Belize Guided Tours
Cave Tubing, Zip Line, and Mayan Ruins: $180.00 per/ person
Special Offer For Group of 4+: $150.00 per/ person
Please call us for last minute bookings: 011-501-600-2631
Belize Cave Tubing and Zip Line Special Offer to group of 6+: $80.00 per/ person with lunch
Belize Zip Line Canopy Tours Group of 6+: $55.00 per/ person
Our Tour Company is made up of Belize tour guides that came together to offer their services at the lowest rates possible. We offer family friendly activities to groups of all size and ages. The members of our team were all employed with the larger tour companies as freelance tour guides. Today we have a well established and trained team that is ready to give you an UN- BELIZE-ABLE TIME! Belize Tour Companies - offering personalize tour services.
Altun Ha Mayan Ruins and Zipline Canopy Tours
4 persons: USD$125.00 per/ person
5 persons+: USD$100.00 per/ person
Youngest Allowed: 3 years old
Heaviest Allowed: 350 lbs
Tour Duration: 5 hours
Save by booking your Belize tours and Belize shore excursions with us. We offer private tours and shore excursions throughout the country of Belize. Our tours are sold at group discount rates and are offered to groups of call size and ages. If you interested in Jungle adventures, Belize caving adventure you are at the right place. We will help you arrange your activities and it will not cost you much. Book your Belize tours with us to save.
Belize adventure tour company offering personalize tour services. We offer our services to visitors staying in Ambergris Caye, San Pedro, Caye Caulker, Belize City, San Ignacio, and Belmopan. We also offer our services to cruise ship passengers who would like to have a great experience without having to spend much.
Visitors staying in Belize City are asked to mention in their reservations the name of their Belize City hotels. We do free pick up in the Belize City area. All tours leave Belize City at 8:00am sharp. Expect to be picked up at your Belize City hotels at 8:00am by one of our tour guide
Visitors staying in San Pedro - Ambergris Caye are need to board the 7:00am water taxi that leaves San Pedro Ambergris Caye to Belize City. When you arrive in Belize City one of our tour guides will meet you on the dock with a sign that reads your name. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR TRANSPORTATION FROM AMBERGRIS CAYE SAN PEDRO. WE PROVIDE TRANPORTATION FROM OUR MEETING POINT TO AND FROM THE TOUR SITES.
Visitors cruising to Belize City Cruise Port are ask to try to get off their ships as soon as they can. If you can board the first tender, that would be great. When you get off your tender please go Terminal #1 and exit from the glass door. As you exit Terminal #1, you will see us holding a sign that reads your name. We offer our Belize shore excursions and cruise tours to cruisers on Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and, Celebrity Cruise Line. So, if you want to sav on shore excursions in Belize City Cruise Port, book with us. Offering Belize Cruise excursions and shore trips in Belize cave tubing (Action Boys Belize Cave Tubing and Action Boys Belize Kids Cave Tubing), Zip Line canopy tour, our famous combo: Zip Line and Cave Tubing, Mayan Ruins (Altun Ha, Lamanai, Xunantunich), beaches jungle tours, river tours, caving, Belize Zoo, Old Belize and more!! Our vision is to make your visit to our port of call, Belize City Belize, the most enjoyable and memorable destination of your Cruise.
Today Carnival Cruise Lines are telling cruisers that it is unsafe to book shore excursions with local tour operators, it’s unsafe to walk outside the port, and it’s unsafe to use a local cab. We just need you to know that Belize City Cruise Port is safe for all. Tour operators in Belize City offer all the tours that are sold on all the cruise lines at cheaper rates. Whilst cruisers are herded on large buses, we use small vans for the safety and comfort of our passengers. This is just to inform you that Belize City Port is safe and we ask that continue to support local tour companies in all port of call.
Altun Ha Mayan Ruins is the name given ruins of an ancient Maya city in Belize, located in the Belize District about 30 miles (50 km) north of Belize City and about 6 miles (10 km) west of the shore of the Caribbean Sea. "Altun Ha" is a modern name in the Maya language, coined by translating the name of the nearby village of Rockstone Pond. The ancient name is at present unknown.Temple of the Masonry AltarsThe largest of Altun Ha's temple-pyramids, the "Temple of the Masonry Altars", is 54 feet (16 m) high. A drawing of this structure is the logo of Belize's leading brand of beer, "Belikin". The site covers an area of about 5 miles (8 km) square. The central square mile of the site has remains of some 500 structures. The ruins of the ancient structures had their stones reused for residential construction of the agricultural village of Rockstone Pond in modern times, but the ancient site did not come to the attention of archeologists until 1963, when the existence of a sizable ancient site was recognized from the air by pilot and amateur Mayanist Hal Ball.
Our Belize Cave Tubing tour is the most popular shore excursion in Belize. We offer you an unforgettable tour
where you almost become one with nature while at the same time experiencing the mistry of the ancient Maya Underworld where the Mayas once performed many sacred rituals such as bloodletting and sacrifice to the gods.
Experience exhilaration! This is just one of the feelings you may have as you imitate the Black Howler monkeys of Belize, zipping through the treetops about 70- 150 feet above the forest floor in interior Belize! Tarzan did it… now so can you. Flying through the trees at up to 40 miles per hour is an exhilarating experience you'll never forget. The fun begins once you arrive at our location in Belize. Canopy tours start off slow and low, allowing you to get a feel for the lines. Each stretch of the tour gets longer, higher, faster and more exciting. With professional guides close by at all times, you'll discover an adrenaline rush unlike any other.
