Mainland Tours 

Cave Tubing & Ziplining

$210.00 per person

The zipline adventure is fun for the entire family. It begins with a ten minute hike through the Belize rainforest to the base of the starting platform where you will be fitted into a harness that will allow you to connect securely to the over head cables which make up the zipline system. You will also be provided with gloves and a helmet for added safety and comfort. You will then climb up a stairway for about 30 feet to the top of the first platform.  Once there, one of the guides will assist you in connecting to the overhead cable and you will begin the first of 7 zip runs. The first zip run, considered a "beginner's zip run" is a 150 feet long to the second platform. The six zip runs after that range in lengths from 200 feet to 600 feet between the treetop platforms. There will be a guide on every platform to assist you with landing and taking off. The entire course takes about 40-60 minutes.

After completing your zipline adventure, you will hike through the jungle for about 20 minutes then tube down the refreshing Caves Branch River and through spectacular cave systems, which the ancient Mayas regarded as a sacred underworld and home to many powerful gods. It's an exciting adventure you'll never want to end and one you will never forget.

Cave Tubing & Xunantunich

$210.00 per person

This tour will bring you to the top of a Maya temple, and then to the entrance of the Maya underworld. The temple is inside the Maya city of Xunantunich, which is located near the border of Guatemala. Its name translates to “Maiden of the Rock.” After you ascend the walls of its temple, you’ll continue the tour to the Cave Branch River, where you’ll follow the river into a series of caves that had intense spiritual significance for the Maya.

Cave Tubing & Belize Zoo

$190.00 per person

We begin by making our way to the mainland . Along the way as we serve breakfast .
We board a private vehicle that takes us to the unique Belize Zoo, where we see animals native to Belize. 
Next it is on to Caves Branch for lunch. After, it’s time for the fun to begin as we make our way through the jungle and splash into the caves. You float through the cool waters in your individual tube with your headlamp.

Xunantunich & Belize Zoo

$200.00 per person

Xunantunich is one of the most popular Mayan site in the region to visit. Xunantunich translates as “Stone Woman “in Mayan. This great ancient city is located some 70 miles from Belize City. It was built on a ridge overlooking the Mopan River and a bordering town in Guatemala. Xunantunich consist of six plazas and is surrounded by more than 26 temples. The tallest temple known as “El Castillo” is located in the centre of the city and is some 130 feet tall. Using the constructed stairways you can climb to the top for a great panoramic view of the entire area. Because of its size Xunantunich is divided into four sections, Group A, Group B, Group C and Group D. This site dates back to the Classic Era 200-900 AD. It’s believed that the city was abandoned in 900AD.

The Belize zoo was opened in 1983 to provide a home for animals used in a documentary film. It has quickly become a popular place to visit as it is considered a sanctuary for the animals. It is also known as “The Best Little Zoo in the World”, and a great place animal lovers to visit. The Belize Zoo houses over 157 animals representing over 45 native species. The animals there are kept in their natural habitat and are either donated, rescued, born in the zoo, orphaned or brought to the zoo for rehabilitation. Come experience nature at its best!