ATM Cave Tour – Belize

The Belize ATM Cave Tours is ranked #1 of the things to do in San Ignacio. Pacz Tours guides for the ATM Cave are well trained and experienced in speleological exploration, jungle survival and bush craft and are well versed about Belize’s flora and fauna. Our guides are licensed by the Belize Tourism Board our team has worked closely with Archaeologists, who have investigated Belizean caves since 1995.

All our experienced and training is what make our ATM Cave {cave of the Crystal Maiden} one of the Best things to do in Belize, as it is the most popular Mayan burial sites in the Cayo District in Western Belize.

Belize ATM Cave Tour Itinerary

Price: Please contact us
includes: Taxes, Food, Guide, Entrance fees.
Departure: 8:30 a.m. Meet in-front of Pacz Office or pick at hotel – in or around San Ignacio Town
9:30 AM Arrive at Teakettle Village – Entrance to ATM Cave (Actun Tunichil Muknal): Board PACZ tours Van for transfer to the Reserve
10:15 AM 45 minute hike to the cave (3 creek crossing on the way)
10:30 AM Snack & Restroom break followed by an orientation on the Cave History, Preservation & Safety
11:00 AM Enter Cave – tour lasts 3+ hours hiking in clear water streams and over boulders
2:30 PM Exit cave – lunch & restroom at Archaeology Base Camp (Picnic Lunch provided by Pacz Tours)
3:45 PM Depart pick-nick area for 45 minutes hike to vans
4:00 PM Board your van to Teakettle & depart back to hotel
5:00 PM Arrive
What to Bring Along
Must: 1 extra set of dry clothing, 1 pair of socks, bag pack for carrying lunch, towel.
Footwear You must wear hiking boots or tennis shoes as rocks in the creeks tend to be Slippery
Dress Code Shorts & T-Shirt, dress light & comfortable – a change of clothes is necessary for the ride home
Repellent Bring your insect repellent along – we will be in the jungle
Effects please leave all personal & travel documents, valuables at the lodge
Belize Government rules that they shall be only 8 person per group

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by Christina C on ATM Cave Tour
ATM Cave Best Tour ever!!

We did this tour as a group of four. It was really nice! The cave was awe-inspiring!! I want to encourage anyone to do this tour! I am not in shape at all and I did it! There was a group ahead of us compromised of people who where 50+ and they did it fine!! By the end of the tour I was exhausted but they fed us lunch which was a really good chicken sandwich. It was so worth it! I had an amazing time with PACZ!!!!

by SunshineNB on ATM Cave Tour
ATM tour is excellent

This tour is excellent but not for the faint of heart. You need to be physically in shape and not afraid of heights or small spaces. And should be a decent swimmer. We loved it ! Our tour guide was excellent and really explained the history of the place. Definitely recommend if you’re adventurous and interested in Mayan history. I will not be surprised if they limit the amount of people into this cave and they probably should before it’s ruined. Do it while you still can !

by DBYFIX on ATM Cave Tour
Great ATM cave tour

We had a fantastic visit to the cave with Manuel. It was incredible! I was slightly unsure at first about doing this tour with my husband. I am a bit uneasy in a cave and did not join him on a cave tour in Costa Rica because of that. I felt completely comfortable and safe and had a great time! The cave is amazing. Manuel was informative, funny, and kept our group safe and at ease. We needed to mostly swim across the first river and swam several times in the cave. You do have to squeeze through some narrow spots in the rocks a few times and climb in some areas. It is all fun and so cool to see the skeletons, pottery , and hear the history from Manuel. We were able to sign up for this tour the day before. Highly recommend this tour

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