Price
$2999 per person
Duration
10 Days
Destination
Belize
Travellers
2+

Belize Highlights Adventure 10 Days /9Nights Belize Highlights Adventure Belize Highlights Adventure

With some of the world's best snorkeling spots, rich Maya history, and endless cayes to explore, Belize is a paradise waiting to be discovered on this 10-day adventure. Journey by land and sea as you swim with sharks in the Hol Chan marine reserve, step into the world of Actun Tunichil Mukna's sacrificial burials, and explore the archaeological site at Caracol. Hop over to the islands to end your trip dancing, savoring fresh fish, and snorkeling on Ambergris Caye.
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Pick Location: Travelers can be picked within accommodation Participants: Adult-18-66
Price includes
  • Accommodation in 4* hotel/resort
  • Airport Transfers
  • Boat Ride
  • Drinks and Meals
  • Entrance Fees and Taxes
  • Pick up and drop off
  • Private Vehicle
  • Profesional Guide
  • Protection Gear
  • Snorkelling Equipment
Price does not include
  • Personal expenses
  • Return - International Flights
  • Spa Treatment
  • Travel Insurance
Additional Prices
Child Rate: $2467
  • Day 1
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  • Day 5
  • Day 6
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  • Day 9
  • Day 10
Day 1

Arrival Belize

Welcome to Belize! A driver will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. Located on the east coast of Central America, Belize is known for its barrier reefs, jungles, and Maya ruins. Spend some time relaxing at your hotel or explore Belize City. Visit the Museum of Belize to learn about the country’s Maya history or the Old Belize Marina for fresh air. Take an optional blue morpho butterfly tour to see the dazzling “Belizean Blues.” End the day with a delicious meal at a local restaurant and rest up for tomorrow’s adventures. ­ Accomodation : Sea Side Chateux Meals : Breakafast & Dinner

Day 2

San Ignacio via Actun Tunichil Muknal Caves

Embark on an exciting journey today as you venture westward with your driver for a two-hour transfer to San Ignacio, the vibrant capital of Belize’s Cayo District. This bustling hub serves as the gateway to an array of awe-inspiring Maya ruins and abundant outdoor activities. Prepare to be captivated by your first destination, Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM), also known as the “Cave of the Stone Sepulchre.” Join a knowledgeable guide on a three-hour tour to explore this mystical underworld, adorned with glistening stalactites, stalagmites, and Maya artifacts. Delve into the history of this sacred burial site, which houses the remains of the revered “Crystal Maiden” and 13 other individuals who were sacrificed.Upon arrival, embark on a scenic jungle hike, crossing three streams for approximately 45 minutes until you reach the cave’s entrance. With the assistance of a rope, swim across a small spring-fed pool and wade through knee-high water to enter a labyrinth of underground tunnels, passageways, and chambers. After an exhilarating cave tour, make your way back to the car for a delightful picnic lunch. Then, continue your journey for another 45 minutes to San Ignacio, where you will be based for the next four nights. Accommodation: Falling Leaves Lodge Meals : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 3

Hike to the Ancient Maya City of Caracol

Embark on an unforgettable adventure today as you lace up your hiking boots to explore Caracol, a sprawling ancient Maya city spanning nearly 6 square miles (9.6 sq km). This remarkable archaeological site once housed over 150,000 inhabitants and boasted 30,000 structures, including a fascinating astronomical observatory. Located atop the Vaca Plateau, nestled within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, a lush subtropical forest south of San Ignacio near the Guatemalan border, Caracol can be accessed through the scenic Mountain Pine Ridge area, adorned with flowing rivers and hidden limestone caves. After a two-hour drive along rustic dirt roads, passing quaint Maya villages and picturesque countryside, you will arrive at Caracol. Immerse yourself in the rich history of the region, and discover its diverse and endangered wildlife, such as tapirs, jaguars, oscillated turkeys, and coatimundis. Explore the remnants of what was once the largest metropolis in the Maya Lowlands, concealed by a dense tropical forest where howler monkeys perch atop towering trees. Marvel at the hieroglyphic carvings adorning monuments, stelae, wall facades, and altars, which serve as a testament to Caracol’s fascinating past. Following the tour, indulge in a delightful picnic lunch before continuing your journey to Pine Ridge. Take a well-deserved break at the natural swimming holes and waterfalls of Rio On Pools, where you can cool down and unwind amidst the tranquil surroundings. At the end of this exhilarating day, return to your San Ignacio hotel, filled with cherished memories Accommodation: Falling Leaves Lodge Meals : Breakfast & Dinner ­

Day 4

Horseback Ride to the Xunantunich Maya Ruins

Riding through the jungle on horseback is how you'll discover the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich today. Begin the tour at a stable where you'll meet your riding guide, mount your horse, and get ready for adventure. Reach Xunantunich following a well-maintained trail through a private farm along the Mopan River's banks in the village of San Jose Succotz, riding among local birds and plants.Cross the river on a hand-operated ferry and then ride your horse up to Xunantunich. When you arrive, dismount and explore Xunantunich's temples and plazas on foot. Eat lunch at a restaurant or farm for traditional Belizean dishes, such as rice and beans with fish or meat, and then return to the stables to say goodbye to your horse. In the evening, go back to your San Ignacio hotel to rest after the day's adventures. Accommodation: Falling Leaves Lodge Meals : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 5

