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From Belize/San Ignacio: Xunantunich, Ziplining, Cave-Tubing
Explore the Ancient Maya Site of Xunantunich, zipline over lush landscapes of rivers and rainforest, and float thru the caves on comfortable tubes navigated by experienced guides on this tour with pickup from from Belize and San Ignacio.
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- See the ancient castle at Xunatunich
- Zipline over the flowing rivers and lush rainforest
- Explore caves as you enjoy cave-tubing
DescriptionPass through charming towns and villages and feel the excitement of crossing the river on a hand crank ferry before arriving at the parking lot. Use the modern restroom and get some bottled water. Start the walk and climb to the top of El Castillo. See the stucco astronomical inscription of the Mayan gods and look across the border of Belize to Guatemala. Take an hour drive from Xunantunich to the foothills of the Maya mountains. Stop to use the modern restroom facilities and have a nice lunch break. Be outfitted with gloves, harnesses and helmets and get familiarized with the zipline. Zipline across the rivers and forest on lines that are up to 1000 feet long. Switch gear and outfits and prepare to get wet. Get a tube, helmet, lights, and PFD from your guide. Hike to the cave system with 100ft high ceilings. Form a mini-train with your tubes and float down the river through the caves. View rock formations and a waterfall. Continue downstream for another 20 minutes in the rainforest after the cave.
IncludesAll entrance and activity fees are included Bottled water and lunch Use of helmets, tubes, lights, zipline, harnesses, and gloves Pickup/drop-off service
- There are 125 steps to climb This includes a 20 minute hike Bring sunscreen, hat, shades and camera Be prepared for warm and humid conditions The tour may be adjusted for safety reasons If the ferry can't not carry vehicles at the time of your visit, you can visit the Cahal Pech Maya site instead If the river is flooded cave-tubing will be cancelled The river conditions will be known by 6:30 am