Day Tours From Belize City
Stay a day or two and explore the wonders of Belize. Here is a sampling that includes something for everyone:
Altun Ha "Water of the Rock"Learn More
The Blue Hole, St. Hermans National Park
Belize City & old Tour
Cave Tubing Adventure Tour
Aerial Trek (Zip-Line) Adventure
Crooked Tree Birds Sancuary Tour
Howler Monkey Sanctuary
Belize Zoo Tour
Lamanai Mayan Temples & the New River Safari
Lamanai is cradled on the shores of the New River Lagoon and is thought to be the largest Mayan ceremonial site in the region. Stretching over a huge expanse on the Belize New River, Lamanai boasts over 800 structures deep in the lush jungle. A one hour drive from Belize City brings you to the Tower Hill Bridge where you will board a riverboat for a spectacular ride. Your guide will point out species of birds and wildlife that inhabit the area, including spider monkeys and crocodiles.
Belize Zoo Tour
The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center gives you a unique opportunity to view Belize's prolific wildlife in one location.
It is home to over 150 animals representing over 45 species including an impressive array of large cats, primates, reptiles and birds who reside in a natural setting.
Belize Zoo Tours are scheduled for Friday afternoon.
Embark on a one hour drive to Caves Branch Outpost where your adventure will begin. The Caves Branch River is a winding waterway through the caves once inhabited by the ancient Maya. The Cave Tubing adventure starts with a jungle trail hike to the entrance tunnel that heads in to the underground cave system. Your guide hands out headlamps and you will float in inflated inner tubes assisted by gentle currents taking you through the cave system. Intricate crystalline formations line the caves with stalagmites and stalactites. Cave Tubing is scheduled for Friday afternoon.
What could be more fun than ziplining through the Belize rainforest? The 6 zipline course ranges in length from 200' to 600' between treetop platforms secured in the canopy of tropical hardwood trees. Intriguing karst limestone cliffs provide a scenic backdrop as you zip through the rainforest canopy.
This zipline course is truly unforgettable and second to none in Central America. Ziplining is scheduled for Friday afternoon.
Lamanai Landing Hotel Package
Add on a day with Tour activities at RAZ (Rainforest Adventure Zone) hiking, kayaking, & ziplining. Includes lunch, breakfast and overnight at hotel.Learn More
4 Day/3 Night Mayan Ruins & Jungle TourThree Adventures in One - Includes tours of Belize jungle & ruins, Cave Tubing & Zip Line and Guatamalan Jungle and Ruins.Learn More
Belize Boutique Resort & Spa
The internationally known private 4-star luxury Resort and Spa provides all the pampering amenities of an upscale hotel including Gourmet dining 2 pools and adventure tours to all the top destinations in Belize.
Belize Hotels & Resorts
Radisson Ft. George, Belize City, Belize
Host Hotel to Belize Aggressor III & IV
Situated in the heart of Belize City, this hotel's location is right across the street from where the boats dock. During your stay, you can make use of the hotel's outstanding amenities, including complimentary high-speed Internet access, two beautiful swimming pools, a full-service marina and dive shop and on-site dining. During your stay, visit the Belize Zoo, Jungle tours or Mayan Ruins.
Chaa Creek, Belize
This beautiful award winning lodge has 23 palm thatched cottage rooms with a full-service spa. Chaa Creeks private 365-acre nature reserve set along the banks of the Macal River in the foothills of the Maya Mountains is home to a number of exotic jungle dwellers including peccaries, jaguar, monkeys and many others as well as over 300 species of tropical and migratory birds. Guests are literally surrounded by one of the most pristine ecosystems in the world.
Ramon's Village Resort
Ramon's Village is a beachfront sanctuary nestled in a tropical garden of Royal Palms, bougainvillea, lilies, hibiscus and dozens of other types of tropical flora. Surrounded by the plant life are Mayan sculptures that provide a glimpse of the civilization that preceded us to this Caribbean paradise.
The cabanas (cabins) were built from native materials by craftsmen utilizing the same skill and techniques the islanders used in the days of the great sailing ships.