour tour. You’ll visit the Iguana Stop for 30-45 minutes to browse the gift shops or buy a delicious local lunch. Your adventure continues by bus to the ancient city of Altun Ha, the Mayan ceremonial center comprising of two plazas and 13 structures, one of which is the Temple of the Sun—a vital trade center during the Classic Period (250-900 AD).
Ride a catamaran or a specially designed boat to an exclusive site for guided snorkeling, then to a private island for beach time. This tour featuring National Geographic™ Snorkeler gear makes a great snorkeling experience even better. On your half-day adventure, discover colorful coral, fish, marine life, and dramatic underwater formations at Belize’s barrier reef—the second-largest in the world. After, travel to Starfish Island to relax or play on the beach, grab a bite to eat, and sip your favorite beverage while listening to island music.
Snorkelers, get ready for the unique and rare opportunity to swim at the second longest barrier reef in the world. You’ll wade by a reef that is nearly the length of Belize! The shallow areas average about 20 feet with atolls that stretch 30 to 60 miles. Your boat will whisk you off to the reef passing picturesque low, mangrove-covered islands that surround the unspoiled area. You’ll stop at a beautiful private tropical island that sits atop of the reef. Upon your arrival, you’ll receive high-quality snorkeling gear and dive into the waters where more than 100 species of coral and as many as 500 species of fish reside. As you float in the warm waters along the reef, watch for bursts of nurse sharks, rays, and turtles. While here, you’ll likely see a variety of hard corals, gorgonians, sea fans, and tunicates. Once you’re done exploring the reef, take a break on the private island. You’ll have plenty of time to lay out, and sunbathe on the beach, or rest in the shade and dip your feet in the island’s soft sands.
Need a tour with minimal hassle and activities which includes getting to see Belize's vibrant culture and history, then this is the tour for you. On an air-conditioned bus take a tour of Belize City the former capital where your knowledgeable local tour guide will point our various points of interests such as The Baron Bliss Light-house resting place of one of Belize's benefactors, The Museum of Belize, a former colonial prison built by salves, Supreme Court building, built in 1926 and still functions as the highest court of Belize and St. John's Cathedral the oldest Anglican cathedral in Central America built. During this UN-Belizable tour you get to stop and take pictures on the central costal at the Belize City at the Belize Sign Monuments capturing your memories and experience on this tour.
See the beauty of Belize on this intimate tour by horse-drawn carriage and open-air vehicle. Enjoy an enchanting ride as you take in the city?s many landmarks and striking cathedrals, swinging bridges, restored Colonial buildings, elite residential areas, and tropical plants. Catch sight of ?The Memorial Park? built in honor of Belizean war heroes, the Belize Museum (which was formerly a prison), St. John?s Cathedral, and other historic and popular attractions.
Experience the rich cultural fusion of Belizean heritage as you drive through the city en route to home of the world famous One Barrel Rum, Traveller's Rum Museum. Your tour guide will take you back in time highlighting the history of rum making as you walk through the Rum museum and the Ageing House displaying cane grinders, oak barrels, and copper pot which gave these Spirits its rich flavor. Sample the different types of Belizean Rum and enjoy a photo stop at the Belize Sign Monuments capturing your memories and experience on this tour.
Get ready for an adventure the whole family will love as your crew heads to the Belize Zoo for up-close encounters with wild baby animals before soaking up the sun and fun at Kukumba Beach. Enter the rainforest environs of the Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center, known as the “best little zoo in the world”. The zoo is home to over 125 different species of animals that were orphaned, rescued or rehabilitated, and alongside a professional staffer your family can meet and interact with some of the resident animals — spider monkeys, crocodiles, toucans and jaguars live amidst the park’s 29-acre grounds. A short bus ride then lands you at Kukumba Beach, a man-made watering hole where adults will find waterfront relaxation while sunning on beach chairs while the little ones go swimming, playfully bouncing on a floating trampoline or everyone can bravely descend a 90-foot waterslide. Food and drinks are available for purchase at the beachside restaurant — and better yet, kids under 3 enjoy this tour for free.
Experience the best of both worlds on two of Belize's most popular activities. Start your day off on an air-conditioned bus transfer to the Jaguar Paw Adventure Outpost. Your licensed professional guide will kick off the tour with facts of Belize's Culture and History as you enjoy a drive through the country side. Upon arrival, receive a short safety briefing before been outfitted with your harness, helmet and gloves. A short trek to the 1st platform that is 700 ft high above the jungle floor gets your heart pumping. As you zip across 800 ft, you'll have a bird's eye view of the entrance to the Maya underworld "Xibalba" of the centuries old Crystal Cave. After your thrilling zip line aerial adventure with 5 zips in total, it's time for a short jungle trek through broadleaf rainforest where your guides will provide you with fun facts about the vegetation that abounds with their various medicinal uses. As you approach the river's edge of the No Hoch Ch'en Reserve, it signals the start of your cave tubing exploration of the ancient underworld of the Mayas.
Your tubing takes you through the cool, refreshing waters of the Caves Branch River. Inside the caves relax and let the waters carry you as you float past majestic formations, stalactites and stalagmites that take on unique shapes. At the end of the tour enjoy a delicious Belizean lunch, other snacks and drinks are available to purchase along with local souvenirs from the Jaguar Paw Jungle gift shop. Your air-conditioned bus awaits you for your return transfer to the pier.
Discover the beauty of Belize’s dazzling Crystal Caves on a unique tubing and trek inside the caves. Known as the sacred Xiblaba—underworld of the Maya—these gothic chambers showcase growing stalactites and stalagmites in dazzling ancient crystallized formations that sparkle throughout the cave. Your expedition continues as you leave your tubes and trek through parts of the underground cave exploring deeper into the Crystal Chamber. Jump back in your tube to make your way to a natural lagoon and lovely waterfall, then enjoy a tasty lunch.