This tour is This is the closest you will ever get a monkey ever in your life. This tour includes a hike in Belize's rain forest. We hike in search of howler monkeys in their natural habitat. If you are not sure of activities you would like to do with your kids and families, this might be the best excursion for you.
Looming over the west bank of the New River Lagoon, Lamana Mayan Ruins, or "submerged crocodile," is off the beaten track-perhaps the reason why it thrived for over 3000 years. The city of Lamanai Mayan Ruins began its regional supremacy around 1500 B.C. Extending from the formative years of the Mayan world to the preaching friars of Spanish colonists, Lamanai Mayan Ruins flourished and supported a vast community of farmers, merchants, and traders.
To do any of the Jungle Tumble trips, when the guests arrive, they must remove all jewelry, watches and another sharp objects that we will keep in a locked strong box for them and its safe. All shoes MUST be removed at the time the guest climbs into the Ball. We will deliver them to the guest when he exits the ball after his or her trip where they can put them on and not get their feet dirty. To ride the dry ball, guests are strapped into a seat and rolled down the hill. One or two people can ride at the same time. To ride the wet ball, no long pants or shoes are allowed. It is necessary to ride the ball in a bathing suit or shorts and short sleeved shirt since we throw a 5 gallon bucket of water inside the ball along with the riders. Long pants and lots of clothing will prevent the rider from sliding around inside the ball as intended.
Instead of rolling over and over as with the dry ball, people in the water balls slide around in the water as they roll down the hill. Both trips are completely different experiences.
On arrival at Peccary Park your experienced guides will brief you on safety procedures for ATV handling and issue protective gear and helmets. It is now time to explore the jungles of Belize on trails laid out over 100 years ago by loggers in search of precious Mahogany trees. The trails are a good mix of various challenging terrains leading to the stop of the day – the Maya Caves.
This tour is a combination of the RAIN FOREST A.T.V. and ZIP LINE CANOPY TOUR. This is a very hype tour. You don't need a lot of energy for this adventure tour. All you need to do is book in advance, We don't offer this tour every day of the week. There are specific days when we do this adventure tour.
About 40 km from the Tikal complex in Guatemala, Xunantunich Mayan Ruins was a major ceremonial center. From its perch on a natural limestone ridge, visitors have a fantastic view of the surrounding area. And though the center is only one square kilometre, it is home to 25 Mayan temples and palaces including the second tallest Mayan structure in Belize, the pyramid El Castillo. The site was the first one in Belize that was open to the public, in 1954, and now it has a highly praised on-site museum. The core of Xunantunich occupies about one square mile (2.6 km²), consisting of a series of six plazas surrounded by more than 26 temples and palaces. One of its structures, the pyramid known as "El Castillo", the second tallest structure in Belize (after the temple at Caracol), at some 130 feet (40 m) tall. Archeological excavations have revealed a number of fine stucco facades on some of the ancient temples of this site. Evidence of construction suggests the temple was built in three stages in the 7th, 8th, and 9th centuries. The fine stucco or "frieze" are located on the final stage.
The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center is a zoo in Belize, located some 29 miles (47 km) west of Belize City on the Western Highway. Set in 29 acres (12 ha), the zoo was founded in 1983 by Sharon Matola. It is home to more than 125 animals of about 48 species, all native to Belize. The natural environment of Belize is left entirely intact within the zoo. The dense, natural vegetation is separated only by gravel trails through the forest. The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center receives almost 15,000 school children every year.
The Belize Zoo focuses on educating visitors about the wildlife of Belize through encountering the animals in their natural habitat. The aim is to instill appreciation and pride, and a desire to protect and conserve Belize's natural resources. The Zoo was the recipient of Belize Tourism Board's 9th National Tourism Award, "Educational Award of the Year" in 2009.
Through work alongside archaeologists, Action Boys Belize is one of only four companies within Belize awarded permission to lead groups into newly uncovered caves such as Actun Tunichil Muknal. Recent press coverage can be found in National Geographic Adventurer and the New York Times. Actun Tunichil Muknal is a cave in Belize, near San Ignacio Cayo, notable as a Maya archaeological site that includes skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware. The most famous of the human remains is known as "The Crystal Maiden", the
skeleton of a teenage girl, probably a sacrifice victim, whose bones which have been completely calcified by the natural processes of the cave, leaving them with a sparkling crystallized appearance. There are several areas of skeletal remains in the main chamber.
The ceramics at the site are significant partially because they are marked with "kill holes", which indicates they were used for ceremonial purposes. Many of the Mayan artifacts and remains are completely calcified to the cave floor. The Mayans also modified cave formations here. Some to create altars for the offerings, others created silhouettes of faces and animals, some projecting a shadow image in the cave. The cave is extensively decorated with cave formations in the upper passages.
Animal life in the cave includes a large population of bats, large fresh water crabs, crayfish, catfish and other tropical fish, Large invertebrates like Amblypygi and various predatory spiders also inhabit the cave. Agouti and Otters may also use the cave. This and many other species are quite common in river caves of this size in Belize.
The list of the bird species currently recorded in Belize consists of the mainland of Belize and around 450 smaller cays and islands lying in the Caribbean Sea. The avifauna of Belize includes a total of 618 species, of which 4 are globally threatened and 3 have been introduced by humans. We are an experienced tour company, offering small and personalized bird watching tours. Our tour guides are knowledgeable experts on local birds. We cater to both the casual and the serious birder. Our Belize tour and vacation packages range all over the country of Belize to provide a vast range of sites and habitats, ensuring you a great Belize birding experience, exciting bird sightings, and unique way to see Belize. Let us show you the very best of birding in Belize.