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Cave Tubing & Zip Lining Photo

Take this adventurous tour to combine zip lining and cave tubing, so you can get the most out of Belize’s lush inland rainforest. Neither of these activities require any experience, but they do offer a lot of excitement. That being said, this tour is best suited for travelers who are prepared for moderate physical demands.

The zip-lines suspend you 80 feet (24 m) above the ground, over 8 different platforms. These lines allow you to see more of the tropical birdlife that make this part of the jungle so special. On each platform, you’ll find a guide waiting for you to keep your flight through the treetops nice and smooth. After the zip-lines, your group will break for lunch.

Your inner tube comes with little paddles so you can speed up your progress down the clear waters of the slow-moving river. Tropical birds and monkeys make the ride down the river especially scenic. Eventually, you’ll reach dark interior of the wet cave – shine your flashlight on the walls to see the mineral deposits sparkle.

What to Bring

Swimwear and a change of clothes

What's included

Transportation, guide, and lunch.

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