Cave Tubing & Zip-lining

Cave Tubing & Zip-lining

This tour combines relaxation with archeology and adventure, on a tubing adventure to one of the most intriguing Maya sites Belize. It begins by climbing into a rubber tube and taking a peaceful float down the river, and ends with an exhilarating zip-line ride through the jungle.

Featured in:Cave Exploration, Zip Lines
Duration:
6 hrs
Available Days:
Every day
Schedule:
7:30 AM
Hotel Transport Included
Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English, Spanish

As you pass through the cave, you’ll see rimmed pools and Maya artifacts. During the tour, your guide will explain the natural processes that caused these formations. You’ll also get to see the Crystal Room, a particularly pretty part of the cave where your headlamp will illuminate the sparkling interior.

After you emerge from the cave, your guide will show the way to your zip-line. This part of the tour offers a safe way to get a bird’s-eye view of the San Ignacio jungle. It covers 5 zip lines that are 80 feet (24 m) above the rainforest. At the end of the zip lines, you’ll rappel down to solid ground.

Transportation

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