Cahal Pech Kayak


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    Cahal Pech – Kayaking

    Maya ruins

    Come and experience a combo pack created just for you! Climb the ancient temples of Cahal Pech  ending  the day with an adventurous  Mopan River Kayaking.



    Our Tour Departs at 8am from San Ignacio Town, spending  approximately 1 ½  at Cahal Pech Archaeological Site. The name meaning “place of ticks” it is over-looking the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena.  Cahal Pech  consists of 34 structures compacted in a small area, slightly more than 2 acres. The tallest temple is Structure A1 which stands 77 ft high. The site also contains two ball courts, one carved stela and one altar.

    Sports KayakingAfter a tour of Cahal Pech, we then have lunch at a local Belizean Restaurant where we can enjoy Local Belizean Cuisine. We then head off to start our afternoon Kayaking tour. Before heading into the water, our Naturalist guide will provide you with a brief introduction regarding the tour, Basic water safety, uses of equipment and Kayaks. Enjoy seeing large Iguanas, different species of Birds, Butterflies, Exotic Hard wood Trees and many more along the way.  Come join us as we glide down the Macal River!

    Please Note: Our Guides are certified and trained with the Belize disaster and Rescue response team,  Cave and Surface Water Rescue, and Evacuation Wilderness First Aid. 


    Level of Difficulty: Easy

    PLEASE NOTE: All participants must have basic swimming skills and be 14 years and older.

    • Comfortable light weight clothing (short and t-shirt with proper footwear (hiking shoes))

    •  Mosquito repellent
    • sunscreen
    • sun-glasses
    • Hats
    • Cameras
    • Water proof Camera and water shoes for the Kayak Trip.
    • Extra Dry Clothes to Change after the tour

    • Lunch
    • Guide
    • Entrance Fees
    • Equipment
    • Transportation

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