Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary and Jaguar Preserve
Enjoy the beauty of the world's first internationally known Jaguar Preserve. Here you can seek the spectacular waterfalls, mountain views, nature trails, and rich diversity of neotropical birds.
St. Herman's Blue Hole National Park
Visitors can walk 200 yards into the cave entrance unguided or can hire a guide to traverse the cave completely, seeing beautiful speleothems and Mayan artifacts. After a guided tour through St. Herman’s Cave, you can float peacefully back to the entrance of the cave on an inner tube.
Whether you are an experienced hiker, a wildlife enthusiast, or just someone looking to get away for a couple hours, Billy Barquedier National Park has something to offer everyone. Day-trippers looking to cool off can take a dip in the Billy Barquedier Falls after a short hike (15-20 minutes).
Mayflower Bocawina National Park
The Victoria Peak Trail is open during Belize’s dry season, February 1 – May 31. Victoria Peak is the highest mountain in the range at a height of 3,675 feet and the second highest elevation in Belize. This is a multiple day hike in the forest of Belize.
Discover the ancient cave of the mayans. After being left undisturbed for more than 1,000 years, the ATM Cave is a natural museum of the ancient Maya world. Swim through this cave and explore the underworld. You can book a tour or visit the accommodation page to see if your hotel offers tours.
Muknal (ATM) Cave
Xunantunich Mayan Ruins
"Xunantunich” is one of the oldest archaeological reserves in Belize. At the center of the site is El Castillo, standing 130 feet tall and is the second tallest Mayan structure in the country, offering commanding views of the neighbouring settlements as well as the jungle in the valley. Come explore the ancient city of the Mayans. Click here for tours or contact hotel.
The Belize Zoo is the best way to get an introduction of the animals of Belize and why it is important to protect their habitats. Here at the zoo you will see spider monkeys, coatimundis, and Belize’s five wildcat species. Located about a half-hour from Belize city, the zoo is home to 125 animals, all of which are rescued members that are indigenous to Belize.
“Mother of all Caves”... Actun Loch Tunich. Take a vigorous hike to the top of Maya Mountains for the mouth of the cave. This amazing sinkhole sits over 300 ft above the basin below, and 200 ft above the rainforest canopy. Repel downward to the mouth of the cave and enjoy the views. To book this adrenaline filled adventure book a tour or contact your hotel for more details.
Black Hole Drop
Ride in the rainforest of Belize as your naturalist guide highlights various wildlife species and unique plants. This adventure is great for experienced and non-experienced riders. You can even cool-off in the natural emerald swimming hole near amazing rapids. To ride in the jungle make sure to book a tour through Roam Belize or your accommodation.
Venture out through the unique rainforest of Belize with a trail hike. Once you arrive upon the entrance of the cave your guide will handout headlamps and other necessities. Let the gentle currents take you on a beautiful excursion where you can view intricate formations. To discover the caves of Belize book a tour or contact your hotel.
Belize offers the best ziplining in Central America. Experience the the rainforest while gliding through the treetops of the jungle. If you like adventure, discover Belize though this thrilling ride. To book a tour visit Roam Belize or others.
Experienced or not experience there are a vast variety of waterfalls to rappel from. Descend 250 ft down at Antelope falls, or other places such as Big Drop Falls and Bocawina Falls. Then cool down by taking a dip in the refreshing water. To book a tour guide click here, or check your hot
Belize is home to a variety of birds. Bird watchers are accompanied by certified birding guides. Start your journey along trails and capture special sightings of certain bird species. This is the perfect opportunity for discussions and updates to bird books. To experience sightings book a tour now or contact your accommodation.
Located between the Caribbean and the Mayan mountains in Stann Creek Belize. Over 1,000 people work in an area with a size of about 1,000 football fields. Nearly 4 million bananas are harvested every week all year round.