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Choices for Terrestrial Tours

Cave Branch/Cave Tubing

Cave Branch/Cave Tubing

Our Belize Cave tubing tour is the most popular shore excursion tour in Belize. We offer you an unforgettable tour where you almost become one with nature while at the same time experiencing the ministry of the ancient Maya underworld where the Mayas once performed…

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Jungle Zipling

Jungle Zipling

The day trip to Zip Lining begins at 5:45 am with pick up at your resort. We then have breakfast in San Pedro town, and then take either a 6:30 water taxi to Belize City which is an Hour and an half ride or a…

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Black Hole Drop

Black Hole Drop

Hike through the foothills of the Maya Mountains before rappelling 300 feet down into the “Mother of all Caves. Experience the the sight of natural beauty. Some degree of fitness required. Includes pick up and drop off at your Resort / hotel, breakfast, flight, tour,…

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Belize Zoo

Belize Zoo

The Belize Zoo is a Tropical Education Centre which was started in 1983. It sits upon 29 acres of tropical savanna and exhibits over 150 animals, representing over 45 species, all native to Belize. Animals here are in their natural habitat which makes the Zoo…

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Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

The sound of birds, insects and the howler monkeys fill the air as you enter the forest along the Belize River, that’s just another way to enjoy the Belize’s Rainforest! Relaxing on well trained Horses as you tour along the Old Belize River riding under…

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Bird Watching

Bird Watching

This mosaic of elongated lagoons, connected by creeks, savannas and logwood thickets is excellent for birds. Crooked Tree is the heaven for birds and its landscape is alive with flocks of different water birds. Huge congregations of Double Crested Cormorants, Egrets, Herons, and different ducks…

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Baboon Sanctuary

Baboon Sanctuary

The Sanctuary is a home for many Black Howler Monkeys. The Villagers created this sanctuary as a means of displaying the importance of the monkeys in their natural habitat and also for humans to develop appreciation for these amazing creatures. A visit to this park…

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