Belize is known to have the largest cave system in Central America. One such cave was made famous for the calcified remains of a skeleton believed to be a Mayan girl. This site is known as Actun Tunichil Muknal. These caves aren’t famous for their ecosystem, but for the many artifacts left by the Mayas, which can be seen during a tour. A publication by National Geographic is probably what is responsible for putting this creepy tour as the #1 thing to do in Belize.
Belize has plenty of other amazing caves. Barton Creek and the Crystal Cave are also unique caves, with an amazing history on how they were used by the Maya Civilization. What’s great about these caves, if the fact that many of them aren’t claustrophobic or at least the one open to the public. Go Caving in the Cayo District, trek the rain-forest to the entrance of the Mayan underworld. Being a tour operator for more than 20 years, means we know a thing or two about the Natural Wonders of Belize.
Learn more about each Cave by clicking the “know more” button. Reservation can be made by filling out the form found on each tour page. Bug spray, headlamps, life vest, water shoes are a couple of the equipment your tour guide will have available depending on the cave.
Belize ATM Cave Tour take you to the depths of the Mayan Under World. This main highly for visiting the ATM Cave is the Skeletal Remains found inside. This Cave system itself is very impressive. The massive main chamber and the natural feature are best seen to believe.
Take a tour with the company that was the first to enter this amazing cave.
Price: $125USD per person
Cave Tubing in Belize is the most popular adventure tour in the country. Enjoy a relaxing and exciting, trip along a gentle flowing jungle river as you tube in and out of various cave passageways in the Caves Branch river system.
Price: $125 per person
Cave Tube + Zip Line: $150 per person
Barton Creek Cave is a natural cave located near San Ignacio that was once used by the ancient Maya for ceremonial activities. This is an amazing experience which the whole family can enjoy. The cave is the darkest place you will ever be.
Price: $95 per person
Che Chem Ha (Cave of Poisonwood Water). A relatively small cave, but absolutely packed with stunning Mayan pottery. There are some geological features like stalactites, but the real draw is the archeology.
Price: $ per person