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Belize Cave Tubing Tour

Embark on an exhilarating cave tubing adventure with PACZ Tours in Belize. The journey kicks off at 9:00 AM, stretching over 6 to 8 hours of thrilling exploration. Adventurers are picked up at their place of stay, San Ignacio, where the tour begins.

This intermediate-level excursion is not for the faint-hearted, as it includes hefty physical activities such as hiking, climbing, and traversing slippery terrains. It’s essential to be prepared for the physical demands, and participants must meet a minimum height requirement of 40 inches to ensure safety.

Before setting off, make sure to pack appropriately. You’ll need sturdy hiking shoes or trainers that can handle getting wet, an additional pair of sandals or flip-flops, and a camera to capture the memories. It’s also advised to bring swimwear tucked under shorts, an extra set of dry clothes, a small backpack, and reusable water bottles. To stay hydrated and energized, carry at least a liter of water and some snacks. Don’t forget bug spray and a towel for your comfort.

The tour operates with just a minimum of two participant, making it a perfect couples or group adventure with a personal touch. Dive into the heart of Belizean wilderness with PACZ Tours and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Cave tubing in Belize offers a blend of physical relaxation and visual excitement, best experienced while drifting along the gentle flow of the Cave Branch River. Your adventure is guided by expert and knowledgeable cave guides, ensuring a safe and enriching experience. There are two primary tubing destinations along the River of Caves, each offering its own unique charm.

Begin your tubing journey at either the Nohoch Che’en National Park or opt for the daring exploration of the 7-mile-long cave tubing starting in the Cave Branch Valley near St. Herman’s National Park, overlooked by the Maya Mountains.

The Cave Branch River system, also known as the River of Caves, is a geological marvel that offers the best Cave Tubing in Belize and. Originating from the Maya Mountains and merging with the Sibun River, it meanders through limestone hills, forming expansive caves adorned with breathtaking crystal formations, stalagmites, and stalactites. As you exit each cave and continue downstream, immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the surrounding jungle. Witness the beauty of the broad-leaf forest and the diverse array of critters that call it home.

As you float through these caves, you become part of their ongoing history, much like the ancient Mayans who once utilized them for ceremonial purposes. Witness remnants of their civilization, including pottery and artifacts dating back thousands of years.

The first tubing destination: Nohoch Che’en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve, is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from San Ignacio Town, located on the Western Highway between Belize City and Belmopan.

The second destination: “River of Caves,” starts near St. Herman National Park, also about a 1.5-hour drive from San Ignacio. You have to opportunity to tube for 7 Miles.

Pacz Tours Belize Cave Tubing Tours is ideal for rejuvenating the spirit, whether you’re seeking a family adventure or a tranquil retreat to marvel at the jungle caves’ beauty as you peacefully float along the water’s surface. Reserve your spot on this refreshing adventure today!

When planning your cave tubing adventure in Belize, you have the chance to enhance your experience with some exciting optional add-ons. These additions are designed to complement your journey and provide a more comprehensive exploration of Belize’s stunning natural and wildlife attractions.

1. Jungle Canopy Zipline Adventure

Take your adventure to new heights by adding a Jungle Zipline tour to your cave tubing experience. This add-on allows you to soar through the pristine rainforest canopy, adding an element of thrill to your day.

Pricing: The cost to combine the cave tubing with the Jungle Zipline tour is $150 per person.

2. Visit to Xunantunich

Another great option to consider is a visit Xunantunich with cave tubing. Start your adventure with a visit to the ancient Mayan city of Xunantunich, where you’ll marvel at the towering El Castillo pyramid and learn about the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization. After exploring the impressive ruins, you’ll head to the lush rainforest for an exhilarating cave tubing experience. Float through mysterious underground rivers, adorned with stunning rock formations and crystal-clear waters, as our expert guides share fascinating insights into Belize’s natural wonders. 

Pricing: Adding a tour of the Xunantunich to your cave tubing adventure also costs $150 per person.

Both of these add-ons offer distinct experiences that can make your trip to Belize truly memorable. This tour offers the perfect blend of history, adventure, and natural beauty., these options cater to different interests and provide great value for the additional cost.

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Belize Cave Tubing Review

"The Best experience ever!!!
We ( my wife my brother his wife and I ) booked Pacz tours early in may to go to ATM and Xunantunich ruins and cave tubing. I HIGHLY recommend this great company "
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