Belize ATM Cave Tour to the Mayan underworld ranked #1 of all the things to do from San Ignacio Town. It is located in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve of the Cay District in Western Belize. It is just one of the many archaeological sites found throughout the country.
National Geographic once documented and listed the ATM Cave as a sacred cave. The highlight of this cave is the calcified skeletal remains of a young girl, widely known as the Crystal Maiden. This cave was the entrance to the underworld and was used for Maya Ceremonial and Sacrificial purposes.
The cave system on its own is still a spectacular one to see. You can see amazing rock formations, Stalactites and Stalagmite.
Pacz Tours licensed guides for the ATM Cave Tour, are well trained and experienced in speleological exploration, jungle survival and bushcraft and are well versed about Belize’s flora and fauna. Our tour guides are licensed by the Belize Tourism Board. Our team has worked closely with Archaeologists, who have investigated Belizean caves since 1995. Headlamps and life jackets will be provided by our tour operator.
All our experience and training is what makes our Belize Actun Tunichil Muknal tour one of the best things to do in Belize.
Please note that when visiting the ATM Cave, there are no cameras allowed. For this epic Belize Adventure, you can request for us to send you photos.
From Placencia or Hopkins – You can range to meet at Teakettle Village at the ATM Sign. We can also arrange transportation to and from the ATM Cave from these locations.
From Belize City – If you are staying in San Pedro or Caye Caulker. You will need to take the Earliest water taxi to Belize City. We can have transportation waiting to take you to meet our Guide at the ATM Cave Sign in Teakettle Village at 9:45 AM.