San Ignacio Chocolate Tour

The country, which is today known as Belize, may be one of the first places where cacao was consumed. In early Maya culture, cacao was often used to make a bitter and spicy drink—which is much different than the chocolate we eat now. There are numerous ways to turn cacao into chocolate and other products, and today, you'll learn about the ingredient's history and how it was a staple for the Maya.Following Maya tradition, taste chocolate that has a bitter kick to it, with different spices added to offer a variety of flavors. Learn how to make cacao into edible and drinkable Maya chocolate, using a stone to grind organic cacao beans into a paste, then mixing the paste with spices and melting it into a liquid. After your chocolate tour, the rest of your afternoon is free to relax at your hotel, explore the Rainforest Medicine Trail to uncover the medicinal properties of Indigenous plants, or take an excursion to the Cahal Pech ruins. ­ Accomodation: Falling Leaves Lodge Meals Breakfast & Dinner.

Day 6

San Pedro & Explore Caye Caulker

In the morning, travel back to Belize City to catch a boat to San Pedro, located off the coast on the country's largest island of Ambergris Caye. The ride takes about 1.5 hours, and during the trip, you'll be treated to views of some of Belize's more than 400 cayes with their lush mangroves and white-sand beaches.Upon arrival, you'll hop over to the tiny neighboring Caye Caulker, where you can relax on one of the idyllic beaches, swing on a hammock, and sip a cocktail. Or, spend an active day in and out of the water. Rent a bike and make your way around the island, stopping to buy fresh seafood for lunch. Or, go snorkeling, diving, or sea kayaking through the local marine reserve. After a relaxing day on the beach, take the boat back to San Pedro. Accomodation: Bella Vista Resort Belize Meals : Breakfast & Dinne

Day 7

Free Day in San Pedro

Today is free for you to discover more of San Pedro at your own pace. Browse shops, eat at restaurants, and of course, spend time on the beach. Enjoy the laid-back island atmosphere of sandy streets lined with palm trees and wooden houses as you decide how to spend your day. To get to some of the beaches, you may want to hire a taxi or even a golf cart, especially for some of the more secluded spots such as Secret Beach, Boca del Rio, and Mar de Tombo. Lounge on a beach, go snorkeling, or go for a short boat excursion to the other cayes. Find a local fish restaurant for dinner to taste the catch of the day. If you have extra energy, go dancing at one of San Pedro's clubs or discos. ­ Accomodation: Bella Vista Resort Belize Meals : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 8

Snorkeling & Diving in Hol Chan/Shark Ray Alley

Today's destination is Hol Chan, a famed dive and snorkel site with thousands of large and small fish to see in an underwater national park. Located 4 miles (6 km) south of San Pedro, the reef system that borders Belize is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Hol Chan (meaning "little channel" in the Maya language) cuts through the reef, to create one of the world's best diving sites for all levels. Spend about 2.5 hours exploring the reserve, which covers about 5 square miles (8 sq km) and is 30 feet (9 m) deep. See angelfish, sea turtles, blue-striped grunts, schoolmaster snappers, and hundreds of other fish varieties in this protected area. Try to spot green moray eels living in sea caves as you navigate the water with your dive or snorkel gear. If you dare, you can even go for a half-four swim with the sharks and stingrays in Shark Ray Alley, watching as dozens of nurse sharks circle your boat. At the end of the boating tour, go back to San Pedro for a night out or to relax at your hotel. ­ Accomodation: Bella Vista Resort Belize Meals : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 9

Belize Cayes Sailing Cruise

Your ride today is a 38-foot (11.5 m) catamaran, retracing the route of coconut crops and English merchants in the 1600s along Belize's cayes. There will be stops for snorkeling and diving in some of the most secluded and untouched areas, such as coral-rich Mexico Rocks—a popular destination for snorkelers of all levels. Lunch is a barbecue on deck with lobster and conch, depending on the season. After lunch, take a nap, sunbathe, or go for another swim.Relax on the boat for the cruise back to land, and return to San Pedro to watch the sunset on the beach as you enjoy a dinner of drinks and ceviche or fresh grilled fish. Spend your last night in Belize enjoying the island's balmy night air and toasting the end of your trip. ­ Accomodation: Bella Vista Resort Belize Meals : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 10

Departure

Your ride today is a 38-foot (11.5 m) catamaran, retracing the route of coconut crops and English merchants in the 1600s along Belize's cayes. There will be stops for snorkeling and diving in some of the most secluded and untouched areas, such as coral-rich Mexico Rocks—a popular destination for snorkelers of all levels. Lunch is a barbecue on deck with lobster and conch, depending on the season. After lunch, take a nap, sunbathe, or go for another swim.Relax on the boat for the cruise back to land, and return to San Pedro to watch the sunset on the beach as you enjoy a dinner of drinks and ceviche or fresh grilled fish. Spend your last night in Belize enjoying the island's balmy night air and toasting the end of your trip. ­ Accomodation: Bella Vista Resort Belize Meals : Breakfast & Dinner

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    Belize Highlights Adventure 10 Days /9Nights

    Price
    $2999 per person
    Duration
    10 Days
    Destination
    Belize
    Travellers
    2+

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