Long before the 17th-century powers to fight over Belizean sovereignty, a complex Mayan civilization
flourished here. Today, many of the architectural treasures from that amazing lost culture remain for you to
explore in virtually untouched verdant jungles. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available
Board a 65-foot high-speed catamaran and sail 16 miles east through the barrier reef and enter an undersea world, home to a variety of brilliant coral formations teaming with schools of tropical fish.
Jungle Bike Adventure
Imagine the thrill of biking along a jungle bike trail, winding through savannah thicket, occasionally pausing to scan the majestic Royal Palms for black howler monkeys feeding on flowers and fruits. After your ride, relax in a hammock in the shade of a buttonwood tree.
Here’s your chance. Float into a chamber where high ceilings and stalactite-lined walls create a natural cathedral. Disembark your tube and enter a crystal chamber to explore an incredible ancient world where you’ll discover hidden pottery used by the Maya in ancient ceremonies.
Board a motor launch for a guided tour of the Old Belize River, home to crocodiles, howler monkeys, iguanas and other wild creatures. From here, travel by road to the Belize Zoo, where you’ll see the region’s native species in their natural environment.