Mile 41 1/2 Hummingbird Hwy, Cave Branch Belize
A high activity and educational tour where you go hiking for twenty (20) minutes through the Rainforest. Then float on your tube down the river through the mystic caves of the Mayas. Awesome for the eyes. At the end relax and be at peace with Nature’s Secret.
35 Miles northwest of Belize City
Situated in the historic village of Bermudian Landing, the howler monkeys can be found in groups of up to fifteen (15). One dominant male, two infants and all others being females. Come see their flawless interaction with the jungle, learn about their diet and our remarkable Belize River.
Belize City, Belize
Tour the historical city of Belize where the British Settlors and African Slaves set the table for a haven of fisher men, farmers, hunters and loggers. And now home to a melting pot of cultures: Creole, Mestizo, Maya, Mennonites, Chinese and East Indians.
Mile 29 Western Hwy, La Democracia
Established after completions of a wildlife documentary the Belize Zoo came about in 1981. Home to more than a hundred (100) birds and animals all in their natural habit. The jaguars, our national animal the Tapir and three (3) species of snakes. It’s also home to the World’s smallest owl, the pigmi. Come see crocodiles, peccary (wild hog) and stunning birds such as the pelican, harpy eagle and national bird the Toucan.
ALL OVER BELIZE
Bring the ancient to the present with a visit to one of our majestic Mayan sites. Home to many native Mayan Civilisation, Belize is rich in culture and history. The smallest of the Mayan temples, home to the jade head. A thirty three (33) miles or forty (40) minute drive to the site.
Jaguar Paw, Cayo District
Grow your wings in the foothills of the Mayan mountains. Zip line from tree to tree with breathtaking views from the top of the Jungle. Fear of height? No problem! Conquer you fear zip lining with our gradual zip climb which is perfect for the family. The most exciting zip line is over the Sibun River in a safe fun filled environment.