Cave Tubing at Cave Branch

 

Belize cave tubing day tours

cave tubing DAY TOUR

cave tubing starts at $105

As home to the largest cave system in the entirety of Central America, a visit to Belize feels incomplete without at least one adventure below the earth. Why exhaust yourself on an arduous hike through a cave system when you can enjoy a leisurely float through the area's most impressive structures carved from the limestone over centuries by the very river you'll travel by?

In the far past, Belize was a broad, shallow sea where the conditions for limestone creation were perfect. Eventually, the Maya Mountains formed, pushing this limestone upward above sea level. Water flowing down from the mountains then slowly dissolved the limestone, creating the breathtaking caves that captured the adulation of the Mayans much in the same way it does to us today.

As you embark on this adventure, you'll follow a trained guide on a 30 minute hike through the jungle until you reach the gentle, clear waters of the river that will whisk you away on your journey. Once safely situated in your inner tube, simply lay back and relax as you float by impressive stalactites, ancient sacred areas worshiped by the Mayans and animals you rarely get to glimpse during the day.

By the end, you'll have reached the shores of the trail where you first began your adventure. Moreso than any other adventure in Belize, cave tubing is perfect for everyone, young and old alike, as you make a journey through the Mayan underworld.

What's Included

  • Transportation
  • Personal Guide
  • Entrance Fee
  • Lunch
  • Waters

Minimum # Of Person: 2

What To Bring:

  • Comfortable Hiking Clothes
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes
  • Bug Spray
  • Sunblock
  • Backpack
  • Passport

belmopan DEPARTURE

Starting Rate: $105 per person

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belize city DEPARTURE

Starting Rate: $125 per person

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San Ignacio Departure

Starting Rate: $105 per person

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All prices are in US Dollars

*Rates are subject to change without notice

Cave Tubing At Cave Branch

with Zip Lining

The Zip Line Adventure starts with a knowledgeable Belize City tour. After which you will venture on to the western highway, the first highway to be construct in Belize. Subsequently you’ll travel for approximately forty-five minutes to the western terrains of Belize, passing thru local villages and learning about the rich history and culture of Belize. Upon arriving at the Nohoch Chen Archeological site your guide will point out the changing and bathroom facilities. After which we will be making our way down the zip lining boulevard to zip the biggest Ariel trek site in Belize. It consist of ten platforms and seven runs, with the longest run well over six-hundred feet and the highest elevated area over one-hundred and fifty feet. All of your Equipments are provided for you. Now you gear up for the ride of your life zipping through the rainforest of Belize. Screamers are welcome on this adventure.

What's Included

  • Transportation
  • Personal Guide
  • Entrance Fee
  • Lunch
  • Waters

Minimum # Of Person: 2

What To Bring:

  • Comfortable Hiking Clothes
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes
  • Bug Spray
  • Sunblock
  • Backpack
  • Swim wear
  • Towel

belmopan DEPARTURE

Starting Rate: $160 per person

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belize city DEPARTURE

Starting Rate: $150 per person

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HOPKINS Departure

Starting Rate: $160 per person

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PLACENCIA DEPARTURE

Starting Rate: $160 per person

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San Ignacio Departure

Starting Rate: $165 per person

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SAN PEDRO Departure

Starting Rate: $310 per person

Round-trip flights included

Pick up/drop off hotel (3 miles)

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All prices are in US Dollars

*Rates are subject to change without notice

Cave Tubing

combination with Zip Lining & Xunantunich Mayan Temples

According to legends dating back to initial explorations in 1892, the Mayan city whose original name is still unknown is haunted by the ghost of a woman all in white with glowing red eyes. After appearing at the base of the city’s temple, El Castillo, she’ll ascend the steps and disappear into the structure’s wall. This phenomena soon earned the city the name Xunantunich, or “stone woman”.

Whether or not the legend is true, a journey to Xunantunich is a journey into a place of mysticism. As the Mayan empire crumbled across the Yucatan, Xunantunich’s power grew. It became such an important center that it even managed to construct the second tallest man-made structure in Belize, El Castillo. Excavations also show that it was completely deserted during the Classic Period due to some sudden catastrophic event theorized to be an earthquake.

What's Included

  • Transportation
  • Personal Guide
  • Entrance Fee
  • Lunch
  • Waters

Minimum # Of Person: 2

What To Bring:

  • Comfortable Hiking Clothes
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes
  • Bug Spray
  • Sunblock
  • Backpack
  • Swim wear
  • Towel

BELMOPAN Departure

Starting Rate: $240 per person

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BELIZE CITY Departure

Starting Rate: $175 per person

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San Ignacio Departure

Starting Rate: $250 per person

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SAN PEDRO Departure

Starting Rate: $300 per person

Round-trip flights included

Pick up/drop off hotel (3 miles)

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All prices are in US Dollars

*Rates are subject to change without notice

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