You will first visit Xunantunich Mayan ruin, also known as the "Maiden of the Rock". It stands 130 feet high, the second tallest Mayan ruin in Belize, and gives a panoramic view of the Cayo District, Guatemala and the Mopan River. The site has been largely excavated and has a great on site museum. After lunch in San Ignacio, the Mayan ruin tour proceeds to Cahal Pech
Dangriga and Hopkins are perfect hubs for travelers looking for adventure. Topping everyone’s list is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, a 128,000-acre bowl of pristine rainforest, winding rivers, and scenic waterfalls southwest of Dangriga. Easy access to the barrier reef, only a half hour from shore, makes Dangriga popular with snorkelers, divers and anglers. Both communities also make for perfect jump-off spots to the cayes, atolls and reefs, where neon tropical fish populate a metropolis of corals.
For those interested in staying dry, the canopy top zip line adventure is available as a trip in itself. Zip lining is as close as you can get to flying over the jungle. As you soar from tree to tree, experience a bird's-eye view of the Belize jungle, and scenery mthat cannot be seen from the ground.You will be securely fastened to a harness that is attached to a cable.
This cave is one of the most popular Mayan burial sites in Western Belize. The cave contains four skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware left by the Maya. The most famous skeleton inside the cave is that of a young girl, the bones of which have been completely covered by the natural processes of the cave, leaving them with a sparkling appearance.
If you are an adventurer at heart, this tour is for you! Experience the beauty of the cave system from the comfort of your inner tube. Hike through chambers where ancient Maya took part in religious ceremonies lead by the Shaman and priests. Your headlamp provides your only light as you enter huge cave systems sculpted by flowing water.