Thrill-seekers, this triple adventure is for you — drive an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) through the jungle, soar across the rainforest treetops and go river tubing through ancient underground Mayan caves. Begin with a safety briefing at Jaguar Paw, a resort in the middle of the jungle. Then you’re off, driving through one of Belize’s richest, broadleaf rainforests in your single-person ATV. Next, take your adventure to the trees as you zipline under a lush jungle canopy. Then, sit back and relax on huge inflatable tubes as you float downriver through underground crystal caves, exploring the mysterious archways and breathtaking formations of an ancient, sacred Mayan site. After a delicious, typical Belizean lunch, spend some time on your own to shop before making your way back to the ship.
Trek through the heart of the Belizean rainforest for an inner tube ride through mystic Mayan caves. Your half-day adventure begins with a short guided walk through the jungle, where you’ll learn about Belize’s rich forest ecosystem, wildlife, and natural medicinal plants. Then go on a refreshing cave-tubing ride, as you relax and float along the Cave Branch River, through mysterious limestones archways and into the ancient caves. Explore the many breathtaking formations designed by nature as you make your way through the Mayan sacred underworld of Xibalba. After your journey, enjoy a typical Belizean lunch and time to shop before heading back.
Feel the adrenaline rush as you zipline across the jungles of Belize and go tubing in crystal caves on this exciting adventure. Upon arrival at the Jaguar Paw Jungle Camp, there will be a short hike to the first canopy platform. You’ll get safety instructions while highly skilled guides fit your harness. Soar 500 feet above dense flora and a former Mayan hunting ground. Then tube into the sacred Mayan underworld of a mysterious and ceremonial crystal cave with high cathedral ceilings and stalactite-lined walls. Emerge in front of a “frozen waterfall” column, and float into an underground lagoon bordered by a mini waterfall.
Triple the adventure on this action-packed tour — drive a UTV (utility task vehicle) jungle buggy through the jungle, soar across the rainforest treetops and go river tubing through ancient underground Mayan caves. Begin with a safety briefing at Jaguar Paw Adventure Outpost, a resort in the middle of the jungle. Then you and your passenger are off, driving through one of Belize’s richest, broadleaf rainforests in a UTV, enjoying the twists and during your exhilarating journey.
Next, take your adventure to the trees as you zipline under a lush jungle canopy. Then, sit back and relax on huge inflatable tubes as you float downriver through underground crystal caves, exploring the mysterious archways and breathtaking formations of an ancient, sacred Mayan site. After a delicious, typical Belizean lunch, spend some time on our own to shop before making your way back to the ship.
Take timeout to enjoy the family friendly Kukumba Beach in the sun. A short bus transfer start your day with a drive through the city highlighting some places of interest. Upon reaching the manmade beach enjoy great music, swim, relax or take up the challenging of the 90ft water wall which lands you in the cool refreshing water. Amenities include: beach chairs, restrooms, changing rooms and freshwater showers, trampoline and floating tubes. Cash bar and restaurant is available to purchase drinks and food.
Enjoy a scenic drive through the lush, historic Belize River Valley and a speedboat cruise on the New River Lagoon, both leading you to Lamanai — what was once the largest Mayan ceremonial site in all of Mesoamerica. Explore fascinating ruins, followed by a delicious Belizean-style lunch before making your way back to your ship.
On your narrated drive to Lamanai, relax in air-conditioned comfort while passing though historic villages which were the original settlements of the colony of British Honduras. When you reach Ayinha Eco Park, board a speedboat to ride along the New River Lagoon, rich in diverse, exotic wildlife. At Lamanai, explore what was once a major city of the Maya civilization, occupied as early as 1500 BC. Make your way the top of the 108-foot-tall High Temple for sweeping views of the jungle and the New River Lagoon.
After, return to Ayinha to enjoy a tasty Belizean-style lunch, cooked with local coconut oil and seasoned to perfection. Relax with a tropical drink, locally brewed Belikin Beer or local rums paired with fresh organic coconut water, all available for purchase at the bar. Be sure to browse the gift shop for souvenirs before taking the scenic route back to port.
This tour is perfect for nature lovers! Enjoy a scenic boat ride along the coast of Belize City en route to manatee feeding grounds. Your path along the river will take you through a series of small rapids and peaceful waters. Along the way you will see a variety of birds such as the white egret, heron and hawk, to name a few. Iguanas usually adorn the overhanging trees and river banks and occasionally you can view and listen to howler monkeys. Guests will be intrigue by these docile creatures will travel through the lagoon and in among the red, Black and white mangrove fringe forest along the coast. This is the habitat of the manatee and many species of birds. Most of the trip is in protected waters and will be relatively smooth. It takes about 10 minutes to reach the mouth of the river. On your return to the pier you will the get a complimentary Tropical Rum or fruit Punch as you enjoy the scenic drive back to the pier.
Take a short, 15-minute boat ride to the beautiful, private oasis of Starfish Island. Relax on the beach, sunbathe, enjoy the music, and play a game of volleyball or tug of war. Or simply sit in the shade sipping your favorite cocktail, mixed drink, or beer at the cash bar. Save room for a delicious traditional Belizean lunch, along with complimentary fruit punch.
Travel across the rolling hills of Western Belize and through the Mopan River to enjoy a guided tour of the ancient Mayan ruins of Xunantunich. Upon arriving at the site, visit El Castillo, the tallest temple, and bask in the panoramic views of Belize’s countryside and portions of Guatemala. Next, travel to a local restaurant for a delicious Belizean style lunch where you will enjoy music from a local Marimba band.